Warren Ellis, author of "Gun Machine"

Once in a very blue moon, John Tallow imagined his younger self standing down the timeline from his present life, bare toes curling in teenage beach sand, looking ahead to today and watching his future life collapse in on itself like a dying star. His future life becoming small and dark and dense, its gravity apparently grim and inescapable.

Once in a very blue moon, John Tallow spent some cash on a bottle of vodka and drank it at home within an hour.”

~ Warren Ellis, Gun Machine (2013)

 

http://articles.latimes.com/2013/jan/10/entertainment/la-ca-jc-warren-ellis-20130113

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