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Hunters Of Dune ------> Sandworms Of Dune

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  • Robert G. Seeberger
    It may be time for some re-reading The text of the dustjacket of Hunters Of Dune: HUNTERS OF DUNE Frank Herbert s epic continues Since 1986, millions of
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 1, 2006
      It may be time for some re-reading<G>

      The text of the dustjacket of Hunters Of Dune:


      Frank Herbert's epic continues

      Since 1986, millions of readers have longed to know the ending of the
      uncompleted story which began in Heretics of Dune and continued in
      Chapterhouse: Dune. Before his death, Frank Herbert wrote a detailed
      outline for his chronological grand finale, under the working title of
      Dune 7, and placed it along with additional material about Dune in a
      bank safe deposit box. There it remained hidden for ten years, and the
      great Dune chronicles remained unfinished. His son Brian Herbert and
      Kevin J. Anderson have now completed this epic in two volumes, finally
      answering the questions Dune fans have been debating for almost two

      Hunters of Dune is the first of two breathtaking journeys into the
      world of Dune as it remakes itself in a new form after its greatest

      Fleeing from the monstrous Honored Matres -- dark counterparts of the
      Bene Gesserit Sisterhood -- Duncan Idaho, a woman named Sheeana who
      can talk to sandworms, the military genius Bashar Miles Teg, and a
      group of desperate refugees explore the boundaries of the universe.

      Aboard their sophisticated no-ship, they have used long-stored cells
      to resurrect heroes and villains from the past including Paul Muad'dib
      and his love Chani, Lady Jessica, Thufir Hawat, even the traitor
      Doctor Yueh, all in preparation for a final confrontation with a
      mysterious outside Enemy so great it can destroy even the terrible
      Honored Matres.

      And, deep in the hold of their giant ship, the refugees carry the last
      surviving sandworms from devastated Arrakis, as they search the
      universe for a new Dune.

      The authors are currently writing Sandworms of Dune, which will
      complete the story. This grand conclusion brings together the great
      storylines and characters from the time of the Butlerian Jihad to the
      original Dune series and beyond.

      --- KJA


      >From The Dune Blog Maru


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