Dani Kollin and Eytan Kollin
Praise for The Unincorporated War:
"Appealing characters, ruthless villains, and speed-of-light pacing make this a good choice for fans of battle-oriented sf and heroic space adventure in the tradition of Robert Heinlein and David Weber."
"The Kollins' masterful command of multiple plot threads, characters, and the motifs of grand-scale space opera make for a breathtaking sequel. One more book will complete a trilogy."
Praise for The Unincorporated Man:
"Reminiscent of Heinlein--a good, old-fashioned, enormously appealing SF yarn. Bravo!"
--Robert J. Sawyer, Hugo Award-winning author of Flashforward
"Using their intelligence and imagination, the Kollin brothers extrapolate a fascinating and ofttimes frightening society from a simple premise. One of the book's greatest strengths is its likable characters. Another is the authors' willingness to examine all aspects of an idea via logic and satire.”
"This is a bright, stimulating work that deserves a wide readership."
--Gregory Benford, author of Timescape.
"Will appeal to Heinlein's legions of fans with its themes of personal liberty and one man's political struggle with the State. . . . The Kollin Brothers carefully and intriguingly explore what it would mean to live in a world of human corporations."
"A narrative with a strong, fascinating voice--the Kollin Brothers write like a younger, more innocent Heinlein; there's the same rare sense of personal freedom inexorably combined with personal responsibility. The characters are clear and appealing, but the real fascination is the human condition explored in their post-corporate nation world."
--Kage Baker, author of The Sons of Heaven
"The Kollins' debut novel has an intriguing, debate-stirring premise. . . Science fiction fans should gobble this up, as will thriller lovers, who may shudder at a subservient ask-no-questions future that seems uncomfortably attainable."
--Sunday Star Ledger