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James Atlas. . .Irving has decided to charm and entertain his readers -- with a vengeance. The Hotel New Hampshire, the story of an eccentric family that sets up house in various unlikely hotels here and abroad, is a hectic gaudy saga with the verve of a Marx Brothers movie. . . .Irving has always been inventive, and [the novel] is crammed with the exotic characters and fantastic events that spill from the pages of his other novels.
— The New York Times