You might like The Court of the Air by Stephen Hunt. I wasn't that keen, but then I'm not especially into the fantasy genre. I did really enjoy The Glass Books of the Dream Eaters however, and I guess you would describe that as a fantasy adventure.
Not very fantasy, but I did have the melancholic pleasure of reading the bleakly beautiful pulitzer prize winning The Road by one of my favourite authors, Cormac McCarthy (probably best known for No Country for Old Men) recently. Certainly one of the best books I've ever read, and the first in some time to make me cry—one the tube no less. The Road has also been made into a feature, I strongly recommend reading it before seeing it.
Terry Pratchett's discworld series. Some of my favourites:
Pyramids - all about assassins in an Egypt-style place, where pyramids actually store time and keep it still.
Night Watch - An old captain of the city watch accidentally travels back in time and sort of becomes his own mentor.
Reaper Man - Death loses his job for becoming too involved and developing personality traits.