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I’ve already read this during my first year of University, but it was in French so I must’ve missed a great deal of what’s going on in the book because now I have no recollection of some of the characters.

All that aside, hands down, one of the best books I’ve (re)read, and I’m not a sci-fi fan. The only thing wrong with it is that it’s so captivating that I start reading it on the bus and sometimes forget to get off at the right stop.


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  • Oh, yes! Though, I gave up on the series after Heretics of Dune the first time around, and God Emperor of Dune was no picnic either. And don’t even get me started on the abominations that are Herbert’s son’s reborquels.
    Also try The White Plague, I have a feeling the Canadian-bound geneticist in you will like it 🙂
    “Driven halfway insane by loss, his mind fragments into several personalities that carry out his plan for him. He plans a genocidal revenge and creates a plague that kills…
    The world’s armed forces are reorganized under a Canadian Admiral, Francois Delacourt, who heads Barrier Command, responsible for the absolute separation of contaminated and clean areas. Scientists toy with a conspiracy of intellectuals to override the expected repression of research by governments.”
    Gros bisous xoxo


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