Peter F. Hamilton is the author of numerous novels, including Salvation, A Night Without Stars, The Abyss Beyond Dreams, Great North Road, The Evolutionary Void, The Temporal Void, The Dreaming Void, Judas Unchained, Pandora's Star, Misspent Youth, Fallen Dragon, and the acclaimed epic Night's Dawn trilogy: The Reality Dysfunction, The Neutronium Alchemist, and The Naked God. He lives with his family in England.
Praise for Salvation
"How far 'space opera' has come! The Old Masters of
sci-fi would admire the scope and sweep of Salvation."--The
Wall Street Journal "[A] vast, intricate sci-fi showstopper . . .
The journey grips just as hard as the reveal."--Daily
Mail (U.K.) "Exciting, wildly imaginative and quite
possibly [Peter F.] Hamilton's best book to date."--SFX
"Dynamic, multifaceted characters, strong mind-expanding concepts,
and impressive flair for language [make Salvation a] rare celestial
event. . . . One of Britain's bestselling sci-fi authors has
launched an addictive new book as the initial stage of what is sure
to be an intriguing new series called The Salvation
Sequence."--SyFyWire "[Salvation is] a bravura
performance from start to finish. . . . Hamilton is juggling
chainsaws while simultaneously doing needlepoint over a shark tank.
It's a virtuoso treat, and I for one can hardly wait for Salvation
Lost."--Paul Di Filippo, Locus "Peter F. Hamilton is known as
one of the world's greatest sci-fi writers for a reason. . . .
Salvation is well worth the effort and a great introduction to some
good old-fashioned space opera."--Fantasy Book Review
"Packs a teeth-rattling wallop . . . Hamilton expertly keeps his
audience coming back for more."--Kirkus Reviews "Peter F.
Hamilton smashes through the crazy battlefield of space opera like
a giant all-conquering war-robot. His newest is loud, proud, and
beyond epic. Accept no substitutes, this is the real deal. You need
Salvation, my friend. Everyone needs salvation."--Ian
McDonald "No one offers action-packed, meticulous, suspenseful,
and consistent high-tech futures better than Peter Hamilton, and
Salvation cranks all of that up five notches."--David