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 07:19
I found that in any area of arts there is one special hero for you, without whom your life would have been so much less rich. I grew up reading the books of Jack Vance and, indeed, he's been my hero in literature all along.
Kevin Polder

Thursday 30 May 2013 07:19
I found that in any area of arts there is one special hero for you, without whom your life would have been so much less rich. I grew up reading the books of Jack Vance and, indeed, he's been my hero in literature all along.
Kevin Polder
Thursday 30 May 2013 07:16
My first Jack Vance experience was reading THE DEMON PRINCES. Since then I searched for his other books and lost my self in his marvelous creations. He embodied the sense of wonder. I am fortunate to have a copy of THE DYING EARTH and TO LIVE FOREVER signed by Jack. He will live forever in his books and the hearts of his many fans.
Daniel del Valle

Thursday 30 May 2013 07:16
My first Jack Vance experience was reading THE DEMON PRINCES. Since then I searched for his other books and lost my self in his marvelous creations. He embodied the sense of wonder. I am fortunate to have a copy of THE DYING EARTH and TO LIVE ... click to read more
Daniel del Valle
Thursday 30 May 2013 07:15
My favourite author, his writing was truly inspired. My condolences go out to the Vance family at this time.
Richard Francis

Thursday 30 May 2013 07:15
My favourite author, his writing was truly inspired. My condolences go out to the Vance family at this time.
Richard Francis
Thursday 30 May 2013 07:14
Thanks Jack, for many, many hours full of "sense of wonder". May your voyage take you to the myriad destinations that you imagined.
Wim Crusio

Thursday 30 May 2013 07:14
Thanks Jack, for many, many hours full of "sense of wonder". May your voyage take you to the myriad destinations that you imagined.
Wim Crusio
Thursday 30 May 2013 07:14
So many hours of wonderment & pleasure......Thank you forever......"He stared down at the characters and they burned with an urgent power, pressing off the page as if frantic to leave the dark solitude of the book."
Andrew Stewart

Thursday 30 May 2013 07:14
So many hours of wonderment & pleasure......Thank you forever......"He stared down at the characters and they burned with an urgent power, pressing off the page as if frantic to leave the dark solitude of the book."
Andrew Stewart
Thursday 30 May 2013 07:13
I started with Planet of Adventure and then devoured the rest of Jack's work as fast as I could find it. That unique voice and astonishing imagination made it very difficult for me to read anything else for a long long time. Thanks for the journey Jack and good luck in your next adventure!
John Danahay

Thursday 30 May 2013 07:13
I started with Planet of Adventure and then devoured the rest of Jack's work as fast as I could find it. That unique voice and astonishing imagination made it very difficult for me to read anything else for a long long time. Thanks for the journey ... click to read more
John Danahay
Thursday 30 May 2013 07:10
Your books are always fresh to take up again , and the idea s in it are now reality . Many of his books are worth
a movie, where there is hardly good SF movies available, and surely lacking humor. So my big wish is as a tribute, A 5- season series with Kirth Gersen as the main character in it,
beginning with The Starking as 1 st season. Thank you
much, Jack
frank kerssens

Thursday 30 May 2013 07:10
Your books are always fresh to take up again , and the idea s in it are now reality . Many of his books are worth
a movie, where there is hardly good SF movies available, and surely lacking humor. So my big wish is as a tribute, A 5- season series ... click to read more
frank kerssens
Thursday 30 May 2013 07:06
The first SF I read, the best SF I read. He will be my hero forever. Jack Vance the master, may he rest in peace.
Gustaaf

Thursday 30 May 2013 07:06
The first SF I read, the best SF I read. He will be my hero forever. Jack Vance the master, may he rest in peace.
Gustaaf
Thursday 30 May 2013 07:04
Jack has been my faverite SF-writes for more than 30 years. I still re-read much of his books. Thanks for the many happy hours Jack. I can only assume that you lived your life in the spirit of your main characters, so I won't mourn for you and look with hope to the future
Frank Volkering

Thursday 30 May 2013 07:04
Jack has been my faverite SF-writes for more than 30 years. I still re-read much of his books. Thanks for the many happy hours Jack. I can only assume that you lived your life in the spirit of your main characters, so I won't mourn for you and look ... click to read more
Frank Volkering
Thursday 30 May 2013 07:01
Jack Vance's novel "The Dragon Masters" was the first book I read in English. I managed to work my way through it with the help of a Dutch translation to which I referred when I lost the plot. The book was given to me on my 15th birthday by my cousin Ron Huijser (also a SF fan) who challenged me to read books in the original language. I will miss Mr Vance, as I miss my cousin Ron. Both RIP.
Kees Huyser

Thursday 30 May 2013 07:01
Jack Vance's novel "The Dragon Masters" was the first book I read in English. I managed to work my way through it with the help of a Dutch translation to which I referred when I lost the plot. The book was given to me on my 15th birthday by my ... click to read more
Kees Huyser
Thursday 30 May 2013 07:00
R.I.P. Jack, and thank you for, the nice moments you have given me and my whole famelie.
Jenne Aakster

Thursday 30 May 2013 07:00
R.I.P. Jack, and thank you for, the nice moments you have given me and my whole famelie.
Jenne Aakster
Thursday 30 May 2013 06:58
As a young boy age 13 I start to read books. Start with The Hobbit and 1 month later I ended with The Lord of The Rings. But after that I found myself in Science Fiction. My first book was one of Jack Vance, can't remember if it was Tschai or The Killing Machine. I read myself trough the bookshelves of my parents (about 150 books). After that I start to buildup my own SF bookshelves. Thanks to JJR Tolkien and Jack Vance I found a wonderful world. Today I count about 1700 SF&F books, all translated into Dutch. So forgive me if I wrote down some strange English, it is not my native language.
Ren

Thursday 30 May 2013 06:58
As a young boy age 13 I start to read books. Start with The Hobbit and 1 month later I ended with The Lord of The Rings. But after that I found myself in Science Fiction. My first book was one of Jack Vance, can't remember if it was Tschai or The ... click to read more
Ren
Thursday 30 May 2013 06:58
5 generations of my family loved your work. Last of the Golden Age authors, and the most creative, and my personal favorite. From your Captain Video scripts, to your books, your ideas poured forth in a wide-eyes froth that changes everything they touched, and influenced and inspired the creation of so many works by others. Rest in peace.
Andrew Byro

Thursday 30 May 2013 06:58
5 generations of my family loved your work. Last of the Golden Age authors, and the most creative, and my personal favorite. From your Captain Video scripts, to your books, your ideas poured forth in a wide-eyes froth that changes everything they ... click to read more
Andrew Byro
Thursday 30 May 2013 06:57
Thank you so much for tickling my imagination Sir. I wish you all the best in the Greater Heavens, and I'd like so express my support for your family and friends, who remain behind, tied to this earth for now.
Robert

Thursday 30 May 2013 06:57
Thank you so much for tickling my imagination Sir. I wish you all the best in the Greater Heavens, and I'd like so express my support for your family and friends, who remain behind, tied to this earth for now.
Robert
Thursday 30 May 2013 06:52
I love you Dying Earth. Rest in peace,Jack.
Anonymous

Thursday 30 May 2013 06:52
I love you Dying Earth. Rest in peace,Jack.
Anonymous
Thursday 30 May 2013 06:47
Jack, you were a father to me.
Gary

Thursday 30 May 2013 06:47
Jack, you were a father to me.
Gary
Thursday 30 May 2013 06:45
Thanks a lot for your books Jack. You were one of the great sf-authors. You won`t be forgotten. Condolences to the family.
Thomas

Thursday 30 May 2013 06:45
Thanks a lot for your books Jack. You were one of the great sf-authors. You won`t be forgotten. Condolences to the family.
Thomas
Thursday 30 May 2013 06:45
Just wanted to say Planet of Adventure is one of my favorite books of all time- Thanks Jack you will be missed.
Chris F

Thursday 30 May 2013 06:45
Just wanted to say Planet of Adventure is one of my favorite books of all time- Thanks Jack you will be missed.
Chris F
Thursday 30 May 2013 06:41
He is my favorite SF author… and I had the pleasure and honnor to illustrate some of his books in France, Tschaï and Cugel… I'm sad…
Philippe Caza

Thursday 30 May 2013 06:41
He is my favorite SF author… and I had the pleasure and honnor to illustrate some of his books in France, Tschaï and Cugel… I'm sad…
Philippe Caza
Thursday 30 May 2013 06:41
Sadly my favorite writer has passed away. Lots of strength to his family. Jack Vance has inspired me since I started to read his books. He will keep on doing that forever and ever.
Remco de Jong

Thursday 30 May 2013 06:41
Sadly my favorite writer has passed away. Lots of strength to his family. Jack Vance has inspired me since I started to read his books. He will keep on doing that forever and ever.
Remco de Jong
Thursday 30 May 2013 06:39
We mourn his passing and offer condolences to his family and celebrate his magnificent body of work - a life well lived.
Joe St.Johanser

Thursday 30 May 2013 06:39
We mourn his passing and offer condolences to his family and celebrate his magnificent body of work - a life well lived.
Joe St.Johanser
Thursday 30 May 2013 06:33
Het was een prachtig ervaring om als 15-jarige Lyonesse te ontdekken tussen de boeken van mijn vader op die saaie vakantie in St. Malo. Danzij jou maakte ik toch de reis van mijn leven.
In één woord; sprankelend!
M@rtijn Bakker

Thursday 30 May 2013 06:33
Het was een prachtig ervaring om als 15-jarige Lyonesse te ontdekken tussen de boeken van mijn vader op die saaie vakantie in St. Malo. Danzij jou maakte ik toch de reis van mijn leven.
In één woord; sprankelend!
M@rtijn Bakker
Thursday 30 May 2013 06:32
Jack, you were one of my favourite writers during my teenage years, together with Asimov and Clarke.
I specially loved reading your Demon Princes and Tschai series.
I will always remember your imagination for creating FASCINATING WORLDS.
Henkne

Thursday 30 May 2013 06:32
Jack, you were one of my favourite writers during my teenage years, together with Asimov and Clarke.
I specially loved reading your Demon Princes and Tschai series.
I will always remember your imagination for creating FASCINATING WORLDS.
Henkne
Thursday 30 May 2013 06:26
The daft and batty wonder of the dying earth will live in my heart as one of my favorite imaginary worlds forever.
Su Jolly

Thursday 30 May 2013 06:26
The daft and batty wonder of the dying earth will live in my heart as one of my favorite imaginary worlds forever.
Su Jolly
Thursday 30 May 2013 06:24
Thank you Jack, for enriching my life with beautifull stories of amazing wonder.
Jan Willem Barends

Thursday 30 May 2013 06:24
Thank you Jack, for enriching my life with beautifull stories of amazing wonder.
Jan Willem Barends
Thursday 30 May 2013 06:20
Jack Vance was an incredible writer who touched my life and changed it. Thank you, Jack, for all your wonderful books; thank you for your vision, humour and richly colourful language. Thank you!
Rhys Hughes

Thursday 30 May 2013 06:20
Jack Vance was an incredible writer who touched my life and changed it. Thank you, Jack, for all your wonderful books; thank you for your vision, humour and richly colourful language. Thank you!
Rhys Hughes
Thursday 30 May 2013 06:18
Thank you Mr. Jack Vance for the fantastic stories that you wrote. Ik love them all, especially Tschai and Durdane. May you rest in Peace.
Kees Hoeben

Thursday 30 May 2013 06:18
Thank you Mr. Jack Vance for the fantastic stories that you wrote. Ik love them all, especially Tschai and Durdane. May you rest in Peace.
Kees Hoeben
Thursday 30 May 2013 06:14
Muchísimas gracias por hacerme soñar despierto

Te echaré mucho de menos.
Ramn Yez

Thursday 30 May 2013 06:14
Muchísimas gracias por hacerme soñar despierto

Te echaré mucho de menos.
Ramn Yez
Thursday 30 May 2013 06:10
Thanks Jack
Anonymous

Thursday 30 May 2013 06:10
Thanks Jack
Anonymous
Thursday 30 May 2013 06:10
Amaranth for ever, thank you very much for enriching my life for half a century by now! May you rest in peace for perpetuity!
Ronald Smolders

Thursday 30 May 2013 06:10
Amaranth for ever, thank you very much for enriching my life for half a century by now! May you rest in peace for perpetuity!
Ronald Smolders
Thursday 30 May 2013 06:09
Thank you for giving to us, your readers, such a tremendous feeling of great and unique adventure.
Edward Kloczko

Thursday 30 May 2013 06:09
Thank you for giving to us, your readers, such a tremendous feeling of great and unique adventure.
Edward Kloczko
Thursday 30 May 2013 06:08
I read a few books of J. Vance, but loved them all. We were blessed to have him on this Earth, for such a long time, and that he was able to live a long, happy, free and creative life. Farewell, Rest in Peace Mr Vance.
Valerie Coupland

Thursday 30 May 2013 06:08
I read a few books of J. Vance, but loved them all. We were blessed to have him on this Earth, for such a long time, and that he was able to live a long, happy, free and creative life. Farewell, Rest in Peace Mr Vance.
Valerie Coupland
Thursday 30 May 2013 06:05
You return to the stars...farewell Mr. Vance...
G.G.

Thursday 30 May 2013 06:05
You return to the stars...farewell Mr. Vance...
G.G.
Thursday 30 May 2013 06:05
Definitely not the news I wanted to hear today. Rest well, Jack, while you're sailing the seas of infinity. I hope you'll discover more stories worth telling...
Jos

Thursday 30 May 2013 06:05
Definitely not the news I wanted to hear today. Rest well, Jack, while you're sailing the seas of infinity. I hope you'll discover more stories worth telling...
Jos
Thursday 30 May 2013 06:03
Growing up would never have been as great without the stories and worlds Jack created. If there ever was a writer who had the ability to take
the reader along with him through an entire galaxy, filled with the most imaginative people, creatures, cultures, ...,
it was most definitively Jack.

So thanks for taking us all along, Jack.
I'll definitely will miss you!
Tom Schoonbaert

Thursday 30 May 2013 06:03
Growing up would never have been as great without the stories and worlds Jack created. If there ever was a writer who had the ability to take
the reader along with him through an entire galaxy, filled with the most imaginative people, creatures, ... click to read more
Tom Schoonbaert
Thursday 30 May 2013 06:00
For me Jack Vance was great as the connatic tower in Numenes. I regularly reread his books and i'll do this a longtime. I had the chance to talk with him in Poitiers several years ago. It was a very important moment for me.
Good sailing in the σταρς,
Jack !
Olivier Bouchard

Thursday 30 May 2013 06:00
For me Jack Vance was great as the connatic tower in Numenes. I regularly reread his books and i'll do this a longtime. I had the chance to talk with him in Poitiers several years ago. It was a very important moment for me.
Good sailing in the ... click to read more
Olivier Bouchard
Thursday 30 May 2013 05:58
Wat een man, al die werelden in zijn hoofd. Met recht FANTASTISCH. Ik ben heel blij dat hij zo veel geschreven heeft. En ook dat hij thuis is overleden op een eerbiedwaardige leeftijd. Ik zal zijn boeken altijd blijven herlezen!
Anonymous

Thursday 30 May 2013 05:58
Wat een man, al die werelden in zijn hoofd. Met recht FANTASTISCH. Ik ben heel blij dat hij zo veel geschreven heeft. En ook dat hij thuis is overleden op een eerbiedwaardige leeftijd. Ik zal zijn boeken altijd blijven herlezen!
Anonymous
Thursday 30 May 2013 05:57
We'll miss you Jack, Have a great journey between the stars or in some other beautiful world. say hi to Cugel :)
Reem

Thursday 30 May 2013 05:57
We'll miss you Jack, Have a great journey between the stars or in some other beautiful world. say hi to Cugel :)
Reem
Thursday 30 May 2013 05:47
The end of a generation...
Peter Motte

Thursday 30 May 2013 05:47
The end of a generation...
Peter Motte
Thursday 30 May 2013 05:39
His stories have given me inestimable joy since the day I found The Dying Earth in a used book store in the mid 80s. Universes have passed. Here's to Jack Vance.
Jason Towers

Thursday 30 May 2013 05:39
His stories have given me inestimable joy since the day I found The Dying Earth in a used book store in the mid 80s. Universes have passed. Here's to Jack Vance.
Jason Towers
Thursday 30 May 2013 05:38
Your imaginary worlds and very real characters will live forever in my heart. Thank you, Jack.
Enoo

Thursday 30 May 2013 05:38
Your imaginary worlds and very real characters will live forever in my heart. Thank you, Jack.
Enoo
Thursday 30 May 2013 05:38
Jack, you'll be sorely missed! Everything you wrote was so beautifully put together, there'll never be another writer like you! I hope that your work will continue to be published and that readers continue to discover your amazing works!
Aaron Cathers

Thursday 30 May 2013 05:38
Jack, you'll be sorely missed! Everything you wrote was so beautifully put together, there'll never be another writer like you! I hope that your work will continue to be published and that readers continue to discover your amazing works!
Aaron Cathers
Thursday 30 May 2013 05:37
Une magnifique page de littérature s’achève avec la disparition de ce grand Homme.
sethie

Thursday 30 May 2013 05:37
Une magnifique page de littérature s’achève avec la disparition de ce grand Homme.
sethie
Thursday 30 May 2013 05:36
Gracias Jack:
I've read your work since I was 15 years old.Every year I reread some of your books. Thanks for this great stories.
We will miss you
David

Thursday 30 May 2013 05:36
Gracias Jack:
I've read your work since I was 15 years old.Every year I reread some of your books. Thanks for this great stories.
We will miss you
David
Thursday 30 May 2013 05:36
Sad tiding!
May you find lots of love on your last journey m8
RIP
Ham

Thursday 30 May 2013 05:36
Sad tiding!
May you find lots of love on your last journey m8
RIP
Ham
Thursday 30 May 2013 05:34
Simply the best SF practicioner the world has seen. A consistent entertainer, his surperbly crafted books will be read over and again. What a great legacy. Thanks for all the great mind-food, Jack. RIP.
Stephen Bell

Thursday 30 May 2013 05:34
Simply the best SF practicioner the world has seen. A consistent entertainer, his surperbly crafted books will be read over and again. What a great legacy. Thanks for all the great mind-food, Jack. RIP.
Stephen Bell
Thursday 30 May 2013 05:32
The world lost a towering, formidable spirit.
I lost my Grandpa.
Jack

Thursday 30 May 2013 05:32
The world lost a towering, formidable spirit.
I lost my Grandpa.
Jack
Thursday 30 May 2013 05:29
Jack Vance was a friend of mine. He taught me that imagination lasts a lifetime.
Serkanner

Thursday 30 May 2013 05:29
Jack Vance was a friend of mine. He taught me that imagination lasts a lifetime.
Serkanner
Thursday 30 May 2013 05:27
I have read and re-read nearly everything Jack wrote. His words have shaped my thoughts on many topics. I mourn his passing and I am grateful that it was peaceful. My sincere best wishes and condolences are extended to his surviving family. Remember him well, he was a gem.
Richard

Thursday 30 May 2013 05:27
I have read and re-read nearly everything Jack wrote. His words have shaped my thoughts on many topics. I mourn his passing and I am grateful that it was peaceful. My sincere best wishes and condolences are extended to his surviving family. Remember ... click to read more
Richard
Thursday 30 May 2013 05:24
Aah Jack! We are bereft...
Mike R

Thursday 30 May 2013 05:24
Aah Jack! We are bereft...
Mike R
Thursday 30 May 2013 05:24
I'm so glad I discovered the work of Jack Vance as a teenager. Now, 20 years later, he still is my favorite writer and probably always will be. Thanks for all the great work. R.i.p.
Raf S

Thursday 30 May 2013 05:24
I'm so glad I discovered the work of Jack Vance as a teenager. Now, 20 years later, he still is my favorite writer and probably always will be. Thanks for all the great work. R.i.p.
Raf S
Thursday 30 May 2013 05:23
Your stories brought joy to my heart and laughter to my face. You are sorely missed.
Hoku the Fat

Thursday 30 May 2013 05:23
Your stories brought joy to my heart and laughter to my face. You are sorely missed.
Hoku the Fat
Thursday 30 May 2013 05:20
I keep on my heart and mind that diner we shared in 98' in Poitiers. You gave me lots of advices for my writing works. Thank you for that, and also for all your amazing stories. You were, and you remain my spiritual father.
Philippe Monot

Thursday 30 May 2013 05:20
I keep on my heart and mind that diner we shared in 98' in Poitiers. You gave me lots of advices for my writing works. Thank you for that, and also for all your amazing stories. You were, and you remain my spiritual father.
Philippe Monot
Thursday 30 May 2013 05:18
Live for ever
Mathijs from Leiden

Thursday 30 May 2013 05:18
Live for ever
Mathijs from Leiden
Thursday 30 May 2013 05:18
Gone but not forgotten. His wit will live forever!
Nick Westgate

Thursday 30 May 2013 05:18
Gone but not forgotten. His wit will live forever!
Nick Westgate
Thursday 30 May 2013 05:14
Your books are faithful friends since i discovered them at 12 , and now at 45 i still love to wander into the forest of Tantrevalles.
You will be missed and i suppose we all feel a little orphan. Thanks for all your works, the marvels of your worlds, your brillant and smart style and plots.
I wish the Vance integral edition
will be translated in many languages. Wherever you are now, i guess the sunsets, wine and food are greats;) Au revoir
Francois

Thursday 30 May 2013 05:14
Your books are faithful friends since i discovered them at 12 , and now at 45 i still love to wander into the forest of Tantrevalles.
You will be missed and i suppose we all feel a little orphan. Thanks for all your works, the marvels of your ... click to read more
Francois
Thursday 30 May 2013 05:12
Thanks Jack

been a fan since forever, bought everything you wrote more than once for the sheer joy of it

always love reading and rereading your work - you made the first real aliens alien!
owen butler

Thursday 30 May 2013 05:12
Thanks Jack

been a fan since forever, bought everything you wrote more than once for the sheer joy of it

always love reading and rereading your work - you made the first real aliens alien!
owen butler
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