Peter F. Hamilton was born in Rutland in 1960 and now lives in Somerset. He began writing in 1987, and sold his first short story to Fear magazine in 1988. He has written many bestselling novels, including the Greg Mandel series, the Night's Dawn trilogy, the Commonwealth Saga, the Void trilogy, The Chronicle of the Fallers, the Salvation Sequence short story collections and several standalone novels including Fallen Dragon and Great North Road.
Peter F. Hamilton brings his Salvation trilogy to a satisfying climax . . . a stirring finale -- <i>Guardian</i> This is outstanding sci-fi, monstrous in scale both physical and temporal, with knock-out thrills and spills . . . It delivers on every level -- <i>Daily Mail</i> Exceptional . . . shows a writer that is the master of his genre, delivering everything expected, and more. Highly recommended -- <i>SFFWorld</i> The Saints of Salvation is exactly what I have come to expect from a Peter F. Hamilton novel - grand awe-inspiring celestial vistas and plots that manage to be both devilishly simple yet also fiendishly complex. I can confidently confirm you'll find all that and more in his latest masterwork -- <i>EloquentPage</i> Everything readers of Salvation will have hoped for. A series emerging as a modern classic -- Stephen Baxter on <i>Salvation Lost</i> This is galactic-scale space opera . . . audacious, exciting, funny and just happens to have the most terrifying alien invasion concept I've ever encountered -- Alastair Reynolds on <i>Salvation Lost</i> Savage, brilliant and compelling. A masterclass in tension and spectacle -- Gareth L. Powell on <i>Salvation Lost </i> Explosions! Assassins! Enigmatic aliens, spaceships and jump doors . . . Accept no substitutes, this is the real deal. You need Salvation, my friend. Everyone needs salvation -- Ian McDonald on <i>Salvation</i> The classic Hamilton cocktail of techno-thriller, far-future vision and action adventure shaken to an intoxicating combination. A promising start to an ambitious new series. Science Fiction is in excellent hands -- Justina Robson on <i>Salvation</i>