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The Imperial House Corrino was once the deadliest and grandest House Major found within the Known universe, and for many thousands of years the imperial. In this fully satisfying conclusion after Dune: House Atreides and Dune: In Dune: Anderson bring us the magnificent final chapter in the unforgettable saga begun in Dune:

Like hundreds of yards beneath the surface of Arrakis.

That place is deep. A city underground, we're so brilliant for coming up with that one.

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What about a little symbolism or something? Nothing too heavy, I mean you are selling a sci-fi adventure here. But just something that paints the picture a little. I don't know yet, but it'll be awesome. What matters is sales. As long as it's selling, we're not going to interfere. But I'm really afraid they're going to slip even more with this one. I mean, you've got a story, but readers want DUNE.

You understand what I'm saying? We've got a story. It's a great story. I love what you've done with it, man. Like that scene when the heighliner folds space and ends up in the middle of nowhere.

Yeah, and that scene you came up with where there's a swordfight to defend the castle 20, years in the future. That happens in every other chapter. That's because it's so damned good. What about the rest of it? Oh, they're great characters. My father, God bless him, came up with most of them. Baron Harkonnen is actually quite round.

I think he means figuratively. They are a bit—similar. Leto is a loved leader. Shaddam a hated ruler. And Harkonnen has sex with smooth skinned little boys. Yes, but you couldn't tell those things based on any of their actions.

It's only because you tell us those things about them. It would be nice to see these differences in character through the eyes of your characters. You want us to show the Barron have sex with lots of little children? Just make it so that I could pick up a line of dialogue and know who said it.

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It does do that. After each line there's an attribution. I think he means they should speak in different languages. There aren't different languages throughout all these planets in the universe, just secret languages we like to tell the readers about. Everyone has a secret language. How come we never actually hear these secret languages? Because it would confuse the reader. Yeah, the reader is dumb. That's why we continually have to remind the reader what they read in the previous chapter.

How many times must we be reminded that the Baron likes little boys? How many times must the reader be reminded that Jessica is carrying a boy to make up for Victor? Or that Tleilaxu technology is inferior?

Or that the artificial spice was created under the direction of Shaddam and blah blah blah?

And eight before that! In the book before that one. How many reminders does the reader need? I think we need to step back here and— Editor: Oh, I plan on stepping back alright. I can't do this anymore. I can't take it. Will House Crappito sell enough to warrant it's publication? I believe it will, sir. Our reports show nerds will buy about anything we tell them to. That's what I want to hear. Now boys, you're gonna take these concerns we've shared with you in the next batch of novels you write, right?

Speaking of great ideas, I had an idea about our seventh series. What if we make the books take place in the present day, but all the paths lead to Dune? It would be like a prequel 20, years in the past. Think of all the series we could fill in between them.

When do we start? Next week's out for me, I'll be watching a Star Wars marathon. What about the weekend? Yeah, we should be able to crank it out in twelve hours.


Will there be a character in the book who likes little boys? Of course there will be, KJ. Of course there will. View all 5 comments.

Mar 25, Athena Shardbearer rated it liked it Shelves: Buddy Read with Markus! This is the third book my brother-in-law loaned me because I'm a Dune fan. The first two were the first two books pre-Dune chronology of the second trilogy written by these guys. The third book should have been "The Battle of Corrin," but he gave me this instead.

In other words, this stuff is all happening in the immediate pa I guess I might as well wrap this up. In other words, this stuff is all happening in the immediate past before the original Dune begins. In other words, very much like the last two I read. Actually, this one seems to be better-written before they got tired of it all? And that's just in the first fifty pages or so!

Moving along now and finding that my initial optimism about the writing was a bit misplaced. It's turning out to be much like the previous books but with the virtue of having the aforementioned familiar characters. As before there's a lot of plot and that helps keep one interested enough to keep on, though perhaps with a bit of the old skip-skimming.

Things have picked up again as "stuff" starts happening. The crappy, digressive, descriptive blah-blah is kept to a realative minimum. Exactly what that means is??????? Like The Lord of the Rings it had an ending for each plot thread. The page set-up was kind of weird. At the beginning of each new section the first page had wider margins than the "normal" pages, this making the text "skinnier" for that page those pages.

This must have added another 50 or so pages to the book. So many mini-chapters too. These are definitely a part of the Frank Herbert-written "Heretics of Dune, however. The Baron "He smashed furnishings and threatened his aides, but nothing helped. He bellowed up at the sky, "Damn you, Shaddam! This book is a perfect example of why I'd love for G'reads to add a sixth star to the possibility of ratings. Nothing is as good as the originals.

In an attempt to discredit House Atreides and retain their hegemony, the Imperial House Corrino under the leadership of Shaddam IV, devised a plan to dispose of their potential rival by ordering them to take over the planetary fief of Arrakisand then disposing of them through their hated rival House Harkonnenvia an audacious, and highly illegal, invasion of the planet.

Meanwhile, the enslavers of Ix must contend with threats from exiled Prince Rhombur Vernius, who wishes to rule the planet instead. The Emperor meanwhile, is trying to show that he can rule on his own without needing to take advice from potential rivals — which almost backfires spectacularly towards the end of the novel.

Initially the plan looked to have succeeded. But Duke Leto Atreides, grief-stricken yet corrono by the tragic death of his son Victor, determined to restore the honor and prestige of his House, has his own plans for Ix. Leto and Rhombur fight for the freedom of Ix, and Emperor Corrino shows just how inept he is through a plan involving the desert planet of Dune.

Apr 17, bella rated it it was amazing. And fifteen before that. Pages to import images to Wikidata All stub articles. Even Roderick himself is nearly forced to abdicate by Josef Venport, who brings his powerful fleet to Salusa Secundus to demand that the new Emperor join forces with him against Torondo, even though Venport himself has no desire to be Emperor.

House Corrino Fearful of losing his precarious hold on the Golden Lion Throne, Shaddam IV, Emperor of a Million Housee, has devised a radical scheme to develop an alternative to melange, the addictive spice that binds the Imperium together and that can be found only on the desert world of Dune. In other words, this stuff is all happening in the immediate pa I guess I might as well wrap this up. Views Read Edit View history.

Paul Atreides 10,— 10, A. Anderson bring us the magnificent final chapter in the unforgettable saga begun corrin Dune: So how do you boys feel corfino it? The House Corrino was formed when Count Burseg Sheuset Ecevit of the Sardau wanted to ensure the position of his house and waged war against the other important houses of the Landsraad. None the less I enjoy the expanded universe. Yeah, the reader is dumb.

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