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“Clever, thought-provoking, and intense. Be in awe of the brilliance that is Trevor Barton”
William C. Bitner, Jr. (Read the review >)
You’re a robot man living in 2060’s America. You’re off on a hot date. Forget fake news and flying saucers. What’s the one thing you should’ve packed?
Josh could be forgiven for being a little forgetful. In his world, the problem isn’t with A.I. It’s with humans. (Some of them, at least.)
A threat is looming, and with it an ultimatum. Brobots like Josh can rise up. Or they can face extinction. Josh has decisions to make. But where will they leave a post-singularity world?
Writing Red Gods Sing (Brobots, #2) was weird. It was like taking a Hollywood action movie and swapping all the details so that the focus is not so much on the perpetrators, or even on some of the heroes. Instead the camera angle is on the victims and how they will respond. Hard to do when they’re not human. Could there be any sympathy?
Red Gods Sing published in September 2017 at the #21 hot new releases spot for LGBT science fiction on Amazon. (It’s since reached the top 3% in that category.)
(Make sure to read them in sequence.)
“This is a great, gripping, fascinating near-future sci-fi story.”
Ulysses G. Dietz (Read the review >)