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'Congratulations to Herbert and Anderson for transporting us back to this richly excavated world...A spicy melange treat for both new and long-time fans of the series' Billy Dee Williams (of Star Wars, Lady Sings the Blues etc)
House Harkonnen is compulsive reading. I certainly enjoyed meeting pardot Kynes and Liet, learning more about the Freman, as well as Gurney Halleck, Duncan Idaho and the Lady Jessica. Such vile villains...and such a fascinating description of splendid places. (Anne McCaffrey on House Harkonnen)
'Brian Herbert and Kevin J Anderson succeed in weaving their own intricate saga. Dune: House Atreides does its predecessors justice.' USA Today
Those who long to return to the world of desert, spice and sandworms will be amply satisfied (The Times)
House Atreides is a terrific prequel, but it's also a first-rate adventure on its own. Frank Herbert would surely be delighted and proud of this continuation of his vision. (Dean Koontz)
'In writing a prequel to what is arguably the best science fiction novel of all time, Brian Herbert and Kevin J Anderson set themselves a monumental task. They succeed brilliantly. This cynical old critic found himself engrossed from page one, and eagerly looks forward to the rest of the series. Buy it now!' Dave Wolverton (NYT bestselling author)
'All these characters and themes will be familiar to fans of the original Dune novels. But new twists added by Herbert and Anderson will have fans, both old and new, turning pages. Having done their research well, Herbert and Anderson have succeeded in laying out the foundation for a new trilogy that will amplify the original novels and stand firmly as a class act in its own right.' - Dorman T Schindler, St Petersburg Times on HA
'This book is written in a style so close to the original that it is hard to believe Frank Herbert did not direct it through some mysterious genetic link - maybe he did. Did I like it? Hey, I'm a Dune addict myself. I can't wait for the sequel to the prequel' - Mark Graham, Rocky Mountain News on HA
...a rousing story that juggles eight or so plot lines with ease. The first of a trilogy, the book is written so that those who have never read Dune can strat right here with the prequel.' - Michael Glitz, New York Post on HA
'The author's research and passion for the material have served them well. Dune: House atreides captures the essence of Dune while illuminating further the workings of Frank Herbert's universe' - Seattle Times
'Dune: House Atreides is packed with action, great story lines and twists within twists about favorite Dune villains and heroes. The result is a winning combination that keeps the two in stride with Frank Herbert's vision.' - Beyond the Cover.
'...a compelling story that will transport readers back to the world that changed science fiction forever' - Tattered Times, Denver, Colarado
'In a word satisfying: all Dune fans will want to investigate, newcomers will be tempted, and it should promise fresh interest in the magnificent original series' - Kirkus
'. . . Herbert and Anderson have met the challenge admirably. Within a web of relationships in which no act has simple or predictable consequences, they lay the foundations of the Dune saga . . . Even readers new to the saga will be able to follow it easily as the narrative weaves among the many interconnected tales. A TERRIFIC READ IN ITS OWN RIGHT . . . Will inspire readers to turn, or return, to its great predecessor.' Publishers Weekly
'This trilogy stands alone...will appeal to Dune fans, and sci-fi addicts.' Bournemouth Daily Echo on THE MACHINE CRUSADE
The phenomenal DUNE series continues with the long-requested account of the war with the TitansSee all Product Description
I thoroughly enjoyed it and it helped set the background and answered questions about the subsequent books.Published 1 month ago by Peter Gilbert
I heard a 2-chapters preview of this that was offered as promotional.
It's, how would I put this gently, really really bad. Read more
Enjoyable book but a lot to heavy in its descriptions of gratuitous torture. At times I was quite nauseated and upset. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Philip Holland
really wanted to wait doing a review until i've read the whole series, so briefly, for the avid fan this series of books is a must read to explain the origins of the ultimate... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Choaticwarrior
It's a good book although not as captivating as Hunters or Sandworms of Dune.
It's interesting if only for the fact that it expands on what we know of the Dune universe.
A comparatively poorly written prelude to the Dune series that was just another SF story to make money piggybacking of the original set. Read morePublished on 5 Mar. 2013 by M. A. Hogarth
May not be as deep as the original but for every Dune fan is a must. Hard to put down. :)Published on 21 Jan. 2013 by One of the best .