-- Los Angeles Times --This text refers to the School & Library Binding edition.
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I reread these when I can't decide what to read next. Huge fan of Frank Herbert's universe creation. Many have tried and failed to come close to this level. Read morePublished 2 hours ago by Jen N.
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Interesting and deep as heck. I'm excited for this kick off to the next trilogy. The political commentary and climate is similar to today's in 2016.Published 19 days ago by Robert
Wunderbar! This is the fourth book in Herbert's 6 part Dune series.Published 1 month ago by Paige Harper
Maybe 2.5 stars. Some of it was moderately interesting, though most of it was slow. Takes place something like 3500 years after "Dune," so it barely relates to it.Published 1 month ago by Glenn E. Smith
Just finished this 4th book. It's a real treat! It really peers into the sufferings of a god-tyrant. Read morePublished 1 month ago by A. Burns
Probably the greatest work of science fiction ever written in the United States. Frank Herbert wrote this book on multiple levels so every time you Irtysh years! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Charley A
Forget reading anything after the first Dune novel. I made the mistake of buying them all at once and forced myself to read them all just to prove I could and also hoping there was... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Thud