"... Our guests who feel most comfortable here, and return year after year, are Gentiles.
But this book is not a rant, it is a clever and charmingly constructed book about how a child manages to get a holiday at this very hotel by latching on to a girl at school, and how that girl, when they are both grown up, will be the catalyst for unimagined changes in Natalie's life. There are shocks, there are tears and there is laughter. The discription of her stay, as an adult in a very Jewish hotel was a gem for many reasons, not least because of the descriptions of mealtimes. I laughed out loud several times!
I'm so glad I discovered this author. Must find some more of hers to read now.