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Do you know a book that impeccably revolutionized the youth over the world when it was published?

A book that created history and become the first science fiction novel which was sold over 100 million copies over the world.

Yes, you heard it right!

Dune, A masterpiece book, A Science Fiction Novel which is not only called a revolutionary book but inspired many other authors as well.

Set on the desert planet Arrakis, the Dune tells the story of a young boy Paul Atreides, heir to a noble family who accepted the stewardship of the planet Arrakis.

On Arrakis, a less populated desert where a drug called Melange is capable of extending human life and enhancing mental consciousness.

The story gets more interesting when Paul’s family is betrayed and he is encountered by a mysterious man named Muad’Dib.

Dune is a perfect blend of mysticism, environmentalism, politics, and sort of adventures. I advise you to download the Dune PDF book on your phone and get the real experience of this historical book.

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Dune PDF Details

Book Title



Frank Herbert



Number Of Pages

896 Pages (Original Paperback)

725 Pages (PDF Format)


Science fiction, Novel, Youngs & Adults

First Published Date

August, 1965

Main Characters

Paul Atreides, Baron Vladimir Harkonen, MORE..

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Dune Author

Dune Book was written by American author and novelist Frank Herbert, he was born on October 8, 1920, in Tacoma, Washington, and died on February 11, 1986.

Frank Herbert is best known for his novel series called Dune which was published in August 1965.

Apart from the Dune novel, Frank Herbert has written various popular books such as Destination: Void, The White Plague, and The Jesus Incident.

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Dune Summary

The story of Dune book begins with a young boy known as Paul Atreides who lives with his family on the planet Arrakis and they accept the accepts the stewardship of that Arrakis.

The planet Arrakis (aka DUNE) has a desert named Wasteland which occupies with very less population that’s why Arrakis is inhospitable in itself.

The only valuable element in that desert is the Melange, a very specious drug that is highly capable of extending human life as well as it can enhance mental abilities.

The side effects of Melange can turn people’s eyes into a deep blue.

As the planet is not much developed, Melange is the only valuable and exceptional element that is produced only on the Arrakis, it is also necessary for space navigation where multidimensional foresight is required.

Being a desert, there are certain challenges for people to survive such as the climate of Dune being very fragile and awful with the scarcity of water.

The story slowly moves forward and takes a turn when House Atreides is betrayed and the factions of the empire confront each other in a struggle for the control of Arrakis and its spice.

This book has every element that keeps the reader sticking with it, from the exploration of family, emotions, betrayal, and politics to the struggle for becoming an emperor of Arrakis (Dune).

To know what will happen to Paul Atreides, and how this beautiful story ends, Dune is definitely worth your time so start reading it.

The Dune PDF book can simply be downloaded or you can buy its Paperback version from the download section at the bottom.

Dune Review

Released and published very early in the year 1965, Dune is considered the best science-fiction novel ever written because it leaves a special impact on readers.

The plot looks unique and idiosyncratic and contains some mysterious story as well, whereas the depiction of the characters keeps you engage all the time.

The Dune has created a history of being sold over 100 million Dune copies and downloaded Dune pdf millions of times over the internet. It became the first sci-fi novel that touched this landmark.

Due to its exceptional storyline, the adaptation of this book is widely happened by filmmakers as well as cinema production houses.

The Dune won the inaugural Nebula Award for Best Novel along with it was also nominated for several awards.

It has been rated excellently on all benchmarks by the huge no. of audiences over 60k on Amazon itself.

Dune Language

Dune book is Originally written in English by Frank Herbert and was first published in August 1965, despite it being published in 1965, it is the most popular science fiction novel in 2023 too.

With time it is translated into many other languages due to its popularity among book enthusiasts.

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Dune Book is a historical Science fiction novel whose story surrounds the mysterious drug Melange which uses to enhance mental consciousness and about the Paul family and their struggle to rule the Arrakis (Dune). Due to its outstanding plot, it becomes one of the highest-selling science fiction novels.

There are 6 books have been published in the Dune series and here is the Chronological Order to read them: Starting from Dune (1965), Dune Messiah (1969), Children of Dune (1976), God Emperor of Dune (1981), Heretics of Dune (1984), and Chapterhouse: Dune (1985).

The Dune book has 896 pages in its Paperback edition available on all e-commerce platforms whereas it has 725 pages in its PDF format which makes Dune a lengthy book that usually takes 15-16 hours to read it.

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