This book is one of the best books I have ever read. Yes, the writing is a bit labored at parts, and the vocabulary is somewhat lacking. But the ideas, the characters, the plot, and the world are nothing short of brilliant. I would not want to spoil this book for anyone, but I will go out of my way to recommend it.
The idea of personal incorporation is but one of the revolutionary ideas in this book. It's also a concept that never runs dry. The thoughts on virtual reality, personal digital assistants, incorporation, and freedom are very truly important.
When I finished this book I immediately looked up the authors, noticed that the book is the first part of a future trilogy, saw that the second book is out, bought it on my kindle, and was reading The Unincorporated War about five minutes later. I cannot say enough good about this book.