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Author Herbert, Frank.

Title Dune messiah ; &, Children of Dune / Frank Herbert.

Publication Info. [New York] : SFBC, 2002.


Location Pub Note Copy No. Status
 Marseilles PL Adult Fiction - MABB-3  FIC HER DUNE #2 #3    AVAILABLE
Description 592 pages ; 22 cm.
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
Series Dune chronicles ; bks. 2-3
Herbert, Frank. Dune chronicles ; bks. 2-3.
Note Dune messiah originally published 1969 ; Children of Dune originally published 1976.
Summary Dune messiah: "A holy war fought in space and on a thousand planets had made Paul Atreides the religious and political leader of the galaxy. The product of generations of controlled breeding, trained in the arcane disciplines by the Bene Gesserit sisterhood, he had more than human powers, including the ability to sense the shape of the future. Then the Bene Gesserit, unable to dominate the man they had made a god, set out to overthrow him. But Paul Atreides could foresee their plans and shape them to an unexpected and shocking goal ..."--Dust jacket.
Children of Dune: "When Paul Atreides mysteriously vanished, he left only his two young children as heirs to the coveted throne. Fortunately they had been endowed with superior intelligence and the memories of their ancestors, for each day brought them new dangers. When one was abducted, the other was forced to seek sanctuary in the scorching flatlands. There his mind began to swirl with thought-patterns from strange times and places, warning him of the terrifying perils awaiting Dune ... giving him an improbable plan to save it... and predicting his destiny as ruler of the world. But were these messages real-- or the delusions of a mind deranged by heat, exhaustion and the addictive spice, Melange?"--Dust jacket.
Contents Dune messiah -- Children of Dune.
Subject Dune (Imaginary place) -- Fiction.
Dune (Imaginary place) (OCoLC)fst00899474
Dune (Imaginary place) -- Fiction.
Science fiction.
Genre/Form Fiction. (OCoLC)fst01423787
Science fiction.
Added Author Herbert, Frank. Dune messiah.
Herbert, Frank. Children of Dune.
Added Title Dune messiah & Children of Dune
Dune messiah and Children of Dune
Children of Dune.
ISBN 0739423991

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