Source: eARC from NetGalleyI'm a fan of books told through interconnected stories from different points of view. In this book, the technique works brilliantly. From the story of Misskaela the sea witch to that of women whose husbands and fathers take selkie lovers, to the son of a selkie, each individual story is an important part of the larger whole.The setting was another highlight of this book. As in many of my favorite books, the setting of The Brides of Rollrock Island is vivid and evocative -- almost another character in the story. Mythology and folkore are also an integral part of this tale. I'm fairly familiar with Greek mythology, but I'm not all that well-versed in selkie lore. According to Wikipedia, selkie stories are found in Scotland, Iceland, Denmark, and Ireland.The Brides of Rollrock Island is a lyrical tale of revenge, betrayal, forgiveness and hope. Try it if you're a fan of unconventional narrative style, intergenerational stories, folklore, and beautiful writing!