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    Mark Everglade talks cyberpunk’s future and his top 5 sci-fi books

    Scifipulse recently caught up with Mark Everglade he is the author of Hemispheres, a dystopian cyberpunk novel, as well as several cyberpunk short stories. Additionally, Mark holds a Master’s of Science in Sociological Conflict Theory. And is a contributor...
    June 7, 2022 456 0
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    In Review: Dune (2021)

    Synopsis: Dune (2021) is the latest movie from Denis Villeneuve. Timothy Chalamee leads the line as Paul Atriesdes. The legendary “spice” a highly valuable substance divides loyalties and begins events in the new adaptation of the...
    October 26, 2021 521 0
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    Can Dune become the next great sci-fi franchise?

    Frank Herbert’s 1965 novel Dune is one of the most influential sci-fi novels of all time, laying the groundwork for the world’s favorite sci-fi franchises. While the premise and characters of Star Wars and Star Trek are known and loved on every continent, the stories of Dune are...
    June 19, 2020 1702 0
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    Dune: Should We Be Worried About the New Adaptation?

    “Dune” is, without a doubt, one of the most important works in science fiction. An incredibly complex tale that covers everything from politics to religion, from ecology to war and destruction, from the pitfalls of prescience...
    June 12, 2020 1129 0
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    The Best Sci-Fi Novels of All Time

    With so many great novels out there, it can be easy to find yourself bogged down and inundated with choices, leaving you to ask where the best place is to start. For those who consider themselves...
    April 12, 2018 1103 0
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    In Review: Navigators of Dune

    Navigators of Dune by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson Published by Tor on September 13, 2016. Hardcover of 416 pages at $27.99, eBook at $14.99, CD at $39.99, and Digital Audio at $23.99.  The cover:...
    November 21, 2016 5632 0