Navigators of Dune

Navigators of Dune by Brian Herbert

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Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson`s Navigators of Dune is the climactic finale of the Great Schools of Dune trilogy, set 10,000 years before Frank Herbert`s classic Dune.

The story line tells the origins of the Bene Gesserit Sisterhood and its breeding program, the human-computer Mentats, and the Navigators (the Spacing Guild), as well as a crucial battle for the future of the human race, in which reason faces off against fanaticism. These events have far-reaching consequences that will set the stage for Dune, millennia later.

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Brian Herbert) - the eldest son of the famous science fiction writer Frank Herbert. Graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with a degree in sociology. Brian has worked in various specialties - writer, editor, manager, board game developer, consultant on the creation of collectible card games. He did not start his writing career until he was 30 years old. Brian Herbert has published about a dozen novels (Sidney`s Comet, The Garbage Chronicles, Sudanna Sudanna, Prisoners of Arionn, The Race for God (nominated for the Nebula in 1990), Memorymakers (co-written with Marie Landis), Blood on the Sun (co-authored with Marie Landis), including Man оf Two Worlds co-authored with Frank Herbert.

In 2003 his book Dreamer of Dune was published.

Dunes ") - biography of his father, Frank Herbert.

Work on this book began with the fact that Brian kept a journal for many years, in which he recorded the most significant events of the Herbert family.

Later, these records resulted in a long biography of his father.

In 1999 year, Brian Herbert co-authored with Kevin Anderson Dune: House Atreides, the first book in a new trilogy about the world of Dune.

The Prelude to Dune trilogy is set 40 years before the start events described in the first novel about Dune.

The second and third novel tr The ilogies are called Dune: House Harkonnen and Dune: House Corrino. Before starting to write new books on Dune, Brian carefully studied all 6 books on Dune and compiled a massive "Index of Dune" ("Dune Concordance"). The Prelude to Dune was followed by the new Legends of Dune trilogy (novels Dune: The Butlerian Jihad, The Crusade Against the Machines, The Battle of Corrin), taking the reader 10,000 years back from the events of the original novel, to the time of The Butlerian Jihad - the great war of humans and thinking machines. Brian Herbert (in collaboration with Kevin Anderson) plans to create another trilogy - "Sex from Dune", and write the final novel The Chronicle of Dune based on the drafts of Frank Herbert (working title - Dune-7). From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Brian Herbert (eng. Brian Herbert) - the eldest son of the famous science fiction writer Frank Herbert. Graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with a degree in sociology. Brian has worked in various specialties - writer, editor, manager, board game developer, consultant on the creation of collectible card games. He did not start his writing career until he was 30 years old. Brian Herbert has published about a dozen novels (Sidney`s Comet, The Garbage Chronicles, Sudanna Sudanna, Prisoners of Arionn, The Race for God (nominated for the Nebula in 1990), Memorymakers (co-written with Marie Landis), Blood on the Sun (co-authored with Marie Landis), including Man оf Two Worlds co-authored with Frank Herbert. In 2003 his book Dreamer of Dune was published. Dunes ") - biography of his father, Frank Herbert. Work on this book began with the fact that Brian kept a journal for many years, in which he recorded the most significant events of the Herbert family. Later, these records resulted in a long biography of his father. In 1999 year, Brian Herbert co-authored with Kevin Anderson Dune: House Atreides, the first book in a new trilogy about the world of Dune. The Prelude to Dune trilogy is set 40 years before the start events described in the first novel about Dune. The second and third novel tr The ilogies are called Dune: House Harkonnen and Dune: House Corrino. Before starting to write new books on Dune, Brian carefully studied all 6 books on Dune and compiled a massive "Index of Dune" ("Dune Concordance"). The Prelude to Dune was followed by the new Legends of Dune trilogy (novels Dune: The Butlerian Jihad, The Crusade Against the Machines, The Battle of Corrin), taking the reader 10,000 years back from the events of the original novel, to the time of The Butlerian Jihad - the great war of humans and thinking machines. Brian Herbert (in collaboration with Kevin Anderson) plans to create another trilogy - "Sex from Dune", and write the final novel The Chronicle of Dune based on the drafts of Frank Herbert (working title - Dune-7). From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia