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Dune, Frank Herbert (Gollancz, 1966; [NEL, 1978] {MacMillan Audio, 2007 Narrator: Simon Vance and full cast})

With one week to go before publishing my book, I decided to review one of the most influential bits of Science Fiction that I have had the pleasure to read.
Dune by Frank Herbert is one of the most important science fiction books of the 20th Century. Frequently referred to as Science Fiction’s answer to Tolkien, the book (and subsequent series) has remarkable world building, but if you ask me, it is the story structure that really sets this book apart. For a full review go to http://www.sophyanempire.wordpress.com Continue reading

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