The epic that began with the HUGO and NEBULA Award-winning classic DUNE — now a major motion picture from the director of Blade Runner 2049 and Arrival — continues …
The long-established galactic order is passing. The Honoured Matres, ruthless and all-conquering, have destroyed the planet Dune. In opposition, hard-pressed but still fighting back, the Bene Gesserit sisterhood co-ordinate their resistance from their as-yet undiscovered home world, Chapter House.
Now as a new Scattering is planned, they still have one carefully nurtured asset: the sandworms, offspring of the only giant worm salvaged from Dune.
Chapter House is to about to turn into a barren wasteland: Chapter House will be the new Dune.
I know nothing comparable to it except The Lord of the Rings
Arthur C. Clarke on Dune
It is possible that Dune is even more relevant now than when it was first published
The New Yorker on Dune
An astonishing science fiction phenomenon
The Washington Post on Dune
One of the monuments of modern science fiction
The Chicago Tribune on Dune
Powerful, convincing, and most ingenious
Robert A. Heinlein on Dune
A novel of extraordinary complexity ... the work of a speculative intellect with few rivals in modern SF
The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction on Dune
A tight mesmerising fabric, interwoven with a potent element of mysticism ... intensely realised
Brian W. Aldiss on Dune
Compelling . . . a worthy addition to this durable and deservedly popular series
New York Times
The vast and fascinating Dune saga sweeps on -- as exciting and gripping as ever