Children of Dune (Dune, #3)
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: February 1st 1977
Pages no: 408
Edition language: English
Series: Dune Chronicles (#3)
One of Paul’s twins is supposed to become an Emperor of the mighty interplanetary Empire created by great Muad’dib. The only slight problem is that nobody at all – and I do mean absolutely nobody – wants this to happen. This includes the twins themselves. Plots within plot within plots are brewing a...
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. ...
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