Brian Herbert & Kevin J. Anderson - Dune House Harkonnen

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Unformatted text preview: Dune: House Harkonnen Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson October 2000 To our mutual friend Ed Kramer, without whom this project would never have come to fruition. He provided the spark that brought us together. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Jan Herbert, with appreciation for her unflagging devotion and constant creative support. Penny Merritt, for helping manage the literary legacy of her father, Frank Herbert. Rebecca Moesta Anderson's tireless support and enthusiasm for this project, her ideas, imagination, and sharp eyes truly enhanced this project. Robert Gottlieb and Matt Bialer of the William Morris Agency, Mary Alice Kier and Anna Cottle of Cine/Lit Representation -- all of whom never wavered in their faith and dedication, seeing the potential of the entire project. Irwyn Applebaum and Nita Taublib at Bantam Books gave their support and attention to such an enormous undertaking. Pat LoBrutto's excitement and dedication to this project -- from the very start -- helped to keep us on track. He made us consider possibilities and plot threads that made Dune: House Harkonnen even stronger and more complex. Picking up the editorial reins, Anne Lesley Groell and Mike Shohl offered excellent advice and suggestions, even at the eleventh hour. Our U.K. editor, Carolyn Caughey, for continuing to find things that everyone else missed, and for her suggestions on details, large and small. Anne Gregory, for editorial work on an export edition of Dune: House Atreides that occurred too late to list her in the credits. As always, Catherine Sidor at WordFire, Inc., worked tirelessly to transcribe dozens of microcassettes and type many hundreds of pages to keep up with our manic work pace. Her assistance in all steps of this project has helped to keep us sane, and she even fools other people into thinking we're organized. Diane E. Jones and Diane Davis Herdt worked hard as test readers and guinea pigs, giving us honest reactions and suggesting additional scenes that helped make this a stronger book. The Herbert Limited Partnership, including Ron Merritt, David Merritt, Byron Merritt, Julie Herbert, Robert Merritt, Kimberly Herbert, Margaux Herbert, and Theresa Shackelford, all of whom have provided us with their enthusiastic support, entrusting us with the continuation of Frank Herbert's magnificent vision. Beverly Herbert, for almost four decades of support and devotion to her husband, Frank Herbert. And, most of all, thanks to Frank Herbert, whose genius created such a wondrous universe for all of us to explore. Discovery is dangerous . . . but so is life. A man unwilling to take risk is doomed never to learn, never to grow, never to live. -PLANETOLOGIST PARDOT KYNES, An Arrakis Primer, written for his son Liet WHEN THE SANDSTORM came howling up from the south, Pardot Kynes was more interested in taking meteorological readings than in seeking safety. His son Liet -- only twelve years old, but raised in the harsh ways of the desert -- ran an appraising eye over the ancient weather pod they had found in the abandoned...
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