I've embarked on The Dragonbone Chair by Tad Williams, the first in his Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn trilogy. It isn't bad, quite decent actually, but I wouldn't call it amazing yet. It's very slow-going, like the reviews say, though it is supposed to get really good later on. I'm just not sure I care enough to spend 30+ hours with this story, to say nothing of the sequels. We'll see, I guess. I'm also reading Wyrd Sisters, my first even non-audiobook Discworld novel. It works just as well in print, I find, though I do apply the voices from my favorite DW narrator Nigel Planer. I've been a bit disappointed with my last few Discworld listens, all of which were later entries to the series; but this early installment is one of the really good ones.