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HUNTERS OF DUNE - Brian Herbert & Kevin J. Anderson (2006)

It has been 2 years (almost to the day) since I finished the final Dune book Frank Herbert wrote. I consider the series as a whole to be the greatest thing ever written, and think books 5 and 6 are actually the best of the lot. 438 more words


The Expanded Dune-iverse: Hunters and Sandworms and Prequels, OH MY!

These thoughts are SPOILER FREE until the warning.

After recently completing my annual re-reading of Frank Herbert’s Dune series and compiling my list of memorable quotes… 1,355 more words

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The Machine Crusade, by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson

Ah, the profits must flow.
-Aurelius Venport

Twenty-five years ago, the death of Manion Butler incited humanity against the machines that ruled them; the conflict quickly ramped up into a religious frenzy-an attitude that Omnius is ill equipped to understand.  833 more words

Kevin J. Anderson

Folio Society publishes Dune, @foliosociety

The Folio Society has released a press release announcing it’s newest collector’s edition of DUNE by Frank Herbert.

The Folio Society – “The Folio Society announces the publication of its much-anticipated edition of Frank Herbert’s classic science-fiction novel, Dune, illustrated by US artist Sam Weber. 271 more words


Book Review: Hellhole Inferno by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson

Hellhole Inferno (Hellhole Trilogy #3) by Brian Herbet and Kevin J. Anderson

Publisher: Tor

Publication Date: April 12, 2014

Edition: Hardcover, 528 pages

Genre: Science Fiction, Space Opera… 587 more words

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1965: Dune

Dune is your typical coming of age story. Meet Paul. Paul is 15 years old. Paul and his family are being moved because of his dad’s work. 920 more words