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Dune
Frank Herbert
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Avatar for Jody W. Jody W. said:
Won the 1966 Hugo Award. Tied with Roger Zelazny's "...And Call Me Conrad"
posted Jul 25, 2011 at 3:04PM
Avatar for Jody W. Jody W. said:
Won the 1965 Nebula Award.
posted Jul 25, 2011 at 12:02PM
Avatar for Jody W. Jody W. said:
This novel won the Nebula Award in 1966. More than 30 years later it’s still fascinating and a great adventure story. It’s kind of like Lawrence of Arabia meets Star Wars.
posted Feb 19, 2010 at 10:49AM
Morgan said:
i thought it was very cool. it was about these people who went to a desert planet and the main guy, Paul, survives an asationation attempt with his mother and joins a small band of fremen or desert dwellers. he survives to reclame the throne of the planet and kills the emperor. it did get kinda boring in the middle, though. [Series: Dune #1]
posted May 9, 2006 at 11:08AM
Morgan said:
This book was suprisingly complicated, yet easy to read. It takes place in the real world, with no fantisy, unless you count being placed about a million or two years in the future. About a boy/man of 15 years, this book explors the world of Mentat, or human/computer, training, the desert planet Arakes, the fremen, or natives of Arakes, the highly adictive and potent spice, and the effect all of this has on the boy/man Paul Atrades, heir to the Duke Leto and Oh so much more. If this made sence and you haven't read the book, then I'm scared. So, therefore, READ THIS BOOK 'CAUSE IT'S REALLY COOL!
posted Jun 23, 2004
Katherine said:
Set in the distant future, DUNE is about Paul, a boy who goes to live on the planet Arrakis when his father the duke takes over. When the duke is killed by the evil Baron Harkonnen, who was previously in control of Arrakis, Paul and his mother are forced to flee into the desert. There, Paul must face his prophecied destiny as he plots to take back Arrakis. [Series: Dune Chronicles #1]
posted Apr 9, 2004
Betsey said:
This was the best book I have ever read. It is placed on a different planet that has little to no water. It is a great survival story for all. [Series: Dune Chronicles #1]
posted Apr 9, 2004
Jack said:
This book was great. I am a die-hard sci fi fan and think myself to be a tough critic. I loved this book. YOU MUST READ THIS BOOK!!! [Series: Dune Chronicles #1]
posted Apr 9, 2004
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main characters Paul Atreides
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Age: Young adult
Nobleman
Son of the ruling family of Arrakis.

Vladimir Harkonnen
Male
Treacherous; leader of the Atreides' rivals, House Harkonnen.



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