Book Club Episode 22: Dune Part 22
Aaron and David discuss the next two chapters of Dune. Paul’s been hitting the spice really hard having visions of the future to prepare for his first solo mounting of the sand worm. Alia Paul’s sister is wise beyond her years after encountering the waters of life while still in the womb. We discuss how interesting the spice is and how it almost makes the fremem a collective of sorts being aware of each other but not directly telepathic. We also discuss Jessica’s outlook on Chani. Pour yourself a cold beverage and listen to more Dune, enjoy together responsibly!
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