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Each of these characters will use their special talents to meet the challenges thrown at them. As I've been going through these I've gone back to Dune and have even re-read it for clarity.
I started with Dune because I just wanted to give my mind the right way to have it set from the very beginning thinking I might not "get" things if I started with The Butlerian Jihad, but as I've been going through all of these, I think that one can start with The Butlerian Jihad if they choose to do so, and when they get to Dune can appreciate it even more sandworms of dune epub software it becomes the culmination of what they had read before leading up to it.
Plus Dune shows itself as the forerunner in that what was "read before" never would have existed if Dune had never been written. The conclusion of the novel is a pretty flagrant Matrix Revolutions ripoff more than anything else. Without spoiling, there are more than a few "easy conveniences" that lead towards the conclusion of affairs, and the reasons given for those "easy conveniences" are unsatisfying and will leave you wondering what the point of it all was anyway.
There's honestly very little story here worth mentioning at all. sandworms of dune epub software
You can find online a MUCH more interesting, complete, intriguing, complex and true-to-Frank's-voice continuation of the Dune saga in "Dune Revenant" do an internet search. Dune", forget about Herbert and Anderson and read that instead.
House Atreides and The Butlerian Jihad — were the best. Both of these breathed new life into the mysterious world of Arrakis and the coming of the Kwisartz Haderach — the super-being of Bene Gesserit and Fremen prophecy. Sarah Connor from the Terminator mythos was never so bold, I suggest.
But these are the highest points in an otherwise mediocre series that leaves too little to the imagination.