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review Dune author Frank Herbert Ð eBook or Kindle ePUB Frank Herbert ½ 3 read & download Diese Droge die man auf Arrakis im großen Stil abbaut verleiht Menschen die Gabe in die Zukunft zu sehen und bildet damit die Grundlage der interstellaren Raumfahrt Als Letos Armee in einen tödlichen Hinterhalt gerät u. DuneNo other single syllable means as much to the science fiction genre a single word that conjures images of sandworms spice wars great battles between rival dynastic families and a massively detailed and intricately crafted universe No wonder this is widely regarded as not just a Science Fiction masterpiece but a literary achievement as well Like a study of Shakespeare the reader finds that this is an archetype upon which many influences and imitators have based their works The complexity and depth of the creation is staggering and I am continually astounded at the discipline with which Herbert must have focused his imaginationThis is the book upon which Herbert would base his greatest series and one that would outlive him as his son has continued to expand and add detail to the vast immaculate tapestry woven by a true master of the genre Encapsulating political economic sociological biological cultural and dynastic themes Frank Herbert has set a high standard for later practitionersBrilliant2015 reread Read years later this has lost none of its narrative power if anything I can better appreciate the virtuoso attention to detail Herbert exhibited in his epic creation From the perspective of having read his later 5 Dune seuels I am astounded at the rich tapestry he has woven Most impressive was his close omnipresence analyzing the thoughts and minute actions and subtle nuances of his complicated dynamic interplay of characters The exhaustive training of the Bene Gesserit and the intricate relations of the Houses and the Guild would stand as a monumental benchmark for speculative fiction ever sinceThis time around I found myself looking closely at the Harkonnens and will likely read some of Brian Herbert s additions to his fathers great work2019 reread I m even in love with this book and am again in awe of Herbert s narrative skill This time around I noticed that all of the uotes that begin chapters are from Princess Irulan and I paid close attention to how Herbert crafted these interludesI also was drawn to the religious undertones that really began very early in the book and how Paul realized his gifts and was preparing for his role in the beginning chapters all demonstrating Herbert s great narrative skillFinally I became aware of what a great character was Gurney Halleck While the ghola of Duncan Idaho dominated the later books Herbert s creation of Halleck was an enjoyable and thought provoking addition to this masterpiece Souls in the Great Machine rival dynastic families and a massively detailed and intricately crafted universe No wonder this is widely Judge Dredd Chronicles #19 regarded as not just a Science Fiction masterpiece but a literary achievement as well Like a study of Shakespeare the THE WALLPAPER CHASE reader finds that this is an archetype upon which many influences and imitators have based their works The complexity and depth of the creation is staggering and I am continually astounded at the discipline with which Herbert must have focused his imaginationThis is the book upon which Herbert would base his greatest series and one that would outlive him as his son has continued to expand and add detail to the vast immaculate tapestry woven by a true master of the genre Encapsulating political economic sociological biological cultural and dynastic themes Frank Herbert has set a high standard for later practitionersBrilliant2015 SpongeBob Mix Match reread Read years later this has lost none of its narrative power if anything I can better appreciate the virtuoso attention to detail Herbert exhibited in his epic creation From the perspective of having Rules of the Knife Fight read his later 5 Dune seuels I am astounded at the Know What I Saw? rich tapestry he has woven Most impressive was his close omnipresence analyzing the thoughts and minute actions and subtle nuances of his complicated dynamic interplay of characters The exhaustive training of the Bene Gesserit and the intricate The Goodbye Girl Vocal Selections relations of the Houses and the Guild would stand as a monumental benchmark for speculative fiction ever sinceThis time around I found myself looking closely at the Harkonnens and will likely Gunnin' For Love read some of Brian Herbert s additions to his fathers great work2019 MIA Hunter reread I m even in love with this book and am again in awe of Herbert s narrative skill This time around I noticed that all of the uotes that begin chapters are from Princess Irulan and I paid close attention to how Herbert crafted these interludesI also was drawn to the Overlords of Atlantis and the Great Pyramid religious undertones that Magic and Mayhem really began very early in the book and how Paul Good bye realized his gifts and was preparing for his The Black Seminoles History of a Freedom Seeking People role in the beginning chapters all demonstrating Herbert s great narrative skillFinally I became aware of what a great character was Gurney Halleck While the ghola of Duncan Idaho dominated the later books Herbert s creation of Halleck was an enjoyable and thought provoking addition to this masterpiece

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review Dune author Frank Herbert Ð eBook or Kindle ePUB Frank Herbert ½ 3 read & download Nd der Herzog fällt flieht sein Sohn Paul in die Wüste und taucht bei Arrakis‘ Ureinwohnern den Fremen unter Diese erkennen in ihm den lange vorhergesagten Messias und Paul rüstet sich zu einem gnadenlosen Rachefeldz. If this is the gold standard against which all science fiction must measure and be judged let s just blow our brains out right now and call it a day As far as I can tell Dune largely inspires two points of view One marvels at its historical importance and world building uniue fascinating complex rich and the other dislikes the stilted writing but does so apologetically because Frank Herbert couldn t help the fact that he wrote science fiction in the 1960s and that Edward Said hadn t done his thing yet Come on people of the world Linear models of progress don t apply to good writing Frank Herbert can t write because he s a shitty writer not because it was the 1960s The dialogue is clunky and characters have endless internal monologues in italics that serve no purpose but to explain incredibly obvious plot points to the reader This is an embarrassingly novice mistake The plot also lacks any element of surprise Princess Irulan oblivious to the concept of spoiler alerts summarizes all major plot points in her historical vignettes which introduce every single chapter We can t wonder about whether and how Jesus Christ Paul will become the messiah of the people because the princess has already told us before we ve begun the book We can t wonder about who the traitor in the Atreides house is because Princess Irulan s vignette is all like Yueh Yueh A million deaths were not enough for Yueh And then there s the world building It is So Fucking Lazy Half the words are lifted from Arabic and Arab Fremen culture is the result of a scavenger rampage through Islamic concepts scraps of Buddhism and Frank Hebert s Orientalist curiosities all cobbled together into a cringe inducing whole The main subject of this book the sand niggers Fremen have been in the desert for thousands of years border on religious fanaticism and haven t changed a bit over time They pray salat conserve water because hello desert and wait for their white savior Paul to bring them out into the light or into the shade as it were They freuently declare Muslim sounding things in bastardized Arabic and are very upset because the Imperial forces are preventing them from doing Haj It s unclear how the Imperial forces have blocked all outbound flights to Saudi Arabia but we ll take it on faith There was a jihad situation like hundreds of years ago but it was apparently a jihad against computers I don t know The ragheads Fremen also do this thing where two men will fight to the death and the winner will take the dead man s woman as his wife or his servant Given the history of the US I think it s hilarious that a book full of racism imperialism and misogyny was considered groundbreaking in the 1960s The other thing that makes this book unreadable is Frank Herbert s I Tarzan You Jane approach to gender There is in each of us an ancient force that takes and an ancient force that gives A man finds little difficulty facing that place within himself where the taking force dwells but it s almost impossible for him to see into the giving force without changing into something other than man For a woman the situation is reversed The greatest peril to the Giver is the force that takes The greatest peril to the Taker is the force that gives Man has the mighty penis Mighty penis does the thrusting action Woman has the sacred hole Sacred hole is warm and open for mighty penis penetration Thanks for clearing that up Frank Male and female characters in this book align nicely with Frank s pole in hole view of the world The men do the war because the penis The women do the manipulation and mind control because the vagina They are either wives or concubines and having children is of utmost important Man and his woman sometimes have tender conversations about all of this Observe Paul began tightening his still suit You told me once the words of Kitab al Ibar he said You told me Woman is thy field go then to thy field and till it I am the mother of thy firstborn she agreed How romantic Anyway let s talk some about Paul our white messiah When he s taking a break from tilling his fields he s busy being a cartoon hero He has no flaws Like none He sees everything understands everything knows the future and every word out of his mouth is prophetic and vaguely Shakespearean This is the kind of shit he says Re aforementioned penisvagina theory And you my son Jessica asked are you one who gives or one who takes I m at the fulcrum he said I cannot give without taking and I cannot take without givingYou re SIXTEEN bitch Sit down and shut the fuck up Nobody cares Opposite the cartoon hero is the cartoon villain He s really really evil He wakes up evil goes to bed evil and all the time in the middle he has evil conversations and evil thoughts Many of his evil thoughts are in italics so we know EXACTLY where the story is headed because plot twists are also evil and will not be tolerated Please note he is also fat as fuck and eats a lot Also he s a big homo And the homo s a pedo I really have nothing to say I AM glad I took the time to wade through this shitstorm of misogyny and orientalism You can t read sci fi and not have read Dune I always suspected I might hate it but at least now I have proof

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review Dune author Frank Herbert Ð eBook or Kindle ePUB Frank Herbert ½ 3 read & download Wer das Gewürz kontrolliert kontrolliert die GalaxisHerzo Leto Oberhaupt des Huses Atreides erhält Arrkis zum Lehen den Wüstenplaneten eine lebensfeindliche und doch begehrte Welt denn unter dem Sand liegt das Gewürz. Nope Sorry I don t get itI was able to finish it by listening to the audiobook but I was bored throughout the whole 21hSo many descriptions anyone else found the way Paul s mom describing him kinda weirdAnd let s not even mention how many times I laughed at the main female character being called JessicaI m sure I ll get plenty of comments telling me it s a classic and it brought so much to the genre At the end of the day my rating is always based on my enjoyment


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