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Justin starts one morning as a respected businessman and ends the day a fugitive wanted by every power in the known universe. Fleeing with his 'sister' Mara and Naomi, a mysterious woman from Earth Empire, their only hope of refuge is with the Titans, genetically enhanced soldiers who rebelled, and murdered millions in the Titanomachy War. Hunted, even as they hunt for the Titans, the three companions slowly uncover the truth that will change the future and rewrite history.
Titan Encounter is Kyle Pratt's debut science fiction novel. He is also the author of Final Duty - The Alien War Anthology and the soon to be released post-apocalyptic thriller Through Many Fires.
©2012 Kyle Pratt (P)2014 Kyle Pratt
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By Andrew Titus on 04-23-15

Good story with a few nice twists

Good story with a few nice twists, however it suffers from a few audio quality problems at some points during the story. For some of the last chapters, the chapter announced did not match the title displayed.

I really didn't expect some of the twist which came as a pleasant surprise and made the story a bit more enjoyable. The romance could do with some work as it was a bit corny, but overall acceptable. The story wasn't really about romance so I gave it a pass.

The way that religion was introduced was a bit odd and seemed to be lacking immersion and felt tacked on. Not a lot was really discussed about it in the start and it felt weird when it was introduced later in the book.

if you like SciFi books this isn't so bad, it could be use as a distraction while waiting on someone or on a long drive.

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