Critically acclaimed author Paul Theroux weaves a multilayered tale charged with humor, lust, and tragedy. Looking to get away, a man suffering from writer's block winds up at the run-down Hotel Honolulu, where he becomes the new manager. Intrigued by the human drama developing all around him, he hopes to rekindle his writing passion.
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by Paul Theroux
by Paul Robertson
by Philip Roth
by Robin Cook
by Peter Matthiessen
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by Avner Mandelman
"HOTEL HONOLULU perfectly matches George Guidall's many talents. Guidall's voice resonates as he describes the lush tapestry of Hawaii and intimately conveys the story's blocked narrator. The hotel's guest list includes a compelling assortment of multinational guests. This is a tale in which inhabitants of west and east truly meet in Paradise. While not every character's personal story ends triumphantly, wounds hurt less because time and space seem limitless, and the landscape is always hopeful. M.D.H. (c) AudioFile 2002, Portland, Maine"
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