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Dune: House Atreides

by Brian Herbert, Kevin J. Anderson

Dune: House Atreides
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  • First Published:
    Oct 1999, 604 pages
    Paperback:
    Aug 2000, 720 pages

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Anonymous (08/09/01)

Mark Kani
I thought that this novel sets the scene to Dune very well and that the characters seem to portray the story and the history of the rest of the Dune novels in every realistic setting , This is a well deserved prequel and sets the context of the Dune series in which I am proud to say that I own this copy . If you have read the rest of the Dune series then you would have to agree that the characters in this novel tend to follow on from the original Dune book in particular Thufir Hawat and that he hasn't changed other than the fact he might be younger i think? However the only bone that i have to pick is why isn't Gurney Halleck in this prequel maybe he isn't born yet , But in the first novel he remembers the old Duke Pualus strange that he is not in this novel , Well hopefully he would be in the next novel House Harkonen
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