The Great Schools of Dune series is constantly being named by the critics as one of the best trilogies in modern-day science fiction, and Brian Herbert delivered a jaw-dropping finale with Navigators of Dune. Are you ready to know how the story ends? There's an all-out war going on for the future of mankind, and there's no telling how it will end. If you ever wanted to learn the real truth about the Sisterhood, its program, Mentants, and, of course, the Navigators themselves, then this book is exactly what you've been looking for.
By the way, the leader of the Navigators is Norma - a woman who has a very special ability: she can travel to pretty much anywhere in the universe without a spaceship. She constantly uses this unique ability to take care of business and to save her loved ones. At the same time, the empire is slowly, but steadily getting back on its feet after the devastating war against the thinking machines.
However, the once unbreakable system is now in ruins, and the empire is not united, and there's no single government to lead the soldiers to victory. Currently, 3 factions fight against each other instead of joining forces against the machines. All the events in this chapter will have catastrophic and far-reaching consequences. In a way, you could say that the events in Navigators of Dune define the world of Dune thousand years later.
Brian Herbert is the author of dozens of worldwide bestsellers, and his novels always find their way into the hearts and minds of millions of readers. He's got more than enough prestigious awards behind his back to compete with the best of the best in the genre, and he always manages to hold that high bar set by him so many years ago.