I bet you can't. Okay, I'll tell you. I'm in the Tel Aviv airport in the Lufthansa lounge, awaiting my flight home to the U.S. Not only do they have free Internet, they have free computers and so I couldn't resist dropping by. The important question however is, what did I read on this trip? Here is what I've read so far:
A Short History of Women by Kate Walbert
Property by Valerie Martin
The White Tiger by Aravind Adiga
The World to Come by Dara Horn (90% finished)
At the apartment where we stayed the owners maintain a shelf of books for borrowing and trading. That's where I found The White Tiger and The World to Come. I left Property on the shelf as my contribution to their effort. I finished The White Tiger and was so close to finishing The World to Come that I decided to just get it from the library at home rather than borrowing their copy. So the shelf is now +1.
For the trip home I have The Condition by Jennifer Haigh. I've still got hours and hours of flying time ahead of me, so who knows? It could turn out to be a 5-book vacation.