One of the issues under debate was whether to take a big book (I never get to read big books anymore) or a few small books. I opted for the latter. I finally decided on two C.S. Lewis books, Miracles and A Grief Observed. They are the last two books in the Signature Series I've been reading, and despite the length of Miracles (294 pages) should both be fast reads. Plus, Lewis is a Brit, and that is definitely a selling point. I also decided to take Oliver Sacks' The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat, Ben Mezrich's Bringing Down the House, and Neil Gaiman's American Gods. I may or may not take H.G. Bissinger's Friday Night Lights, our next book club selection, which I am already halfway through.
Granted, I still have until tomorrow morning to change my mind, and we all know there's nothing better to do today than think about what books to read!