Just started reading Warday, it's an oral history of the aftermath of a fictional limited nuclear exchange between USA and Russia. Released back in the 80s, think of it as World War Z (which seems to have lifted much of its structure from this) and Threads. It's pretty grim so far and I'm not expecting it to get much cheerier. Seems a lot more grounded in reality than most post apocalyptic stuff.
Finished reading Lab Rats it was pretty interesting. It starts off talking about how works got worse over the years because of the focus on returning profit for share holders and how that's starting to shift back with ethical businesses.
Stated to read Dracula. About a third through don't think it's that amazing to be honest.