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Franklin Patrick Herbert, Jr. was a critically acclaimed and commercially successful American science fiction author. Although a short story author, he is best known for his novels, most notably Dune and its five sequels.

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I have just finished listening to "Paul of Dune" by Brian Herbert (no comparison to Frank Herbert's quality of writing, by the way). Count Fenring is featured prominently in this book, and his refusa …
answered Jul 26 '12 by Dima
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In the book itself there is nothing that suggests that the Jews of Chapterhouse are not descendent from today's Jews. The names are the same, the rituals and practices are the same, and so are the be …
answered Dec 19 '11 by Dima
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When climate becomes very dry, most of the vegetation dies out. As a result, the soil will dry up and get blown away by wind as grains of sand, without plants to fix it with their roots. Forest-cove …
answered May 19 '11 by Dima
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IIRC, Omnius did not believe in wasting anything. That is why humans were not exterminated and were used as slaves on the synchronized worlds. So by the same token Omnius must have been looking to c …
answered Apr 5 '11 by Dima