Titan’s Wrath – Rhett C. Bruno

Enter a world full of complicated people. Leaders you love then despise, crippled corporate owned hit men that drown their sorrows in whiskey and self-loathing, scarred and abused freedom fighters who just want a taste of equality. This is the world of Titan, a space opera full of entanglement and imagination.

Bruno has once again created a wonderful addition to his Titanborn Universe. I feel confident when I say that Bruno’s storytelling continues to get better with each new tale he weaves. The level of character development was quite inspiring. I can’t often recall having read a story that created such well-rounded and complex personalities. Whether the scene revolved around Malcolm Graves, the grizzly “Collector,” whose one hand holds a gun and the other a glass of whiskey, or about Kale Trass, the rebellious freedom fighter who rotates a full 360 degrees in temperament, this story kept me engaged because of the master level characterization. It was quite remarkable. I think many authors could learn much from Bruno’s gift.

Bruno is evolving with every story I read and I find that it is becoming increasingly difficult to offer any constructive criticism. There is just nothing I feel he could have improved upon at this time or with this story.

I am just happy he was able to write it. Trass and Graves stories needed to be finished and this installment gives the readers the satisfaction of seeing those journeys through to the end.

If you are in the mood for a high tech ride full of heart pumping action, emotions that are as real as your own, failed fathers and sons, corrupted leaders, revengeful citizens, but at heart a story of redemption, then check out this series by Bruno. You will not be disappointed.

You can find the story on Amazon for $2.99 in Kindle or $21.33 in paperback.

Synopsis: Two men are caught on both sides of a violent, off-world rebellion in this standalone, Science Fiction epic set in Rhett C. Bruno’s bestselling Titanborn Universe.

After inciting rebellion against Earth throughout Titan’s off-world colonies, Kale Trass learns that leadership isn’t only about fighting. Keeping control of his people–even his own family–requires a different set of skills. Following a pivotal battle over Saturn, Kale travels deep into enemy territory under the guise of seeking peace, though peace is the last thing on his mind.

Malcolm Graves used to be an infamous Collector for a powerful Earther corporation–and then he nearly lost his life on Titan. Now he’s retired. But when Kale’s wake of destruction follows Malcolm to Mars and claims the life of a friend, it’s time for the ex-Collector to dust off his pulse-pistol and leap back into a fight he thought he’d left behind.

With the solar system divided, heroes are few and short-lived … but someone has to put the self-proclaimed King Trass of Titan in his place.


Rhett is a Sci-fi/Fantasy author currently living in Stamford, Connecticut. His published works include books in the Amazon Bestselling CIRCUIT SERIES (Published by Diversion Books) and TITANBORN SERIES (Random House Hydra). He is also one of the founders of the popular science fiction platform, Sci-Fi Bridge.

Rhett has been writing since he can remember, scribbling down what he thought were epic short stories when he was young to show to his friends and family. When he reached high school he decided to take that a step further and write his first novel. After the encouragement of his favorite English teacher, he decided to self-publish the “Isinda Trilogy” so that the people closest to him could enjoy his early work.

While studying architecture at Syracuse University, he continued to write as much as he could, but finding the time during the brutal curriculum proved difficult. It wasn’t until he was a senior that he decided to finally pursue his passion for Science Fiction. After rededicating himself to reading works of the Science Fiction authors he always loved, (Frank Herbert, Timothy Zahn, Heinlein, etc.) he began writing “The Circuit: Executor Rising”, the first part of a space opera series.

Since then he’s been hired by an Architecture firm in South Norwalk, CT. But that hasn’t stopped him from continuing to work on all of the countless stories bouncing around in his head. He’s also recently earned  a Certificate in Screenwriting from the New School in NYC, in the hopes of one day writing for TV or Video Games.






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