Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? is a classic that I was entreated to read by those that currate such lists, and by the fact it is the basis of Blade Runner.
TLDR; This is one from the “The Movie is Better” bin. There is a type of hysteresis at play here, a threshold of loving the movie needs to be met before reading the book. Read it if things like the test is named Voigt-Kampff, not “void Kampff” as I thought are facts you’d like to discover. This of course coming from a movie-first vantage.
Merely liking the movie isn’t enough for me to recommend the book to you. That is because saying the movie is “based” on the book is a stretch of that concept. The book is not at all a future-noir story. It does follow Deckard hunting androids, but chasing fugitive synthetic humans is only the means to Deckard’s real drive behind the whole book - owning a real animal. This is the future industrial-ruined Earth version of wanting to impress neighbors by having a really nice lawn.