Set in contemporary New Orleans but working its way back in time, A Small Hotel chronicles the relationship between Michael and Kelly Hayes, who have decided to separate after 20 years of marriage. The book begins on the day that the Hays are to finalize their divorce. Kelly is due to be in court, but instead she drives to New Orleans and checks into the hotel where she and Michael fell in love some 20 years earlier and where she must now make a decision that will forever affect her, Michael, and their 19-year-old daughter.
Butler masterfully weaves scenes of the present with memories from both Michael and Kelly, showing two people deeply in love but struggling with their own inabilities to express this love.
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What did you like best about A Small Hotel? What did you like least?
I had to know how it ended. The author read it and the reading was a bit slow.
What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?
The characters were interesting but I got tired of experiencing their every breath and thought.
Would you listen to another book narrated by Robert Olen Butler?