Brobots is substantial science fiction with gay characters told across three continuous books.
Rod burners. Scaff dawgs. Laggers. Bucket dumpers. Lerps. Duct monkeys. Tin knockers. Lumbergs. Artificial big guys. Product of a troubled firm. Brobots.
They’re easy to treat like trash. But they’re not so easy to ignore; especially the ones experiencing “the wake up.” The idea was that they could work hidden in society’s plain sight, allowing humanity time to get used to the fact of sentient machines.
But it’s all too easy for others to take advantage of those who live on the edge. What they, and their allies, must do is work out who, and why, before it gets too late.
Plug them in. Wish they never end.
Brobots Book 3:
The Brobots (dehumanized nonhumans) seek a way for everyone to win; even if in doing so they die. A super-advanced AI travels the cosmos considering how much, or how little, she likes humans. Fleshing out plans to enslave all humanity, the super rich jeopardize everyone else’s future dreams. When all humanity finally gets the future it deserves, what sort of future will that be?
The Brobots trilogy concludes.
"A fantastic trilogy." "Human, automated, robot, alien, artificial intelligence, gay, straight or yet to be determined all have equal say in the adventures of the worlds in which they coexist. In these three books we have gone from Earth to Mars and galactic systems in, around and between. We have a bit of comedy, some politics, family situations, friendships, wars, disagreements, drama, thrills and adventure. I have read my fair share of trilogies or series and I can say without doubt that this is one of the finest examples of that format." "I highly recommend all three of these books regardless of your species or sexual orientation." – Book Review Village (William C. Bitner, Jr.)
"An epic science-fiction saga" - Gay Star News
"I am Brobot" – BoyCulture Blog
Praise for other books in the series:
"Phenomenal." "I can't tell you how good this story its. It's really really good. Like hardcore science fiction good." – OJHeSay.com
"Gay or straight, robot, human, AI and alien alike will be in awe of the brilliance that is Trevor Barton." – Book Review Village
"A character piece and a romance in the best way; the pairing in it is adorable [and has] great little character moments. Quite often it can be dark... in a way to make you feel for those involved." "Politics with heart." – Geek Syndicate
"You will love this." – QueerSciFi.com
"Extremely likeable." – WROTE Podcast
"Fantastic." – Love Bytes