Been reading loads of Thomas Bernhard. Could never get into him when I started reading him in my early twenties - but he's becoming one of my favourite writers now.
Just started Extinction, which is brilliant so far. Would recommend all of them though.
Also, read Revulsion: Thomas Bernhard in San Salvador by Horacio Castellanos Moya, which wears its Bernhard influence on its sleeve (or cover) - but its excellent in its own right too. Going to read Dream of my Return by him next.
Really enjoyed The Antichrist by Joseph Roth, which is the first thing of his I've read. Its a great little book, although seriously weird in style. Its strikingly appropriate in the wake of Brexit and the rise of Trump.
The biggest and best surprise I had recently though was The Jokers by Albert Cossery. NYRB have recently published it in translation. Completely unputdownable. Have ordered another one of his books already.