Today I read Room 3327 by Teri Skultety. Again, I struggled at first (perhaps it just takes me a while to get into a story!), but I was rewarded for keeping with it.
The story is mostly comprised of a fictional letter written by Nikola Tesla before his death in a hotel room. I have recently seen a wonderful Dream, Think, Speak production in London which was set in a hotel and I think this enhanced my experience of reading Room 3327. The story is romantic and dreamy and manages to let you in to the workings of a troubled mind in very few words.