Dune Messiah by Frank Herbert(50 ratings)
|Submitted by Garrett Dell |
If you are expecting the average sequel to a successful book, then prepare to be surprised. This novel focuses almost solely on the political intrigue that occurs 12 years after DUNE. It is only 256 pages long, but it will drive most people away from a truly magnificent series. I suggest you force your way through the novel a first time then take a break then reread DUNE and read this novel again; it will make a lot more sense.
|Submitted by Jason Norris |
If you have read the first book and think you have a good idea where Frank Herbert would go with this book, you're probably wrong. Herbert shows his brilliance through what is not included in this book.
|Submitted by Guy C. Hepler |
The first Dune novel is really fascinating and engaging because of the intertwining of anthropology, planet ecology, politics, psycho-pharmacology,
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