Which Book Do You Want to Read Next, Book Clubbers?

It's time once again to vote!

And we've got a fairly diverse selection of books here, folks.

Will you succumb to the peer pressure from Anna and select Tina Fey's well-received autobiography, Bossypants (the only title to hold over from the last poll)? Will you go with the adult fantasy that seems perfectly timed with fall (and has a sequel already published if you love it), Lev Grossman's The Magicians? What about the virtual reality novel by Ernest Cline that USA Today calls "Willy Wonka meets The Matrix," Ready Player One? Or funnyman Penn Jillette's super-loose take on the Ten Commandments, God, No!? Or, perhaps, you'd rather a gruff graphic novel written by Matteo Casali and illustrated by local artist Kristian Donaldson, 99 Days?

Just know that we honored a request that books either be available somehwere in paperback, on e-readers or in hardback for less than $14. Also, we briefly considered a suggestion for Mark Z. Danielewski's House of Leaves, but decided that it was probably best that we get to know you a little better before putting you through that. We're aware we haven't yet earned the right to force you to read in a mirror. (Have we?)

So without further ado, let's get to voting! Poll's after the jump.

The poll closes at 4 p.m. Friday, September 9, so don't delay. And make sure to tell your friends to vote!

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