Going Dark

Going Dark

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Baker & Taylor
As a soldier of the Red who pursues covert missions designed to nudge history away from existential threats, James Shelley is taken into orbit where he must make a difficult choice when he falls into conflict with those he loves, his former lover, Delphi and his companion-in-arms, Jayne Vasquez. Original.

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& Taylor

As a soldier who pursues covert missions designed to nudge history away from existential threats, James must make a tough choice when he falls into conflict with those he loves, his former lover, Delphi and his companion-in-arms, Jayne.

Simon and Schuster
In the third book in The Red Trilogy, former Army Lt. James Shelley becomes a black ops sniper working for the Red—a suspected rogue artificial intelligence that is ripped from today’s headlines.

James Shelley has left his lover, Delphi, and his companion-in-arms, Jayne Vasquez, with a fortune acquired from a fallen oligarch. They believe him to be dead, and he doesn’t try to set the record straight. His long-running question has been answered: There are other soldiers like him who have served the purposes of the Red—and he has accepted his place among them. As a soldier of the Red he pursues covert missions designed to nudge history away from existential threats—but that doesn’t mean the world is growing more orderly. It’s only in the froth of a “managed chaos” that human potential can grow and thrive. Shelley’s missions eventually take him into orbit—and into conflict with those he loves—Delphi and Jaynie—who are determined to escape the influence of the Red.


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Apr 18, 2016

I should maybe not have read all three of this trilogy back to back, by the time I got to this book I was feeling a little bored with the story and the hero.
Still, it was a good conclusion to the story.

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