Children of Dune: Book Three in the Dune Chronicles Free Audiobook Download by Frank Herbert

In the third and final book in the Dune Chronicles series, mankind encounters a new enemy. The Tleilaxu, who have been genetically engineering their own people for millennia, now want revenge on humanity for thwarting their plans.

The third installment in Frank Herbert's series, Children of Dune is a triumph of a novel. It has the perfect blend of science, politics and an epic story line that makes it a compelling read. The book follows the story of Paul Atreides as he tries to lead his planet to it's first steps into the future while fighting against the Harkonnen family who want to take over. This book is filled with so many twists and turns and keeps you guessing throughout

The Children of Dune audiobook download is the third book in the Dune Chronicles. This novel was written by Frank Herbert and is considered to be one of his best works. It is a dark tale of oppression and redemption which follows Paul Atreides as he searches for the only person who has ever escaped the fearsome "God Emperor."

When the Children of Dune, led by Hawat and Leto II, begin their exodus to Caladan to escape the thinking machines, they encounter new dangers with every step. Along their way, they meet new friends and old enemies. Some are able to help them in their quest while others are only friendly faces on the roadside ruins.

Children of Dune by Frank Herbert is the third book in the Dune Chronicles, written by Frank Herbert. It was originally published in 1979. Set 700 years after the events of Dune Messiah and 10 years after Children of Dune, it continues the story of Paul Atreides Liet Kynes, who has helped unite Arrakis under the control of humans after numerous invasions from the thinking machines over 100 years prior.

['Scott Brick', 'Simon Vance'] narrate this book. There are 22 hours and 10 minutes of a male narrator's voice.

Published Date 2008-02-19
Duration 16 hours 51 minutes
Author Frank Herbert
Narrated Scott Brick, Simon Vance
(147 Reviews)
Abridged No
Is It Free? 30-days Free
Category Science Fiction & Fantasy
Parent Category Space Opera, Science Fiction

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