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House Harkonnen - Brian Herbert, Kevin J. Anderson
House Harkonnen
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Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson return to the vivid universe of Frank Herbert’s Dune, bringing a vast array of rich and complex characters into conflict to shape the destiny of worlds....As Shaddam sits at last on the Golden Lion Throne, Baron Vladimir Harkonnen plots against the new Emperor... show more
Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson return to the vivid universe of Frank Herbert’s Dune, bringing a vast array of rich and complex characters into conflict to shape the destiny of worlds....As Shaddam sits at last on the Golden Lion Throne, Baron Vladimir Harkonnen plots against the new Emperor and House Atreides — and against the mysterious Sisterhood of the Bene Gesserit. For Leto Atreides, grown complacent and comfortable as ruler of his House, it is a time of momentous choice: between friendship and duty, safety and destiny. But for the survival of House Atreides, there is just one choice — strive for greatness or be crushed.
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Format: mass market paperback
ISBN: 9780553580303 (0553580302)
Publisher: Bantam Books
Pages no: 752
Edition language: English
Series: Prelude to Dune (#2)
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Debbie's Spurts
Debbie's Spurts rated it
3.5 Mini-review of "House Harkonnen" (Prelude to Dune #2) by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson
Not really exactly a review. Just my impressions immediately after reading. A better indication of what I thought of the book is that I'm now immediately starting the final book of the trilogy, House Corrino. Yes, the booklikes terminator emoticon really does apply. ("How" would be a spoiler.) ...
Chris Blocker
Chris Blocker rated it
2.0 Dune: House Harkonnen
If you’ve read my review of House Atreides, then you’ve pretty much read my review of House Harkonnen. Herbert and Anderson haven’t changed much from one book to the next. How regrettable.One difference is a glaring one, and it is annoying as hell: The authors feel the need to constantly remind the ...
"Check Six"
"Check Six" rated it
3.0
Not bad for a book about the scummy Harkonnen, who we love to hate.
"Check Six"
"Check Six" rated it
3.0
Not bad for a book about the scummy Harkonnen, who we love to hate.
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