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“Hellhole is a militaristic SF story of galactic proportions… Brilliant strategist, lover of Old Earth history, and cast-off of a now-defunct noble line, Adolphus is a Robin Hood for the galaxy to unite behind. The characters are easy for the reader to believe in, brought to life through not only their own emotions but also the responses and thoughts of the individuals around them.”
—Booklist, starred review
“Combines the best of space opera with galactic intrigue and a cast of memorable characters. Fans of David Weber’s Honor Harrington series and the Star Wars® novels should enjoy a new entry into this popular category.”
—Library Journal on Hellhole
Praise for Brian Herbert & Kevin J. Anderson:
"Unquestionably, Herbert & Anderson can spin a great yarn while producing a vivid, mystifying universe, filled with characters that are both endearing, and loathsome."
—BookSpotCentral on The Winds of Dune
"Herbert and Anderson create vivid characters--both human and machine--with passionate goals."
—RT Bookreviews on Dune: The Battle of Corin
“Exploring the universe created by the late Frank Herbert in his eco-classic Dune, the authors delve into the childhood of the boy who would become Paul Muad'Dib and lead a desert planet in a war that unseats a corrupt emperor. Introducing the world of Dune to a new generation of readers, this novel maintains a high standard of storytelling and world building.”
—Library Journal on Paul of Dune
A good 2d in a trilogy! However, the 3d book was a little cramped to finish before a 4th was necessary. Enjoyable as a whole.Published 7 days ago by W. H. Buntin Jr.
Poor plot, the military strategy is so bad that I think a six year old could do better. And the political plot lines are even worse.Published 1 month ago by Shari D Campbell
Finally the fight is on! On to the next one, can't seem to put it down!! This one perfectly does from the first. This series is a must have for any sci-fi reader.Published 2 months ago by Ben Donovan
Excellent series so far. About a 3rd of the way thru book # 2.Published 2 months ago by Stephen Craig
I think it's important that you come to the Hellhole trilogy with certain expectations. I'm not used to the style of writing Kevin J. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Conor J. Caldwell
The second in a Trilogy, and I am much dumber than when I started. I had read the first book then bought this much later, forgetting how dumb it makes me feel. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mike Duffy
the first book was a really great read, I really don't know why…but the cadence of this one just doesn't draw me in.
I think its a poor follow up to such a good book.