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The Unincorporated War (2010)

by Dani Kollin(Favorite Author)
3.64 of 5 Votes: 1
0765319004 (ISBN13: 9780765319005)
Tor Books
Unincorporated Man
review 1: This is the second book in a series that started with "The Unincorporated Man", and continues with "The Unincorporated Woman" and "The Unincorporated Future". The "Unincorporated War" is a war for individual freedom versus a very interesting version of brutal collective slavery. The implementation of this slavery could almost fool one into thinking it is a good thing -- but slavery it remains. The war turns really nasty and brutal, and the good side (the "Alliance") begins to show signs of turning into something akin to the slavery side, in the name of trying to win the war. It is an interesting challenge to the thinking of a lover of freedom: what exactly is justified in the name of freedom? I found it to be a very interesting book.
review 2: Hm.Well.I w
... moreas not as intrigued by this one as I was by their last novel. I thought the whola avatarity plot could have been thrown out the airlock and the story wouldn't have suffered a bit. Actually might have improved the plot lines as this book was incredibly long!They dropped a few gigantic grey-bombs at the end there and then summed everything up with a "to be continued..." cop-out.Dangit! I might have to read their next one just to finish off the story for myself. We'll see... less
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slightly less world-building oriented than the previous, but makes up for it with excellent battles.
Sweeping Space Opera - a civil war in the solar system - readable, another book obviously follows.
I really like this book, it was much better than the first one.
Yhhis book ends with to be continued. Enough said.
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