Sterling E. Lanier Message Board

Alan J. Kammeyer posts on 1/31/2007 10:41:56 AM I'm sorry to learn of Mr. Lanier's death. I'd often wondered about about the third book in the Heiro Trilogy since I discovered a calendar in 1977 which indicated that it was supposed to be a trilogy. You can imagine my excitement when The Unforsaken Heiro was published in 1983. Oh well. I certainly hope that DelRey books has the smarts to keep the two existing books in print.
Yael Dragwyla posts on 12/12/2006 1:15:30 AM My favorite of all Sterling Lanier's work is his duo THE UNFORSAKEN HIERO. The second novel in the set was obviously meant to have a sequel. I'd love to see it if anyone ever writes it. I'd also love to get audiobook versions of all his work, and somebody, somewhere, <i>please</i> make a movie out of THE UNFORSAKEN HEIRO! (And by the way, what in this is baby-talk, foul language, or otherwise unacceptable? Your site wouldn't accept it.)
Jerry posts on 11/25/2006 7:41:56 PM Will there be a third book in the series?

crackers posts on 11/15/2006 7:10:27 AM read the "hiero" books in my teens and was wraped.both books were lost in the following years and i have only recently re-aquired them. ive always wondered if there is a No 3 and, after finding this site and reading the books again, i can only hope that someone is offered the opportunity to use what Mr Lanier had written to finish a fantastic story. i bet it would be a best seller!
posts on 9/17/2006 2:20:18 AM Mark, No worries. Cute and fuzzy won't be any part of my script!
posts on 9/8/2006 4:20:48 PM Hola Julio, Are you writing the script on spec? Please try to avoid making the Klootz and Gorm"cute". Hollywood always does that to its profound detriment. HJ is not a children's book despite the lack of sex and extreme violence.
posts on 9/8/2006 9:40:35 AM Below is an excerpt from bad translation of a German web posting. STERLING E. LANIER ...Also as sculptors it had successes and was represented on some exhibitions. (1927)
posts on 9/4/2006 11:36:40 AM Re the query of the Sculpteres at the Smithsonian, in a postscript to one of the Lanier books I read it mentioned that he had exhibited at this Institute, so looks probable.
posts on 8/20/2006 3:39:39 PM Can anyone cofirm to me that this Sterling lanier, the author, is the same Lanier who created a series of small miniature bronze sculptures of prehistoric animals for the Smithsonian Museum back in the late 1950's, early 1960's. I am trying to confirm this information for a book I am writing about Dinosaur collectibles.
posts on 8/20/2006 1:30:33 AM I'm adapting Hiero's Journey as a screenplay! Follow my progress on my blog.
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