Brian Herbert says Navigators fold space?

SandChigger | January 4, 2012

In a video posted on Suvudu by Shawn “Suck-up” Speakman, Brian Herbert discusses the upcoming books in the Great Schools trilogy and says, “And again we have the Navigators can mu… they’re mutated and they can fold space and they encompass the entire universe in their mind.” (Around 2:39) Oh really? This must be one [...]

Who knew: It was Brian Herbert who’s rewriting the Bible?!

SandChigger | January 2, 2012

We always figured that someday Kevin J. Anderson would be the one whose hubris enabled him to attempt rewriting [read: ass-raping] the Bible the way he has been doing to Dune over the last decade. But it was actually Brian, the quiet, almost non-existent one who had his eye on the Good Books saggy buttocks! [...]

Sisterhood of Dune Synopsis

SandChigger | January 1, 2012

I’ll be updating the chapter-by-chapter synopsis for Sisterhood of Dune as I begin reading through the thing in earnest today. Comment here on this post or via the contact form, please! Tweet

Kirkus Reviews says Sisterhood of Dune “drones” flatly

SandChigger | December 23, 2011

At the end of a review posted back on November 15 (Did KJA cum over himself about this one on Twitter? Or as usual did he just ignore another ambivalent review?), after basically recapping the cover blurb, Kirkus Reviews writes Characters and plot are thus beautifully set up, the timing is precise; alas that the [...]

Bug Score: HToD outranked KJAblog for Sisterhood of Dune!

SandChigger | December 10, 2011

When I did a search for “Sisterhood of Dune” just now, a page here on this website actually outranked Kevin J. Anderson’s own blahg. Eat it and weep, KJA BITCH! And in the results for a Google Blog search, this blog came up second yet again! The access stats also show that there have already [...]

Eat this, bitches!

SandChigger | November 20, 2011

Third place works for me! Edit: Click for updated search results! Tweet

Dissension in the ranks? (Finally)

SandChigger | October 9, 2011

Well, it looks like some of the “Likers” (fans?) of the Official Dune page on Facebook are finally getting tired of the Dos Equis “Most Interesting Man” rip-off campaign (Yes, believe it or not, Byron is STILL DOING IT!): Official Dune: “Gurney envies every note he plays on the baliset. He is the most interesting [...]