Foreverness

Jack Vance

Jack Vance passed away at home on the evening of Sunday May 26, 2013, ending a long, rich and productive life. Recognized most widely as an author, family and friends also knew a generous, large-hearted, rugged, genial, hard-working, optimistic and unpretentious individual whose curiosity, sense of wonder and sheer love of life were an inspiration in themselves. Author, friend, father and grandfather – there will never be another like Jack Vance.



~ ☆ Raise a Toast to Jack Vance ☆ ~



"At the last moments of the universe, with eternal darkness converging from all sides, surely someone will arise and cry out: ‘Hold back the end for a final moment, while I pay tribute to the gallant brewmasters who have provided us a pathway of golden glory down the fading corridors of time!’ And then, is it not possible that a bright gap will appear in the dark, through which the brewmasters are allowed to proceed, to build a finer universe?"

- Lurulu -



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Thursday 30 May 2013 05:10
Wherever you are, in the underworld, overworld, or no world whatever: we drink to your memory
Max

Thursday 30 May 2013 05:10
Wherever you are, in the underworld, overworld, or no world whatever: we drink to your memory
Max
Thursday 30 May 2013 05:09
Sadness, nothing but sadness.
He was not the one why I began reading SF, but he's the one because I'm still reading SF, and will be reading it.
He had the magic in his pen to create worlds, magical character. You wished you could open the door and walk into the story. I express my gratitude to him in the joyfull time I spend reading his books, on and on and on....thank you, thank you.
Etienne Blomme

Thursday 30 May 2013 05:09
Sadness, nothing but sadness.
He was not the one why I began reading SF, but he's the one because I'm still reading SF, and will be reading it.
He had the magic in his pen to create worlds, magical character. You wished you could open the door and ... click to read more
Etienne Blomme
Thursday 30 May 2013 05:09
Jack was my most favourite author. I enjoyed all his books, especially the "Dying Earth" and "Tschai" series, but I love all his works.
I'll miss you Jack!
"Traz Onmale lo guardò con disgusto e compassione, poi disse: — Allora t’insegnerò io qual è la vera origine dell’uomo. Tu hai visto le due lune. La luna rosa è Az, dimora della beatitudine. Quella azzurra è Braz, luogo di tormento dove vanno gli uomini malvagi, i kruthsh’geir, dopo la morte. Moltissimo tempo fa, le due lune entrarono in collisione, e nell’urto molti furono scaraventati lontano e caddero su Tschai. Ora, tutti cercano di tornare su Az, sia i buoni sia i cattivi, ma i Giudici, da cui proviene la saggezza dai globi che portano, dividono i buoni dai cattivi e li inviano alla destinazione che loro compete."
You deserve the Red Moon of Az, Jack!
Alberto

Thursday 30 May 2013 05:09
Jack was my most favourite author. I enjoyed all his books, especially the "Dying Earth" and "Tschai" series, but I love all his works.
I'll miss you Jack!
"Traz Onmale lo guardò con disgusto e compassione, poi disse: — Allora t’insegnerò ... click to read more
Alberto
Thursday 30 May 2013 05:07
One of those rare writers whose work is so good, it inspires people to try writing for themselves.
nikolai kingsley

Thursday 30 May 2013 05:07
One of those rare writers whose work is so good, it inspires people to try writing for themselves.
nikolai kingsley
Thursday 30 May 2013 05:04
I was 10 when my father lent me a book from his sci-fi collection. It was the first science-fiction book I read, the title was "Cugel l'Astucieux" and the author was Jack Vance.
And since this time, I know some places where traveling is wonderful.
Bon vent John, et merci !
Francois Daniel

Thursday 30 May 2013 05:04
I was 10 when my father lent me a book from his sci-fi collection. It was the first science-fiction book I read, the title was "Cugel l'Astucieux" and the author was Jack Vance.
And since this time, I know some places where traveling is wonderful. ... click to read more
Francois Daniel
Thursday 30 May 2013 05:02
Dear Jack,
I've read your work since I was 12 years old. Now I'm 56 and still reading your stories over and over again. You will be missed in the Netherlands!
Peter de Haas

Thursday 30 May 2013 05:02
Dear Jack,
I've read your work since I was 12 years old. Now I'm 56 and still reading your stories over and over again. You will be missed in the Netherlands!
Peter de Haas
Thursday 30 May 2013 04:53
If he's dead, then so can I. RIP.
Michael

Thursday 30 May 2013 04:53
If he's dead, then so can I. RIP.
Michael
Thursday 30 May 2013 04:45
One of last giant is gone.
A man, a traveller, a writer.
Thanks for all, dear John.
R.I.P
Mario

Thursday 30 May 2013 04:45
One of last giant is gone.
A man, a traveller, a writer.
Thanks for all, dear John.
R.I.P
Mario
Thursday 30 May 2013 04:40
Farewell, Jack, you brought me endless pleasure with your wonderful storytelling, and will continue to do so for the rest of my own life. My thoughts are with your family and friends.
David Gullen

Thursday 30 May 2013 04:40
Farewell, Jack, you brought me endless pleasure with your wonderful storytelling, and will continue to do so for the rest of my own life. My thoughts are with your family and friends.
David Gullen
Thursday 30 May 2013 04:38
I cannot express how deeply your books & stories touched me. You gave me worlds to dream about - thank you for sharing them.
Oliver Schmieding

Thursday 30 May 2013 04:38
I cannot express how deeply your books & stories touched me. You gave me worlds to dream about - thank you for sharing them.
Oliver Schmieding
Thursday 30 May 2013 04:36
You and Norma have bean like guardians to me. I've traveled unbelievable and beautiful horizons with you, again and again, far beyond......this time we have to let you go, just like we did with Norma. Now the two of you can travel for eternity, beyond even "the beyond"...further even. I shall remember you with love. Deepest condolences to family and friends.
Jeen Eyzenga

Thursday 30 May 2013 04:36
You and Norma have bean like guardians to me. I've traveled unbelievable and beautiful horizons with you, again and again, far beyond......this time we have to let you go, just like we did with Norma. Now the two of you can travel for eternity, ... click to read more
Jeen Eyzenga
Thursday 30 May 2013 04:31
May your books live on forever, so your name will not be forgotten; now or in the distant future. Thank you, Mr. Vance.
Peter van den Berkmortel

Thursday 30 May 2013 04:31
May your books live on forever, so your name will not be forgotten; now or in the distant future. Thank you, Mr. Vance.
Peter van den Berkmortel
Thursday 30 May 2013 04:31
Thanks Jack, I loved every word.
Toby Griffiths

Thursday 30 May 2013 04:31
Thanks Jack, I loved every word.
Toby Griffiths
Thursday 30 May 2013 04:27
Thank you Jack, you have been one of the greatest science-fiction and fantasy writer ever.
And, thank you for the Dying Earth, the greatest invention ever.
Vae

Thursday 30 May 2013 04:27
Thank you Jack, you have been one of the greatest science-fiction and fantasy writer ever.
And, thank you for the Dying Earth, the greatest invention ever.
Vae
Thursday 30 May 2013 04:25
Thank you for all the pleasure that I had reading all your wonderful books
Thierry Rocton

Thursday 30 May 2013 04:25
Thank you for all the pleasure that I had reading all your wonderful books
Thierry Rocton
Thursday 30 May 2013 04:24
And even now part of me flys over Cadwell at angel 1 5.
So long, and thanks for all the books
Norbert

Thursday 30 May 2013 04:24
And even now part of me flys over Cadwell at angel 1 5.
So long, and thanks for all the books
Norbert
Thursday 30 May 2013 04:19
You were one of the authors that lead me into science-fiction. I dreamed about Tschaï when I was a teen. Your stories where the archetype of travel and sense of wonder. So long, Mr Vance.
Anonymous

Thursday 30 May 2013 04:19
You were one of the authors that lead me into science-fiction. I dreamed about Tschaï when I was a teen. Your stories where the archetype of travel and sense of wonder. So long, Mr Vance.
Anonymous
Thursday 30 May 2013 04:19
Dank je Jack Vance voor de werelden die je schiep en de verhalen die er in afspelen. Ik zal ze altijd blijven lezen.
Frank Duijn

Thursday 30 May 2013 04:19
Dank je Jack Vance voor de werelden die je schiep en de verhalen die er in afspelen. Ik zal ze altijd blijven lezen.
Frank Duijn
Thursday 30 May 2013 04:16
Thank you Jack. You have given to me pleasure reading books of adventure, great stories, enjoyed it for many years and it's not over... RIP my friend.
KrissTauf DrkTwr

Thursday 30 May 2013 04:16
Thank you Jack. You have given to me pleasure reading books of adventure, great stories, enjoyed it for many years and it's not over... RIP my friend.
KrissTauf DrkTwr
Thursday 30 May 2013 04:12
I still vividly remember the day I first picked up one of Jack Vance's works. A dreary day in the fall of 1998. All I remember from that day is that by the time I put down the book next days dawn was creeping through the curtains. From then on I was captivated by his storytelling and world building.
it is sad to hear that a man with such a gift has passed away, the world will be poorer for it.

May he rest in the light and have peace in whatever follows after. I hope they apreciate a good storyteller where ever he is now.

My condolances and sympathy to those he left behind

Gawin van Waesberghe

Thursday 30 May 2013 04:12
I still vividly remember the day I first picked up one of Jack Vance's works. A dreary day in the fall of 1998. All I remember from that day is that by the time I put down the book next days dawn was creeping through the curtains. From then on I was ... click to read more
Gawin van Waesberghe
Thursday 30 May 2013 04:10
Thank you for your thoughts, ideas, dreams and the power to be able to share them with us all.
So many would like to do the same and you are an inspiration to us all.
Shane Gregory

Thursday 30 May 2013 04:10
Thank you for your thoughts, ideas, dreams and the power to be able to share them with us all.
So many would like to do the same and you are an inspiration to us all.
Shane Gregory
Thursday 30 May 2013 04:05
Many years ago, I used to use his "Languages of Pao" as a required reading in a sociology course that I taught. I've read and enjoyed and learned from his works over the years. He leaves a great legacy behind.
Anonymous

Thursday 30 May 2013 04:05
Many years ago, I used to use his "Languages of Pao" as a required reading in a sociology course that I taught. I've read and enjoyed and learned from his works over the years. He leaves a great legacy behind.
Anonymous
Thursday 30 May 2013 04:03
Thank you Jack, I will treasure your stories like IOUN stones. May they never turn grey.
Norm Bleac

Thursday 30 May 2013 04:03
Thank you Jack, I will treasure your stories like IOUN stones. May they never turn grey.
Norm Bleac
Thursday 30 May 2013 04:00
Thousand thanks for all you gave to me, pleasure, dreams and inspiration. Please, find a way to tell us what's beyond.
Lyonesse is good for you !
Laurent Gidon

Thursday 30 May 2013 04:00
Thousand thanks for all you gave to me, pleasure, dreams and inspiration. Please, find a way to tell us what's beyond.
Lyonesse is good for you !
Laurent Gidon
Thursday 30 May 2013 03:59
Rest In Peace, John H. You will always be my favorite writer ...
Alex

Thursday 30 May 2013 03:59
Rest In Peace, John H. You will always be my favorite writer ...
Alex
Thursday 30 May 2013 03:58
It's very sad to hear this news.

There has never been another author who I've have enjoyed reading so much. Whose wit and intelligence has made me grin so much and whose imagination and decriptions have instilled such a sense of wonder in me.

"Beauty is a luster which love bestows to guile the eye"

Thank you Jack Vance.
Matthew Hazlehurst

Thursday 30 May 2013 03:58
It's very sad to hear this news.

There has never been another author who I've have enjoyed reading so much. Whose wit and intelligence has made me grin so much and whose imagination and decriptions have instilled such a sense of wonder in ... click to read more
Matthew Hazlehurst
Thursday 30 May 2013 03:56
Jack Vance m'a toujours accompagné ; de mes lectures d'enfant où le pnume semblait visiter les bois noirs dans lesquels je passais mes vacances à, vingt plus tard, l'écriture de ma thèse -la première en France à utiliser ses oeuvres comme supports. Aujourd'hui, j'ai deux enfants, un garçon et une fille, dont les seconds prénoms sont respectivement Béran et Heizari. Tant qu'il y aura des enfants, tant qu'il y aura des livres, Vance ne mourra pas.
Jrme Dutel

Thursday 30 May 2013 03:56
Jack Vance m'a toujours accompagné ; de mes lectures d'enfant où le pnume semblait visiter les bois noirs dans lesquels je passais mes vacances à, vingt plus tard, l'écriture de ma thèse -la première en France à utiliser ses oeuvres comme ... click to read more
Jrme Dutel
Thursday 30 May 2013 03:54
A door on marvellous and fantastic worlds has been closed forever, but the ones you donated to us will shine forever.
Thanks.
Marco Dell'Acqua

Thursday 30 May 2013 03:54
A door on marvellous and fantastic worlds has been closed forever, but the ones you donated to us will shine forever.
Thanks.
Marco Dell'Acqua
Thursday 30 May 2013 03:54
I spent many an hour enjoying the worlds imagined by Jack Vance. He will be sorely missed.

Thanks for all the hours of wonder, mystery and adventure.

Goodbye, Mr Vance, The world will be an emptier place without you.
Pieter-Jan Kuyten

Thursday 30 May 2013 03:54
I spent many an hour enjoying the worlds imagined by Jack Vance. He will be sorely missed.

Thanks for all the hours of wonder, mystery and adventure.

Goodbye, Mr Vance, The world will be an emptier place without you.
Pieter-Jan Kuyten
Thursday 30 May 2013 03:48
Thanks for all the great stories. My favorite sf-writer left a superb legacy that I will keep rereading. Tschai, Demon Princes, etc, I could go on.
Rijk

Thursday 30 May 2013 03:48
Thanks for all the great stories. My favorite sf-writer left a superb legacy that I will keep rereading. Tschai, Demon Princes, etc, I could go on.
Rijk
Thursday 30 May 2013 03:45
Jack, thank you for all the wonderful, terrifying and funny visions you shared with us.
Luigi Castellani

Thursday 30 May 2013 03:45
Jack, thank you for all the wonderful, terrifying and funny visions you shared with us.
Luigi Castellani
Thursday 30 May 2013 03:27
大师走好!
Anonymous

Thursday 30 May 2013 03:27
大师走好!
Anonymous
Thursday 30 May 2013 03:25
I only really got to enjoy Jack Vance's work a few years ago when I devoured and loved the Lyonesse saga. I will be happy to continue to read his prose for the rest of my life. Thanks for everything, Jack
Graham Vingoe

Thursday 30 May 2013 03:25
I only really got to enjoy Jack Vance's work a few years ago when I devoured and loved the Lyonesse saga. I will be happy to continue to read his prose for the rest of my life. Thanks for everything, Jack
Graham Vingoe
Thursday 30 May 2013 03:23
Thank you for all the wonderful stories.
Farewell Mr. Vance.
Broes

Thursday 30 May 2013 03:23
Thank you for all the wonderful stories.
Farewell Mr. Vance.
Broes
Thursday 30 May 2013 03:20
Here's to you Jack Vance and thank you for a lifetime of dreams and imagination. I grew up from a very young age reading your books. It started with reading Languages of Pao and the demon princes in Dutch and finding out that after the first book in the cadwal chronicles trilogy it would take a very long while for a sequel! I eventually grew up to own an amazon.com account by myself, ordered books from the US which I still have (in sorry state but still there) and was crushed when during my student years I had to decide between food and the hardcover integral edition. Of course I chose food in the end but had to suffer for years until sfgateway.com and gollancz in the UK decided to rerelease the entire integral edition as ebooks so I could finally reconnect on my kindle paperwhite. It's been a pleasure to slowly reread every book (working my way through all the books that I never got a chance to read) and especially to read all 3 books in the cadwal chronicles! I look forward to owning all your books in electronic format and to rereading them once every few years as I have done with planet of adventure, the alastor cycle, the demon princes, the dying earth and so on! Thank you for sharing your imagination through the medium of books, for enriching my life and for a lifetime of reading!
Anonymous

Thursday 30 May 2013 03:20
Here's to you Jack Vance and thank you for a lifetime of dreams and imagination. I grew up from a very young age reading your books. It started with reading Languages of Pao and the demon princes in Dutch and finding out that after the first book in ... click to read more
Anonymous
Thursday 30 May 2013 03:18
Sadness. Great Jack, I hope that you can sail tOo a far beach in Durdane planet....
Lorenzo "Nova" Bocchio

Thursday 30 May 2013 03:18
Sadness. Great Jack, I hope that you can sail tOo a far beach in Durdane planet....
Lorenzo "Nova" Bocchio
Thursday 30 May 2013 03:10
most of my life I was reading your fantastic stories ,and more than ones.
Thank you Jack for all
those wonderfull hours.

rest in peace,
Jack
john jankiewicz

Thursday 30 May 2013 03:10
most of my life I was reading your fantastic stories ,and more than ones.
Thank you Jack for all
those wonderfull hours.

rest in peace,
Jack
john jankiewicz
Thursday 30 May 2013 03:08
Легкой дороги.
Anonymous

Thursday 30 May 2013 03:08
Легкой дороги.
Anonymous
Thursday 30 May 2013 02:59
merci pour les rêves et bon voyage , farewell M. Vance !
Sverine France

Thursday 30 May 2013 02:59
merci pour les rêves et bon voyage , farewell M. Vance !
Sverine France
Thursday 30 May 2013 02:58
Jack Vance is immortal.
In his books, Jack Vance shall live for centuries, supporting with his indomitable spirit those noble non-conformists who seek justice in this world. Over the years, I've translated into Russian 20 of his books, and every one gave me an incomparable pleasure. Long live Jack Vance!
Alexander Feht

Thursday 30 May 2013 02:58
Jack Vance is immortal.
In his books, Jack Vance shall live for centuries, supporting with his indomitable spirit those noble non-conformists who seek justice in this world. Over the years, I've translated into Russian 20 of his books, and every ... click to read more
Alexander Feht
Thursday 30 May 2013 02:56
We cannot begin to find the words to express how much your works have given us over the years ...

Rest In Peace, Jack!

Ringlords Official

Thursday 30 May 2013 02:56
We cannot begin to find the words to express how much your works have given us over the years ...

Rest In Peace, Jack!

Ringlords Official
Thursday 30 May 2013 02:55
Reading the sad news and your wonderful comments I am just crying like a baby... He was the greatest and he will live forever in his books. The only author that I have continuously re-read all my life
and the only one whose work I
keep in my heart as part of my soul. Sometimes I think all his fantastic universes did really exist in his mind and that he was able to tell us, lucky people, how they were... Buon viaggio Jack e vento in poppa!
Filippo Catani, Firenze, Italy

Thursday 30 May 2013 02:55
Reading the sad news and your wonderful comments I am just crying like a baby... He was the greatest and he will live forever in his books. The only author that I have continuously re-read all my life
and the only one whose work I
keep in my heart ... click to read more
Filippo Catani, Firenze, Italy
Thursday 30 May 2013 02:54
The emperor went out among his subjects to see how they fared, and the author mingled with his fans to hear their thoughts.

The depth of his writing was not always obvious. It started out as a good read, and then it kept improving as one thought more about it and re-read it.
Bjrn

Thursday 30 May 2013 02:54
The emperor went out among his subjects to see how they fared, and the author mingled with his fans to hear their thoughts.

The depth of his writing was not always obvious. It started out as a good read, and then it kept improving as one thought ... click to read more
Bjrn
Thursday 30 May 2013 02:50
I have grown old with Jack Vance and immeasurably enriched by the reading: humor with intelligence, great characters, intricate worlds of wonder unfolded before my eyes. Deeply saddened by the passing of a meteor in the darkness. Go with my greatest of thanks old friend.
Terry Doyle

Thursday 30 May 2013 02:50
I have grown old with Jack Vance and immeasurably enriched by the reading: humor with intelligence, great characters, intricate worlds of wonder unfolded before my eyes. Deeply saddened by the passing of a meteor in the darkness. Go with my greatest ... click to read more
Terry Doyle
Thursday 30 May 2013 02:50
In short. ..

Thank you Sir!
Jack Carson

Thursday 30 May 2013 02:50
In short. ..

Thank you Sir!
Jack Carson
Thursday 30 May 2013 02:39
Thank you, Mr Vance, for all the dreams you fed my mind with.
Rosamaria

Thursday 30 May 2013 02:39
Thank you, Mr Vance, for all the dreams you fed my mind with.
Rosamaria
Thursday 30 May 2013 02:39
Dear Mr Vance,

My journey started with the discovery of Emphyrio, continued through a kaleidoscope of your other books, and remains thankfully incomplete, as I still have yet to read a few of your works. Thank you for the many times that you've transported me to far and fantastic places. You will long be remembered.
Jeffrey A

Thursday 30 May 2013 02:39
Dear Mr Vance,

My journey started with the discovery of Emphyrio, continued through a kaleidoscope of your other books, and remains thankfully incomplete, as I still have yet to read a few of your works. Thank you for the many times that you've ... click to read more
Jeffrey A
Thursday 30 May 2013 02:23
I read The Last Castle a very long time ago
and it was good, kept reading and it got
better.Thank you Jack,go well.
Simon Richardson

Thursday 30 May 2013 02:23
I read The Last Castle a very long time ago
and it was good, kept reading and it got
better.Thank you Jack,go well.
Simon Richardson
Thursday 30 May 2013 02:23
Jack Vance has passed on, but his writing remains. Lucky us who get to to read and delight in his work, for the first time or over and over again!
Nils Weinander

Thursday 30 May 2013 02:23
Jack Vance has passed on, but his writing remains. Lucky us who get to to read and delight in his work, for the first time or over and over again!
Nils Weinander
Thursday 30 May 2013 02:20
Jack Vance was my favorite author. When I finished the Lyonesse saga, it was like saying farewell to an old friend.
Farewell, Mr. Vance.
Peter A Lindstrom

Thursday 30 May 2013 02:20
Jack Vance was my favorite author. When I finished the Lyonesse saga, it was like saying farewell to an old friend.
Farewell, Mr. Vance.
Peter A Lindstrom
Thursday 30 May 2013 01:51
千古文章,不外乎叹生之玄妙, 环视四海,何以见书魂之亡
Anonymous

Thursday 30 May 2013 01:51
千古文章,不外乎叹生之玄妙, 环视四海,何以见书魂之亡
Anonymous
Thursday 30 May 2013 01:50
One of my very favorite authors.
Great stories, incredibly creative settings, superb and clever characters and dialog, beautiful language... Jack's work is unique.
Thank you so much Mr. Vance!
Steven Lewis

Thursday 30 May 2013 01:50
One of my very favorite authors.
Great stories, incredibly creative settings, superb and clever characters and dialog, beautiful language... Jack's work is unique.
Thank you so much Mr. Vance!
Steven Lewis
Thursday 30 May 2013 01:49
I discovered Jack Vance through a fever for early SF writers. I must admit i hated fantasy or adventure books at that moment and Jack Vance just turned my mind with his amazing books. What a great memory, reading the dying earth cycle while listen to iron maiden ! beyond his death, it is also the end of a great generation of authors that just left ashamed so many today's "SF" writers.

a french fan.
christophe

Thursday 30 May 2013 01:49
I discovered Jack Vance through a fever for early SF writers. I must admit i hated fantasy or adventure books at that moment and Jack Vance just turned my mind with his amazing books. What a great memory, reading the dying earth cycle while listen ... click to read more
christophe
Thursday 30 May 2013 01:44
I've read Jack Vance since I was fifteen, hooked forever by a short passage in The Dying Earth that mentions a tiny pink light bobbing in a distant, dark forest. No other explanation, everything left to my imagination. I've never stopped reading and rereading him since (I'm now 43). RIP to another master.
Chun the Unavoidable (Carl Barlow)

Thursday 30 May 2013 01:44
I've read Jack Vance since I was fifteen, hooked forever by a short passage in The Dying Earth that mentions a tiny pink light bobbing in a distant, dark forest. No other explanation, everything left to my imagination. I've never stopped reading and ... click to read more
Chun the Unavoidable (Carl Barlow)
Thursday 30 May 2013 01:39
Merci Monsieur Vance pour tous ces mondes merveilleux que vous m'avez fait découvrir depuis 40 ans ..Merci aussi d' avoir donné le gout de la lecture et de l'aventure à un jeune ado...Bon voyage..
Pierre Auvray

Thursday 30 May 2013 01:39
Merci Monsieur Vance pour tous ces mondes merveilleux que vous m'avez fait découvrir depuis 40 ans ..Merci aussi d' avoir donné le gout de la lecture et de l'aventure à un jeune ado...Bon voyage..
Pierre Auvray
Thursday 30 May 2013 01:35
I discovered Vance's work in 2005.
He became my favorite writer, without equal.
I spoke with him on the phone for hours not too long ago.
He was a genuine man and a credit to us all.
Long Live Vance.
Rest in peace, friend.
Aaron Singleton

Thursday 30 May 2013 01:35
I discovered Vance's work in 2005.
He became my favorite writer, without equal.
I spoke with him on the phone for hours not too long ago.
He was a genuine man and a credit to us all.
Long Live Vance.
Rest in peace, friend.
Aaron Singleton
Thursday 30 May 2013 01:25
Merci Jack pour tous ces fabuleux voyages.
Seb

Thursday 30 May 2013 01:25
Merci Jack pour tous ces fabuleux voyages.
Seb
Thursday 30 May 2013 01:25
Your short story collection blew my mind. I always like it when it happens. Kepeät mullat, as they say in Finland.
Shimo Suntila

Thursday 30 May 2013 01:25
Your short story collection blew my mind. I always like it when it happens. Kepeät mullat, as they say in Finland.
Shimo Suntila
Thursday 30 May 2013 01:24
One of the first authors to turn me on to the Fantasy genre, he will always remain one of my very favorites.

Thank you for the many hours of bliss and joy I got, reading of your many worlds of wonder.
Mehdi

Thursday 30 May 2013 01:24
One of the first authors to turn me on to the Fantasy genre, he will always remain one of my very favorites.

Thank you for the many hours of bliss and joy I got, reading of your many worlds of wonder.
Mehdi
Thursday 30 May 2013 01:20
Thank you for the awesome books and stories you have shared with us. Rest in Peace Jack Vance.
Peter

Thursday 30 May 2013 01:20
Thank you for the awesome books and stories you have shared with us. Rest in Peace Jack Vance.
Peter