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The Unincorporated War (Unincorporated Series #2)

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  • Posted May 18, 2010

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    This sequel to the Unincorporated Man is a fast-paced military science fiction.

    The Unincorporated Man Jason Cord led a rebellion against the tyranny of corporations that ruled the solar system. His revolt partially succeeded as the Outer Alliance broke free of the inner planets who remain mindlessly controlled by the corporations. Jason becomes the president of the OA, but knows he will never return to earth where he is an outlaw.

    Fearing the rebellion widening and believing the outer planets are colonies, Earth dispatches its starship armada to destroy the breakaway alliance. Jason knows his side is in trouble as the enemy is much more powerful and feels remorse that he sends soldiers to die, but refuses to surrender. Instead he sends a counter force to battle the enemy's militia.

    This sequel to the Unincorporated Man is a fast-paced military science fiction. With a lot more solar system space battles and much less political intrigue than its predecessor, The Unincorporated war is action-packed throughout, but lacks the nuances of extrapolating trends from today's corporate-political-judicial (since Citizen United decision) complex. Still this is a top rate outer space thriller.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted January 18, 2011

    A well done book in a futuristic solar system spanning format.

    I do not remember what drew me to this book, though it may have been the description. It was well written and drew me in with ease. There are familiar themes that anyone who has been into reading this kind of story will recognize; but it does not simply borrow and regurgitate. There's warfare, intrigue, deception, and more. I found it to be a very enjoyable read. And while I wouldn't give it a five star rating, it deserves a full four in my mind.

    The characters are believable, realistic, and quite human for the most part. A must read, no. A good read and worth the time, definitely.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 22, 2011

    Poor plot and sloppy writing

    I slugged through "The Unincorporated Man" and decided to see if the authors would be able to take a great premise and make a decent novel. It has been nearly a month and I have yet to get through half of the book. What makes this such a poor product is that the character development is shoddy. It is as if these two novels are written for adolescents. Not recommended.

    0 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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