Titan’s war for freedom rages in the shadows.
But to claim it, they’ll need a leader.
Kale Drayton knows his place. As a Ringer born on Titan, he’s used to keeping his head down and his mouth shut–no matter how much the Earthers abuse him or his own kind berate him. So, when he’s caught stealing from a wealthy merchant, he’s lucky to be sentenced to low-paying maintenance work on a gas-harvesting ship instead of life in a cell… or worse.
But when his mother is quarantined, Kale finds himself backed into a corner. To pay for her medicine, he needs money–the kind of money he’ll never make sweeping floors and cleaning ships. When he receives a mysterious offer asking him to do a simple job in exchange for his mother’s treatment, Kale takes a chance once more. All he must do is upload a program onto his employer’s ship and all of his problems will disappear.
What starts as a straightforward smuggling gig soon reveals its shattering repercussions. The people who hired Kale are more dangerous than he suspected -and he’s more important to them than he ever could have imagined.
Grab the exciting sequel to Titanborn, which will transport you to the other side of the conflict on Titan, and the Ringers’ fight for independence.
You can also enjoy the Children of Titan series on Audible, narrated by the award-winning RC Bray.
Praise for Titan’s Son:
- “Bruno uses skillful worldbuilding and rising tension to construct a fast-paced, action-packed tale of the far future.”—Publishers Weekly
- “A relentless sci-fi thriller with characters that leap off the page and a chilling ending that will leave you breathless.”—Nicholas Sansbury Smith, USA Today bestselling author of Hell Divers and the Extinction Cycle series
- “[Rhett C. Bruno is] a master at world building, character development, and the art of storytelling. . . . Tragedy, noir, ethical action saga . . . Whatever it is, Bruno spins it with consummate skill.”—Perihelion SF
- “A powerful story of oppression and discrimination, expertly painted in the colours of a science-fiction future set among the moons of Saturn.”—By Rite of Word
- “Part socio-political thriller, part space opera, part coming of age story… I really enjoyed Kale’s story.”—SFcrowsnest
- “I loved this story. It had lots of drama, action and twists and turns in the story… Definitely recommend as a read.”—MP Book Reviews
- “A kick-butt, non-stop sci-fi space odyssey set in our solar system on Saturn and her Moons.”—The Reading Frenzy