Frank Herbert, in full Frank Patrick Herbert, was an American science-fiction writer noted as the author of the best-selling Dune series of futuristic novels, a group of highly complex works that explore such themes as ecology, human evolution, the consequences of genetic manipulation, and mystical and psychic possibilities. Dune took six years of research and writing to complete and it was much longer than commercial science fiction of the time was supposed to be. Analog published it in two parts comprising eight instalments, "Dune World" from December 1963 and "Prophet of Dune" in 1965. Chapterhouse: Dune is a 1985 science fiction novel by Frank Herbert, the last in his Dune series of six novels. It rose to #2 on The New York Times Best Seller list. Reverend Mother Superior Darwi Odrade and others celebrate the first ghola baby, Miles Teg while Honored Matres are hunting the Sisterhood to extinction. They need Teg's abilities and memories. The sisterhood must abandon some worlds to the Matres. On Junction, Reverend Mother Sabanda dies under questioning; her body is fed to captive Futar humanoids. Teg shows brilliance and studies the Bashars. He is told he is a ghola, which explains why he has memories he cannot yet access. Odrade lectures Teg on the ways of the Sisterhood and their role as stewards of the land. Teg sense the cycle of the sandworms to sandtrout to melange and back again. Teg is admonished not to forget Dune or the house of Atreides… Enjoy free online English audiobook “Chapterhouse: Dune”, a novel by Frank Herbert.