OK, so it's time for another book poll; one of these will be the read for September for the Cambridge group. If you've been around for previous book polls, then remember that your opinion is the thin line that protects me from having to read total crap, so please vote (for the one that I want to read, if possible) and toss out a suggestion or two for what you'd like to see on future book polls. If you're new to the group, click the link below and take a gander at the selections and short descriptions (lovingly plagiarized from the internet), then vote for as many (or as few) of the books as you want, and also go ahead and toss out a suggestion or two.
We had quite a flurry of science-fiction-y suggestions at the last meeting, and there are several options in that vein, as well as some contemporary fiction, some historical fiction, and some classic fiction. For those of you hoping for non-fiction, I couldn't find a nice candidate, but feel free to go crazy on the suggestion page.