The Road to Dune
Frank Herbert's "Dune" is widely known as the science fiction equivalent of "The Lord of the Rings," and "The Road to Dune" is a companion work comparable to "The Silmarillion," shedding light on and following the remarkable development of the bestselling science fiction novel of all time.
Herein, the world's millions of "Dune" fans can now read---at long last---the unpublished chapters and scenes from "Dune" and "Dune Messiah." "The Road to Dune" also includes the original correspondence between Frank Herbert and famed editor John W. Campbell, Jr.; excerpts from Herbert's correspondence during his years-long struggle to get his innovative work published; and the article "They Stopped the Moving Sands," Herbert's original inspiration for "Dune."
"The Road to Dune" features newly discovered papers and manuscripts of Frank Herbert, and also "Spice Planet," an original sixty-thousand-word short novel by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson, based on a detailed outline left by Frank Herbert.
"The Road to Dune" is a treasure trove of essays, articles, and fiction that every reader of "Dune" will want to add to their shelf.
- Hardback | 489 pages
- 164 x 241 x 39mm | 826g
- 01 Sep 2005
- St Martin's Press
- Tor Books
- New York, United States
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"I know nothing comparable to it except Lord of the Rings."--Arthur C. Clarke on Dune
"A portrayal of an alien society more complete and deeply detailed than any other author in the field has managed . . . a story absorbing equally for its actiona nd philosophical vistas. . . . An astonishing science fiction phenomenon."--The Washington Post on Dune
"Powerful, convincing, and most ingenious."--Robert A. Heinlein on Dune
"Herbert's creation of this universe, with its intricate development and analysis of ecology, religion, politics, and philosophy, remains one fo the supreme and seminal achievements in science fiction."--Louisville Times on Dune
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