Even before reading the novel I had of course heard of Dune. I knew that it was considered one of the milestones in the history of science fiction literature.
Because it brought into existence some of Sci Fi’s most iconic heroes, villains and creatures and because it contained as much depth and vision as many tomes of philosophy.
The tale set around the planet Arrakis, called Dune, was compulsory reading for any serious fan of science fiction. Unfortunately I had absolutely no interest in it.
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Tabletop miniature wargaming as a hobby is hard to hide. I know that because I’ve tried. Back in college I was sharing a flat with one of my best friends and we were identifying as “undercover nerds”.
While to the eyes of the careless observer we presented ourselves as the usual college students, hitting the pubs, drinking, dancing and doing all the stuff expected from young people away from their families for the first time, we harbored a secret desire.
And there were signs. Not even a small family, however clumsy its members, should’ve stocked that many bottles of superglue. And why were there so many paintbrushes lying around but no paintings to be found? And why did two guys in a small flat own such a ridiculously large kitchen table?
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