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The Battle of Corrin by Brian Herbert
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Feb 13, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: dune-saga, science-fiction
Read from February 13 to 25, 2011

This book is really spicy. The politics, the shifting of character roles, treachery, and other factors will keep the reader amused. I admire the authors for I experienced different emotions while reading the book. I felt dismay, excitement, anger, happiness, relief, doubt, etc. The book is interesting from the beginning to end. Just like The Butlerian Jihad and The Machine Crusade, the book contained different perspectives. A chapter which portrayed the events on Arrakis may be preceded by a chapter on Abulurd Harkonnen or Norma Cenva (it varies). The shifting of focus maintained the pace of the novel. Also, the book has a family tree at the back portion which will help the readers keep track of the characters and their predecessors in the first two novels. I do not recommend readers to start the Dune Saga with this book. Read The Butlerian Jihad and The Machine Crusade first.

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