Children of Dune (Dune, #3)
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: February 1st 1977
Pages no: 408
Edition language: English
Series: Dune Chronicles (#3)
These novels are so ridiculous with their Year 21000 A.D. sword fights, feudal systems, Abrahamic religion, never-ending betrayals, and attempts to create mind-blowing philosophy at every turn. What is Dune? Dune is basically a space soap opera. No one can be trusted. Every move is an expertly craft...
Book Riot 2015 Challenge: Science fiction novelI thought this was okay. I didn't enjoy it as much as Dune and Dune Messiah. It could be because I found the absence of Paul as a primary character makes a difference. The focus on Alia and Jessica and others battling for control of Paul's children drag...
Not that captivating like the first Dune but not that bad.
Dune is a great book. A book about a young man, being chased by bad guys discovered that he had the power to control the worm. The story is more like a lost prince getting back his empire. The main character, in order to gain power, use the myth of the people and turned himself into a messiah. ...
It's fascinating to see the development of the Dune series. The first novel was a great examination of how leaders come to power; Dune Messiah was about the regrets that power can create in said leaders; and now Children of Dune is about tearing down that structure of power through corruption and c...