We explore Dune Messiah, which explores what happens after the good guy wins.
Distrans message incoming from planet Arrakis: Dune Cast #2, discussing Dune Messiah, is here!
The year 1969 was the summer of love. However, on the planet Arrakis, more commonly known as Dune, Emperor Paul Atreides reign was coming to an end. Join us to discuss the shortest Dune novel, but perhaps the most important to the greater Dune saga.
Dune Messiah is an achievement of science fiction, of world-building, and of escaping the norms for a road less traveled and a story more creative. This is the Dune Cast.
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