From "Contemporary Authors":
...Pluribus is regarded as Kurland's most successful science-fiction novel. Set in a future barbaric United States, the novel is replete with vivid imagery such as the horse-drawn Highway Patrol cruiser that carries the protagonist away after his arrest. The Princes of Earth, which Lupoff deemed "favorably comparable to standard [Robert] Heinlein juveniles," contains typical Kurland elements--future societies, characters, and movement from problem to problem. The author also uses satire, as in his parody of the Church of Scientology...