Just going to comment on a few you listed and haven't read yet.
I read the first trilogy and it was good but not great. Had some really good moments, but it dragged a lot and the main character suffered from "I'm amazing at everything". I was underwhelmed enough that I didn't start the second trilogy.The Prince of Nothing by R Scott Bakker. Read the first one when it was released, got distracted before the follow ups ever came out. Have read a lot of people that hated this one so I haven't made it a priority.
Dalglish has some good stuff. Some of it is cheesy but it's a fun read, and some times it gets surprisingly dark. His Half-Orc Series was my favorite as it had the least amount of cheese and most amount of Dark. I'd recommend any of his stuff though.Shadowdance by David Dalglish. Honestly, I think I saw these on a list of best fantasy book covers or some shit. No idea what this is, but I like assassin books. I think I've heard that one of his other series was good maybe...
The first book is good, I liked it a lot. The second book was not as good, but I'll probably still read the third when it comes out.Raven's Shadow by Anthony Ryan. Read almost all good things about this series, should really start.
I really enjoyed all of the Riryia stuff. The characters were great, the story lines were all good. Had some OP cheesiness but it really didn't bother me in this series. I highly recommend these, kept me up late a lot of nights. Out of everything I recognized, I'd say go with these next. You should also read Riryia Revelations.The Riyria Chronicles by Michael J. Sullivan. I know very little about this series, but have had it recommended by a ton of people. Should really just read the damn thing already. Plus Sullivan is a regular poster on the fantasy Subreddit so I'd like to support him.
One of the few fantasy series I couldn't continue. I tried reading this and finally gave up about a third of the way through. It's just really boring...nothing happens...didn't give a shit about any of the lifeless characters. I've seen nothing but good reviews on it though so maybe it got better but I just couldn't do it. Again, it's pretty rare for me not to finish a fantasy novel once I've started it. I tried both series...I got a lot further in The Long Price Quartert than I did in Dagger and the Coin but gave up on both.The Long Price Quartet(finished series) and The Dagger and the Coin(ongoing) by Daniel Abraham. Haven't started either.