BOOK REVIEW: The Lady of Caladan, by Brian Herbert & Kevin J. Anderson

-Click here for a full index of my Dune Saga reviews- Publisher: WordFire Press Series: The Caladan trilogy (#2) Genre: Space Opera Pages: 531 Publication Date: 21/09/2021 Verdict: 4/5   Returning to Wallach IX in disgrace, Jessica finds herself at the centre of a philosophical rift that could tear apart the Bene Gesserit. On Caladan,Continue reading “BOOK REVIEW: The Lady of Caladan, by Brian Herbert & Kevin J. Anderson”

FILM REVIEW: Dune: Part One

For more Dune content, click this link I don’t go to the cinema very often. I’ve seen the recent five Star Wars releases, but before that I think it was the 2009 Star Trek reboot. All good films, and I tend not to go to the cinema unless I’m confident I’ll enjoy the film. travel, tickets,Continue reading “FILM REVIEW: Dune: Part One”

BOOK REVIEW: Sandworms of Dune, by Brian Herbert & Kevin J. Anderson

-Click here for a full index of my Dune Saga reviews- Publisher: Tor Series: Dune Chronicles (#8) Genre: Space Opera Pages: 493 Publication Date: 2007 Verdict: 3/5   Under the command of Omnius, the thinking machines of old launch a devastating assault on the remaining human worlds. All that opposes them is a loose alliance ofContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Sandworms of Dune, by Brian Herbert & Kevin J. Anderson”

BOOK REVIEW: Hunters of Dune, by Brian Herbert & Kevin J. Anderson

-Click here for a full index of my Dune Saga reviews- Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton Series: Dune Chronicles (#7) Genre: Space Opera Pages: 520 Publication Date: 2006 Verdict: 3/5   Fleeing from the Honored Matres in a no-ship, Duncan Idaho leads a group of refugees into the unknown depths of space. But an unknown andContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Hunters of Dune, by Brian Herbert & Kevin J. Anderson”

TBR & BEYOND: October 2021

Welcome to the latest edition of TBR & BEYOND, a new regular feature where I take a look at my TBR, run through my reading plans for the month ahead, and talk about science-fiction related things I’m excited about for the coming month. A fair bit of this is similar to the previous month, butContinue reading “TBR & BEYOND: October 2021”

BOOK REVIEW: Chapter House Dune, by Frank Herbert

-Click here for a full index of my Dune Saga reviews- Publisher: Guild Publishing Series: Dune Chronicles (#6) Genre: Space Opera Pages: 374 Publication Date: 1986 Verdict: 3/5   The Honored Martres have taken control of humanity, and the ancient order of the Bene Gesserit are forced into hiding. The choice before them is simple: FightContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Chapter House Dune, by Frank Herbert”

BOOK REVIEW: Heretics of Dune, by Frank Herbert

-Click here for a full index of my Dune Saga reviews- Publisher: Gollancz Series: Dune Chronicles (#5) Genre: Space Opera Pages: 508 Publication Date: 1984 Verdict: 2/5 Long after the death of the Tyrant Leto Atreides, the human race still follows his Golden Path. But now the ancient order of the Bene Gesserit face aContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Heretics of Dune, by Frank Herbert”

TBR & BEYOND: September 2021

Welcome to the latest edition of TBR & BEYOND, a new regular feature where I take a look at my TBR, run through my reading plans for the month ahead, and talk about science-fiction related things I’m excited about for the coming month. A fair bit of this is similar to the previous month, butContinue reading “TBR & BEYOND: September 2021”

BOOK REVIEW: God Emperor of Dune, by Frank Herbert

-Click here for a full index of my Dune Saga reviews- Publisher: Gollancz Series: Dune Chronicles (#4) Genre: Space Opera Pages: 454 Publication Date: 1981 Verdict: 1/5   For three thousand years, Leto Atreides II has sat upon his throne on Arrakis. Less human with every passing year, Leto guides humanity along his vision ofContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: God Emperor of Dune, by Frank Herbert”

BOOK REVIEW: Children of Dune, by Frank Herbert

-Click here for a full index of my Dune Saga reviews- Publisher: Gollancz Series: Dune Chronicles (#3) Genre: Space Opera Pages: 426 Publication Date: 1976 Verdict: 2/5   Muad’Dib has walked into the desert to die. Behind him he leaves two orphans, Leto and Ghanima. Neither is old enough to inherit his empire, and soContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Children of Dune, by Frank Herbert”