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The Unincorporated War | [Dani Kollin, Eytan Kollin]

The Unincorporated War

Brilliant 21st-century tycoon Justin Cord was brought from cryogenic storage into a 24th-century society where people own stock in one another, safeguarding each other's welfare only out of economic self-interest. This is anathema to the defiantly individualistic Cord, who leads the outer edges of the solar system to form a new government and revolt against the core world of Earth and Mars.
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Publisher's Summary

Brilliant 21st-century tycoon Justin Cord was brought from cryogenic storage into a 24th-century society where people own stock in one another, safeguarding each other's welfare only out of economic self-interest. This is anathema to the defiantly individualistic Cord, who leads the outer edges of the solar system to form a new government and revolt against the core world of Earth and Mars.

©2010 Dani Kollin (P)2010 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

What the Critics Say

"The Kollin brothers keep the plot moving briskly despite the high proportion of talk to action. Their cerebral style will especially appeal to readers nostalgic for science fiction's early years." (Publishers Weekly)

"The Kollin brothers’ debut captivates with unforgettable characters and an ingenious vision of the economic future." (Booklist)

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    Jason Gilbert, AZ, United States 05-27-10
    Jason Gilbert, AZ, United States 05-27-10 Member Since 2007
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    "The life of Justin Cord"

    This is one of the most complex books I've listed to in the history of story telling. More moving parts than an engine and it was all worth it. Not once was I wondering, my god where is this going? I feel if I talk about anything in this book than it would spoil it for the people whom loved the Unincorporated Man. Justin Cord is still true to his nature but war has taken a little bit of his compassion away.

    It took me a little bit of time to get used to Eric G Dove as narrator as Todd McLaren had painted the people in this world with such a detailed brush in the unincorporated man. There should be a rule if your going to start a series and your excellent at it then you need to drive it all the way home.

    It was worth my time and energy it took to listen to this book. And really, isn't that what you REALLY want?

    I will be buying the next book.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Kathy Faifield, Australia 10-01-13
    Kathy Faifield, Australia 10-01-13 Member Since 2011
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    "Very boring as a stand alone book"

    Since the previous books in this series are not available on Audible (or at least not available to Australian members) I started with this book. It is all politics and characters that are not introduced because you are supposed to know their history from the prior books. As a stand alone it is awful.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
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    K. Krieger 06-08-10
    K. Krieger 06-08-10 Member Since 2007
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    "to be continued !!"

    If you are anything like me and hate to wait an indefinite amount of time for a sequel just to find out how the story ends, avoid this book !!

    It's a great story but I would never have bought it, if there had been so much as a hint, that the book ends somewhere in the middle of it.

    Even if / when the sequel is published, I will refuse to buy it until I am absolutely sure that it concludes the story.

    So I cannot rate this with more than 3 stars, although the story itself certainly deserves at least 4.

    Great disappointment !

    3 of 6 people found this review helpful
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    Dan El Paso, TX, United States 06-14-10
    Dan El Paso, TX, United States 06-14-10 Member Since 2006
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    "Too Touchy Feely but Not Bad"

    Is this a husband and wife team or what; and if so, the husband better watch his back!

    Great military tactics, but it consistently loses that high-tech edge by wallowing in human emotions.

    Also some of the ideas about the role religion are a little disturbing.

    1 of 4 people found this review helpful
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    Brent Bloomington, IN, USA 06-27-10
    Brent Bloomington, IN, USA 06-27-10 Member Since 2005
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    "The interminable war"

    Interesting concept free-floating in a vacuum of tepid prose, cardboard types, and sophomoric philosophy. The last seven hours is mostly interminable blather, very little of which actually moves the plot forward. The characters, of course, never change -- unless, of course, they undergo some external and radical technical therapy. Things do pick up at the very, very end, but it's telling that the authors feel the need to tack on not one, but two hasty epilogues in order to provide the series with sufficient momentum to justify a sequel.

    1 of 5 people found this review helpful
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