I'm working on loading up my Kindle before I set off on a month-long trip to Thailand, and feeling very joyful that half of my backpack isn't going to be taken up with books like it always has been on previous trips - this is what Kindles were invented for as far as I'm concerned! Having bought a good number of the books on my wishlist, I decided I should really stop spending any more money, so I went to search through the free classics - but oh my goodness, there's a lot of them. I'm wondering if anyone has any recommendations for classic novels that would suit someone whose taste in classics is more towards books featuring drama, adventure, mystery, mad people and the seedy underbelly of Victorian society, as opposed to ones about irritating girls in floofy dresses whinging about not being able to find a husband. Think Brontes, Bram Stoker, Jules Verne and Oscar Wilde, rather than Jane Austen et al. Thank you!