Goodkind's not anywhere near done...
and there have been a few more books, too.
Wizard's First Rule,
Stone of Tears,
Blood of the Fold,
Temple of the Winds,
Soul of the Fire,
Faith of the Fallen,
The Pillars of Creation...
and another one forthcoming... although the last one suffers from the same flaw that christopher was complaining about in soul of the fire, namely, the book follows a character that, while important to that specific book, is strictly secondary in the series as a whole.
Robert Jordan just doesn't tell a good story in my opinion.
i second the motion on Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn (Tad Williams)
and will add to that the Otherland series, also by Williams.
the Runelords series by David Farland is good,
and here are some other series that you might enjoy:
Deed of Paksenarrion (Elizabeth Moon)
The Black Jewels (Anne Bishop, but not for younger readers)
Age of Unreason by J. Gregory Keyes,
The Magic of Recluce by L. E. Modesitt, jr.
The Belgariad by David & Leigh Eddings,
and while i'm at it,
and The Tamuli,
all also by the Eddingses.
The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant by Stephen Donaldson,
The Chronicles of the Cheysuli by Jennifer Roberson,
the Mithgar series - all 900 books, lmao- by Dennis McKiernan,
the Kingdom of Isles books by David Drake,
and for sci-fi fans, the Honor Harrington books by David Weber.
God bless Barnes and Noble. heh.