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Chapter House Dune by  Frank Herbert - First Edition - 1985 - from BMD Books and Biblio.com

Chapter House Dune

by Herbert, Frank

Condition: Fine/As New


London: Gollancz, 1985 First British edition (precedes the American). An unread, fine copy with bruise to bottom spine. Pages are lightly tanned. Unclipped DJ is bright and whole. A very nice copy.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/As New.


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Chapterhouse Dune is a science fiction novel by Frank Herbert, last in his series of six Dune novels. Published in 1985, it is also known variously as Chapterhouse: Dune, Chapter House Dune and Chapter House: Dune. Herbert died in 1986, leaving some overarching plotlines of the series unresolved in what has been described as an "über-cliffhanger. " Two decades later, Herbert's son Brian Herbert, along with Kevin J.

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