MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW (2015)
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DARK SEA, Shadowwater II

 

The main romantic pair's relationship graph is handled brilliantly, their ups and downs, their longing and their break away, have all been captured nicely by the author. She actually has a winner of a romantic couple; the kind readers would want to see get together at the earliest. But then the author interferes in their lives and keeps them apart for the time being, playing on the reader's emotion and making them wait for the next book...This and the cliffhanger end ensure that the wait for the third book will be a pure guilty pleasure. 

Kevin Peter, MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW
(www.moterwriter.com)

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DARK SEA, Shadowwater II

May 10, 2015

Orleans resident Wendy Shreve is back with a work of fiction that probes deeply into relationships and discovering our place in the world. Cape Cod, which Shreve has often cited as her muse, is as much a character in this book as any of the humans. It is a story in which the sense of place is so strong it asserts itself, rather than just being the background on which the action is set.
Gwenn Friss, CAPE COD TIMES


PRESS & REVIEWS

​​​THE BARNSTABLE PATRIOT

(January 2015)


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Lee Roscoe, Reviewer

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​​SAN DIEGO BOOK REVIEW
​(May 2015) 

​5 STARS for 
SHADOWWATER

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​Kimberly Stobbe, Reviewer



OLDER REVIEWS:

CAPE COD TIMES

(May 2013)


Melanie Lauwers, Reviewer

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"Shadowwater," Wendy Shreve 

East Orleans resident Wendy Shreve has published her debut novel. A short story, "Lamentations," was published by Hamilton Stone in the Fall 2011 Quarterly Review. A Smith College graduate with an advanced degree from the University of Montana, Shreve has written theater pieces for Cape Playhouse in Dennis and Payomet Performing Arts Center in Truro. "Shadowwater" is the story of Lili Ribault, a successful writer of stories of the supernatural who settles on Cape Cod and finds there's no end to the mysteries this small peninsula can generate.

CAPE COD TIMES, June 1, 2013 & JULY 4, 2013

"Tip from the Times"
"OUR SPECIALTY IS BEACH READING"
"It doesn't matter what kind of beach chair or blanket you have, our beaches are made for reading. And there are plenty of new titles by Cape and Island authors that beg to be read in the open air with the sound of the surf for a backdrop. Try out Wendy Shreve's novel "Shadowwater";. . ."

Copyright 2013, CAPE COD TIMES

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