Praise for previous books in the series:
"Where Ancillary Justice Failed to deliver for me, this book succeeded."
"This is what I like, scifi that borders on the believable, like the old Heinlen [sic] stories."
"I'll place these next to my favorite Weber books any day of the week."
"Some of the best written, original scifi I have come across in a long time."
"The writing is clean, effective and powerful, the characters engaging, and the story gripping."
From the Author
Equality is the second full length novel in my Two Democracies
universe. There was a lot of pressure writing it given the praise Liberty
had received. Luckily, the first few reviews reassured me that it was living up to the first novel.
Having more points of view in this book allowed me to explore a wider range of emotions and attitudes. One of the themes in the series is neurodiversity. Johnson's depression has already been a major part of the story, as have the AIs and their issues. Now with Harry Robinson we meet a high-functioning person with an austistic spectrum disorder.
I hope readers take away a greater understanding of what it is like to live with these things. The main thing I want them to see, though, is that the characters' conditions don't define them.