Brian Herbert, the son of Frank Herbert, is the author of multiple New York Times bestsellers. He has won numerous literary honors and has been nominated for the highest awards in science fiction. In 2003, he published Dreamer of Dune, a moving biography of his father that was nominated for the Hugo Award. After writing ten Dune-universe novels with coauthor Kevin J. Anderson, Brian began his own galaxy-spanning science fiction series in 2006, Timeweb. His other acclaimed solo novels include Sidney's Comet; The Race for God; and Man of Two Worlds (written with Frank Herbert).
Sudanna, Sudannaby Brian Herbert
Hiley OIV is one of Ut's most conscientious inhabitants, a man so afraid of losing his
On the peanut-shaped planetoid of Ut, a 150-million-year-old computer named Mamacita rules with dictatorial control. Her every whim is a steadfast rule, and no command is stronger than the ban of Sudanna, the wind that sweeps across Ut spreading the liberating sounds of music.
Hiley OIV is one of Ut's most conscientious inhabitants, a man so afraid of losing his head (utpeople have very precarious necks) that a Bad Thought almost never enters his mind. But now his teenage daughter has fallen in love with Prussirian BBD-Ut's most notorious outlaw-a man who has broken Mamacita's cardinal rule: he makes music.
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Love this story, but I was disappointed by the large number of typos in this edition. For shame, B&N.
It has been many years since I read Sudanna, Sudanna, and seeing no review here saddens me because I found this to be a most enjoyable book to read. Brian Herbert obviously is not the great author his famous father Frank Herbert (Dune) was, but he is nonetheless a very good one, and this book lead me to read quite a few of his books. Finding any of Brian Herbert's books in store is a real challenge, so one should take advantage of book finding services. Sudanna, Sudanna is full of wit and contains some of the funniest scenes I've ever read in Sci-Fi. I highly recommend it.