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Soon to be a major motion picture directed by Denis Villeneuve, starring Timothée Chalamet, Josh Brolin, Jason Momoa, Zendaya, Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac, Javier Bardem, Dave Bautista, Stellan Skarsgård, and Charlotte Rampling.

Set on the desert planet Arrakis, Dune is the story of the boy Paul Atreides, who would become the mysterious man known as Maud'dib. He would avenge the traitorous plot against his noble family - and would bring to fruition humankind's most ancient and unattainable dream. 

A stunning blend of adventure and mysticism, environmentalism and politics, Dune won the first Nebula Award, shared the Hugo Award, and formed the basis of what is undoubtedly the grandest epic in science fiction. 

Frank Herbert's death in 1986 was a tragic loss, yet the astounding legacy of his visionary fiction will live forever. 

©1965 Frank Herbert (P)2007 Audio Renaissance, a division of Holtzbrinck Publishers LLC

Critic Reviews

Audie Award Winner, Science Fiction, 2008
Nebula Award winner, Best Novel, 1965
Hugo Award winner, Best Novel, 1966

"Unique...I know nothing comparable to it except Lord of the Rings." (Arthur C. Clarke)

"One of the monuments of modern science fiction." (Chicago Tribune)

"Powerful, convincing, and most ingenious." (Robert A. Heinlein)

Featured Article: The Best Audiobooks for Fans of Dune


Ever since its publication in 1965, Frank Herbert's Dune has set the bar high for epic science fiction. In fact, Herbert's beloved novel is considered to be one the best sci-fi books of all time. Dune was the recipient of multiple awards, including the inaugural Nebula Award for best novel in 1966. And in October 2021, more than 50 years after the novel's initial release, fans of Dune are being treated to a film adaptation, directed by Denis Villeneuve.

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This is NOT a faithful recitation of the book!

A lot of the reviews listed here slam the cast for inconsistencies with voices portrayed by certain actors, but I didn't have a problem following who was supposed to be talking. Anyone who read the physical book previously should be able to follow the dialogue easily enough. What caught me off guard is that this listing takes significant liberties with what is presented to us as consumers of this product. It does not follow all the characters like the physical book does, instead focusing on Paul practically to the exclusion of the rest of the cast. This presentation leave out roughly 50% of what is presented in the physical book (that is my estimation and not an exact amount). Therefore I feel that this audio book should be re-titled to "Dune, or the Story of Paul".

This is not Dune as I know and love, and should at least be tagged as an abridged version of the story.

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  • 11-11-19

Leaves Out Descriptive Text of Dialogue

This leaves out all of the descriptive text surrounding dialogue so that you have to rely on the acting to understand to the dialogue, including knowing which character is speaking. I want to hear all of the author's words, not some actor's interpretation of the words.

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this is a dramatazation not a book reading. adding actors and music ruins it for me.

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Lame Voice Actors - Disappointing - They Ruin My Favorite Book Of All Time

I am a huge fan of Frank Herbert’s Dune. I have reread it multiple times since the mid 70’s. I even enjoyed the Lynch /McLaughlin movie and the SciFi Channel productions, though both had their issues. I look forward to the new big budget DUNE movie scheduled for release in November 2020.

(As an aside can you imagine Dune in November 2020 and Avatar II in December 2020! Those will finally encourage me to visit a movie theater again. I generally avoid theaters with all their derivative dumbed down Hollywood super hero stuff geared to 13 year olds flashing their phones and talking, kicking chairs, loudly unwraping their movie junk food, spilling their prediabetic colas etc. I’ll take Netflix and Amazon video over movie theaters these days! And hopefully by Nov. & Dec. 2020 we might have direct home delivery of first run movies. Of course the existence of 3D still might encourage a theater visit for these two major movie releases. We shall see.)

Back to Dune audiobook. I’m new to Audible and thought I would start my first audiobook with Dune. I was very disppointed. This audio book interpretation of Dune is a bad joke! The “voice actors” are lame and unimpressive and are obviously reading the story for the first time. For the veteran Dune fan like me, I was shocked how bad it was. None if the voice actors are believable. They are amateurs unfamiliar with the book and flow of the story. They are out of their depth. It also appears that one male voice actor does multiple parts, including the voice of a woman - the aging Benegeserit reverend mother who administers the ‘gom jabbar.” To hear this dude try to sound like a woman was painful! Hearing the very same voice actor do multiple parts was disruptive when there were many other voice actors in the cast. (And I might mention that Audible did a crappy job in even identifying and naming the voice actors and who played who. Can’t Audible even get that right?)

All of the voice actors lack depth and any semblance of real interaction. It is a cold read. It feels like they recorded their parts totally separately in remote studios. Jwhich were then edited together by an audio technician. I did not at all feel the flow of real human intersction. It was like hearing computers talk to each other. I finally had enough after three separate listening attempts over cumulatively 45 minutes. After being in almost continual auditory irritation, iI finally gave up.

And I see the same cast of losers is doing the whole Dune Series? (Dune Messiah, Children Of Dune , God Emperor of Dune, etc). WTF? Shame on Audible for ruining this wonderful book. They need to start all over. They blew it! Big Time. And yes I’m angry! I really looked forward to finally hearing Dune on my phone through bluetooth earbuds. I’ve really been a fan of podcasts for over ten years but have been slow to adopt audio books. Well this fiasco did not endear me to Audible. But I appreciate the ability to return the book for a credit - which I just did!

Last comment. I do think with the proper voice actors and production. that Dune can be a GREAT audiobook. It is a complex story but eminently “doable” in an audiobook format. The background music and sound effects were fine and were a plus to the production and that element was appreciated. But it was all brought down with these amateur voice actor hacks who phoned it all in with consistently horrible performances!

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Stop leaving out entire sentences

First thing: I like Dune - the book, so this review has nothing to do with story itself.
While the performance itself was quite good, the multiple voice actors weren't really needed and were distracting. But the biggest problem was that the narrator didn't read sentences such as: "He said."
I read and listen to an audiobook all at once and because of leaving out entire sentences this was not very enjoyable. I would not recommend this audiobook to another if they want to read at the same time as they're listening.

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Good book, but terrible audiobook

Dune is a great book, but this audiobook is horrible. The publisher’s decision to use voice actors for each character is a mistake as they all do a shabby job impersonating the various characters. If this weren’t bad enough, judging from the recording, I believe each actor had their lines recorded independently from the other, and then the studio later spliced all the independent recordings together to make the audiobook. You can tell this is the case because the actors don’t quite sound like they’re talking to one another / are not in the presence of other actors in a studio setting. This fact on top of the terrible narration makes the book very unenjoyable to listen to. Sticking to a single strong narrator who understands the Dune story should have been sufficient.

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Starts out great but then the narrations begins to vary, sometimes it sounds like a full cast performing, then it switches to a single narrator doing voices, then that narrator is switched with another who sounds totaly different. Then it goes back to the full cast w/ many voices. The changes are jarring and happen without warning often in the middle of a chapter so you are constantly confused as to who is speaking and what is going on. There is no consitency in the narration of voices- all very random and sporadic. A headache of a listen and considering the level of detail and involved plot elements this makes for a very confusing experience.
Not well executed.

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abridged!!!

I have dyslexia and struggle with reading so I often listen and read at the same time. this book is all over the place! it switches from full cast narration to single narration. skipping lines and even several pages. even if I wasnt reading along its hard to follow and disorganized

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Wonderful production!

WOW!! The narration in this book is always good with segments that are GREAT. There were some complaints about the changing of accents or voices. I think of this in these terms. The normal narrator goes along telling you the story, and then at times there is an 'enhanced' scene, a scene where the voices are really acted out, usually with several different voice actors. I think of this as a picture in a book, this enhanced scene has a different set of voices because of the change in actors, but at these times you are also sucked into the story a bit more. Eventually the enhanced scene ends and the story is passed back to the standard narrator. As for the sound effects and the music, I think they all add to the richness of the story. I was never distracted from the story because of them. When I first heard the change between the 'enhanced' scenes and the standard narration, I was a little confused, but I quickly recognized the extra enjoyment I got from these enhanced scenes, and looked at them as a positive factor rather than seeing them as a negative. If I had known, going into the recording that it happened this way, I don't think I would have been confused at all. I think if you go into this thinking that the story was recorded with an excellent narrator, then the producers went back and 'enhanced' certain scenes for your enjoyment, you will be able to fully appreciate the wonderfulness of this recording.

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brought an old classic to life

I first read this book in 1980 in the back seat as my family did a two week camping road trip, and I loved this story. I must have read Dune over 20 times, it was that good to me. When I heard about the audio book I was a bit hesistant that they might ruin one of my favorite stories (like they did with the movie!!).
But the narration and characterization of the actors, were wonderful, giving the story a richness and fullness, a 3D immersive experience.
It made a great story that much better.

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  • Peter
  • 07-21-07

A superb production of a sci fi classic!

I won't dwell on the book itself - it is for many the highwater mark of the sci fi genre; superbly written, richly detailed, boiling with wonderful ideas and concepts, and giving an impression of historical depth that (almost) rivals Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings. Rather, I'd like to comment on the audio presentation. Potential listeners should have no hesitation in downloading this immediately! Simon Vance is the main reader, and - as always! - his reading is of the highest calibre - clear, faultless pronounciation, and with a fine balance of character voicing without over-acting. Although it's billed as a full-cast reading (from the superb Audio Renaissance team), the full cast are only used on some chapters, while Simon Vance reads many chapters solo. And while I love the Audio Renaissance team, I actually found the solo Vance chapters even better. A very highly recommended listen! And what great news that the sequels will be available over the upcoming months!

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  • Ian
  • 01-04-16

The narration wasn't for me.

I do like Dune. It is a classic of science fiction. Given the current warnings from prominent scientists about AI, and the impact of religious violence on our world, it raises interesting speculation about the future. I've read the book in print several times over the last 30 years.

The narration didn't really work for me, however. The main narrator had a kind of 'grand' tone to his voice, a little too reverent, as if every sentence was a morsel of deep importance. I found myself turned off. His female voices suffered that problem many male readers have, of making them too 'fluffy' (surely not, for Jessica!), but it was the overall tone that defeated me. I didn't make it through to the end, it became a chore, so I finished it off in my printed book.

A lot of people here seem to disagree, and thought the reading was exceptional. I am very willing to accept it just didn't work for me. I prefer readers who sound like they're enjoying the story.

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  • Peter
  • 09-07-07

read and heard now!!!!!

I first read this book years and years ago. After getting an iPod, to while away the hours at work, cnc programmer and operator, I decided to try an audio book. I went for Dune with the thought of 'I've read it, so lets see how it listens' so to speak. AMAZED. I loved every minute, got totally engrossed, beautifully read, good background mood music, thoroughly enjoyed it. Next audio book please!

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  • Peter
  • 06-21-11

Rather fragmented production of a wonderful book

I read 'Dune' in my teens and adored it - the complexities of the story and the depth to which the eco-system of the desert planet is planned are quite breathtaking. So I was looking forward to having the audiobook so I could re-live the wonder. Unfortunately this is a bit of a fragmented production. The main narrator has a voice fitting to the scope of the book and reads well. However, my guess is that originally the production company brought in other actors to read the dialogue - but for an ABRIDGED version. But they didn't bother to use them to complete the unabridged recording. Therefore, at some points, we have dialogue of the main characters read by other actors (often with some annoying 'atmospheric' sound effects, music or irritating echoic effects in the background). Then at other sections of the story all the voices of dialogue are provided by the main narrator, which makes the whole thing sadly disjointed. Ironically, I think it works far better with the narrator alone providing all dialogue - so the company could have saved themselves the cost and trouble of getting other people in and would still have ended up with a better, more choherent performance of the book. I will still finish listening to the audiobook, just to enjoy the marvellous story, but I feel the oddities of the recording will always keep me from being completely immersed in the tale.

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  • O
  • 10-16-15

Incomplete adaptation. Not the full novel.

I've only got about two minutes in but have already had to stop. This is not the complete novel. It is an adaptation. When there is dialogue the words of the narrator are omitted, as if it were a play. Not what I wanted at all for such an amazing book.

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  • Steven
  • 01-18-10

High drama but more of it please

Dune is a book of high tension, filled with treachery, suspicion and dangerous characters with dark motives. The early scenes of this audiobook are dramatised and they capture the mood expertly. This is edge-of-the-seat stuff and makes for compelling listening. I could feel the 'gom jabar' at my own neck as my hands went all clammy! What a pity the dramatisation lessens, giving way to straight narration as the book progresses. It is read very well throughout but it could have been so much more gripping if the full cast had been retained. Another annoying gripe, common to so many audiobooks. Why can't the audio 'chapters' correspond with those in the book instead of ending randomly mid paragraph? It makes navigating a long book unnecessarily difficult.

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  • clivemac28
  • 02-08-08

A new dimension

When I was a teenager I thoroughly enjoyed (and found myself transported to) Dune and appreciated it as much as Catch 22 and Asimov's Foundation series. When I was a thirty-something I tried to enjoy the film version without much success. As a fifty-something I am amazed by the richness of the experience provided by this audiobook. The combination of straight narrative and dramatisation works to bring the book to life in a way I did not expect. I recommend listening via an iPod/MP3 player with headphones. If the spoken word can evkoe pictures in your mind, your are in for a cinematic treat!

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  • Apollon
  • 11-26-10

Dune is to SciFi, as what LOR is to Fantasy

I loved the 1984 film adaptation of Dune as a child, but I have never read the book.

I went through this audio book, Twice! In one week. What a story and to think it was published in 1965.

I really loved the way this book is written and audio production is the best I have every heard, and adds to the entertainment value.

There is a the main narrator Simon Vance who is brilliant, but the additional narrators and ambient sounds used add more colour to the sound.

Scifi may be back drop to this story, but the main drama is in the relationships and the characters. I urge non Scifi readers looking for a good book with great intertwining plots, varied characters told in a oracle like voice to listen to this story.

I enjoyed this more than Lord of the Rings, which I do like. I like a long story that is well written and this is one of the best.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 10-11-19

confusing

Overall very good, but the inconsistency of the voices really bugged me. Simon Vance is great, so are the others, but having randomly cut in and out was kinda strange.

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  • Peter
  • 08-16-10

Outstanding

This is a superbly read, expertly-produced audiobook that draws the listener headlong into the world of Arrakis and the adventures of Dune. The narration, acting, music and effects all compliment each other beautifully to create an experience that does true justice to this Sci-Fi epic.

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  • Ben Scott
  • 07-22-15

Poor performance of an exceptional book

Any number of reviews will tell you the importance of Dune, the depth and detail that Frank Herbert has taken to craft a thrilling story, amazing characters and a universe that in 2015 is still unique.

This review however, sets to highlight that this reading of Dune is exceptionally bad. The book is read mostly by a single person (altering his voice for different characters, if only slightly) but bizarrely will have characters such as Jessica and Paul be taken over by other narrators seemingly at random parts of the story with seemingly no consistency on who is 'playing'. More confusingly a narrator for one key character, such as Leto Atreides will return later with exactly the same voice (that is to say, not altering it at all) to play a different character.

This performance is disruptive and simply not good. Either have it read by a single narrator or have some consistency with who is reading each character. The most egregious case of this was halfway through a chapter in which two key characters were talking, a small break takes place, and it returns with new narrators for these characters. Why?

The story isn't ruined however. The performers are true to the words of the book and it will not inhibit your ability to get the genuine experience but at times it is jarring and confusing.

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  • angus
  • 10-27-16

it's not unabridged

wow I feel like an idiot. I thought that it was an unabridged reading. I wish there was a full copy of this book that I could listen to because I love the story.

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  • Damon
  • 03-15-17

Please put me out of my misery.

Dune is a remarkable epic that sits at the epicenter of the genre. As an audiobook however...this is a shambles. Its as if the budget was expended on the atmospheric sounds effects and background music and with the funds running low the studio just randomly selected bits for the voice actors while the rest was read by the narrator. Not only is it confusing....its at times hilarious. In single scenes you can have three different voices for one character ( remembering Herbert's love of the third person or thoughts of his characters)...hilariously these innermost thoughts can be a totally different actor, voice....god even accent. there are times the primary narrator just seems to forget what voice he uses for a character....you are absolutely lost. watch out for his attempt at Chani when she first appears... How can I liken this experience? Have you ever tried to make an omelette while suffering with a hangover...... with each egg you crack, shell ends up in the bowl...no matter how much you try it just gets worse with the end result being a complete and total yoke ( egg humour)...I digress.... back to analogy... so finally after cooking the omelette you sit down ready to tuck in before throwing up last night's curry with a good helping of vodka flavoured bile. That's the feeling I had as the book ended.

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  • Chantal
  • 08-22-14

Pretty Epic

What made the experience of listening to Dune the most enjoyable?

Voice was very easy to listen to and the occasional accompanying music was a good touch.

What did you like best about this story?

The voice actors - although they tend to change occasionally which can be confusing.

Have you listened to any of the narrators’s other performances? How does this one compare?

Haven't listened to others

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The final two chapters are very exciting.

Any additional comments?

The voice actors change which makes the book a little confusing and the language of Dune can be hard to follow. Go with the flow and you'll enjoy it.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 07-15-19

Exceptional Story, Jarring Performance

The story is excellent, read the book when I was a teenager, seen the movie and could hardly stop listening to this audio book decades later.

The performance was very good in parts but often jarring as voice actors were not consistent with characters. That is the same character would have more than once accent or voice actor which broke immersion in the story.

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  • Daniel Porteous
  • 07-29-18

Great book, inconsistent narration

The book itself is great, a classic. The narration is a bit disappointing. They have voice actors for the major characters, but in half the book they are absent and all the characters are instead voiced by the narrator.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 08-01-19

Inconsistent voices

Well read and pleasant voices. However there are inconsistent changes in voice actors which lead to confusion at the very least. Only become a problem since the voices were so good you started to miss them.

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  • Conor
  • 11-03-19

An inspiring epic saga of a story

Frank Herbert's grand story barely feels like science fiction. Prepare to feel overwhelmed by the scope of story telling focusing on people, politics, planetary ecology and power struggles. Ideally it would be great to have the voice actors do every chapter, but what is here also works fine. Kudos to the voice actors and Frank Herbert for this, would strongly recommend.

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  • Jay
  • 07-27-19

good but

book contains specific voice acting in certain scenes which is fantastic. However, these are not consistent throughout the book and only in important chapters. This can cause some confusion over which character is speaking.

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  • James
  • 09-24-19

A genre classic with a better setting than story

Dune is very ambitious, and now that I've finally read it I can see the obvious influence that it's had on lots of subsequent sci-fi and fantasy. Herbert is an excellent world-builder; there's lots of great anthropological detail about the people of Arrakis, and he has a very compelling way of writing about prophetic precognition, which is not only artful but also serves as a convenient workaround for preventing prophet characters from being omniscient and knowing everything that's going to happen in the story. World-building aside, however, I must confess to getting pretty bored with the plot around the mid-point, when Paul is just mucking around in the desert with his Fremen pals. Much like Tolkien, then, I guess Herbert's strengths lay more in "secondary creation" than in plotting. I'm not yet sure if I'll continue with the next entries in the series; I don't know if I want to justify pushing on if I'm going to be bored by those as well. But Dune at least had enough ambition and a sufficiently compelling world to warrant the time I spent there.

Regarding the performance of the audio version, I have to say that it was a truly baffling choice to only utilise a full cast for some portions of the book. I can only assume this was due to budgetary reasons, but this begs the question of why not to simply use a single narrator for the whole thing. The narrator they have is quite good, and could easily have carried the whole thing. The voice cast is quite good too, but the distraction of switching between them doesn't seem at all worth it.

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