Today I began reading Arnold Schwarzenegger's autobiography Total Recall, after finishing Vladimir Pozner's Parting with Illusions. Pozner's book was a major influence on my thinking in the short run, and I expect it to remain of such quality as the time goes; I will undoubtably read it again in a few years. Let's see how Schwarzenegger's would fare. Hopefully, I'll get my hands on the English originals of Stephen Fry's autobiography books and find something suitable about Noam Chomsky.
Tried to read Mark Waid's Irredeemable/Incorruptable again, as well. Didn't go well: Neil Gaiman's The Sandman does so much better in terms of storytelling and overall atmosphere that it pains me to settle for anything else, much like it happened with Breaking Bad.
P.S. I envy you, rinx. I've been trying to run Fallout 4 on my PC, but it didn't give. *sigh* It's at least five years old. No wonder.