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Children of Dune by Frank Herbert
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Jan 11, 2012

it was ok
Read in January, 2010

Paul is now gone and his children are struggling to keep power. Leo, Paul's son, sees a single future where humanity exists and he must make a serious change for humanity's sake. What will he have to sacrifice? His family members? Or is it something he must do?

The third book of the Dune series was as far as I got. I thought Leo's choice on what had to be done to save humanity was so unbelievable that I am not even continuing this book series. I understand it is a classic book series but it just isn't believable, interesting, fun, or enjoyable anymore. So this is where I leave Dune and the spice with the understanding I might come back to it someday, but more books are made every day that I think I would enjoy more so I doubt I will be back. Who knows maybe I will be enticed back to the desert planet to finish the story of the Atreides.

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