Book Author :: Dani Kollin

Review

The Unincorporated Woman

Posted: December 9, 2011 by Shawn in Books We Like Meta: Dani Kollin, Eytan Kollin, Science Fiction
The Unincorporated Woman

In case you can’t tell from the title, THE UNINCORPORATED WOMAN (Amazon)is the third in the Unincorporated series by the Kollin brothers Dani and Eytan. It follows THE UNINCORPORATED WAR which was a sequel to THE UNINCORPORATED MAN. I believe subsequent volumes will be titled The Unincorporated Gas Station and The Unincorporated (fill in here).
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Review

The Unincorporated War

Posted: November 28, 2011 by Shawn in Books that are Mediocre Meta: Dani Kollin, Eytan Kollin, Science Fiction
The Unincorporated War

You may remember that THE UNINCORPORATED MAN (EBR Review) followed the adventures of Justin Chord, a man who had frozen himself in a time capsule to be reawakened when the cures to his diseases were found and he could be revived to live again. Justin indeed was awakened to a world run by the system of incorporation, the selling of personal shares to individual lives. The vast majority of mankind was working, not able to make their own decisions, towards being a majority share holder in their own stock thus taking control of their decisions and their lives. Justin saw the system as tantamount to slavery and started to oppose it immediately. The end of THE UNINCORPORATED MAN saw Justin forced into space towards the outer planets starting a revolution that pitted the outer planets and asteroid belt versus Earth and its incorporated system.
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Review

The Unincorporated Man

Posted: March 30, 2011 by Shawn in Books We Like Meta: Dani Kollin, Eytan Kollin, Science Fiction
The Unincorporated Man

I found this book in the most unusual way. I went to the bookstore and saw it on the shelf. I know, weird right? I didn’t see it on some blog, or see it in some random post from another site. It wasn’t recommended to me by a friend or any of that. Nope, I was just at Barnes & Noble one day and thought I would check out what was new and what looked interesting–and there it was, calling to me. I then did the only sensible thing and I went home and ordered it off of Amazon.

I’m glad I did.
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