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You already recently rated this item. Your rating has been recorded. Write a review Rate this item: Preview this item Preview this item. Learn more about Amazon Prime. For centuries the slops that inhabit the Earth have been rocketing their refuse into the Galaxy, carelessly littering the cosmos with wrappers and peelings and bottles and cans.
But now the universe is about to get even. An immense comet of garbage has been sighted on a collision course for Earth! Only one man can stop it: Read more Read less. Kindle Cloud Reader Read instantly in your browser.
Product details File Size: July 16, Sold by: Related Video Shorts 0 Upload your video. Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. I found this odd book on someone's favorite book list Since that person liked a lot of other books I liked, I figured I'd give it a look.
What I found was one of the most bizarre futures years hence imaginable. I couldn't figure out if Herbert was trying to make a twisted anti-consumerism Brave New World or what, but all of a sudden I realized - this is a I haven't read it since I was in high school. I forgot what an idiot I was in high school. As I've read the Dune sequels and prequels I've somehow remembered this as a good book - clever and funny and meaningful - that happened before Brian Herbert went and ruined his Dad's books. I'm reasonably sure I've said this aloud.
Apr 08, David Given rated it did not like it. Another in the long list of satires of consumerist culture, this one more cumbersome and unfunny than most. The world is reasonably well put together and the characters are moderately well developed, but there are plot holes you could drive a bus through and the prose is uninspired. I'm sorry to say that the best word to describe this book is 'dull'.
Jan 17, Larry rated it liked it. You know,people knock Brian because he's not his father but to be honest I tried but failed to read Dune. But this book I enjoyed. It had that all important and oft forgotten element in reading-fun! Apr 23, Ron Kolb rated it liked it. Certainly not mind-bending, but a fun read from the son of the great Frank Herbert. Steve rated it liked it Oct 23, Ken rated it it was amazing Sep 11, PorkyPixels rated it really liked it Jun 02, Ron rated it liked it Sep 24, Anne rated it really liked it Dec 07, SandChigger rated it it was ok Apr 15, Bram rated it it was ok Feb 23, Shy Shalom rated it it was ok Jul 19, Karl rated it really liked it May 26, Phil Bouwman rated it it was ok Nov 26, Chris rated it it was amazing Jan 19, Rob II rated it really liked it May 06, Tom rated it it was ok Oct 16, Jason DeGroot rated it it was ok Jul 16,
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