Okay fangirls and fanboys, in an uncharacteristic recommendation for a library, I am going to recommend that you purchase a book. Well, make that a whole Humble Bundle of eBooks! This week's Humble eBook Bundle is a fantastic collection of recent speculative and sci-fi from some of the best contemporary authors. But the highlight, at least for me, is Homeland by Cory Doctorow read by, Wil Wheaton (i.e. Wesley Crusher from Star Trek for those who don't know).
If you are not familiar with Humble Bundle, it works like this. You get to choose how much you want to pay (paying more can get you some bonus content). You also get to choose where your money goes, some to the authors, some to charity, some to Humble. Everything is DRM free, which means that there is no restriction on what computer or device you want to read your humble bundle. And, DRM free also means that you own the downloaded files completely, they are NOT licensed like content "purchased" from the big media outlets (for example: Amazon, Apple [excluding music], Barnes & Noble).
Cory Doctorow is an author of books for adults and young adults, a co-editor of the blog BoingBoing.net, as well as a technology evangelist. Don't forget, you can find Corey's books in the library, which include: