I finished Stonewielder by Ian C. Esslemont around February 1st. His third book in the Malazan series. Pretty decent. The endings for some of the PoVs leave more questions open than I typically like.
So in the time between finishing Stonewielder and waiting for the tenth and final Malazan Book of the Fallen, The Crippled God, from Steven Erikson to hit March 1st, I've been reading:
Freedom (TM) by Daniel Suarez. The sequel to Daemon. The second book is actually a little less embarrassing, but still cringe worthy for anyone versed in the multiple areas he's trying to tackle. I finished this recently and had to choose between The Name of the Wind (Kingkiller Chronicles, Day 1) by Patrick Rothfus and Orson Scott Card's Children of the Mind.
I don't know why I went with Children of the Mind. I think I just wanted to knock out the series so I never have to deal with it again. Ender's Game was pretty impressive and Speaker for the Dead had a lot of potential. Xenocide was a struggle for me. I'm probably 30 pages in and already my mind is wandering.