Paul Di Filippo, author of such high-octane Gonzo extravaganzas as THE STEAMPUNK TRILOGY, RIBOFUNK, and FRACTAL PAISLEYS, offers the following stellar review of my new novel, UNTIL THE LAST DOG DIES:
"Somewhere up on a cloud–or somewhere down in the abyss–the ghost of Lenny Bruce is leering approvingly upon Robert Guffey’s Until the Last Dog Dies,
after which the savage shade will nod off with a spike in his arm.
Guffey’s book is a rarity these days, the essence of satirical,
no-holds-barred SF, hilariously mean-spirited and meaningfully
disdainful. It’s a book that might have issued in an earlier era from
the pens of William Tenn, Robert Sheckley, or Ron Goulart. At the same
time, it’s a black tragedy with a tiny feather of hope wafting in its
passage. You will laugh continuously while reading it, while
simultaneously looking over your shoulder to see if the Thought Police
are monitoring your reactions to this heretical screed."
To read the rest of Di Filippo's review, click HERE.