Frank Herbert Dune

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"Cel mai important roman SF din toate timpurile. Este convingator, puternic, genial." - Robert A. Heinlein"Un unicat in literatura science fiction Nu se compara cu nimic, poate numai cu Stapanul inelelor." - Arthur C. Clarke"In strafundul inconstientului sau, omul are intiparita nevoia de a descifra universul in termenii logicii. Numai ca universul real este intotdeauna cu un pas inaintea logicii." - Frank HerbertTriumf suprem al imaginatiei, actiunea romanului cu care se deschide seria Dune, vanduta in milioane de exemplare in lumea intreaga, se desfasoara pe planeta Arrakis, unde Paul Atreides se va transforma in misteriosul Muad'Dib. Eroul se va razbuna pe cei care i-au tradat familia si va implini cel mai vechi si cel mai arzator vis al omenirii.Combinatie uimitoare de aventura, spirit mistic si forta vizionara, prima carte din cea mai importanta serie din literatura SF este o lectura obligatorie pentru cititorii de toate varstele.

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Originally serialised in Analog during the early 1960s, Dune has sold over 10 million copies, becoming the most successful science fiction novel ever and giving rising to five sequels and a prequel, Prelude to Dune: House Atreides. With Lord of the Rings, 1984 and Catch 22, it is, regardless of whether one normally reads science fiction, a defining novel of the 20th century. Author Frank Herbert always preferred the original magazine illustrations by Hugo Award-winning artist John Schoenherr to those of other artists, and this illustrated edition features 12 colour plates by Schoenherr together with an evocative dust-jacket painting.

Dune is epic space opera, a saga of dynastic rivalry rooted in history and ecology, the story of the planet Arrakis 10 000 years from now, and of the conflicts over possession of Melange, a psycho-mutagenic "spice" vital to maintaining the galactic Imperium. It is the story of Paul Atreides, the man who would become Dune Messiah, and of the giant sand worms which haunt the desert landscapes. More elaborate and complex than preceding SF, Frank Herbert laid the foundations that made Star Wars and Babylon 5 possible. Dan Simmon's Hyperion and David Zindell's Neverness launched even richer, more dazzling and thrilling galactic epics, but Dune retains its premiere place in the collective imagination. Decades after initial publication it is still the benchmark for popular SF, a book everyone should read, if only to know what everyone else is talking about. --Gary S Dalkin

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"I know nothing comparable to it except Lord of the Rings."--Arthur C. Clarke

"A portrayal of an alien society more complete and deeply detailed than any other author in the field has managed...a story absorbing equally for its action and philosophical vistas."--The Washington Post Book World

"One of the monuments of modern science fiction."--Chicago Tribune

"Powerful, convincing, and most ingenious."--Robert A. Heinlein

"Herbert's creation of this universe, with its intricate development and analysis of ecology, religion, politics and philosophy, remains one of the supreme and seminal achievements in science fiction."--Louisville Times

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