Search Results: "Walter H. Hunt"


BOOK REVIEW

THE DARK PATH by Walter H. Hunt
MYSTERY THRILLER
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 >

BOOK REVIEW

THE DARK WING by Walter H. Hunt
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
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 >

BOOK REVIEW

THE DARK ASCENT by Walter H. Hunt
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
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 >

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SAMANTHA HUNT
by Lucas Loredo

Samantha Hunt’s fiction lies in the meeting place between our common reality and the expanded reality of dreams, transformations, visitations, and conjurings. In her previous novels, teenagers communicate with the dead, a man travels through time over Queens, and men emerge from and disappear into the ocean. Hunt’s latest book, a collection of stories titled The Dark Dark, again inhabits ...


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5 MORE SCIENCE FICTION BOOKS JUMPING ON THE HOLLYWOOD ADAPTATION TRAIN
by John DeNardo

One of the great thrills of being a book lover is seeing your favorite book getting adapted for television and film. Hollywood routinely mines the pages of books for story ideas with increasing frequency. As well they should! The pages of science fiction books contain some of the most well-thought-out ideas of storytelling. Check out these books, which might be ...


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BOOK REVIEW

TRICK OF LIGHT by David Hunt
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Oct. 5, 1998

"Take your pick."
Achromatic photographer Kay Farrow is pulled into a second case of murder when her old teacher is killed by a hit-and-run motorcyclist. Read full book review >

BOOK REVIEW

CITY OF SAINTS by Andrew Hunt
Released: Nov. 6, 2012

"Hunt does a creditable job tying up all the loose ends the unknown killer left behind 80 years ago and an even better job evoking the time and place in which he lived."
Historian Hunt's first novel, winner of the 2011 Tony Hillerman Prize, revisits an unsolved real-life murder in 1930 Salt Lake City. Read full book review >

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WRITING HISTORY IN THE GLOBAL ERA by Lynn Hunt
NON-FICTION
Released: Sept. 15, 2014

"In this incisive look at the history of history, Hunt asserts that globalization will inspire a new paradigm acknowledging the importance—and inevitably—of cross-disciplinary and collaborative inquiry."
A noted historian offers a lucid overview of her changing field. Read full book review >

BOOK REVIEW

DEAD MAN'S SHOES by Richard Hunt
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: June 1, 1999

Dead Man's Shoes ($25.00; Jun.; 224 pp.; 0-7278-2255-1): When a man makes his living by dispensing tough love to ailing companies, as Brian Labinsky does, there are bound to be a flock of suspects when he's killed. Read full book review >

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 >

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 >