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Author: Frank Herbert
ISBN13: 978-0575075184
Title: Chapter House Dune
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Publisher: Orion Publishing Group (January 1, 2012)
Pages: 448

Chapter House Dune by Frank Herbert



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Chapter 1 (Dune) Lyrics. A beginning is the time for taking the most delicate care that the balances are correct. This every sister of the Bene Gesserit knows. Now the Harkonnens were leaving to be replaced by the House of Atreides in fief-complete - an apparent victory for the Duke Leto. Yet, Hawat had said, this appearance contained the deadliest peril, for the Duke Leto was popular among the Great Houses of the Landsraad. A popular man arouses the jealousy of the powerful," Hawat had said. Arrakis - Dune - Desert Planet. Paul fell asleep to dream of an Arrakeen cavern, silent people all around him moving in the dim light of glowglobes.

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Chapterhouse: Dune was the last Dune novel that Frank Herbert completed and published before his death in 1986. Though he had written notes and the series would continue with his son Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson, most Dune fans regard the six Frank Herbert publications as the Original Series. After many books written since his death, pundits have stated that the only notes left is a post it note that says, "write more books  . It's book 6 in the very impressive and automatically Epic series that encapsulates over five thousand years from the events of Dune, ending with the centric viewpoint of the Bene Gesserit after the tyranny of Paul's son and the great diaspora that scattered all the peoples of the galaxy after his death.

Chapterhouse: Dune (Dune. has been added to your Cart. In my opinion, the Dune series, written by Frank Herbert, is the best Science Fiction/Fantasy series of books every written! I have read and re-read them all and still find the scope and breadth of these books to be rivetting. Frank Herbert has succeeded in creating a completely believable future for the human race, covering most of the known universe and with a marvelous diversity of cultures which he has woven into the story and which are recognisable as originating from current times

Chapterhouse: Dune (Dune Chronicles The desert planet Arrakis, called Dune, has been destroyed. Now, the Bene Gesserit, heirs to Dune's power, have colonized a green world-and are turning it into a desert, mile by scorched mile. Here is the last book Frank Herbert wrote before his death. List Chapter or Page: 1. Chapter One. 2. Chapter Two. 3. Chapter Three.

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.
Reviews: 7
Sudert
Excellent chapter in an excellent series of books. The amazing continuity in the entire, 6 book series as it spans vast millennia is wonderful. I consider this series to represent a perfect melding of sci-fi & fantasy, with technology as well as sword wielding, feudal societies, and mystical powers. Plots & conspiracy that have been adhered to and advanced over those millennia, The Bene Tlielax, purveyors and creators of fantastic and forbidden technologies and secret practitioners of a supposedly extinct religion, the Bene Gesserit(sp?) (witches, to some) a society of Women who outwardly exist only to serve, and they do serve well, often enriching those they serve, but with, some would say dark ulterior motives, at the center of which is their ancient breeding program whereby they seek to control the evolution of the whole human race. Women so in tune and in touch with their minds, musculature & nervous systems as to appear to be possessing mystical powers such as Voice the ability to read another so well that one can pitch their voice in just the right tone so as to force compliance on a subject with a word, Truthsense, the ability to read falsehood in almost anyone, genetic memories spanning thousands of generations, passed on from Reverend-mothers about to die with another adept to preserve the combined wisdom and knowledge acquired through the ages. The ability to be relaxing, to be slouching in a chair one instant and be across the room holding your larynx ripped from your bleeding throat quicker than you can blink. There are body shields and house shiields, that stop projectiles making guns all but obsolete, hence the swords. V-STOL aircraft called ornithopters (for their birdlike wings) or thopters for short. The Spacing Guild with their monopoly on inter-stellar travel which they hold in an iron grip. Sword masters who are adept with a wide array of weapons and lightning reflexes and minds that come closer to the Bene Gesserit than almost any others. Mentats, human computers to skirt the ancient laws spawned by the Butlerian Jihad outlawing most "technology" but most especially "thinking machines." and at the heart of it all, The Spice, "Melange" produced once only by the giant sand-worms (the holy makers, Shai-hulud) of Arrakis (Dune). the substance that prolongs life, that sharpens physical and mental prowess, that grants the Spacing Guild navigator their ability to "fold space" to achieve faster than light speed travel, that gives prescient abilities to the Bene Gesserit and to Paul Muad Dib and his descendants,and is highly addictive with the most apparentsymptom being the entire eyeball turning blue, the pupil, the irisand the white. A vast rich universe of adventure. I highly recommend the entire six book series.
Heraly
To this reader, Chapterhouse: Dune, is as essential as the the first book itself. By this time in the series we readers are demanding answers to some of the most intriguing mysteries ever woven into the fabric of space of time within a science fiction universe. And this book absolutely delivers those answers with astonishing impact. Through a writing style that itself is fluid and seamless the reader materializes firmly in the mesmerizing Dune universe. The wrap up to the series, Chapterhouse does something few series ever achieve: it ends things brilliantly.
Oreavi
After now having read the 1st 6 books, I found this to be my least favorite, which is not to say it wasn't good. As with much of Herbert's writing, there are times when I question if I'm reading a story or attending a college lecture. While I liked how it ended, it seemed to take SO much time getting there!
Fordrelis
The story telling is, without saying, mesmerizing. I read them all for the third time on Kindle and it was even better than before. I read it in the past and much was lost on me. I read it now and, I must say, Herbert is 100% correct. The present affects your past. When I read it again in the future under a lamp of unknown and unguessed qualities how will I interpret his words then? You get out of this final chapter what you have to put into it.
Spoiler Alert!!!
This time around and, after reading his son's collaborations, I especially enjoyed the dropped hints that Holtzman was not the originator of the Holtzman equations. In the text itself he demonstrates that the written word of history cannot be relied upon. Brilliant.
The second thing I noticed is the prediction of the Cycle of Government. Rebels, Entrenched power, Bureaucracy, Aristocracy, and finally: Oppression to maintain the status quo. It is interesting that this seems to be happening now. Or already has happened (again). Interesting Times.
While this work it much more "cerebral" than Heretics, It winds up the Old Empire, the Golden Path, and the players of the finite game.
All the crazy Atredies Heretics with their wild Siona genes going freaking wild in a infinite Universe. Unleashed. Finally.
Sort of leaves you wanting more.
Gorisar
I love the Dune series original six books. The first time I tried to read this sixth book, in my late 20s, I set it aside because it confused me. However, during a series re-read, in my late forties, I had no problem; in fact it is now one of my favorites of the six.
Kesalard
I own a hard copy of this book and this would be my 4th or 5th reread by now. 5 stars is given because this is still Frank Herbert quality. Meticulous, intricate plot lines, new things learned each time I read it, always leaves me with more questions (and answers). This book's significance is still underscored by his poignant final dedication to his wife.

Now, as to the E-book version, the one I just finished reading and am reviewing: There are conveniences that I appreciate with E-books vs hard copies (ex: who wants to lug around 20 books while traveling vs a tablet?). There still seems to be a problem with those stray typos and wrong words thrown in that just rubs me wrong, especially if they become a distraction while I am concentrating on the story. I would expect better from the publisher. This is not a good reason to knock off one or two stars, but I came close to that decision.
Fenius
Solid conclusions to Herbert's original series with the caveat that none of his stories actually end the "history" his has built the people of his Universe.