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Tag Archives: cover art
To go along with Peter’s new cover style, it looks like the Greg Mandel trilogy will be getting the treatment for release early next year. Very nice!
Tor UK are re-covering Peter’s Night’s Dawn trilogy with some rather nice new covers in the new design style, out late-August. Pretty.
Here’s the UK cover for Salvation, out on 6 September from Pan Macmillan. Nice and bright, and a nice new design for a new series.
The epic final instalment of The Queen of Dreams trilogy – a remarkable children’s fantasy series by Peter F. Hamilton: the UK’s bestselling adult-science-fiction author. Beautifully illustrated by Rohan Eason, this is a future classic in the making. War is … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
A surprise release coming this July with A Window Into Time, a novella being released digitally by Peter’s UK publisher, Pan Macmillan. Here’s the cover and synopsis: Peter F. Hamilton’s gripping novella, A Window Into Time, is a short, high-concept … Continue reading
Due out on 27 September and clocking in at 736 pages, here’s the US cover and synopsis for A Night Without Stars: Bestselling author Peter F. Hamilton returns to his acclaimed Commonwealth series in this thrilling follow-up to The Abyss … Continue reading