30-Day Book Challenge: Day 03 – Favourite Series

Day 03: Your favourite series.

Dune by Frank Herbert is my favourite science-fiction series. While I love all of the other additions—The Legends of Dune, The Prequels of Dune, and The Schools of Dune written by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson—that have worked to expand and flesh out the universe initially crafted by the late Mr. Herbert, the original six books are my favourite.

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14 thoughts on “30-Day Book Challenge: Day 03 – Favourite Series

  1. Please don’t hate me: but I have never read a single Dune novel 🙈🙈 But they are of course still on my to read list. One day….one day I will get to them as I know they are good 😊😊

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    • I don’t hate you at all! I know plenty of people who haven’t picked them up (sobs quietly in a corner), mostly because they can be intimidating. They are dense and the first half of Frank Herbert’s books tend to be slow, but the world-building is essentially the SF version of Tolkein’s Lord of the Rings. Whenever you do get around to them, I’d love to hear your thoughts on them! 🙂

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      • Phew…glad to hear that 😊 There are two, what I would call Juggernauts, that I haven’t yet gotten around to reading. This is one, the other is The Chronicles of Amber by Roger Zelazny. One day though, one day I will read them! 😊

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