Finished Oathbringer by Brandon Sanderson. 3rd book in his Stormlight Archive series. Hard to describe Oathbringer without going back to The Way of Kings. It's a fantasy book and series that I'd recommend most fantasy fans should start, but if the density of the story is too much, then just drop it cuz it never slims itself. Super good, but super dense. Not a book I want to reread, but something I am def happy about having read. The series so far is really interesting, but I'm not super excited about what happens next because of said dense-ness and other spoiler things.
I think I started the series in 2018, but I read the Powdermage Trilogy and finished the seqeul series Gods of Powder and Blood by Brian McClellan in 2019 and they are super good. The first series basically asks "What if Napoleon was the direct reason the French Revolution happened? And what if we made it so that he could snort gunpowder like cocaine and turn muskets into modern sniper rifles?" It then continues on where you don't kill the king without major consequences happening. The sequel series continues in the world was the original trilogy, but 10 years later. McClellan is a student of Sanderson and you can definitely feel that from his writing. Highly recommend it.
Otherwise, I became a history major so I've had to read a bunch of history books. And while fairly interesting, most are boring as hell if you don't have to read them.