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Dune #2019

Dune mparatorluk Takvimine g re y l Halk n n Dune dedi i Arrakis gezegeni y llard r gaddarl ve ac mas zl yla tan nan Harkonnenlerin elinden kurtulup Atreides Hanedan n n y netimi alt na girdi Baron

  • Title: Dune
  • Author: Frank Herbert Dost Körpe
  • ISBN: 9759971178
  • Page: 259
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dune By Frank Herbert Dost Körpe, mparatorluk Takvimine g re y l 10.191.Halk n n Dune dedi i Arrakis gezegeni y llard r gaddarl ve ac mas zl yla tan nan Harkonnenlerin elinden kurtulup Atreides Hanedan n n y netimi alt na girdi Baron Vladimir Harkonnen bu yenilgiyi kabul edecek mi Konsey e ba l B y k Hanedanlar n ok sevdi i ve do al olarak di er g l lerin k skan l n kazanan, adil nam yla tan mparatorluk Takvimine g re y l 10.191.Halk n n Dune dedi i Arrakis gezegeni y llard r gaddarl ve ac mas zl yla tan nan Harkonnenlerin elinden kurtulup Atreides Hanedan n n y netimi alt na girdi Baron Vladimir Harkonnen bu yenilgiyi kabul edecek mi Konsey e ba l B y k Hanedanlar n ok sevdi i ve do al olarak di er g l lerin k skan l n kazanan, adil nam yla tan nan K z l D k Leto Atreides, y netimini stlendi i bu yeni gezegende de ba ar l olabilecek mi O gezegen ki evrendeki en de erli maddenin, melanj denilen baharat n elde edilebildi i yegane kaynak K zg n g ne inin kavurdu u llerinde ya ayan, gezegenlerini sulak bir yer yapabilme hayaliyle ya ayan bir halk insanl k tarihinin g rebilece i en iyi sava c lar, l n zg r halk Fremenler Kendilerini Cennet e g t recek olan liderlerini, mesihlerini bekliyorlar.Binlerce y ld r s ren Atreides laneti bir kez daha ya anacak G ce sahip olma duygusunun etraf nda girdaplanarak geli en entrikalar, sava lar ve ihanetlerin aras nda Dune tarihinin sayfalar a l yorKabalc Yay nevi Dune tarihinin klasik serisini, Frank Herbert n milyonlarca satan ola an st destan n bir kez daha dilimize evirdi

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    1. There s a characteristically witty essay by Borges about a man who rewrites Don Quixote, many centuries after Cervantes He publishes a novel with the same title, containing the same words in the same order But, as Borges shows you, the different cultural context means it s a completely new book What was once trite and commonplace is now daring and new, and vice versa It just happens to look like Cervantes s masterpiece.Similarly, imagine the man who was brave or stupid enough to rewrite Dune in [...]

    2. No one should argue the importance Dune It laid the foundations for a great deal of the themes and constructs in modern science fiction Frank Herbert was as important to the genre as Isaac Asimov and Arthur Clarke Unfortunately, just like them, he s quite dated, and his books can be a labor to read One thing he maintained from old science fiction was prim and scientific dialogue that no one would ever actually speak I ve known many scientists, and they don t talk like this You re not going to co [...]

    3. In my head, the purpose of this review is very clear It is to convince YOU to read this book Yes, you Waste time no Go grab a copy.Machiavellian intrigue, mythology, religion, politics, imperialism, environmentalism, the nature of power All this set in a mind boggling, frighteningly original world which Herbert ominously terms as an effort at prediction Dune had me hooked First impressionThe very first stirring I felt upon opening the yellowed pages of Dune was that of stumbling upon an English [...]

    4. Dune.No other single syllable means as much to the science fiction genre, a single word that conjures images of sandworms, spice wars, great battles between rival dynastic families and a massively detailed and intricately crafted universe No wonder this is widely regarded as not just a Science Fiction masterpiece, but a literary achievement as well Like a study of Shakespeare, the reader finds that this is an archetype upon which many influences and imitators have based their works The complexit [...]

    5. Update 1.99 on kindle US today 8 6 17I was so worried that I wouldn t understand a thing in this book I will admit there are some things that went over my head but for the most part I figured it out I remember a billion and 65 years ago I watched the movie and was like what the Basically all I remember is Sting and sandworms I would love to watch it again and see if I understand it after reading the book I m still not sure what all the spices were about on Arrakis I keep thinking it s like thei [...]

    6. I m sort of tempted to try this again I don t think it ll be worth the hassle though I could never give Dune five stars because I really struggled to get into the novel in the beginning It has taken me almost two months to read This, for me, is a very long time to spend on a book It took me so long to read because I found the writing style incredibly frustrating I had to read whole chapters again so I could get the gist of the plot This was so in the beginning, which I found particularly hard t [...]

    7. People often forget that this series is what innovated our modern concept of science fiction up until Neuromancer and The Martix, at least Dune took the Space Opera and asked if it might be than spandex, dildo shaped rockets, and scantily clad green women Herbert created a vast and complex system of ancient spatial politics and peoples, then set them at one another s throats over land, money, and drugs.Dune is often said to relate to Sci Fi in the same way that Tolkien relates to Fantasy I d sa [...]

    8. Update 8 28 17Re read Number 13 I cry when Paul meets Gurney I shiver when Jessica consoles Chani I m awestruck by the peaks and troughs of time, free will, and the weakness in Paul even as he heroically strives against the evil that is about to be unleashed upon the universe sigh Perfection Easily the number one book I ve ever read I waver, sometimes, but right now, it is my absolute favorite Original Review This is a phenomenal classic of literature.It s not just science fiction It transcends [...]

    9. I blame the movie.I was an avid but novice fantasy and sci fi reader in 1984 when David Lynch s Dune rolled out as a big budget adaptation of the 1965 classic book It was an artistic and box office failure with Roger Ebert calling it a real mess, an incomprehensible, ugly, unstructured, pointless excursion Numerous references were made to its excessive length, particularly a tv edition that was over 3 hours long I never did pick up the classic sci fi book, assuming the commentary heard about the [...]

    10. 3.5 5 StarsDune oh Dune, seems like I need to raise my Shield Wall for this review.Dune is one of the most important pieces of literature for the Sci Fi genre I ve been raking my brain for hours on how to properly explain the importance of Dune in the sci fi literature but you know what I dune hehehe think it s necessary for me to do so If you truly wanna know why, you can search it on whatever search engine you use and you ll find hundreds of articles or reviews on why this book is that importa [...]

    11. Like most of my five star books, I ve read Dune multiple times In fact, I d say that what makes a book than just enjoyable and instead truly amazing is that you want to read it than once and are rewarded for doing so I ve probably read Dune six times, and I ve never gotten tired of it but my understanding of the work has increased over time.To begin with, the first time I read Dune, I got about three pages into it, realized I didn t understand a thing and that I was hopelessly confused I had t [...]

    12. I have to write this review without rhythm so that it won t attract a worm.In the distant future Arrakis is a hellhole desert planet where anyone who doesn t die of thirst will probably be eaten by one of the giant sandworms It s also the only place where the precious spice melange can be found so it s incredibly valuable, and the honorable Duke Leto Atreides has been ordered by the Padishah Emperor to take over control of Arrakis from his mortal enemies, the House Harkonnen While this seems lik [...]

    13. I ve been sitting at this keyboard for longer than I care to admit trying to coalesce my thoughts about Dune into something coherent You already know it s fantastic though, right Dune is one of those novels that is spoken of in reverential tones by seasoned reader and relative newbie alike It s considered by many to be THE best sci fi novel of all time and Herbert s son, Brian Herbert, rightfully calls it sci fi s equivalent to Lord of the Rings for inspiring all that came after its publication [...]

    14. I can t explain what attracted me to Dune the 1965 science fiction epic by Frank Herbert, winner of the first Nebula Award and in a tie, with This Immortal by Roger Zelazny the Hugo Award any better than T.E Lawrence could explain what attracted him to the Arabian Peninsula The book s prestige among genre fans was a factor, as were admissions by many that they read it in junior high school and found Herbert accessible As inclined as I am towards local coffeeshops, perhaps Herbert s head space wh [...]

    15. Is it space opera Is it political commentary Is it philosophical exploration Is it fantasy _Dune_ is all of these things and possibly One thing I do know it s a kick ass read I ve loved this book since I first plunged into it s mightily constructed, weird and obscure world Of course it s hailed as a classic, and I am one of those that agrees The sheer magnitude of Herbert s invention, his monumental world building tied with an exciting story of betrayal, survival, rebellion and ultimate ascenda [...]

    16. Buddy re read with Athena To begin your study of the life of Muad Dib, then, take care that you first place him in his time born in the 57th year of the Padishah Emperor, Shaddam IV And take the most special care that you locate Muad Dib in his place the planet Arrakis Do not be deceived by the fact that he was born on Caladan and lived his first fifteen years there Arrakis, the planet known as Dune, is forever his place Thus begins one of the greatest novels ever written.About ten years ago, wh [...]

    17. Holy Shai hulud It was definitely time for me to finally read this truly great classic of science fiction I must say that I ve watched the two mini series, Dune and Children of Dune, in my teenage years Thus, I already had a grasp of the story, what it was about.However, nothing could have prepared me for the great writing style, the dense philosophy, ecology, and mythology of this story It takes the term world building to a whole new level.So what is this about Well, that is not easily answered [...]

    18. Welcome to Unpopular Review Time Where I go against what almost everyone else says about a book.Before we start, please do not be fooled by the three star rating Even if I didn t like really like the book, I have to acknowledge there are reasons why Dune is a cornerstone of the Sci Fi genre Now, let s talk about the important stuff.This is a masterpiece of world building.We get a new planet, and while it s obvious that Herbert based his desert planet on real sights and cultures, it s still aweso [...]

    19. Does the world need another Dune review I very much doubt it needs mine but that never stopped me before, saturation be damned Dune in and of itself, in isolation from the rest of the numerous other Dune books, is by general consensus the greatest sci fi novel of all time You may not agree, and one book can not please everybody but statistically Dune comes closest to achieving just this Witness how often you see it at or near the top of all time best sf books lists.I never read Dune with the int [...]

    20. When people ask me what my favorite book is, Dune is always my answer Words cannot even do justice to what an epic tale this is We learn about spirituality, human nature, politics, religion, and the making of a hero.I loved the spiritual aspects of the book the best The philosophies and practices and Pranu Bindu training of the Bene Gesserit that Paul learns and builds upon The Bene Gesserit believe in a training regiment that results in a superior human being one with every sense as refined as [...]

    21. Familiar yet strange, realistic yet fantastic, prosaic yet poetic, crystal clear yet mysterious, stiff yet graceful, cold yet passionate, detailed yet abstract, rational yet delirious, disciplined yet boundless, conservative yet progressive, obsessive yet sublime aaah, I think the spice melange is starting to kick in

    22. Rating 4 of fiveUPDATE 2 15 17 I found this 2003 mini documentary about the 1984 film on YouTube I wasn t wrong The film wasn t very good Beautiful, yes good, not so much.I first read this novel in 1975 It seems impossible that it was over 40 years ago, but the math is inescapable and time inexorable My teenaged brain was rewired by the read I had a standard by which to judge all future SFnal reads, and it was a high one I was transported into a future I was utterly convinced would be the the on [...]

    23. I guess I m one of the few that bridge the gap between the Pride and Prejudice camp and the Dune camp I loved both.Dune isn t a light, enjoyable read At times it reads like excerpts from geology, ecology, zoology, sociology, pscyhology, and political textbooks The characters are like mega archetypes than real human beings.The appeal of Dune is peculiar In order to enjoy Dune you have to enjoy complexity All authors create little worlds in their stories but Herbert created a world.He doesn t ju [...]

    24. This is a classic science fiction book with both movies and miniseries adaptations, so I assume the majority of the people are familiar with the plot which means I will be a little less careful about giving spoilers than usual.In the distant future the humanity is ruled by an intergalactic feudal Empire is absolute monarchy the best the humanity could come up with after all its history Anyway, Duke Leto Atreides accepts control of a desert planet called Arrakis aka Dune which also happened to be [...]

    25. Amazing A masterpiece of SF with which I will probably compare all SF books that I ll read in the future It goes in my favorites shelf This is my 3rd attempt to read Dune and I am really grateful that I did not succeed the first two times I tried as I was too young to understand all the subtleties I would have probably enjoyed it as a very well written adventure novel but nothing That would have been a pity as Dune is so much than a story about space travel and epic battles between good and ev [...]

    26. Dune is one of the best examples of the hero s journey in fiction Most authors, myself included, need than one book in order to tell an epic coming of age story Herbert did it in one while also creating a unique and interesting setting Part of his genius as an author was his ability to imply far about his world than he actually showed As a result, Dune feels as if it was written by an inhabitant of Herbert s universe no small achievement.As with Anna Karenina, Dune goes beyond the usual surfac [...]

    27. Dune The greatest SF novel of all time, never to be matched by later sequels Review of 1965 Novel, 1984 David Lynch Film, 2000 Sci Fi Channel Miniseries, and 2013 Jodorowsky documentary Originally posted at Fantasy LiteratureWhat can be said about Frank Herbert s 1965 masterpiece This massive epic of political intrigue, messianic heroes, vile villains, invincible desert fighters, telepathic witches, sandworms and spice, guild pilots who fold space, and a relentless action packed narrative that [...]

    28. I reread Dune for the first time in several decades and immensely enjoyed it I also went back to watch the feature film and had quite mixed feelings while it was close to the overall aesthetic that Frank Herbert describes with the gorgeous desert sets and the terrifying worms, the parts of the story that were necessarily culled out was disturbing that and the woeful special effects at the time trying and IMHO failing to visualize the personal shields that the characters wear in hand to hand comb [...]

    29. The Litany Against FearI must not fear.Fear is the mind killer.Fear is the little death that brings total obliteration I will face my fear I will permit it to pass over me and through me And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path.Where the fear has gone there will be nothing.Only I will remain My favourite characters are Paul, Thufir Hawat and Stilgar.I love this book so much Alhamdulillah I would recommend anyone who likes reading science fiction books to read this book [...]

    30. After 21 days, I am back from Arrakis I have sand crammed into every orifice, and my stillsuit smells of three week old swampy man ass Think papermill with a side of skunk ape and we ll be on the same page Yummy If I never see another beach in my life, it ll be too goddamn soon Bet you think that means I disliked this book, huh Well, probably not, because you saw my rating, but whatever Anyfloop, I dug the shit out of this book, and my opening comments are why I was utterly transported to this s [...]

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