Dune Companion: Novels Reading Order, Characters, Planets, Houses & More in Frank Herbert's books series (2) Pocketbok – 20 November 2020
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Have you been searching for the best Dune reading order? Or maybe more information about the Dune universe?
We've got some good news for you; your search ends here.
The forthcoming remake of Dune by Denis Villeneuve has led to renewed interest in the 1965 expansive sci-fi classic from Frank Herbert and the immense realm it birthed. Nevertheless, getting the right sequence for the books can be quite onerous.
The labyrinthine nature of Dune novels is a well-known fact; it boasts sprawling plots, bizarre character names, and some enchanting themes.
Despite the above, anyone who has followed Dune in the right order will attest that the series ranks amongst the best sci-fi novels of all time.
This guide will show you how to read the Dune books by Frank Herbert in order while showing you other novels written by his son Brian and sci-fi author, Kevin J. Anderson. The guide will also help you navigate the Dune books and better understand the meaning of the novels.
Since this book includes:
- Reading order of Dune books;
- Description and names of the main characters of the books;
- Terminology from Frank Herbert's novels, including descriptions of terms such as Gom Jabbar, Sandworm, Spice, etc.
- Description of planets, including Arrakis;
- Themes and ideas in the Dune novels.
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Köps ofta tillsammans
- ASIN : B08NTL5TB7
- Utgivare : Independently published (20 November 2020)
- Språk : Engelska
- Pocketbok : 138 sidor
- ISBN-13 : 979-8568213352
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Die abgebildeten Cover der jeweiligen Bücher sind extrem klein und durchgängig in schwarz-weiß gehalten. Erkennen kann man deshalb nicht wirklich viel. Insgesamt dürfte man mehr über die Bücher und das Dune-Universum erfahren, wenn man sich auf die entsprechenden Wikipedia-Seiten begibt.
à "Feyd-Rautha Harkonnen" et à "Emperor Shaddam IV" (pages 34 et 36) !
En outre, ce n'est pas "accurate" comme explications, ordres de lecture, etc..
Comment peut-on publier pareilles erreurs ? Pas Top !
I’m a lover of all things Dune, including the reference works, and the Brian Herbert/Kevin Anderson novels, and as a collector, it pains me to throw a book away. This book went straight into the bin after I read it.
It reads like a bad high-school project. The layout is inconsistent. The editing is terrible, with many typos, and numerous grammatical errors throughout. There are sections which are completely duplicated (Shaddam’s description is word-for-word from Feyd Rautha’s description, for example.) Many sentences literally make no sense, repeat themselves, or run on and on. The chronological reading order is wrong. The descriptions are barely more than surface level, and inconsistent. And to top it off, the brand new book (more like a pamphlet) had several pages fall out of it.
The author needs to seriously edit this book, or better yet, abandon it to the desert. It is perhaps best that it dies in the innards of a worm.