The Evolutionary Void Re-Read, parts 5 – 8

larry-rostant-the-evolutionary-voidI’ve been a little lax updating the site with links to the re-read recently, and with four more parts now up at the Tor UK blog it’s worth heading on over to catch up if you haven’t already. Links below…

Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, Part 8

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The Evolutionary Void Re-Read, part 4

larry-rostant-the-evolutionary-voidThe fourth part of my Evolutionary Void re-read is up over at the Tor UK blog for your reading pleasure. Head on over and check it out. Part 5 is due imminently, so I’ll be sure to let you know when that’s live!

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A Window Into Time Review

a-window-into-timeA little snippet below, but head on over to to read the rest of the review, and I highly recommend picking up the novella!

A Window Into Time is one of those rare things from British Science Fiction author Peter F Hamilton – a novella. Known for his galaxy spanning far-future Space Opera novels and series, A Window Into Time is almost the exact opposite – a present day look at the life of a teenager. Of course, that’s not to say there isn’t his trademark SF twist in the mix – there is – but rather that this is a story unlike anything else Hamilton has written.

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The Evolutionary Void Re-Read, part 3

larry-rostant-the-evolutionary-voidThe third part of my Evolutionary Void re-read is now live over on the Tor UK blog, and aptly cover Chapter 3 of the novel. Head on over to read in full!

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UK Wrap-Around for Night Without Stars

Peter posted the below on his facebook page the other day showing off the full wrap-around dustjacket for the UK edition of Night Without Stars. Nice!


However, I’m not sure my OCD can cope with the change of layout on the spine…


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The Evolutionary Void Re-Read, part 2

larry-rostant-the-evolutionary-voidAnd the second part of The Evolutionary Void re-read is now up over at the Tor UK blog. Be sure to check it out!

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The Evolutionary Void Re-Read, part 1

larry-rostant-the-evolutionary-voidOver on the Tor UK blog I’ve re-started my re-read of The Evolutionary Void – if you head over there you can read the first entry. These will be going up once a week for 11 weeks to finish just in time for the release of Night Without Stars. Hope you enjoy!

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Charity Auction for Night Without Stars Proof

night-without-stars-proofOver on his Facebook page, Peter is auctioning off what will be a very rare printed proof copy of Night Without Stars. Head on over to check it out and get your bid in!

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UK Cover Art for Night Without Stars

Larry Rostant once again delivers a stunning cover. Out in the UK on 22 September and clocking in at 750 pages, I can’t wait for this one!


As dangers multiply, events will come to an explosive climax in the final part of this stunning duology.

Following the astonishing The Abyss Beyond Dreams, Night Without Stars is the epic second and final part to Peter F. Hamilton’s Chronicle of the Fallers.

The planet Bienvenido is in crisis. It has finally escaped the Void, emerging into regular space. But it’s millions of light-years from Commonwealth assistance, and humans are battling the Fallers for control of their world. This rapacious adversary, evolved to destroy all sentient life, has infiltrated every level of human society – hijacking unwilling bodies so its citizens fear their leaders, friends and family.

A mysterious figure known as the Warrior Angel leads a desperate resistance. She’s helped by forbidden Commonwealth technology, which gives her a crucial edge. But the government obstructs the Angel’s efforts at every turn, blinded by prejudice and technophobia. As Fallers also prepare to attack from the skies, she might need to incite rebellion to fight this invasion. But the odds seem impossible.

Then astronaut Ry Evine uncovers one last hope. On a mission against the enemy, his spacecraft damages an unidentified vessel. This crash-lands on the planet carrying unexpected cargo: a baby. This extraordinary Commonwealth child possesses knowledge that could save them all. But if the Fallers catch her, the people of Bienvenido will not survive.

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UK Cover Art for The Hunting of the Princes


The second in the original and compelling children’s fantasy by Peter F. Hamilton, the UK’s bestselling adult-science-fiction author. The Queen of Dreams trilogy is a future classic in the making.

The Hunting of the Princes is the second title in the Queen of Dreams trilogy. Featuring black and white illustrations, this fantastic series from the UK’s best-selling sci-fi author, Peter F. Hamilton is a future classic in the making.

It had been a big year for Taggie Paganuzzi. From learning that she was actually the Queen-to-be of a magical realm, to learning to use magic, to fighting for her life against the King of Night, there had been a lot of ‘firsts’. And when someone tried to assassinate her as she was cycling home from the local pool in Stamford, England. Well, that was a first too.

It turns out that someone has been killing royal heirs throughout the magical kingdoms, and every leader from every realm believes the King of Night’s army, the Karraks, are responsible. War seems inevitable . . . and yet Taggie has just discovered two very interesting facts. Firstly, that the Karraks come from a cold, dark universe, and they cannot abide warmth and light. And secondly, that there was once a gate to this universe . . . now lost in the mists of time.

But where do you begin to look for a gate which was deliberately hidden centuries ago? To find out, Taggie must rescue the one Karrak Lord who also hopes for peace. Who happens to be imprisoned in an impenetrable fortress . . .

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