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This listing’s “Look inside” option details the contained short stories, but does not go far enough in showing the value of the final chapter. Chronology of Dune Fiction (pg. 215) is an invaluable list (see below) for anyone entering this epic saga for the first time, or like me, simply stock piling books for yet another grand end–to–end run. Cross referencing this list with the one contained on the Official Dune Website _ which was recently (03/14/2017) updated _ I find only two variations. (1) The Website makes added note of The Road to Dune between Paul of Dune & Dune Messiah, and (2) the short “Sea Child” takes place during the events of Chapterhouse Dune, this chronology has it listed before, while the Website locates it afterwards.
Final observations. This paperback’s font is of a larger size as to make for very pleasant reading. The list below acknowledges the short stories contained herein with “quotation marks”. And finally, the earlier release of The Road to Dune has many of these short stories, which have otherwise been unavailable to technologically backwards grunts like myself (eBooks ???), but offers other unique narrative as to make it worth considering.
The Butlerian Jihad
The Machine Crusade
“The Faces of a Martyr”
The Battle of Corrin
Sisterhood of Dune
Mentats of Dune
Navigators of Dune
“A Whisper of Caladan Seas”
Paul of Dune
The Winds of Dune
Children of Dune
God Emperor of Dune
Heretics of Dune
“Treasury in the Sand”
Hunters of Dune
Sandworms of Dune
The Road to Dune (Short-Story by FH)
Even though it's a collection of short stories, each one are worth your time in reading.