What I've read so far:
A Maze of Death (Philip K. Dick): lacks in execution, has an ending we collectively loathe now because we've grown out it as a species. Does have interesting ideas with characters and world building (but that's what he's good at I've heard). You kind of wonder what else is there.
City Of Illusions (Ursula Le Guin): Some good prose in there, but mostly story telling, which is strong, as I was continuously triggered to find out what came next. Sketches a great world of fallen civilization. Protagonist is great, especially later on.
The Marathon Photograph and Other Stories (Cliffard D. Simak): Very nuanced sci fi. What a gentle way of approaching this genre. Shares great insights in his writing and while it's not going to wow you with events, it might definitely blow your socks off because of it holding back where others would blow it out of the water.
1984 (George Orwell): What a fucking genius. Little over half it kind of started to drag a bit, but the last quarter was an amazing display of helplessness and desperation. The concepts thought of are timeless and are now more relevant than ever.
Animal Farm (George Orwell): Cute fairy tale about the dangers of communism.
Thinking, fast and slow (Daniel Kahneman): opening my eyes very rapidly about what being human entails (or at least, the lessons I'm learning of how biased everyone actually is and how difficult it is to decouple yourself from that). I'm really enjoying his anecdotes.