The year is 2101, SF. The planet is Ecliptic Earth. The population is approximately two and a half billion, a combination of Humanoids, Androids, and Soligrams. The problem is an egocentric and overriding Oligarchy, a dimwitted Dictatorship, and a damaged Democracy, locked in a fierce and blatantly personal fight to stay afloat in a tumultuous, combative, broken civilization. Welcome to Ecliptic Earth.The Glyph Saga: Book Three, At the Mother Station, is the third installment of this series. Maurasia, PUA, and Guandaland are at it again. As Randu, Rachale, Que, and Gina settle into public life in Maurasia, they attain many powerful allies. Que ventures into a helpful, yet dangerously addictive hacking hobby where he discovers more about the world abroad—and himself. Meanwhile, PUA is ready to torment Ecliptic Earth with their inexperienced replacement Leaders, and Guandaland makes next-in-line Julia Laos President after Ubo Mensca is assassinated.