Books by Stephen Hunt

JACK CLOUDIE by Stephen Hunt
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: Aug. 20, 2013

"The bedrock elements of the warring worlds, especially their fantasy capabilities and limitations, are as hard to remember as the rules of Dungeons and Dragons, though fans of Hunt (The Secrets of the Fire Sea, 2012, etc.) will be thrilled by the piquant minor details."
A steampunk-inspired adventure follows two men whose circumstances lead them to face each other on a fantasy airship battlefield. Read full book review >
SECRETS OF THE FIRE SEA by Stephen Hunt
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: March 27, 2012

"A slow-starting murder mystery that rapidly turns hyper-complicated and explosive, though for many readers the series remains very much an acquired taste."
Another entry in Hunt's steampunk/what-all series (The Rise of the Iron Moon, 2011, etc.). Read full book review >
THE RISE OF THE IRON MOON by Stephen Hunt
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: March 1, 2011

" A swaggering, eye-filling, brain-swizzling extravaganza, though Hunt's hyperkinetic saga may be a taste not all readers will wish to acquire."
Third fantasy set in Hunt's teeming, mind-boggling steampunk universe (The Court of the Air, 2007, etc.), this time complete with interplanetary invaders courtesy of H.G. Wells. Read full book review >
THE KINGDOM BEYOND THE WAVES by Stephen Hunt
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: Aug. 4, 2009

"Vividly and vigorously narrated, with splashes of humor. But in a universe where anything can happen, it's rarely possible to care when something does."
Another doorstopper steampunk fantasy set in the furiously overcrowded and hard-to-fathom universe of The Court of the Air (2008). Read full book review >
THE COURT OF THE AIR by Stephen Hunt
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: June 1, 2008

"Almost too inventive—it's just one jaw-dropping page after another—with hypercomplicated, barely intelligible plotting set forth in a breathless style: Harry Potter mugs H.P. Lovecraft, and L. Ron Hubbard explains it all."
Doorstopper steampunk fantasy from British newcomer Hunt. Read full book review >