The New York Journal of Books reviews Gun Machine:
A clever, clever story evoking the earthy darkness of the island’s long lost forests and illuminating it with a fiber optic flicker… . Here is a book anyone interested in the Big Apple should read—it is not only a hunt for an unforgettable killer, but a quest to exhume the many New Yorks that have evaded our eye.
“Gun Machine is a novel that never stops to draw breath. It’s a monster of a book, bowel-looseningly scary in places, darkly uproarious in others, and remorseless as the killer who hunts in its pages. Ellis never disappoints, but this is particularly good, even by the high standards of a Warren Ellis tale.”
FYI: Gun Machine is now on sale. Happy new year, indeed.