Hendry is a skillful writer; the voices are subtly different from each other, serving to keep the narrative interesting and lively. —Harbour Spiel(2009-05-01)
Grace River is a company-town drama that will resonate all over the world. —Vancouver Sun(2009-05-01)
A powerful and courageous debut novel and four friends who are forced to start looking honestly at their lives, their pasts and their uncertain futures.(2009-05-01)
Hendry paints a vivid portrait of resentment and functional dysfuntion. —Vancouver Sun(2009-05-01)
Rebecca has a gift for dead-on portraits, for apt conveyances in prose of the small-town feeling. —Sunstream(2009-05-01)
[This] will be the hot new book in B.C. this year. —Coast Reporter(2009-05-01)
Rebecca Hendry was born in Ottawa and grew up in Brockville, Vancouver, Peterborough, Montreal and Yellowknife before settling on the Sunshine Coast at age 11. Her writing has appeared in the Dalhousie Review, Event, paperplates, Room of One’s Own and numerous other literary journals. Her short story “Jesse Beautiful” was nominated for the 2003 Journey Prize. Rebecca lives in Roberts Creek British Columbia.