Tales of Dune DNF @10%

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Title: Tales of Dune

Series: Dune

Author: Brian Herbert & Kevin Anderson

Rating: 1 of 5 Stars

Genre: SFF

Pages: 90

 

My Thoughts:

I knew I wasn’t going to finish this after I DNF’d Anderson’s last book but since it was on my Kindle and not just in my  ebook collection, I knew that I at least needed to give it the old college try before consigning it to the pit.

6 short stories set in the Dune Universe. I read the first one. Wasn’t bad but was just as Meh worthy as I was expecting.

Now that I have all of Anderson/Herbert’s stuff off my kindle, my Don’t Read Anymore by Them Policy can take full effect. First DNF of the year…

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Legends of Dune #1.5

Brian Herbert & Kevin Anderson

My rating: 1 of 5 stars

 

If you are going to write a short story, then you need to be able to write well.

And Herbert pretty much expels a mass of putrid pap and counts on fan loyalty for the rest.

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Legends of Dune #1.6

Brian Herbert & Kevin Anderson

My rating: 1 of 5 stars

 

A short story about the elder Harkonnen heir, who crashlands on some planet and ends up surviving a hunt by Agememnon and who fades into obscurity.

A pointless piece of drivel that came across as sad, reaching and failing.