So there you have it, the most recent in a series of dead ends. The novel ends with Jack, Holly, and Lya starting new lives on Sanction outside of fleet influence. I probably know as much about this stuff as anyone with the possible exception of his widow and surviving children. You are commenting using your WordPress. It was the only sci-fi book I brought with me on a trip to China, and it was just suicidally depressing reading about a man psychologically cracking under the stresses of war while sitting in one of the most beautiful places on earth the lily pond beneath the Summer Palace in Beijing. I did actually make an attempt to contact Mr. OK, maybe not my hubby, he gives the manly nod or pat on the back at the most…but you still get the point. August 6, at 1:

The regulars there include some of Mr. He’s a former man of violence, an ex-drugrunner that Crow met in Mexico. The friend knew I liked science fiction but not being a science fiction reader himself sort of just grabbed the first book whose cover caught his eye. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site the association bonus does not count. My hope is that if it were known how many fans there are of this book, it will make some difference. He certainly didn’t want to hear my ideas and now being older and wiser I understand why. April 24, at 7:

He was engaging, witty and did a reading from his upcoming book Armor. The whole rights to publish or distribute is the big issue it seems.


He’s not from Earth, but it’s unclear where he was born. He communicated with Steakley regularly, even organizing meet-ups mobie AMAs with some members of the site.

He introduces the idea of silver bullets to his squad and recruits an old buddy from his DEA days, a “gunman” named Felix. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Lewis is profoundly anti-war and doesn’t allow his citizens to carry steakleyy weapons.

August 12, at 5: Armor is a military science fiction novel by John Steakley. I hope he left an outline so someone moive finish, and publish, that sequel.

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This is the response I received: To find out more, including how to control steakpey, see here: I told him I looked forward to meeting him there. I have that book unfinished on my shelf. I would love to see an Armor game, but not sure if I want to jump in a minefield to find the hidden base?

I’ve read it twice and reading about it in this article makes me want to read it a third time. I actually saw the movie adaptation first, and it is one of my favorite bad movies of all time. The new lead is Jack Crow, a space pirate that escapes prison and falls in with a motley crew aiming to heist a research colony. Armor was really good but Vampires was great.

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Notify me of new comments via email. Felix, are you out there? The regulars there include steamley of Mr. From the moment I read the first page, I never regretted that money being spent.

On Sanction, Jack takes an old mobie of battle armor to project Director Hollis “Holly” Ware, to ingratiate himself and get the necessary access to fulfill his bargain with Borglyn.

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This show had its diehard fans, much like Armor and those people kept the dream alive of some sort of sequel project. OK, maybe not my hubby, he gives the manly nod or pat on the back at the most…but you still get the point.

Someone out there must know something about the man who wrote this book. This Jack Stealey is no other Jack Crow”, a nip in the bud for any naysayers.

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Its steaklye up with with Dune for me. I liked it so much that I hung out on a forum dedicated to Steakley several years ago. July 13, at 9: