FINDER is a densely imagined walk in the clouds, a piece where the destination isn't always as important as the journey. It's very, very easy to leave the track of the main plotline and get lost in the details and sights and sounds of a gently mental future culture.
A Finder is a member of a secret society of superbly skilled elite trackers and hunters. Jaeger is a Finder. He's also a Sin-Eater; a scapegoat who purifies the dying by taking on their sins and being punished for them. SIN-EATER, is a tangled story of family, madness, secrets and visions that can go within pages from the hallucinatory to the kitchen sink and remain utterly lucid. And completely fascinating. It does that trick that all good sf novels do - it draws you into its world deeply enough for you to live within it.
Warren Ellis has written around thirty graphic novels, comics, prose fiction, journalism, videogames and screenplays. Sometimes he take photographs. He also creates and co-creates websites, including this one. He has awards and stuff, he's been in big magazines and newspapers, and he's been published in Nature, which he always mentions because it makes him laugh. He's on the web at warrenellis.com and diepunyhumans.com.