Hunters of Dune

{4.5/5} Hunters of Dune by Brian Herbert & Kevin J. Anderson, published in 2006

Murbella is now in charge of both the Bene Gesserit and the Honored Matres, but there are some rogue Honored Matres who haven’t accepted her rule. Meanwhile a no-ship carrying Duncan, Miles, Sheeana, and seven sandworms has disappeared into another universe. They’re on the run from a mysterious enemy but they have no idea where they are. This book continues the story after Chapterhouse: Dune and was based on notesĀ Frank Herbert left behind. The writing style is different, but other than that it feels like a Dune novel. Some surprising characters are brought back as gholas. The story doesn’t come to a conclusion — you’ll want to read the sequel.

I previously reviewed book 6 in the series, Chapterhouse: Dune.

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