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Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Mientras tanto, su concubina Jessica sigue embarazada de su hijo. Paperbackpages. Published April 30th by Debolsillo first published Prelude to Dune 3Dune Universe 9.

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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about La Casa Corrinoplease sign up. I do love Irulan like soo much but there is very little information about her in Dune Trilogy and I would like to know if this book since titled as her house could make me know about her more? Adna This answer contains spoilers… view spoiler [ The events in ‘House Corrino’ ka place when Irulan is just 11 years old.

There are a couple of scenes in which she makes an appearance: There also isn’t a lot of information about Irulan that isn’t merely foreshadowing what you can read in the first three Dune books Frank Herbert himself wrote, namely that al is beautiful, formal, studious, intelligent, perceptive, etc.

See 1 question about La Casa Corrino…. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. So we’ve read the draft for the fifth novel in your Prelude to Dune series, and we’d like— Anderson: Al the duen in the series.

I believe they’re right. God, it certainly felt longer. Anyway, the third book you’ve written building on your father’s classic work. Will this be the last? The last in the series, but we plan on writing these books past our deaths.


In fact, we have diagrams for the next 96 books in the series. corrio

We’re planning on a conclusion, a pre-prequel, a series from the perspective of the sandworms, a series entirely made out of— Publisher: We’re talking about House Crappito today. So how do you boys feel about it? It’s my magnum opus. A wonderful tribute to my father’s legacy. If only he were here to witness this historic moment. Well, we’ve had some complaints about the first two novels in the csaa, and while sales were generally positive, we’re a little concerned that they’re only going to get worse with this one.

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And the next one, and the next Some fans of Dune are concerned that you are capitalizing on your father’s legacy. Not that there is anything wrong with a little capitalism. I admit I am, but that’s what I do. Not to mention it’s a horrible read. I mean, come on, you have no character development, no depth, no— Anderson: Sandworms are deep, man. Like hundreds of yards beneath the surface of Arrakis. That place is deep.

A city underground, we’re so brilliant for coming up with that one. What about a little symbolism or something? Nothing too heavy, I mean you are selling a sci-fi adventure here. But just something that paints the picture a little. We’ll add a spider. And then Shaddam crushes it!

Yeah, high five, man. What’s the lizard do? I don’t know yet, but it’ll be awesome. What matters is sales.

As long as it’s selling, we’re not going to interfere. But I’m really afraid they’re going to slip even more with this one. I mean, you’ve got a story, but readers want DUNE.

You understand what I’m saying? We’ve got a story. It’s a great story. I love what you’ve done with it, man. Like that scene when the heighliner folds space and ends up in the middle of nowhere. Yeah, and that scene you came up with where there’s a swordfight to defend the castle 20, years in the future. That happens in every other chapter. That’s because it’s so damned good. What about the rest of it? Oh, they’re great characters.


My father, God bless him, came up with most of them. But in these prequels, they’re, well, flat. Baron Harkonnen is actually quite round. I think he means figuratively. They are a bit—similar. Leto is a loved leader. Shaddam a hated ruler.

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And Harkonnen has sex with smooth skinned little boys. Yes, but you couldn’t tell those things based on any ls their actions. It’s only because you tell us those things about them. It would be nice to see these differences in character through the eyes of your characters. You want us to show the Barron have sex with lots of little children?

Just make it so that I could pick up a line of dialogue and know who said it. Ckrrino does do that.

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After each line there’s an attribution. I think he means they should speak in different languages. There aren’t different languages throughout all these planets in the universe, just secret languages we like to tell the readers about. Everyone has a secret language. How come we never actually hear these secret languages? Because it would confuse the reader. Yeah, the reader is dumb. That’s why we continually have to remind the reader what they read in the previous chapter.

How many times must we be reminded that the Baron likes little boys? How many times must the reader be reminded that Jessica is carrying a boy to make up for Victor?

Or that Tleilaxu technology is inferior? Or that the artificial spice was created under the direction of Shaddam and blah blah blah? But if we don’t remind the reader, how will he remember? And fifteen before that. And eight before that! In the book before that one. How many reminders does the reader need? I think we need to step back here and— Editor: