‘Children of Dune’ introduced new characters to the changing dynamic of Frank Herbert’s world. With the mutating ecology and politics of Arrakis, many characters surfaced in the story.
Though ‘Children of Dune’ got published as the third novel in the Dune series, some parts got written before Dune’s publication. After its publication, ‘Children of Dune’ received a positive response from readers, who marveled at its fantastic plot.
‘Children of Dune’ used intense action, intricate detailing, and extensive world-building leading to a novel that shook the science fiction genre.
‘Children of Dune’ uses quotes to explain the thoughts of Frank Herbert to the readers; these quotes show the direct relationship between people and their beliefs.
Being the third novel in the Dune series, ‘Children of Dune’ concluded Paul Atreides’s story and set the path for the story of a new empire governed by a man willing to steer humanity in the direction of preservation.
‘Children of Dune’ became the first-ever science fiction novel to become a best seller; this success rests on the excellently crafted story.