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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.
a great and worthy addition to the series that really fleshes out the supporting cast of charecters from the original DUNE as well as the universe that they inhabit . Read morePublished 23 days ago by Snowkids
This was a awesome read. If you like Lord of the rings you will love this story line with a sci-fi kick to it. I have never felt so engrossed in a story line.Published 24 days ago by lance culpepper
I found the book fascinating and held my interest throughout. It tied up many loose ends and plots developed in the preceding two "House" novels. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Alan J. Witten
I do not normally review books. I am a big Frank Herbert fan and I want to warn other Frank Herbert fans that they may be very disappointed with this book. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mark 711
Great book. Explains much of the obscure references in the original series, and is more readable than Frank Herbert's writing. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kris A. Carapellotti
I fell in love with Frank Herbert's universe, and the way he allowed the characters, the theme, and the implications of various technological advances to change and adapt over time... Read morePublished 3 months ago by H. Pilkington
Every DUNE fan must enjoy House Atreides, House Harkonnen & House Corrino - well-written & enthralling prequls of DUNE!Published 3 months ago by Warwick G. C. Winsall-hall