Discussion in 'Community' started by harpuah, Sep 2, 2012.
I have read Dune.
I haven't read Dune.
Read it, it's sequels and watched the movies and mini-series
I've read Dune, watched the movies, read the sequels and prequels and watched the mini-series, too.
I have not read Dune.
Read Dune and own it along with the movie, seen the first miniseries.
I've never read Animal Farm or Dune.
This including the two sequels by KJA and Brian Herbert that wrap the plot up, which I think are more memetically awful than truly reprehensible but look awful in the context of the main six novels.
Seriously though, even if you never read the extra material, the novel itself is a classic, and especially deserves a read since we're in the Star Wars fandom and it rather clearly influenced aspects of the films.
I read Dune this past summer. Friendship was threatened to be revoked if I did not, lol. It was worth it.
This, and I raise you also owning the first miniseries in Director's Cut form. I also own Dune Messiah but haven't read it.
No to Dune.
I have worn out books since I read Dune the first time in 1973. One of my favorites.
I saw the animated film ages ago, but I will track it down and read it now.
I managed to stay awake long enough to read through Dune.
Haven't read it. I saw the 1984 movie, and it bored me to tears. After that, I never had any desire to pursue Dune any further.
I have also not read Dune. It's not really even on my list.
Never read it. Not planning to.
I am certain he would not have followed through on this jest but the reasoning was that I had made it past a quarter century of age proclaiming to be a science fiction nerd and, though I was aware of it, had never read it. Furthermore I had no desire to read it because it was one of my ex's favorites and he always commented on my poor taste (evidenced by the our relationship, I'm sure). I did eventually read them in a spare moment when I did not know what to read next and found that I enjoyed about half of them.