Heretics of Dune is a 1984 science fiction novel by Frank Herbert, the fifth in his Dune series of six novels. It was ranked as the #13 hardcover fiction best seller of 1984 by The New York Times. Heretics of Dune tells of life 3,500 years after the death of the Tyrant, Leto II, as ferocious "Honored Matres" stream in from the "Scattering," and the Bene Gesserit work to unite a ghola, Duncan Idaho, and a Fremen girl, Sheeana, who has the power to command worms. The Tleilaxu, who have been hiding for millennia behind self-built walls, are ready to claim their place in the universe, aided by a document prepared by the Sisterhood. Ancient Dune - Rakis - is destroyed and a lone worm is rescued to begin a new cycle on Chapter House Planet. Some 3,500 years after the death of the Tyrant, Leto II, the Bene Gesserit Sisterhood is preparing a new ghola of Duncan Idaho on Gammu and on Rakis, the Sisterhood is watching a young girl, who can command worms. An unorthodox offshoot, the "Honored Matres," is returning violently from the "Scattering," and the situation is so dire that Reverend Mother Superior Taraza travels personally to bring Bashar Miles Teg back from retirement to train and protect Duncan. Meanwhile, on Bandalong, the cradle of Tleilaxu civilization, Tylwyth Waff, proposes using the "Atreides Manifesto" to restore humankind to the true faith, which the Tleilaxu alone preserve. You can listen online to free English audiobook “Heretics of Dune” by Frank Herbert on our website.