Alright if we're going to do this we better pick a book.
Warlock - Oakley Hall (471 pages)
The Maltese Falcon - Dashiell Hammett (213 pages)
The Good War - Studs Terkel (608 pages)
Killing Floor - Lee Child (525 pages)
Old Man's War - John Scalzi (332 pages)
The Plover - Brian Doyle (311 pages)
Watership Down - Richard Adams (478 pages)
"Elizabeth Moon's The Speed of Dark lists at 370, but that's a paperback and it reads pretty fast"
I'm going to throw in:
Peter Geye's Wintering (320 pages)
So let's go with those. If you plan to participate in some fashion (or not, why police that right?) vote in the comments* for your top three in ranked order.
I'll tabulate the results on Thursday. Hopefully, we won't have a tie, but if we do I'll just use random.org to choose from those.
*No polling powers for this guy
September Book Club Choice (pick up to three)
- The Maltese Falcon (213 pages) (24%, 7 Votes)
- Wintering (320 pages) (21%, 6 Votes)
- The Plover (311 pages) (17%, 5 Votes)
- The Speed of Dark (370) (14%, 4 Votes)
- Old Man's War (332 pages) (10%, 3 Votes)
- Warlock (471 pages) (7%, 2 Votes)
- The Good War (608 pages) (3%, 1 Votes)
- Killing Floor (525 pages) (3%, 1 Votes)
- Watership Down (478 pages) (0%, 0 Votes)
Total Voters: 12