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The author of the book: Brian Herbert
Edition: Hodder And Stoughton Ltd
Date of issue: 2007
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Reader ratings: 3.4
ISBN: 0340837497
ISBN 13: 9780340837498
Language: English
Format files: PDF
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The penultimate chronicle of Dune can be described in four words. The premise of the book, the setting, the whole storyline, the motivations and development of every single character; it all stems from this short sentence:

The Enemy is coming.

Mother Commander Murbella is preparing the New Sisterhood for war against an unknown foe from the far reaches of space. Mysterious hunters are chasing the escaped no-ship containing the prophet Sheeana and her allies. And in desperation to save his own skin, Scytale, last of the great Tleilaxu Masters of old, comes up with an impossible plan…

Hunters of Dune is defined by two things. First by one of the most daring twists in the history of science fiction. Scytale’s plan. It has the potential to be the most utterly ridiculous concept I have ever read, but also the complete opposite. Time will tell.

And second, by a chain of important revelations at the end leading up to the answering of the ultimate question:

Who is the Enemy?

The interesting thing is that most readers familiar with this series will not have heard of the Enemy at all. It was introduced by Frank Herbert in the very last book he wrote before he passed away. And Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson have taken the whole thing to a new level, connecting everything so brilliantly I am almost getting angry at the amount of criticism they have received.

A Dune book this good hasn’t been published since before Star Wars came into existence.

(view spoiler)[Huh? Yes yes yes, five stars, four stars, one star... who cares about the stars?

What kind of BOOK does this to me?

I'm writing these words after having walked back and forth for fifteen minutes with my arms on top of my head, all the while laughing hysterically. Seriously.

The book wasn't even exciting until the last 5%.

Ooooooooh, lord.

What a fucking horrible revelation, and yet so damnably brilliant.

Full review to come. Probably. I could just write it now, as I won't be sleeping much tonight. (hide spoiler)]

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Ebook Hunters of Dune read Online! Brian Patrick Herbert is an American author who lives in Washington state. He is the elder son of science fiction author Frank Herbert.

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