posts on 12/13/2011 9:54:21 AM
Looks like it has been a while since anyone posted here but I have some news from the publishers (well sort of).
I emailed them to see if they plan on releasing any more of his books and you will find the answer below.
Before you read the email I would suggest that any fans out there email Orbit direct to request more info.
Not sure that there are many fans still out there now but maybe if people start to take an interest then they will release the last book(s). Personally I loved his books and thought he was a unique talent.
Here was the reply from Orbit:
Thanks for your email.
There’s a possibility we may be publishing the next two books in this series, but nothing has been finalised yet. We’re afraid we can’t offer any further info at this time, but we will of course make an announcement if we will be publishing them.
The Orbit Team
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LITTLE, BROWN BOOK GROUP
100 Victoria Embankment
London EC4Y 0DY
Tel: 0207 911 8948"
posts on 1/22/2008 12:42:54 PM
Wikipedia lists and eigth novel in the Seafort saga--Galahad's Hope. It says there's a manuscript but no word about publication. Anyone hear anything. I just discovered the series--almost done book two--and am enjoying. Good bathtub books.
posts on 8/12/2007 3:11:14 AM
Sorry to hear about him leaving us. The Seafort books would make a great series of movies. Hollywood can't make anything original anymore. If his anyone in his family is interested I am working on a screenplay.
posts on 12/23/2006 11:41:49 AM
Why such the glommy writtings people David had a great life and was an amazing author I am sure he is having a great time in heaven looking down on yall (though he may not know you) still talk about his succeses, it will cheer you up. Not that he died and that his life is over cause now he is in a much better place. Always look at the bright side. :)
posts on 3/29/2006 6:20:31 AM
I just came on-line to see if I could fins some information on a new Seafort novel. You see, about a week ago, I was looking though my shelves trying to find something to read. Voices of Hope jumped out at me for some reason (figuratively) and I finished it not two hours ago, only to find out that he had passed away. It's a little weird, and I thought I would share.
posts on 3/22/2006 3:00:17 PM
i will pray for the family of david
he seemed to be a good man, sorry for the losss.
posts on 3/22/2006 8:15:28 AM
NEWS: Author David Feintuch passed away in his home on Thursday evening 3/16/06. Flowers may be sent to Gorsline-Runciman in Mason, Michigan. Announcements will be made about upcoming publishing dates as information becomes known.
posts on 9/3/2005 7:09:33 AM
Well it appears that Domanic has put to rest all our questions!
Lets hear a word from the author just to let us know all is well...
posts on 8/26/2005 9:46:54 PM
David fientuch just happens to be my grandpa and i already have a copy of the next seafort book. Ha Ha bitches!!!
posts on 8/10/2005 5:27:01 PM
We have not heard from you in a long time ,so we just have to ask did you burn out and run out of ideas after the King and the last Seafort book.
I keep checking the bookself at all the local stores but there is nothing new. If your not feeling well then I wish you all the best. If you are feeling well then buddy it's time to get off vacation and sit your back side down and write us a book.
PS. If you got writers block send me an email. I have alot of questions that might give you a start.
Your reader(and paper master) Van