Review Of Gun Machine By Warren Ellis
The pacing is tight yet there are moments where a reader can stop and absorb the details. This is due to the switches in points of view between Detective Tallow and the character known as the Hunter. Speaking of the characters they are all developed to the points the story requires them to be. This does not mean we fail to get a picture of their looks and personality but that they are only developed to certain levels. As for the settings I truly believe that Warren Ellis did a good job of portraying New York and Manhattan. However he does slightly fail to give a sense of the aggressive traffic at times. Though all said I have to recommend this book for those looking for a crime story in the fiction drama with heart and humor. Also I recommend it more for the interactions of the two CSUs and Tallow versus anything else.