Children of Dune

Children of Dune

Book - 1977
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For use in schools and libraries only. On the planet of Aurakis, men, nature, and time attend the messianic and evolutionary growth of Leto and his twin sister Ghanima, children and successors of the mighty Muad'Dib.
Publisher: New York : Berkley Books, 1977, c1976.
Edition: Berkley ed.
ISBN: 9780425043837
0425043835
Branch Call Number: 813/.54
PS3558.E63 C47 1977
PS3558.E63 C47 1977
Characteristics: 408 p. ; 18 cm.

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BookReviewer2015 Feb 02, 2015

The penultimate Dune Book!

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AlexQ0
Jun 29, 2014

A very good book, something you'd expect from Frank Herbert.

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div_dbrl
Mar 16, 2010

This is a solid entry in the "Dune" series. I particularly enjoyed the surprise ending, and where Herbert took it with subsequent novels.

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mariaf
Feb 20, 2009

The desert planet of Dune is still the key to ruling the Universe.
Now that Paul has taken over ... how will he maintain his dominance over all the minor houses and their plottings.

A must read series

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