Brimstonerecently plowed through the Mistborn trilogy so I can second that. I just started digging into other works by Sanderson like his Stormlight Archive series which have been really enjoyable so far as well.
If you like sci-fi, I read Children of Time by Adrian Tchaikovsky before the above and that was really interesting as well.
I loved the Stormlight Archive and Mistborn series by Sanderson, if anybody wants to talk high/grimdark fantasy or needs recommendations talk to me, I'm a huge nerd for fantasy. Children of time was also my favorite sci-fi book i've read semi-recently. Imagine an intelligent and evolving spider civilization interacting with humans and other intelligent insects, but it makes you think yeah this could maybe happen.
WARHURYEAHCurrently reading through WoT. I'm on book 5 out of 15 so far. Plan to go into the Sanderson books afterwards.
SThree Body Problem series - Very good hard science fiction book.
Loved Wheel of Time, it took me almost a year to read it all, but the books are way better than the TV show amazon prime is running right now. It gets a lot better after the first book. Robert Jordan wrote the first book like a LOTR clone so publishers would pick it up.
Three Body Problem is definitely one of my favorite Sci-Fi books all time. It does have some weird tangents, but its super thought provoking and scary at times.
Recently I've been into Stephen King and that's kind of propelled me to get into horror. Standouts from Stephen King for me were The Institute (newer book by him), Salem's Lot, The Stand (he somewhat considers it his magnums opus) and Duma Key (this really weird book about a telekinetic/pathic painter).
For horror I've been reading House of Leaves by Mark Danielewski. This book is really weird and has a cult following. If you want to know more you should probably just google it.
row_The Name of the Wind & The Wise Man's Fear by Patrick Rothfuss are pretty nice reads if you're into fantasy, even though the third book in the trilogy has been coming soon™ for about 11 years at this point - the audiobook versions are good as well.
Just noticed Patrick Rothfus was mentioned. I love this trilogy. I read it a while back and it gets a lot of hate because of an overpowered protagonist/weird sex scenes in the second book, but I loved the prose. I've never read a book that flows quite like that, and because the prose is so good I really felt like I could visualize the character interactions and hear the character's voices. I could not put it down. I don't think I've enjoyed a fantasy series as much as those two books.