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With the release of Salvation now behind us my review is online over at SFFWorld.com. Head on over to check it out! I’ve also done a short interview with Peter, and can be read here.
Over on his Facebook page, Peter has a competition to win one of five signed and personalised Salvation hardbacks (UK edition). It’s open to anyone worldwide, and with a bonus Skype meeting with him as part of the prize. Head … Continue reading
Tour events for Peter’s newest novel, Salvation are now confirmed. Here they are if you can get to any! – Fri 31 Aug: Wells Waterstones (stock signing – time TBC) – Mon 3rd Sept: Swansea Waterstones, lunchtime, with Alastair Reynolds … Continue reading
The Verge have got a nice little excerpt from Peter’s next novel up on their site along with the US cover. As there’s nothing official on the publishers website I’m not sure if this is the final cover, but the … Continue reading
Pan Macmillan’s website has an updated synopsis for Salvation, due September 2018 and coming in at 592 pages. Sounds like it’ll be a good one: Book One in the Salvation Sequence, a dazzling space opera trilogy from master of the … Continue reading
Peter’s next trilogy will be the Salvation Sequence, and based on a post on Facebook it looks like they’ll be called Salvation, Salvation Lost, The Saint of Salvation. And now Peter’s publisher, Pan Macmillan, have a page on their catalogue … Continue reading
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
Sci-Fi Bulletin has another short interview I did with Peter posted over at their site, this one more general and not focused on any particular book. Head on over and check it out!
I’ve done a short interview with Peter that’s just been posted over at the Tor UK blog – head on over to have a read!