God Emperor of Dune: Book Review

God Emperor of Dune is a surprising book for several reasons. The fourth book of the saga, it starts with the traditional time jump, but here instead of being a handful of years, some centuries have passed from the ending of the third book, Children of Dune. Centuries! This allows Herbert to focus on a … More God Emperor of Dune: Book Review


God Emperor of Dune: recensione del libro

God Emperor of Dune (L’imperatore-dio di Dune) è un libro sorprendente per più motivi. Quarto libro della saga, conferma la tradizione dell’iniziale salto temporale, ma qui invece di trattarsi di una manciata di anni, ci sono secoli di distanza dal finale del terzo libro, Children of Dune. Secoli! Questo permette a Herbert di concentrarsi su moltissimi nuovi … More God Emperor of Dune: recensione del libro

Dune: Movie Review

Dune isn’t an easy book to bring to the big screen (and if you don’t believe me, ask Alejandro Jodorovsky): it’s long, full of characters, it builds an entire universe with its own specific terminology and with many civilizations each with its own culture, and it deals with visions, conscience and prescience (the ability to understand … More Dune: Movie Review

Dune: Book Review

Dune is a book written by Frank Herbert originally published in 1965. In view of the release of Denis Villeneuve’s film based on it, I finally decided to read it and I couldn’t have made a better decision. I literally devoured the 900 pages of Dune (of the edition you see in the photo above … More Dune: Book Review