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I’ve come to this book later than most, and I’m so glad I did. I was wondering, is it necessary to read the rest of the series or not? But his legacy lived on and it was his son Brian Herbert who resumed the Dune series, in collaboration with Kevin Anderson widely known for contributing to the Star Wars universe by writing lots of original stories, especially “The Jedi Academy Trilogy”.

I really want to read the novel Dune. Load 4 more questions. See Featured Authors Answering Questions. Perhaps some might actually be skipped altogether? Hunters of Dune 8. It turned out these notes were actually rough guidelines about the legendary Dune 7, the missing part of the saga, the one which would complete the series, which no one had expected to see.

One could also ponder if all these books are really worth it, all 18 of them.

Please, check your email, the code to access your BookLikes blog was sent to you already. Dune is at the top of my list of great science fiction series. No, it’s not necessary to read the rest of the series.

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Is there more of Alia in the later Dune books? All in all, I hope you’ll enjoy the Dune Chronicles!


The Dune saga practically consists of two parts. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. The first six books were written by Frank Herbert in the period between and Hello, guys, one quick question: John Dodds I read it when I was about 11 or 12 maybe even the advanced age of 13 and I loved it.

The answer is YES! If somebody has rewritten Dune make your way immediately to a used book store and buy the original. Also loved the Ender saga. Hopefully I’ll find out soon enough They’ll turn out to be pretty enjoyable. The Battle of Corrin – Dune 7 as a matter of fact it’s an untitled series but it’s practically Dune 7, split in two parts and it obviously resumes the story from where Frank Herbert left it in distant I have trouble finding new stuff that I like. Not only that but just after they’d started writing the first few books of the “modern” Dune era, they discovered long lost and forgotten material by late Frank, sealed for 15 odd years in a bank locker.

The Butlerian Jihad 5. Bookstooge’s Reviews On the Road rated it 2 years ago http: My question is, what of comparable quality and scope has been written in the last years?

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House Atreides 2. Ratnayake rated it 1 year ago http: I think it’d be a sin really if your first impression about Dune were from the books of Brian Herbert and not from Frank’s.

Obviously the first six books by Frank hronikke MUCH deeper but if you could make some concessions, Brian’s volumes are pretty good done. But I couldn’t put the book down and just finished. My suggestion is to read them exactly in the order in which they were presented above.


Log in Sign up. Sisterhood of Dune The story of Paul Muad’Dib, the heir to the Atreides dukedom, Midu Reads rated it 2 years ago http: Sandworms of Dune Heroes of Dune series it’s about a period starting around 15 years before Dune until its very beginning: Reading adult science fiction as a boy encouraged me more than anything else to seek out the classics, non-fiction, experimental fiction, you name it.

Do we need to first read Dune or perhaps go with the Butlerian Jihad which, after all, takes place 10 thousand years earlier? Dune One may read them in this exact order, as they’re not only yronike by publishing date but it’s also how the epic unfolds in chronological order.

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It describes hronoke wo Dune by Frank Herbert. Lo Loved Foundation and Dune. A great book full of grand themes. Dune stands in this tradition. I’d say the first twelve of them from Dune to The Battle of Corrin are really a must read. I’ll start with the criticism. Moreover the saga of Dune by no hrnoike ends with that 1 book, as only in the second volume there are huge plot twists and the story develops drastically taking a whole new turn quite unexpected too.

James Elkins Alia is a major character in books 2 and 3, but both take place several years after the conclusion of book 1.