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I personally hope that Brian Herbert and Kevin Anderson don't write anymore Dune books.
In House Corrino, I found the biggest problem to be that the book had too many disparate and sometimes interwoven plots, but little to make me care about many of them.
Years ago, I discovered the two prequels to the series, purchased/read them, and loved them.
It sets up the beginning of Dune well. The sheer number of plot lines is a stretch but making them so complex and throwing in strange plot twists it got almost tedious. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Renee S Moody
read them all in chronological order. it makes more sense as you read the series. very happy with every bookPublished 7 days ago by spyros
There is still room for at least one more novel between House Corrino and original Dune. I hope Brian and Kevin decide to fill in the gap on how the Emperor and the Baron came up... Read morePublished 14 days ago by rodney
Been a big of the dune series. Good reading and interesting books. Have like all the preludes, not so much the chapter house stuff
it was not clear in the advertisement of this order that it needed a CD player that had an mp3 format. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Susan Jagd
This is a little out of sequence, because Books 1. Dune the House Atreides-199 & 2. House Harkonnen - 2000, should be read before to get the best understanding out of the series. Read morePublished 4 months ago by George K. Lowe