I'm always reading something, usually multiple books at a time.
Immortal Life is set in a not-too-distant future, in which the line between government and giant tech companies has disappeared. Smart phones have been replaced by cranial implants that connect to The Cloud with a tap behind the ear. Artificial Intelligence has become ever advanced, 3D printing (both solid and liquid) paired with medical technology has allowed the wealthy old-aged, through replacement parts, to postpone death well into their 120s.
Arthur, the 120-something head of the world-dominating Corporation, is poised to defeat death. His consciousness is to be transferred into a new body. Before that transfer, this body has been known as Gene, a specimen developed from human DNA and imbued with a brain that has basic knowledge but isn't supposed to develop a real personality. When Arthur's mind is uploaded to Gene's brain, Gene is still there somehow. He wants to live, and there are members of a resistance who want to help him.
This book had an intriguing premise and a strong start, but I felt it lost steam in the last third or so, and I didn't end up enjoying it as much as I thought I would. However, there were elements of the ending that I found unexpected, in a good way.