Huxley's Dystopian world of children raised in a collective, programmed to be sexual with strangers, while shunning family, and drugged to avoid the realities of life, feels all too familiar. Having lived through four decades of societal change in this direction, Huxley's words are slightly haunting in his prophecy. Brave New World by Aldous Huxley by Penguin Books UK, via Flickr
National Art Library, 1st floor of the Victoria and Albert Museum This is close to home and is a great museum, art library, fashion from many different eras and so very much more. Worth a visit if you're in London.