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Everything has its cost. We pay to create our future, we pay for the mistakes of the past. We pay for every change we make--and we pay just as dearly if we refuse to change.
Ultimately this is the theme of a compelling game of consequences, choices, and responsibility, a study of Leto's growth into power and the price of politics and love. --Gary S. Dalkin, Amazon.co.uk --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
There are too many discrepancies in characters and times between this book and Frank’s books.
The plotting is thick as befits a Dune novel and there are many characters, but authors Herbert and Anderson juggle it all very well and it's quite a good read.
If you've gotten to this point, you've presumably read the six original Dune novels by Frank Herbert as well as the first House book.
Love, love love what they've done with the new novels. They're absolutely great. as a huge Dune fan as a kid, I was skeptical. But, wow. Can't put them down!!Published 13 days ago by Rich
Great book. Explains much of the obscure references in the original series, and is more readable than Frank Herbert's writing. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Kris A. Carapellotti
Good but not great. This and the other two 'house' books are nice accompaniments for the original series. It is a little jumbled, however, same as the others. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Andy King
I was not expecting too much from the House series of books from some passionate negative reviews. I book is action packed and never boring. Read morePublished 3 months ago by bordozer
I really liked this. It was classic science fiction. It was very long but it had so many different sub plots that tied together to make a complete story that it was easy to spend... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jim Murphy