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Another Evolutionary Link

By Matthew FrommPublished 8 months ago 1 min read
Photo by Mike Yukhtenko on Unsplash

Few fiction books changed my worldview as Dune did.

Weird, unique, foreign, and long thought to be unadaptable (we’ll see how this version lands. I’m cheering for you, Dennis!), Frank Herbert’s masterpiece twists your mind and your conceptions, forcing you to confront the uncomfortable.

After all, fear is the mind-killer.


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Matthew Fromm

Full-time nerd, history enthusiast, and proprietor of random knowledge. The best way to find your perfect story is to make it yourself.

Here there be dragons, and knights, and castles, and quests for entities not wished to be found.

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  • Atomic Historian6 months ago

    Great summary! Great critique! I don't know how I didn't see this when the challenge was open. Funny enough, I wrote two articles on Dune for the BookClub challenge.

  • L.C. Schäfer8 months ago

    I really have GOT to read this!

  • Chloe Gilholy8 months ago

    This is one I haven’t read but I am curious about!

  • Oooo, now I gotta read this! Loved your review!

  • Lamar Wiggins8 months ago

    Love the subtitle for this critique. If the book is anything like the first movie then I agree that its weird and out there.

  • Paul Stewart8 months ago

    Something I definitely need to read. Loved the bonkers original film with Kyle McLachlan and Sting to name a few. Not seen the new version. Shall pop it onto my list lol. Nice critique, Matthew. It's true, its influence can't be disputed.

  • Mother Combs8 months ago

    great critique

  • Ian Read8 months ago

    This is on my reading list.... my immensely long reading list lol

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