Libraries are great places. I use my local library a lot – as a matter of fact, I just spent an hour there using their wonderful high-speed internet (as opposed to my relatively crappy satellite internet, which is better than 28K dial-up).
The King County Library System (one of the best in the world, IMNSHO) has ordered five copies of Surveyor. Interestingly enough, the little town of Culpeper, VA, also has a library (I vaguely recall visiting it when I was around 12 or 13 years old). Somehow, they managed to get a copy. Who’da thunk?
So, if you don’t want to pay to read Surveyor on your Kindle or for a paperback (preferably at A Good Book or Enumclaw’s own The Sequel), then swing by one of these two libraries.