Dune Club

Frank Herbert's Dune and it's follow-up novels are a fascinating and idiosyncratic science fiction epic. We're gonna read all six.

Posts for this club should be tagged: dune_club.

August 4

Book: Heretics of Dune

The 5th book of the Dune saga, details the events 1500 years after God Emperor, as the great powers of the universe grapple for control in the shadow of Leto II's legacy. [more inside]
posted by grandsham at 2:09 PM - 9 comments

March 13

Dune Elsewhere On MeFi

Here's an experiment: Dune comes up on not-FanFare now and then for one reason or another, so why not have a thread up here in our suspensor-levitated clubhouse for collating and kibitzing about that stuff when it comes along? [more inside]
posted by cortex at 9:57 AM - 1 comment

March 2

Book: God Emperor of Dune

Set several millennia after the events of the previous three books, God Emperor follows the latter days of the galactic reign of a transformed Leto II Atreides, son of Paul Muad'dib, and the society, and dissidence, that long rule has brought about.
posted by cortex at 7:30 PM - 16 comments

January 26

Book: Children of Dune

Book three of Frank Herbert's Dune series follows the young twin children of Paul Muad'dib as the navigate a changing Arrakis and a dangerous web of galactic political conspiracies.
posted by cortex at 9:14 AM - 9 comments

November 23

Book: Dune Messiah

The second book in Frank Herbert's Dune series, detailing the events surrounding Emperor Paul Muad'dib, his confederates, and his enemies, in the years following a galaxy-spanning Fremen jihad.
posted by cortex at 1:18 PM - 25 comments

October 21

Let's talk Dune reading schedule!

There's six Frank Herbert novels. I'm thinking monthly, but I'm up for tweaking that.
posted by cortex at 2:23 PM - 22 comments

Book: Dune

The landmark first novel in Frank Herbert's Dune canon, which introduces a far-future universe in which the fate of a pan-galactic human empire hangs on the machinations of powerful families, political machinations, and the life and leadership of a young Paul Atreides.
posted by cortex at 2:07 PM - 145 comments