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Insects. They're everywhere, and they've been here longer than we have. Maybe they'll be here after we're long gone. Read morePublished 2 months ago by James J. Duffy
I've read it before. Just as gripping the second time. Herbert is a master of Sci Fi and this speculative story about hive minds applied to human beings is no exception.Published 17 months ago by Kimberly Ward
A bit dated now but an interesting (if somewhat unlikely) premise that was well developed and very well written. Well paced, well developed characters, good build-up in the action.Published 17 months ago by John Willoughby
A lot of Herbert's themes you see in Dune are touched on in Hellstrom's Hive. Although a little dated, still a good readPublished on July 22, 2013 by RB
I have always liked the `Dune' series of books, and during periods between publications looked out for other lesser known books by Frank Herbert. Read morePublished on May 30, 2013 by Susman
There really isn't much positive I can say about this. I was very interested because I enjoy Frank Herbert's ecological emphasis, and I'm a biologist by training. Read morePublished on November 3, 2012 by JMX
I read this for second time, and the first time I got it at a used book store. It was actually different. I remember how the "old" book started, and how it ended. Read morePublished on October 21, 2012 by bno
Frank Herbert (1920-1986) wrote his masterpiece "Dune" (1965), generating a recognizable turning point in sci-fi literature. Read morePublished on August 21, 2010 by Maximiliano F Yofre
This would be one of my more favorite of Frank Herbert's oneshot novels, though I do wish that he could have expanded a bit more on Hive-life. Read morePublished on December 18, 2009 by M