Dune by Frank Herbert

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It’s an Absolute Truth that Dune, Frank Herbert’s 1969 classic novel, is the greatest work of science-fiction ever put to paper. The sci-fi equivalent of Lord of the Rings, Dune is a without competition, a fully realised world of ecology, history, and human societies that interact and devour one another. Dune is the finest the genre has to offer, of that there is no doubt or argument.

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What’s in a name?

Like any twenty-first century man, I’m too focused and important to be bothered by the minutia of every day life. Time which should be spent tending to my micro-avocado farm is wasted having to deal with such things as electric bills, TV licenses, doctors appointments and the other thousand things which keep my house standing, food on my table, and my son arriving at school on time every morning.

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