[(Children of Dune: Dune Chronicles Bk. 3)] [Author: Frank Herbert] published on (September, 1991)

Children of Dune Dune Chronicles Bk Author Frank Herbert published on September

  • Title: [(Children of Dune: Dune Chronicles Bk. 3)] [Author: Frank Herbert] published on (September, 1991)
  • Author: Frank Herbert
  • ISBN: 9994737503
  • Page: 472
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    1. Connaitre l'avenir ne rend pas plus heureux, c'est une morale qui pourrait s'appliquer à ce livre.Dans ce 4 eme tome de Dune, nous nous retrouvons environs 10 après le messie de Dune, les jumeau Leto II et Ghanima, les enfants de Paul, ne sont pas vraiment des enfants puisse qu'ils partagent l'expérience et la vie de nombreux être en eux.Alia la soeur de Paul est devenue folle à cause de ses voix intérieurs. Le désert se rarefie sur Arrakis et les vers donc l'épices aussi.Tous ont un pla [...]


    2. Once more an empire stands on the brink of revolution. Alia rules as regent, but without her brother’s gift of prescience she is forced to rely on more mundane methods to cling to power, while voices from the past return to oppose her. Elsewhere House Corrino sets their own plan in motion, preying on the discontent in a vain hope to reclaim their throne. And in the center of it all, Paul’s children, Leto and Ghani. As pre-born they came into the world fully aware, containing echoes of every [...]


    3. Every story has its tragedies, and the Dune series is full of them. What becomes of Paul and Alia? What is the Golden Path? Why is it so important? This is all high drama and tragedy worthy of Shakespeare and Homer - and no, I don’t think I’m over exaggerating, since I think Herbert dug deep into those classics to create this three-part story. (I’m ignoring the next three books at the moment)This is the Twin’s story, and the wrapping of up Paul’s, and only the beginning of this fantast [...]


    4. The first Dune book was outstanding. Just a masterpiece. Thoroughly enjoyable. If all you know of Dune was that hatchet job of a movie from the 80s you owe it to yourself to read this book.The second Dune book was also very good. Many negative reviews for it but I enjoyed.Children of Dune is where the series took a turn for me and I was no longer interested in reading more about this world. I pushed through the last quarter of the book just to finish it.


    5. With Paul Atreides no longer leading the galactic empire that he wrestled from Padishah Emperor Shaddam IV, the mantle of command falls upon the shoulders of his troubled sister Alia, as Regent, while the true heirs are still but children. Can "children" even apply to the pair of youths who possess incredible maturity and stores of hereditary experiences and abilities comparable to the Bene Gesserit nearly from birth? Leto II and Ghanima Atreides must try to survive threats to their political [...]


    6. Don't buy the Gollancz edition, see attached images. I stuck it out for about 100 pages but now I'm seeking a refund or exchange for a different edition. There are many problems with the version from Gollancz, namely:- The text is blurry and blotchy, very difficult to read without very bright light. Normal text sometimes looks italicized, and it's hard to tell when certain passages were meant to be italicized or not- The margins are terrible. The text goes almost all the way into the binding, so [...]


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