A brilliant industrialist named Justin Cord awakes from a 300-year cryonic suspension into a world that has accepted an extreme form of market capitalism. It's a world in which humans themselves have become incorporated and most people no longer own a majority of themselves.
Justin Cord is now the last free man in the human race - owned by no one and owning no one.
In a world in which humans themselves have become incorporated and most people no longer own a majority of themselves, one man - owned by no one and owning no one - dares to fight those who'd enslave him. Exiled and hunted, Justin Cord must now lead a revolution in order to birth a nation.
Humans have become incorporated and most no longer own a majority of themselves. Justin Cord - owned by no one and owning no one, dared to defy the system but has disappeared and is presumed dead. Now an audacious plan will pit one woman against an insidious corporate order she never bargained for and a ruthless adversary she never imagined.
Author siblings Dani and Eytan Kollin’s debut novel, The Unincorporated Man was designated a SciFi Essential and went on to win the 2010 Prometheus Award for Best Science Fiction Novel of the year. Their second and third novels, The Unincorporated War and The Unincorporated Woman were also nominated for the same award (the 2012 winner will be announced in July). Their fourth novel, The Unincorporated Future releases August 21st, 2012 and can be pre-ordered on Amazon.
The Kollin brothers are represented by Nick Harris at The Story Foundation. For any inquiries regarding their work, please contact Mr. Harris at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eytan Kollin is a teacher of history, government and economics currently living in Denver, Colorado. His hobbies include historical reenactments, chess, and battle recreation with historical melee weapons.
Dani Kollin is an advertising copywriter currently living in Los Angeles, California. Dani has also worked as a creative director and copywriter in the print, broadcast and new media fields. In addition to being happily married and the proud father of three children, Dani is also an avid endurance cyclist and surfer.
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