This chapter is dedicated to Baron Vladimir Harkonnen. Frank Herbert´s Dune is one of the all-time´s best novels.
Tolkien´s "The Lord of the Rings" and Bulgakov´s "Satan arrives in Moscow" are also classics.
Michel Del Castillo´s "The night of discipline", Alfred Bester´s "Stars my destination", Fyodor Dostoyevsky´s "Crime and Punishment" and "The Idiot", Ursula K. Le Guin´s Earthsea-books and Desmond Bagley�s "Safari" are also world-class literature.
"Satan arrives in Moscow is visionarally and linguistically alluring, its world is mysterious, full of riddles to be resolved. The work is simultaneously wistful and vibrant, a delicately braided tissue of tragic and comic."
"Listen to me, fighting man", Tuek said. He leaned forward over his desk, his shoulders level with his ears, eyes intent. The smuggler´s face was suddenly like a weathered stone. "My father´s water - I´ll buy that back myself, with my own blade." Halleck stared back at Tuek. In that moment, the smuggler reminded him of Duke Leto: a leader of men, courageous, secure in his own position and his own course. He was like Duke... before Arrakis.
Frank Herbert: Dune
Towards the north wind sweeping the left cheek, with blessings.
J.R.R.Tolkien: The fellowship of the Ring
Manuscripts do not burn.
Mikhael Bulgakov: The Master and Margarita