Currently reading: Seveneves by Neal Stephenson. I’m about 4 whole pages in, though, so no comments yet.
I’ve also got my Worlds of Android lore book to work through. It’s the setting for Netrunner and a few other games, but it’s actually a very compelling and well-imagined sci-fi universe in its own right, in the vein of Blade Runner, Neuromancer and Snow Crash. It’s got a cyber-noir megacorps vs. hacker thing, but also a much more interesting commodification of labour thing, with one corporation making clones and their competitor making bioroids (androids with human consciousness, sort of). So that brings in all the usual “what is humanity?” stuff, and explores the fears and tensions that result from that.
There are a few novels in the setting, but they’re supposedly a bit gash. However, Leigh Alexander has recently written a novella called Monitor in the setting, that focuses more on the dystopian surveillance nightmare stuff. Hoping to pick that up somewhere.