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Herbert's novel in the series of Dune, is popularly considered one of the greatest science fiction novels of all time, and it is sometimes cited as the best selling science fiction novel in history however it's not for everyone, but if you don't mind the brain bending confusion of the plot and occasional feeling of very '80s campy, this isn't as bad as its critics would have it. Before his death in 1986, Herbert said that he was largely pleased with Lynch’s film's representation of his universe. Watching Dune today holds the same joy as flipping through an illustrated version of the novel. Considering the density and imagination of Herbert's world, that should count as something of an achievement.

The "Dune" adaptation had a stage production kinda feel to it and I enjoyed it a great deal. "Children of Dune" became more epic and I liked it, too (but I missed the original Stilgar and Jessica actors). I only wished they continued on with "God Emperor of Dune." That would have been insane.