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This ending is just insulting.
With Sandworms of Dune, however, it just seemed like too much was packed into the final storyline, to the detriment of character development and psychological insight.
The Dune novels that Brian Herbert and Kevin Anderson have written are diverting and entertaining but lack the resonance of Frank Herbert's original novels.
If you're expecting Frank Herbert here - forget it. At least 35% of this book is filled with repetitive elements. Read morePublished 8 days ago by F. McGregor
Finally the grand finale! Work of art linking back all pieces. Remind me of Isaac's Asimov Robots and Foundation universe!Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
If you've just finished reading Chapterhouse: Dune, raise a mental toast to the late Frank Herbert on his genius science fiction, and then go read something else. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Eugene Holdcroft
Sandworms of Dune is just an OK book. Its storylines are ponderously slow to develop, tediously slow for the tension to peak before it ends with a whimper in the end. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Never have I been so enraged by a piece of entertainment that I have been compelled to write a review, until I mistakenly committed to re-read the entire... Read more
Dune lovers will like this wrap-up of the Dune history. Many twists and turns keep you reading until the end.Published 3 months ago by Chris Weeks
My first reaction upon finishing this book is that at least it had a plot, unlike "Hunters of Dune." The Gholas are all grown up and they actually do something. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Enjolras
This one will give Dune addicts a short term fix, but it doesn't measure up to the originator's work. Granted, Frank Hebert focused on the meat of his fantasy universe. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mike Carlson