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  1. says:

    It´s mainly a psychological warfare battle with psi weapons many conspiracies less action and very good dialogues Some favorite elements Sci Fi pregnancies are always a fertile ground for plot ideas bad pun intended and as each mother of any species and epoch wants the best for the unborn and has the healthiest diet po

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    Only half the length of the original Dune the second book in the series takes place 12 years after Not as epic this is almost like a chamber western with political intrigue and references to great goings on but little action described The feel of the book is like a prelude to what comes next that the third boo

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    You know what it's like Every decision seems so obviously sensible but one thing just leads to another We've all had it happen to usSo last time I had my family murdered by our hereditary enemies I went into hiding in the desert too and linked up with the tough native fighters there I mean who wouldn't Since I had psychic powers it seemed pretty crazy not to use them to gain some respect Before I knew what had happene

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    Buddy read with Athena Once the drama begins The Emperor Paul Muad'dib on his ascension to the Lion ThroneTwelve y

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    Having re read Dune and reviewed it here on GR recently I figured I should continue and read at least the initial trilogy with Dune Messiah and Children of Dune to get a better idea of the world that Frank Herbert created I am glad that I read Dune Messiah It is an excellent novel about destiny and fate and how

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    Dune Messiah Dune #2 Frank HerbertDune Messiah is a science fiction novel by American writer Frank Herbert the second in his Dune series of six novels Twelve years after the events described in Dune 1965 Paul Muad'Dib Atreides rule

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    So I thought Dune was the best thing since the bound codex right And I read it about five times over the course of my young adulthood

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    Twelve years have passed since the evens of the last book Paul Atreides became an Emperor of the major part of the inhabited space worlds residing on planet Arrakis aka Dune The Jihad he launched enveloped lots of planets and Paul realized it is often so much easier to start something than put an end to it Literally everybody and their brother with even residual lust for power decided Paul the Emperor had overstayed his

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    Dune MessiahBy Frank HerbertA Dune Retrospective by Eric AllenFour years after the publication of Dune those who cried out for a seuel were finally answered Frank Herbert returned to Arrakis for a book that was very different from the action p

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    I really liked Frank Herbert's classic science fiction novel Dune when I first read it a few months ago so much so that I named it one of the best books I read that year But upon finally getting around to the seuel Dune Messiah I'm pretty disappointed It's really boringDon't get me wrong I can see some of the impressive literary c

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Book Two in the Magnificent Dune Chronicles the Bestselling Science Fiction Adventure of All Time Dune Messiah continues the story of Paul Atreides better known and feared as the man christened Muad'Dib As Emperor of the Known Universe he pos Only half the length of the original Dune the second book in the series takes place 12 years after Not as epic this is almost like a chamber western with political intrigue and references to great goings on but little action described The feel of the book is like a prelude to what comes next that the third book will be the true seuel to DuneFor fans of Dune no doubt and you really need to have read Dune first to know the characters and to at least have a clue about Herbert s complex and intricately detailed world buildingBut then comparing this book to Dune is like comparing a country lawyer to a Supreme Court justice the comparison itself is unfair very few books will eual Dune or even come close Dune Messiah is part of Herbert s great vision and is a good book in its own right 2019 RereadComing back to this book years later and after having read all of the first six that Frank Herbert I have a better appreciation for Herbert s great vision Describing a conspiracy against Paul after his conuest of the Universe and devastation of myriad worlds and billions of lives lost the author creates a setting of disuiet as Paul s chapter slowly and strangely ends and Leto s will begin Herbert s literary grasp of theology ideology and spiritualism is on full display and this is an important book in his canon

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Ere of influenceAnd even as House Atreides begins to crumble around him from the machinations of his enemies the true threat to Paul comes to his lover Chani and the unborn heir to his family's dynasty Includes an introduction by Brian Herber So I thought Dune was the best thing since the bound codex right And I read it about five times over the course of my young adulthood And then I read Messiah and was pretty much completely dissatisfied Not enough to give it a poor rating since it is interesting I mean we all still care about Paul even if he is a whiner and it did keep my attentionYou haven t seen foreshadowing until you ve read Dune Messiah It takes that to a whole new grotesue level And pretentiousness Thought Dune was pretentious Hah This one makes Dune look like a chimney sweep in comparison It s as though Frank Herbert managed to make a blunt weapon out of pretentiousness and use it directly on the reader s mindMy final impression was of just another massive philosophical acid trip consisting of a bunch of people smarter than me bandying hints and portentous minutiae in the middle of a half realized desert wonderland for over three hundred pages And I didn t really care about Duncan Idaho anyway since he was only in Dune for like forty pages and he only spoke about twice Telling me ten times in a row that Paul really really liked Idaho is not going to make me feel the same way about him Frank HerbertNow I m afraid to read number three

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Sesses power than a single man was ever meant to wield Worshipped as a religious icon by the fanatical Fremens Paul faces the enmity of the political houses he displaced when he assumed the throne and a conspiracy conducted within his own sph Buddy read with Athena Once the drama begins The Emperor Paul Muad dib on his ascension to the Lion ThroneTwelve years have passed since the Battle of Arrakeen where Paul Atreides wrestled the Imperium from the hands of the Padishah Emperor and seized the Lion Throne for himself Dune has become the political and economical centre of the universe and the izarate priesthood has spread Muad dib s name throughout space and turned him into not only an emperor with absolute power but a god in his own rightYet there are those who would topple the god emperor from his religious throne In the grand circles of power a new conspiracy arises from the shadows Its goals and ambitions are many and it seeks to infiltrate the ranks of the Atreides and the Fremen striking at those closest to the emperor in order to remove him from power And each step brings its plans closer to succeeding Mysterious lethal an oracle without eyesCatspaw of prophecy whose voice never dies Dune Messiah is in many ways even better than Dune It cannot stand up to the wonder of discovering the world of Arrakis for the first time but it certainly has other strengths The setting and the writing style is mostly the same as in the first book The story though has changed dramatically The first book is about Paul Atreides and his uest for vengeance against those who betrayed his family and seized their land The second book is about managing an empire and protecting it from a devilishly dangerous conspiracy who shuns no means to achieve what they want There is political maneuvering hidden agendas and excitement for the readerThe character have also grown interesting in the second book Paul Chani and Irulan are all older and experienced in the games of power and were much enjoyable to read about than they were in the first one And perhaps the most fascinating character of them all is Alia Paul s sister Still only fifteen years of age she is both a Reverend Mother of the Bene Gesserit a leader of the izarate priesthood and a powerful voice in the Imperial CouncilWhat truly made me decide to let this book keep the five stars from the first time I read it was the ending I will not go into details about it but only say that this may be the most beautiful ending I have ever read in a sci fi or fantasy book everFor those of you who have read Dune and are debating with yourselves whether or not to read its seuels I hope this review will be helpful in deciding For those of you who haven t read any of the books from this universe know that it is in my eyes one of the greatest fictional series of all time I would definitely recommend it to every single one of you because it s a wonderful story with few euals in the world of science fiction Such a rich store of myths enfolds Paul Muad dib the Mentat Emperor and his sister Alia it is difficult to see the real persons behind these veils But there were after all a man born Paul Atreides and a woman born Alia Their flesh was subject to space and time And even though their oracular powers placed them beyond the usual limits of time and space they came from human stock They experienced real events which left real traces upon a real universe To understand them it must be seen that their catastrophe was the catastrophe of all mankind This work is dedicated then not to Muad dib or his sister but to their heirs to all of us Dedication in the Muad dib Concordance as copied from The Tabla Memorium of the Mahdi Spirit Cult