By Jonathan Bennett
In this robust novel of affection and family members, a physician named Paris follows a nurse to a rustic near to civil struggle. whilst a disagreement does get away, they're swept up through insurgent forces and separated. The nurse, Helen, is pregnant; she escapes, yet Paris is left in the back of, imprisoned through rebels as conflict rages.
A narrative of brutal energy approximately parental bonds, forgiveness, and id, The Colonial Hotel recasts for the twenty first century the traditional tale of Paris, Helen, and Oenone. whereas the motion will be ripped from overseas headlines, Bennett creates a unconditionally new tackle an age-old story set within the bleakest point of our risky, but notable, world.