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Publisher's Summary

Hunters of Dune finally meet the Enemy who followed the violent fanatics the Honored Matres back to their universe. The thinking machines vanquished by Serena Butler's jihad were not destroyed, only driven into exile - and now, tens of thousands of years later, they are back. Can the resurrected heroes onboard the Ithaca save our race from annihilation?

©2007 Herbert Properties LLC (P)2007 Macmillan Audio

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Worst of the saga

Man this was bad.
Scott brick is an incredible narrator, but this story was designed to children
Not only did the destroy Frank’s work and the wisdom from the earlier books with this idea of a final, ultimate being who will unite machines & humans in some koombaya fantasy happy ending, but the characters were extra extra dumb.

One example is the 5 chapters it took for supposed “mentats” to work out who the face dancer on the ship was.

Disaster of a book.

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  • 12-05-2022

excellent and I hope there is more

I love all the Dune books but I especially like those written by Brian Herbert and Kevin Anderson. the story flows and you are engaged by the characters without too much philosophising which Frank Herbert does and I dont enjoy his books as much.

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  • Daniel Lee
  • 24-04-2022

Huge let down.

I’m devastated at how poor the last 3 hours of this book are…
This is by far the worst book in the series, with a huge, epic build up that leads to absolutely nothing but convoluted garbage. The only saving grace is Scott Bricks narration.
The Kwisatz Haderach “twist” was appalling, and was one of the biggest let downs in this entire series…

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  • simon spencer
  • 01-04-2022

A fine conclusion.

As usual Scott Brick's narration was excellent. Nice twist with regard to the Kwisatch Haderach. This is a very good way to finish the Dune saga if like me you have followed the continuing story by Kevin J Anderson and Brian Herbert. Thank you gentlemen for giving the fans of the original stories a fitting conclusion.

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  • Matthew Read
  • 25-02-2022

Disappointing

Frank Herbert wrote so brilliantly unfortunately Brian Herbert and Kevin J Anderson do a massive disservice to his legacy. This book reads like badly written fan fiction. Sad.

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