Don't stop the carnival

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Doubleday, 1965 - American fiction - 395 pages
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A successful Broadway publicity agent chucks it all to buy an old hotel on a tiny Caribbean island.

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Review: Don't Stop the Carnival

User Review  - Pat - Goodreads

Norman Paperman buys a club on the Caribbean island of Amerigo or "Kinja". He is incredibly naive and everything that can go wrong does. But he learns and things begin to go right. Funny, very visual. Serious ending. A Let's Talk About It book. Read full review

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User Review  - Mark Taylor - Goodreads

I've read this book almost every summer since 2008, when I first read it while on a Caribbean cruise. Even though I can almost recite the story by heart, it still makes me laugh. There is no other book quite like this one. Read full review

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