Children of Dune is a classic novel that is still read with great zeal and zest by fictional novel lovers. It became even more popular and refreshing when it got released in an audio format much later, after its print version. The book is written by Frank Herbert.
He was a renowned American author of the 20th century and particularly famous for his Dune Saga, to which the subject novel belongs as well. A couple of his other popular books include Dune and Dune Messiah, which also belongs to the same Dune Saga as well.
The narration of this chapter is done by the duo of Scott Brick and Simon Vance. Both are renowned narrators and their performance in audio format was absolutely par excellence. They give you one solid reason of their own to engage yourself with the audio version of the subject novel.
The world of Arrakis, which was once sandblasted has become watered, green, and fertile. The old Paul Atreides who led the desert Freeman to considerable religious and political domination is now gone.
But, in the case of the children of Dune, the blossoming contains the seeds, which are significant enough for the destruction of the land. The changing climate is destroying the big-size sandworms and this was problematic for the economy of the planet.
The book tells a great story that you will enjoy with excellent flavor and color. However, it is not that fast-paced. You will find people talking a lot in this novel rather than seeing them in action most of the time. But, this doesn’t mean that the novel is boring. You will find it quite soothing and enjoyable as a whole.