Before I left on my cruise I finished reading Pirahna, the 10th book in The Oregon Files series by Clive Cussler. I took Harry Turtledove's alternative history novel The Great War: American Front on the cruise but didn't finish it until last night. I now have several days to completely read The Emperor's Revenge, the 11th Oregon Files book, before I head up to Canada.
I won't take any books with me. I've already put 2 audiobooks on my phone and can play them while I drive; the first is Maze Runner (excellent movie) and the other is the 2nd in a sci fi series. I should probably get one more, just in case.
I found what appears to be a very interesting Star Trek series on audiobook--and let's not forget my reason for traveling to Canada--but the second book in the series doesn't come out until the end of July, and the third until August! Doesn't do me a lot of good now.
It's nice to be able to do so much recreational "reading" over the summer.
Update, 7/1/16: Just finished The Emperor's Revenge, and I leave for Canada first thing in the morning on the 5th. I didn't download a new audiobook, but rather re-downloaded two that I listened to quite some time ago, one pertaining to military history and the other to Western civilization.