Hotel Honolulu

Hotel Honolulu

Book - 2001
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A down-on-his-luck writer escapes to Waikiki and soon finds himself the manager of the Hotel Honolulu, a low-rent establishment a few blocks off the beach. Honeymooners, vacationers, wanderers, mythomaniacs, soldiers, and families all check in to the hotel. Like the Canterbury pilgrims, every guest has come in search of something and everyone has a story.
Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 2001
ISBN: 9780618095018
0618095012
9780618219155
0618219153
Characteristics: 424 p. ; 24 cm

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wendyjotaylor
Nov 09, 2017

This tale of weird characters and women who just cannot think for themselves is typical of a man who is not comfortable with women. Ugliness abounds in this coming of age novel about an emasculated man who obviously cannot write anymore (said novel illustrates this well) hitting a midlife crisis in his fanciful little masterbatory world of Hotel Honolulu. Proudly so. Give it a miss. Like all his other novels, he uses the reader to unload regret and general ugliness which no person would have to listen to in person, let alone read about. He's gross.

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allelx1
Feb 18, 2013

recommended by Linda T

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