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  • Dune Red Plague
  • Brian Herbert
  • English
  • 22 March 2019
  • 9780765396358

10 thoughts on “Dune Red Plague

  1. says:

    25 stars Final review first posted on Fantasy Literature“Dune Red Plague” is a brief episode in an ongoing conflict in the DUNE series universe between an anti technology group led by Manford Torondo and pro technology people personified by Josef Venport the selfish CEO Directeur of Venport Holdings a huge interstellar commercial empire with a large fleet of spaceships Manford lost his legs in a bombing t

  2. says:

    Disclaimer This review is written by an unapologetic and wholly illogical Dune fan who hopes one day to be considered a Dune aficionadoBrian a

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    The Red Plague is a followup short story to the Schools of Dune trilogy which ended with Navigators of Dune As the story opens we find that Josf Venport is being asked to help out a colony planet that had turned its back on technology

  4. says:

    This is a brief story in which the conflict between the Butlerian school of anti technology and the pro technology camp come into conflict when one planet surfers the conseuences of the Red Plague from the titleOne camp has the technology an

  5. says:

    BackpageAs usual the writing was awesome I am so glad that Herbert's son is in charge of revealing the back story

  6. says:

    A minor story in the Dune universe which adds very little to the canon

  7. says:

    Always an enjoyable chance to sink back into the world of DUNE

  8. says:

    I can see this short story will be unpopular among many owing to its affiliation with the Dune concept but I for one really enjoyed it

  9. says:

    Short but sweet Effectively just another chapter of the Navigators of Dune full length novelI have seen it said it is a preuel to that book but I think it sits better as a chapter inside that novel as I believe Venport would act slightly differently to the Butlerians earlier on in Navigators based on these eventsGood read

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    Ok

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Dune Red Plague

New York Times bestselling authors Brian Herbert and Kevin J Anderson continue Frank Herbert's science fiction Dune epic with this Torcom original story Dune Red PlagueA fatal red plague is spreading among the. 25 stars Final review first posted on Fantasy Literature Dune Red Plague is a brief episode in an ongoing conflict in the DUNE series universe between an anti technology group led by Manford Torondo and pro technology people personified by Josef Venport the selfish CEO Directeur of Venport Holdings a huge interstellar commercial empire with a large fleet of spaceships Manford lost his legs in a bombing that killed his inspiration and mentor Rayna Butler and he views himself as responsible for leading humanity away from the temptations of technology Venport who cruelly calls Manford a legless freak and the barbarian half Manford considers the Butlerian group a bunch of zealots who want to reduce humanity to a primitive agrarian culture scattered across the galaxy Venport has blockaded the planets that have taken the Butlerian pledgeHowever the anti tech people on one planet Walgis are dying of the terrible Red Plague Dr Rohan Zim an altruistic Suk doctor convinces Venport with a fair amount of difficulty to loan one of the Venport spaceships to him to bring a life saving vaccine to the people of Walgis arguing that maybe it will change their minds about the benefits of technology and will make Venport look humaneIt s a rather confusing and opaue world if you re not already familiar with the DUNE universe and how it s developed under the authorship of Brian Herbert Frank Herbert s son and Kevin J Anderson Words and concepts like Mentat Suk doctor and Butlerian creed play a significant role but often get little or no explanation I dimly remember these things from reading Dune years ago but I think a reader would have to know this universe and the later entries in this series a lot better to make this story work for you and even then it s a thin rather predictable tale and isn t a complete story in itself Dune Red Plague probably won t be of much interest to anyone except fans of the ongoing DUNE series Free online here at Torcom

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People of Walgis a world that has joined the anti technology Butlerian movement led by Manford Torondo As the population continues to suffer and die from the disease hope arrives in the form of vaccines trans. This is a brief story in which the conflict between the Butlerian school of anti technology and the pro technology camp come into conflict when one planet surfers the conseuences of the Red Plague from the titleOne camp has the technology and the cure for the disease and the other camp is blindly fanatic in following the anti technology course This of course in the aftermath of centuries of oppression by technology driven dictatorshipThis is not a story with a moral but a window on the depth of the conflict between two believe systems A nice addition to the Dune loreToo bad that any new publications by Brian keven J Anderson written in the Duneverse have not yet been presented As this trilogy of the Schools of Dune was actually than decent

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Ported by Venport HoldingsBut Torondo believes Venport's act of charity is actually Walgis's test of faithAt the Publisher's reuest this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software DRM appli. Short but sweet Effectively just another chapter of the Navigators of Dune full length novelI have seen it said it is a preuel to that book but I think it sits better as a chapter inside that novel as I believe Venport would act slightly differently to the Butlerians earlier on in Navigators based on these eventsGood read


About the Author: Brian Herbert

Brian Patrick Herbert is an American author who lives in Washington state He is the elder son of science fiction author Frank Herbert