Just finished Island Story by JD Taylor. About a guy from London who cycled round the entire British Isles over 4 months and spoke to people in shops, pubs, tourist spots etc to get a kind of consensus of how people live across Britain. Started out hating it as it was almost written as a stream of consciousness diary "I see a tree, I pedal on. Ahead, the city opens it's arms to me. The heavens open. I get soaked" etc etc, but either I got used to it or the author adjusted his style as he wrote and by the end I was chuffed for him to make it home *spoiler*.
Next is 'My Year of Rest and Relaxation' by Ottessa Moshfegh (coolest name ever). It's about narcotic hibernation, should be interesting!