I read (well technically: listened to) Tender is the Night, which was interesting but I can’t imagine I’d have finished if I were reading it.
No. The problem with widely read fiction is that they’re spoiled for you before you develop any interest in reading them; bits of the ending and/or the meat of the story is brought up, quoted and discussed here and there. There wasn’t much left for me to discover. I read other fiction by Fitzgerald, but not Gatsby.