My Review of Titanborn
Titanborn was a solid read. The characters were well-developed, the action was well-paced. The tech was always believable with nothing seeming ridiculously far-fetched. Malcolm and Zhaff were the perfect compliments to each other, with Zhaff refreshingly not playing the mouthy young upstart.
Actually, as the book went on, I found myself identifying with Zhaff. He’s socially awkward, relies on his skills and learning to get him through, but is a strong, reliable figure. The partnership between the two developed naturally enough that it didn’t seem forced. Bruno does a good job spinning the tale out as they travel from earth to the rings of Saturn and to Titan itself, and the ending definitely took me by (pleasant) surprise.
Of note, though, was Titanborn, though filled with action, didn’t seem to be a fast-paced engrossing read. Instead it was one filled with quiet enjoyment. Easy to walk away from, yet easy to get lost in as well. Its the type of story that draws you in with a certain subtlety that makes it so you don’t even realize it’s hooked you until you’re half done with the book.
Overall, the author has done a good job with Titanborn, and is definitely a science fiction author to keep your eye on in the future. In the meantime, you can support him by ordering a copy of his book via the link below. You won’t regret it. Its worth the money and the time to read it.
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Title: Titanborn | Author: Rhett C. Bruno (site) | Publisher: Hydra (site) | Pub. Date: 2016-6-21 | Pages: 246 | ASIN: B018CHA2RI | Genre: Science Fiction | Language: English | Triggers: None | Rating: 4 out of 5 | Date Read: 2016-3-6 | Source: Received a copy from the author free in exchange for an honest review.