Books by Walter H. Hunt

THE DARK ASCENT by Walter H. Hunt
Released: Aug. 1, 2004

"Series fans—clearly a patient, dedicated bunch—will relish Hunt's slow-motion intrigues and detailed exploration of alien societies."
Third installment in Hunt's military SF series (The Dark Path, 2003, etc.) about humanity's encounter with the birdlike zor and other, less amenable aliens. Read full book review >
THE DARK PATH by Walter H. Hunt
Released: March 1, 2003

"What with the psychic-warrior complications, more Star Wars than Honor Harrington: some fans will relish the exploration of the zor culture; others will grow impatient with the lack of action."
Second of what now appears to be a series, begun with The Dark Wing (2001), Hunt's military science fiction yarn wherein humanity met, fought, and ultimately tamed the xenophobic, birdlike alien zor. Read full book review >
THE DARK WING by Walter H. Hunt
Released: Dec. 1, 2001

"A thoughtful debut, reassuringly familiar in shape with glints of originality and intriguing if one-dimensional aliens: Satisfyingly complete in itself, though expertly set up for sequels."
Military science fiction from newcomer Hunt, something like Honor Harrington flavored with Babylon 5. Read full book review >