I'm thoroughly enjoying "The Fall of Dragons", fifth and last volume in Miles Cameron's Traitor Son cycle, which has just been published.
It's an impressive and profound conclusion to the series. The only thing wrong with it is that it's the last book in the cycle! The blurb reads:
In the climax of the Traitor Son Cycle, the allied armies of the Wild and the Kingdoms of men and women must face Ash for control of the gates to the hermetical universe, and for control of their own destinies. But exhaustion, treachery and time may all prove deadlier enemies.
In Alba, Queen Desiderata struggles to rebuild her kingdom wrecked by a year of civil war, even as the Autumn battles are fought in the west. In the Terra Antica, The Red Knight attempts to force his unwilling allies to finish the Necromancer instead of each other.
But as the last battle nears, The Red Knight makes a horrifying discovery...all of this fighting may have happened before.
I suggest reading the books in sequence, because the overall story arc will make more sense that way. The five books, in order, are:
If you like military-oriented fantasy with a strongly-developed magical system, this series is for you. Highly recommended.