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  1. Vince W

    Frank Herbert by Timothy O'Reilly

    I'm surprised (especially in myself) this hasn't been mentioned already, but Timothy O'Reilly (yes that Tim O'Reilly) wrote a biography of Frank Herbert that was published in 1981 by Frederick Ungar Publishing Co., Inc. as part of their Ungar's Recognitions series. This is no critical biography...
  2. Vince W

    Dune Film/TV Comeback

    Legendary films has acquired the rights to Dune. Legendary Entertainment Acquires Rights to Frank Herbert’s Classic Sci-Fi Novel Dune | Legendary Could a new Dune adaptation be in our foreseeable future?
  3. Stephen Palmer

    Amazing Dune art...

    Check out these wonderful envisionings of Dune…
  4. Vince W

    Guardian Article on Dune's 50th Anniversary

    I don't know how I missed this: http://www.theguardian.com/books/2015/jan/30/frank-herbert-dune-at-50-sci-fi-masterpiece Dune deserves more attention on it's 50th than it seems to be getting.
  5. Brian G Turner

    Dune series: worth reading?

    I really love Frank Herbert's Dune, but for some reason I've never really felt tempted to read the rest of the series. Dune felt like a complete novel in its own way, so I guess I have a stubborn resistance to continuing, in case it upsets my view of the first book. Now I wonder if I'm just...
  6. SpanishMill

    Dune, book editions

    I need some help identifying the pub date of my "Book Club Edition". There is a gutter code "T16" and the only sources for gutter codes I have been able to find online are for mostly doubleday publising... which if I follow that table, T16 translates to April 1978. Is this correct??? Some pics...
  7. TL Rese

    new frank herbert novel

    over the wkend, i saw this on kevin j. anderson's blog and wasn't quite sure what to make of it: http://kjablog.com/?p=2698#respond so thought i'd post this thread to see if i could get some answers. apparently, one of frank herbert's bottom-drawer novels, "high-opp", is now being...
  8. P

    What is the Golden Path?

    Hoping this isn’t a redundant thread, but just what is the Golden Path? Children of Dune seemed so pregnant with mystery and hidden secrets to me, with this ominous (not Omnious, hehe), great, nebulous Golden Path that only Leto can see. But when I finished GodEmp, I was confused as to what...
  9. C

    The White Plague

    Anyone read this book? It's not really sci-fi/fan in the sense that it takes place on earth and everything that occurs is entirely possible but its got to be my favourite FH book by far/ The basic premise is that a microbiologist who's wife and children were killed in a terrorist bombing in...
  10. Omphalos

    Search for an actual author

    Hi all, One of the things I've done as a hobby over the past few years is to put together and maintain a bibliography of Dune related items. The main list can be found HERE. One of the items on that list is a book that was supposed to have been written by a guy named Harold Lee Prosser. The...
  11. A

    Winds of Dune (Caution! contains series spoilers)

    The Winds of Dune, by Brian Herbert and Kevin Anderson This is the latest in the Dune series, which has gotten quite prolific - perhaps a never-ending franchise. Brian, of course, is the son of the late Frank Herbert, writing in association with author Kevin Anderson, equally prolific. This...
  12. biodroid

    New Dune Movie?

    Can it be true? Dune (2010) Peter Berg did Hancock and The Kingdom and they were both good. Lots of thrills and spills and decent character development IMHO.
  13. MontyCircus

    Dune by Frank Herbert

    As the cover humbly notes, it is "Science Fiction's Supreme Masterpiece", and on the back that it is "undoubtedly the grandest epic in science fiction". As the back cover blurb further informs me, it won the first Nebula Award and shared the Hugo Award. Wow. So as someone interested in...
  14. Rodders

    Dune: Book Vs film Vs TV

    I was reading the Blade runner part of the PKD section and saw this comment: "Hmmm thats funny J-sun because I like the movie of Dune and hope to get it on DVD,but i found the book almost unreadable and boring!" I really enjoyed the book, the movie and the TV series of Dune and Children of...
  15. Anthony G Williams

    Dune review

    Dune was first published in 1965 to immediate acclaim, and it remains one of the most popular SF novels ever written. I read it several times in the late 1960s and early 1970s but not since, so when it was chosen as "book of the month" for the Classic SF discussion group, I returned to it with...
  16. mutate

    Comic book characters in Dune!

    I saw this fan fic thread on another forum and it made me laugh! Paul led Stilgar along the stone corridor of the sietch untill the reached the room containing the icy glass cryo chamber with the black haired warrior inside. "He has been sleeping in there for thousands of years" Paul said...
  17. N

    ***Question about Easton Press Memorial edition of Dune***

    My GF is a huge dune fan and i wanted to purchase an Easton Press edition of Dune, however as i was searching around, i found that there seems to be 2 versions of this book. One of them has a gold inlay border on the front and back cover of the book while the other one does not have the border...
  18. Werthead

    The Legends of Dune Trilogy by Kevin J. Anderson and Brian Herbert

    A review of this controversial prequel to the Dune novels.
  19. O

    The Dosadi Experiment

    I'm getting the Frank Herbert book "The Dosadi Experiment". Have any of you guys read this before? Do any of you guys like this better than Dune?
  20. D

    Heretics of Dune : Some Queries

    I'm in the process of rereading the original Dune series for the first time in many years and have just completed Heretics of Dune only to realise that there are several issues in the book I don't understand. Perhaps people on this forum can enlighten me? *** Warning : There are spoilers here...
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