No Real Allies, No Fixed Enemies, No Certain Battlefields:
Presumed dead by those closest to him and with no intention of setting the record straight, former army Lieutenant James Shelley is recruited by a black ops outfit devoted to two things: guarding the Earth from existential threats, and the Red.
Operating for almost two years among soldiers who are enhanced, and controlled, just as he is, Shelley believes he’s learned a proper caution in working with the mysterious artificial intelligence—until the Red’s increasingly erratic behavior ignites an accidental war, and launches Shelley on a collision course with his old life.
In the final book of the Red trilogy, Shelley must choose who—or what—to trust, while struggling to contain an escalating conflict that threatens to plunge the world into chaos, and destroy those he loves.
“A riveting technothriller [...] I highly recommend Going Dark and the Red trilogy to anybody looking for some amazing near future military SF.” —Anthony Vicino, SF Signal
‘“The final volume in Nagata’s much-praised Red trilogy features the same high-octane action as its predecessors [...] One of the highlights of the series continues to be the author’s portrayal of the intense camaraderie of men and women at war. Readers who loved The Red and The Trials will find this a fitting conclusion.” —Publishers Weekly