The Dreaming Void; or, Adventures in Reviewer Parallax

I consider Hamilton one of the most excellent and interesting (especially regarding technology), if a somewhat uneven, current writers of science fiction


The Peter F. Hamilton series continues with some other reviewers’ perspectives.

(“Wait a minute!”, you say. Wasn’t there a sequel to the last Hamilton work I covered, Pandora’s Star? Yes, there was. It was called Judas Unchained, and I read it just like a normal person. In other words, I made no notes on it at all.)

A retro review from October 8, 2010.

Other reviews can be found at Speculiction and the Science Fiction Review Podcast.

Review: The Dreaming Void, Peter F. Hamilton, 2007.Dreaming Void

Peter F. Hamilton fans won’t be disappointed with this, a return to the universe of Misspent Youth and the Commonwealth Saga approximately 1,200 years after the events of the latter. [That would be after the end of Judas Unchained.] Hamilton’s usual themes and motifs are here: fantasy combined with science fiction (here a world in the ravening Void at the heart…

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