Dune T.3 Children Of Dune - orion - 9781473233782 -
Dune T.3 Children Of Dune 

Dune T.3 Children Of Dune
The Third Dune Novel

Nine years after Paul Muad'Dib disappeared blind into the deserts of Arrakis at the conclusion of Dune Messiah, his orphaned twins, Ghanima and Leto, are quickly growing up and realizing that they are pawns in an epic struggle for the ultimate power -- control of the Imperium. No one around them can be trusted, as evidenced by Alia, the twins' aunt and official guardian, who has become the [...]
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Editeur : Orion

Date parution :

 Anglais


Reliure :
Broché
Nbr de pages :
432
Dimension :
12,9 x 19,6 x 3,6 cm
Poids :
298 gr
ISBN 10 :
147323378x
ISBN 13 :
9781473233782
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Nine years after Paul Muad'Dib disappeared blind into the deserts of Arrakis at the conclusion of Dune Messiah, his orphaned twins, Ghanima and Leto, are quickly growing up and realizing that they are pawns in an epic struggle for the ultimate power -- control of the Imperium. No one around them can be trusted, as evidenced by Alia, the twins' aunt and official guardian, who has become the Abomination so many feared she would be. She is, in fact, possessed by ancestral voices inside her mind, and one in particular -- the Baron Vladimir Harkonnen -- is pushing her to fulfill her darkest prophecies.

Conspiracies abound in this novel as the cult of Muad'Dib and the post-Paul governmental brain trust seem to be rotting from within. Sensing weakness, greedy factions -- like the Bene Gesserit Sisterhood and House Corrino -- converge on Arrakis to destroy House Atreides once and for all.


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Dune
(1965) of American science fiction novelist Frank Patrick Herbert for its intricate plot and its broad intellectual scope.

Frank Herbert authored five critically acclaimed and commercially successful sequels to this best-known work. Widely considered among the classics in the field of science fiction, the Dune saga, set in the distant future and taking place over millennia, dealt with themes, such as human survival, human evolution, ecology, and the intersection of religion, politics, and power.

He was the father of fellow author Brian Herbert.

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