They also have a bare-bones plot summary:
The first of a two-book science fiction series set in New York Times bestselling author Hamilton's acclaimed Commonwealth universe. Thriller writer Ken Follett calls Peter F. Hamilton "the owner of the most powerful imagination in science fiction."
A clash of cultures in the Void pits humanity against a shape-changing alien species, and sees if two warring races can ever cooperate enough to free themselves from their mutual prison.
Story Locale: Space
Series Overview: Peter F. Hamilton returns to the Commonwealth universe with a clash of cultures in the Void that pits humanity against a shape-changing alien species.
The book will be published on 21 October this year, with an estimated hardcover page count of 672 pages. According to Hamilton, the book clocks in at around 198,000 words, surprisingly concise by his standards (The Naked God came in at almost 450,000 words and approximately 1,150 pages in hardcover). The UK edition, from Pan Macmillan, should be out around the same time.