I seem to have come to an end of downloading free (legitimately so) books from Amazon and Project Gutenberg - although Gutenberg has a never-ending and ever-increasing supply - highly recommended (www.gutenberg.org
Having done that, I have had to resort to reading a few! I am concentrating mainly on the classics, which I read many years ago and am now re-discovering them - I obviously didn't pay much attention in the past.
Both Dickens and Hardy are still wonderful reads and also still relevant. My big disappointment is with D H Lawrence - very stilted, long-winded and, to my mind, mysoginistic - I won't be picking him up again. H G Wells is also worth a read, although somewhat dated.
I don't go for much modern fiction. I did recently enjoy "The Shadow of the Wind" by Carlos Ruis Zafon - mystery, detective and with a background of books.