Cultural spirits meet modern Hawaii in ‘Deep Blue Sea’
BETWEEN THE DEEP BLUE SEA AND ME by Lurline Wailana McGregor (Kamehameha Publishing, $15)
Like the lapping of waves on a shoreline, “Between the Deep Blue Sea and Me” enthralls slowly, gently, undeniably.
It’s an absorbing tale that one can read in a night and, like J.K. Rowling, suggests magic, ghosts and goblins, the latter in the form of prophetic earthquakes.
Lurline Wailana McGregor has crafted an absorbing, knowing tale.
The novel deals with a cogent isle issue: resolving the search for Native Hawaiian identity. Read Complete Article