Steve would like to "Kindle" read...but I am partial to holding a book; a used book would be my first choice. I love the feel of a book. There is something personal about holding a heavy novel in one's hand, and as each page turns, being encircled by the fine scent of slight, pleasant mildew that only a second-hand, loved book can emit.
The works of Twain, Shakespeare, Dickens, Bronte, and Hawthorne, among others, are where I would also like to travel.
A wonderful site where you can read classic literature, without heading to the coffee-shop-book-store, gently-used-book-store, or library, is Literature Online.
For example, you can read Gustave Flaubert's Madame Bovary in it's entirety. Set in the early 1800's in Normandy, France, the story has a very modern theme...it's the Harlequin Romance of its day.
Or, one can enjoy Charles Dickens' first novel, The Pickwick Papers. I have not read this piece of work, but, as I understand its plot, it is a comedy about a group of men who form a traveling club where they discuss findings and scientific inquiries from excursions, interesting adventures, and the relationships they encounter along the way. Another early victorian-era piece of literature testing the new boundaries of that day's society.
I am hoping to one day add my own book to the list.