Book Three of The Circuit Trilogy
Release date – December 13, 2016 (Diversion Books)
The conclusion to Rhett Bruno’s stunning science fiction epic series The Circuit, which the San Francisco Book Review called “space opera that fans of Firefly and its ilk will appreciate.”
Synopsis: With only the reconvened Ceresian Pact standing between the New Earth Tribunal and dominance, one man has decided that it is time for their oppressive rule to end. Cassius Vale’s brutal, brilliant plan is nearing its terrifying conclusion. But he needs more time to prepare.
In order to gain some, he builds an army under the control of his robotic creation ADIM in order to attack one of the leaders of the Tribune. ADIM loves his creator, but is growing more independent by the day, and soon may be too powerful for anyone to stop.
Talon Rayne, a mercenary from a doomed planet, is forced to team up with Sage Volus, a spy and traitor, and Cassius Vale in order to save his daughter from the clutches of the Tribune. They unwillingly help Cassius draw the Tribune and Ceresians into an all-out war, one that will leave the Circuit at its most vulnerable for Vale to achieve his ultimate vengeance.
Praise for The Circuit: Earthfall
- “The Circuit trilogy is a story of politics, commerce and religion in a world where everyone’s survival depends upon the cooperation of others. But it also answers the question over and again of what sort of world we should leave for our children.” —SFCrowsnest
- “If intelligent, evolving androids are your jam and space battles are your peanut butter than this story will likely rock your space socks.” —Cellar Door Lit Rants & Reviews
- “…An incredibly satisfying conclusion to the Circuit trilogy! ” —Space Station Mir
- “This last installment of The Circuit is amazing! Bruno continues to develop his protagonists throughout this book, but the focus seems to be on ADIM’s evolution and how its ability to think independently influences Vale’s end game.” —OnMyKindle
- “It should appeal to many SF fans, but I can’t recommend reading this out of order of the rest of the trilogy! Together, they make up a pretty awesome tale.” —Top Goodreads Reviewer, Brad Horner