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Joining us in the Audible Studios to talk about his latest novel, Salvation, is best-selling science-fiction author Peter F. Hamilton. 

Coined the king of space opera, Peter F. Hamilton has created some of science fiction’s most vast and extensive universes, making him one of Britain’s biggest selling sci-fi authors. Known for The Night’s Dawn trilogy and the Commonwealth Saga in particular, Hamilton embarks on a new universe, publishing Salvation, the first book in a brand-new trilogy, in 2018. 

Peter Hamilton talks to us about why he set the book in 2204, the political situation of his fictional future and his favourite character in this series so far. 

Listen to Salvation here.
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An ad for his book

it was fine, but we didn't learn anything about him, his process, or anything really. This was just an ad for his re book. I'll buy it, but not because of this.

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Detail of world-building and story structure

An interesting and detailed chat about Hamilton's 'Salvation' world and his story creation process: including dealing with multiple timelines, thinking about the use of technology, how he structures his writing, and a few of his characters.

Because of the detail, it will mostly be of interest to science fiction fans (and Hamilton fans in particular) - but if you're in that group, it will be fascinating and may lead you to jump into the Salvation series.