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Titan's Fury

Written by: Rhett C. Bruno
Narrated by: R.C. Bray
Series: Children of Titan, Book 4
Length: 9 hrs and 30 mins
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Independence comes at a high cost.  

When Malcolm Graves finds himself in the clutches of the Titanborn, his plan to take Kale Trass down hits a wall. With the only family he has left threatened, he’s forced back into the service of another employer, only this time it’s not a corporation giving the orders. The future of the solar system hangs in the balance as Malcolm becomes the personal Collector for the Children of Titan.  

The loss of a close friend has Kale rattled as the second stage in his plan to completely sever from Earth begins. Impossible missions, ruthless enemies, traitors in his midst - it will take everything in Kale’s power to keep the fight going. Maybe enough to break him...if he doesn’t break Sol first.  

Will Titan finally gain its independence? Or has all the death and destruction been for nothing?  

Find out how the Titan Conflict concludes in the explosive fourth installment of the Children of Titan Series!

©2018 Rhett C. Bruno (P)2019 Audible, Inc.
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  • Kevin Frye
  • 2019-08-20

Now what?

Wow. This blew me away. Be warned, that the last 30 minutes or so are a complete roller coaster that sums this series up nicely. Great story. Great performance by R.C. Bray, as usual ( this guy can make an awful book good). Great pace. And the development toward the payoff is completely worth it. Now I need to recover and figure out what's next!

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  • Ecualegacy
  • 2019-08-13

Hell hath no fury like Titan’s Fury!

Titan’s Fury (Book 4)
Rhett continues to impress in Book 4 with his seamless world-building, rich characters and enthralling action. He hoists the banner of the Titan Rebellion one final time while pulling the tension knots into something only a ship rat couldn’t chew through. As always, even the “bad guys” have sympathetic sides and the good guys ruthless ones to the point it is hard to know who to root for. The lines are blurred as is so often the case in real life. Either way, the story is as compelling as its predecessors, and all the more so with RC Bray narrating the audiobook.

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  • Asania
  • 2019-08-21

Loved the whole series!

I couldn’t stop listening, loved all the books in the series!
The storyline is beautifully complex and R C Bray’s narrating is amazing.

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  • MW osu
  • 2019-08-21

Wow wow wow

Very very good. Sci fi look at human nature. Rc bray. Enough said. Need fifteen words. Crap I thought I had this short and sweet.

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  • EF
  • 2019-08-16

Excellent conclusion to a very unique story

This series was great. After the first two books I was so curious where it was going to go. Both sides in this series had traits you both admired, loathed, and related to. Not many stories make a listener empathize with the unique struggles of both sides. Not many stories make you understand accurately the conflict within the hero and the protagonist. Since most of the characters are playing both roles it was hard to see a clear way out. I envisioned this series falling apart and waiting for a deus ex machina to wrap up the series after writing eight books too many. I am so happy that this wasn't the case. This series was well thought out and never wavered from the course it set on. Rhett C Bruno is a great story teller and I look forward to diving into his other work. The narration was spot on (as always) by RC Bray. I hope that we will get more stories like this from a team I simply refer to as RCB squared. Great job guys! And thank you.

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  • Tom
  • 2019-10-06

Fully satisfying roller-coaster

I've loved the rest of this series, and this one really through me for a few loops. The twists and turns were all believable, some of them very frustrating (but that's how real life is), but in the end a wonderful addition to the Titan series.

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  • Mathias Bergen
  • 2019-09-16

Great story delivered as only RC Bray can do!

Very interesting, well-written story arc with believable characters and cultural stressors reflective of the current time period. The performance of RC Bray simply takes it to new levels.

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  • Jas P
  • 2019-12-07

Brilliant Ending, Exceptional Character Work

In this 4th and Final chapter of the Children of Titan story, we see a fundamental shift in the characters that we have followed throughout this series. Kale Trass, having succeeded where others could not, and driven Pervenio Corp from Titan is not satisfied with this victory, and wants more, whatever the cost, even if this means his humanity and the love of those closest to him.
At the same time, the Collector, who has spent his life doing things that he is not proud of, Malcolm Graves, although not exactly repentant for his past, now realises the mistakes he has made, especially with Aria. He only wants to make up for these mistakes, and make sure that his Daughter is safe, so that he can move off into quiet retirement.
The different contrast of how the two have changed, how Malcolm has come to realise the importance of Family, especially after all that has happened not just with Aria, but also, with Zhaff, is a stunning contrast to how Kale has totally lost his way in light of the death of Cora, and the perceived betrayals of others.
Bruno’s character work in this book, and in this series as a whole has been exceptional. The overall development of both Kale’s and Malcolm’s characters (as well as the cast of other Major Characters, Rin, Aria, Rhyla, Pervenio, Sodervall, and Zhaff) from the very first book, through to this final chapter is not just outstanding writing, but shows true expertise in understanding of the emotional states of his characters and how to explain and explore them with the written word.
As well as the outstanding Character work, the other extraordinary aspect of Bruno’s work is his world building, from the clouds of Titan, to the rooftops of Mars, to the flight decks and cargo holds of some exceptionally well-designed spacecraft, each site has been described with graphic detail, allowing you to feel like you are really there in the room with the characters, feeling the bite of Titan, or the shake of the ships engines. It is this part of Bruno’s writing that really makes him a standout, creating a powerful backdrop for his Characters to work
In Titan’s Fury everything comes to a head, The Children continue with their plan of stealing the Venta engine, using Malcom and his Collector abilities to liberate necessary parts and plans for the engine, and Basaam Venta to put it all together. In the meantime, Kale whips the rest of the Titanborn into a frenzy to build a fleet of ships to take on the ships that are coming from Earth to wipe out Titan and take it back from the Children of Titan. Malcolm in the meantime has a single agenda, to save Aria at any cost, even if this means his own life.
So with everyone heading into each other at full steam, and nobody willing to blink, how will this end up?
This final book is a bit different in that there is a lot more introspection from all the main Characters, and we get to learn of some very interesting relationships and linkages between them, and how these relationships have impacted on the course of history, not just in the past, but in the present also.
Bruno has gone to a lot of trouble to tie up loose ends, close of various storylines that were left open from the first 3 books so that the readers are not left wondering, and as such, this is a very clever, well written final book.
Without any spoilers at all, the ending is brilliant, for once, I have not been left disappointed by a Sci-Fi Saga that I have become completely engaged in, instead being happy with how it was wrapped up.
Bruno has written a powerful and gripping story that anyone who is a fan of Mil Sci-Fi, a good Thriller, Action/Adventure will be totally enthralled until the very last pages. This is a series not to be missed, and this final book is not just a fitting end, it is a spectacular ending.
R.C. Bray’s narration has been nothing but masterful throughout this entire series, and that has continued in this final chapter. His character work has been outstanding, providing not just clear and concise voices that are easy to listen to and understand, but he has also provided such exceptional voices for both Kale and Malcolm. Bray’s version of Malcolm Graves is superior, no one else is going to be able to voice Graves like Bray does, he has provided such an iconic voice for Graves that it will be a legacy that no one will be able to match. However, he does not stop there, Bray has also provided fantastic character voices for each of the other characters, Kale as mentioned, but also Rin, Rhyla and Aria. This is a powerful and gritty narration of a brilliant story, and it is one of those Audiobooks that makes it better to listen to the book than actually reading it. Outstanding!!

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 2019-11-21

not bad

it wasn't the ending that u wanted but it also wasn't the worst thing I have ever heard in my life.

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  • Tyson S Sukeforth
  • 2019-11-13

A Hollywood ending, for better or for worse

The best thing I can say about Titan's Fury (besides RC Bray's always stellar narration) is that it definitely is an end. It wraps the series conclusively, which is more than I can say for many. My one knock on it is that it simplifies (a cynic may even say "dumbs down") many of the plot threads that were built in the first three books to get there. The characters become less multi-dimensional and the plot more predictable. Maybe even cliche in parts. In its place, action and pivotal moments fill in to smooth over the imperfections.

It's still a worthy read, and if you've come this far, for Earth's sake don't stop now! If the writing for the other books were a 10, this is a 7.5. And it is done so to help keep things moving towards the big grand finale. But jaded Game of Thrones fans may detect the faintest whiff of Season 8 here.

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