So they decided to replace it with Fifty Shades of Grey.
I have to admit, I'm intrigued. There's already been the typical statement that the move was inappropriate (by a Vicar, no less), but I'm interested in knowing what the average visitor will say or do.
Will this lead to more people coming to the hotel in order to see if the books are really there? If someone takes the book with them, will they be charged with it? If they don't, will the next visitor run the risk of touching a "used" (wink wink, nudge nudge) copy of the book?
And most importantly, if someone decides to torch their copy of the book in the loo's wastebasket and ends up setting the whole hotel aflame along with all of the hotel's copies of the book, would that be considered an public service or a terrible atrocity? Depending on how you felt about the book, your opinion of this might differ.
(And if you're more of a Mile High club fan, Virgin Atlantic Airlines will let you listen to the audiobook free of charge.)