In Just Sky, Stephen Jackley offers a powerful account of his journey from adolescent life in Devonshire to his early adult years as a bank robber and criminal serving time in a Vermont prison. Jackley relates with unflinching honesty how he became convinced of his mission to redress the inequalities of modern capitalism in a series of ‘Robin Hood’ crimes intended to take from the rich and give to the poor. He interweaves his many travel experiences across Europe, Asia and America with stark descriptions of contemporary prison culture and moments of searching introspection. His sensitive reflections on his past motivations and actions make for compelling reading. Ultimately, Just Sky is a must for anyone interested in autobiography and true crime.