This torrent is an update to the previous 7 part torrents containing some extra books that where missing, including some more Start Trek novels and various other books.
This set of torrents is originally from Demonoid before Canada killed it (might be resurrected by Piratebay soon) and someone has been kind enough to reseed em, originally it was called 8818 which was the number of books it contained however there where subsequent addons (almost 50 of them) that added another 3000 or so books and some other source bringing it up to 13130 books in total.
They contain heaps of works of Fiction, most of them are in PDF format although they are mostly fairly basic text so converting them to other formats shouldn't be too hard (although all the tools I know about are Linux, so windows users might be stuck somewhat).
There are 1 or 2 corrupt files here and there, also the Star Trek and Babylon 5 sections are somewhat incomplete (however there are ebook torrents around for those individual series if you are after them and the included trek is enough to keep you going along time) the Dr Who seems to be fairly close to complete and I doubt theres a much better source around. Some other series are missing some books and more recent releases are absent.
Overall its a very good collection and a great way to start your own personal ebook library, has just about all the fiction most people would want, over 6GB of books. Particularly orientated to someone of the geek persuasion.
Some personal picks included in the complete set (in random order with notes, notes are from my demonoid collection that might differ from this torrent if a lot of stuff was added):
* Philip K. Dick - Famous scifi author (Blade Runner was based on Do androids dream of Electric sheep)
* K. W. Jeter - Blade runner books 2,3,4 (book4 is missing and very rare, 2 and 3 are mislabeled should be Blade Runner 2 - The Edge of Human, Blade Runner 3 - Replicant Night), BR1 is the Philip K Dick book about (although it differs from the movie somewhat)
* William Gibson - Necromancer trilogy, The Difference Engine (famous cyberpunk)
* Bruce Sterling - famous cyberpunk (coauthored the difference engine above)
* Vernor Vinge - various more modern cyberpunk and technological singularity books, not too distant future of the internet (Rainbows End was actually released online legally
, True Names is now dated but was way ahead of its time when written. Also Zones of Though good scifi.
* Greg Bear - Lots of Sci-Fi
* Charles Stross - Particularly Accelerando about a technological singularity occurring (also actually available legally under creative commons)
* Anne McCaffrey - Fantasy and Sci-Fi (sometimes both at once), Pern
* William Shatner - The dude was Kirk (Tek War series)
* J.R.R Tolkien - Lord of the Rings Trilogy of course (also Hobbit, Silmarillion and other background books)
* Douglas Adams - Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy the 5 part trilogy, Starship Titanic
* Terry Pratchett - Discworld series, Good Omens (alzheimer's makes me a sad panda)
* David Brin - The Uplift series (sci-fi, space opera, talking dolphins)
* Raymond E Feist - Riftwar Series (I didn't like it but many do, similar to lord of the rings, very fast plot development)
* Cecelia Dart - Thornton - Not a well known author but I loved the Bitterbynde trilogy (Fantasy with a Irish folk touch)
* Robin Hobb - Assasin trilogy, Liveship trilogy and Tawny Man (a trilogy of trilogies). Soldier's Son is supposed to be good (haven't read it, book3 is missing from torrent since it was released 2007) good fantasy
* Orson Scott Card - Ender's Game series, scifi space opera
* J. K. Rowling - Harry Potter (book 7 not in torrent since it was recent, many other torrents exist with it)
* Neal Stephenson - Snow Crash, Diamond Age (cyberpunk), also Cyptonomicon and the Baroque Cycle (somewhat historical cypher punk, not my thing but popular on the tubes)
* Author C. Clarke - A Space Odyssey (2001, 2010, 2061, 3001), Ranma
* Stephen Hawking - Not fiction but in here anyway, physics of blackholes, timetravel and such (A briefer history of time is absent although a brief history is in)
* Carl Sagan - Also nonfiction about space
* Isaac Asimov - Foundation series
* Hugh Dafydd - Doom, probably not the greatest work of fiction, but its fucking DOOM
* David Wingrove - Myst, haven't read it yet but the game was awesome (only seems to be the first book)
* L. E. Modesitt - Recluse series, good fantasy, Spellsong apparently good too
* Dragonlance, Forgotten Realms (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons stories from various authors do a search), also some Greyhawk by Gary Gigax Gord the Rouge which is not listed as greyhawk)
* Buffy the Vampire Slayer (dunno how complete or good the series is but there quite a bit in there)
* David Eddings - Belgariad, Malloreon etc... good fantasy
* Frank Herbert - Dune (Also a good continuation by Brian Herbert)
* George R.R. Martin - Ice and Fire (good fantasy)
* Glen Cook - Black Company (havn't read it but recommended on the tubes, fantasy about a band of mercenaries)
* H. P. Lovecraft - Books from the Cthulhu mython (cool oldstyle horror)
And many more great authors that I cannot remember off the top of my head.
* Jack McDevitt - scifi Space archaeology, dark clouds go around the galaxy attacking civilizations every 3000 years
As always please seed
* Larry Niven - Ring world series (Where the Halo video game got its idea from)
* L Ron Hubbard - Yes that religion about the souls of evil space aliens called theatans inhabiting our body was founded by a scifi writer. Battlefield Earth (the books about dianetics and such are missing, this is probably for the best)
* Patricia C. Wrede - Magician (fantasy), Enchanted Forest (comedy fantasy, books numbers mislabeled)
* Philip Pullman - Dark Material (The golden compass movie)
* Robert Anton Wilson - Illuminatis Trilogy (A awesome mindfuck, detective novel, conspirisy theories, scifi everything)
* Robert Jordan - The Wheel of Time (awsome fantasy, although very drawn out 10 large books so far, RIP)
* S. M. Stirling - Terminator2
* Sean McMullen - A strange call causes people to blank out and head in one direction and specific times, electronics get destroyed by satellites, human powered computers. (fantasy with scifi elements)
* Stephen King - Ive never read a Stephen King novel but there in there...
* Steven Brust - Vlad Taltos, recommended by the internet hive mind, the first 9 books are there (10th missing, 11th not yet released), fantasy
* Tomora Pierce - Immortals, The Song Of The Lioness good fantasy.
* Terry Goodkind - Sword of truth (first 10 books, 11th missing)
* Ursula K. LeGuin - Earthsea (fantasy, tvseries based on it sucked, but books where good)
* Tom Clancy - Net Force 01-07, no other series included
* Lemony Snicket - Lemony Snicket
* Karl Schroeder - Missing is Ventus, but its online under a creative commons, http://www.kschroeder.com/Ventus/
* Michael Crichton - Prey (nanotechnology grey goo), Jurassic Part, The Andromeda Strain
* Missing from torrent is Matthew Reilly a writer of good action novels, Temple, Area 7