What free ebooks should I check out?

I'm going to be hiking in Japan for a week soon. The last time I did this was about eight years ago and I hauled a few large paperbacks along with me which I devoured in the first few days. It was far too much dead weight and took up too much space in my backpack.

This time around, I'm going to be borrowing a Sony ebook reader from a friend. Since many ebooks cost more than real books and there are a ton of classics I haven't read yet, I'm going to load it up with reading from Project Gutenberg and feedbooks.com.

So far I have selections from Mark Twain, Jules Verne, Nietzsche, Cory Doctorow, H.G. Wells, and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Those are already be more than enough, but I want to have options!

What other free classics should I check out? I normally geek out on too much non-fiction, so I want some stuff with wonderful language, characters, and stories. Let me know if you have any ideas.

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There are many books by Eckchart Tolle that you can download. 
Kiteman8 years ago
Flatland, Chaucer, Mary Shelley, EE Smith, Marion Zimmer Bradley, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Ray Cummings, Blish, Bloch, Ben Bova, Gunn, Harry Harrison ....

It's non fiction, but; The Chemical History of a Candle, by Faraday.
We like teh same peoples!
Pratchett? Mieville? Stewart & Cohen?
 Terry Pratchett? Awesome writer, that man.
Can't say I've read them. Bill Bryson? Michael Crichton?
Bryson's OK. Crichton I find full of errors.
I know, but he's fun for when you want to suspend reality and forget the rules. :D
 Flatland!!!! YES!
inness8 years ago
Why don't you check out your local library? They often have ebooks available for free download, with lots of popular authors, as well as the classics.
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