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By Frank Herbert New York GP Putnams Sons 1985At first Chapterhouse Dune a sequel of Dune by Frank Herbert is confusing It is almost necessary to read Dune or watch the movie I hadnt read Dune before I had started this book and I was totally confused I thought about putting the book down but then I rented Dune Everything suddenly cleared up Suddenly Chapterhouse Dune became the greatest book I have ever readThe Dune universe is much more complex than most science fiction universes such as Star Trek It is filled with alien human races technology that might someday be invented and a story line that encompasses some 50000 years That is one huge feature about Chapterhouse Dune there is a history that you can learn about from other Dune books Unlike in other science fiction books where the back story is the back coverAnother thing that makes Chapterhouse Dune more complex and more intriguing than other titles are the characters Frank Herbert writes in a way that you cant truly get a grasp on their persona Such as Scytale who is a Mentat A Mentat is a human computer able to calculate immense problems and have the ability to have a thing called Other Memory Other Memory is where memories of other people before them are implanted into their brain It is very hard to explain you would have to read more about it Scytale since he is a Mentat strives to attain information But it is hard for him to achieve this goal Scytale is a prisoner on Chapterhouse for being of aid to the Jews He was ordered to be held there by Ordade the Mother Superior Mother Superior is the leader of the Bene Gesserit the last remnants of the Old Empire She is tough to understand She is compassionate in her own little way yet totally feared by all She too has Other Memory but of past Mother SuperiorsA
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