With their usual skill, Brian Herbert and Kevin Anderson have taken ideas left behind by Frank Herbert and filled them with living characters and a true sense of wonder. Where Paul of Dune picked up the saga directly after the events of Dune, The Winds of Dune begins after the events of Dune Messiah.
Paul has walked off into the sand, blind, and is presumed dead. Jessica and Gurney are on Caladan; Alia is trying to hold the Imperial government together with Duncan; Mohiam dead at the hands of Stilgar; Irulan imprisoned. Pauls former friend, Bronso of Ix, now seems to be leading opposition to the House of Atreides. Herbert and Anderson's newest book in this landmark series will concentrate on these characters as well the growing battle between Jessica, and her daughter, Alia.
"Fans of the original Dune series will love seeing familiar characters, and the narrative voice smoothly evokes the elder Herbert's style." - Publishers Weekly
"Starred Review. This sequel to Paul of Dune is an important addition to the Dune chronology." - Library Journal
"... pity it didn't occur to Brian and Kevin that the reason Frank didn't write Dune Messiah through Children of Dune as a continuous saga was that little of significance or interest occurs in the interim.Slim pickings, even for Dune fanatics." - Kirkus Reviews
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Brian Herbert, the author of numerous novels and short stories, has been
critically acclaimed by leading reviewers in the United States and around the
world. The eldest son of science fiction superstar Frank Herbert, Brian moved 23
times before graduating from high school. Finances were tight in those days, as
his father (with success still years away) worked on and off as a newspaperman
and sometimes solely as a writer, neither of which brought in enough money to
support a family of three children, including Brian, his younger brother, Bruce,
and their older sister, Penny.
Funds were in such short supply that Brian's mother, Beverly, would sometimes pick only a few bills out of a hat to be paid and disregard the rest. In one of the places they lived, a small shack on the ...
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