HellholeThe Hellhole Trilogy (Volume 1)
Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson
Only the most desperate colonists dare to make a new home on Hellhole. Reeling from a recent asteroid impact, tortured with horrific storms, tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes, and churning volcanic eruptions, the planet is a dumping ground for undesirables, misfits, and charlatans…but also a haven for dreamers and independent pioneers.
Against all odds, an exiled general named Adolphus has turned Hellhole into a place of real opportunity for the desperate colonists who call the planet their home. While the colonists are hard at work developing the planet, General Adolphus secretly builds alliances with the leaders of the other Deep Zone worlds, forming a clandestine coalition against the tyrannical, fossilized government responsible for their exile.
What no one knows is this: the planet Hellhole, though damaged and volatile, hides an amazing secret. Deep beneath its surface lies the remnants of an obliterated alien civilization and the buried memories of its unrecorded past that, when unearthed, could tear the galaxy apart.
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That morning’s smoke storm left a greenish haze in the air. Over the course of the day, intermit- tent breezes would scour the fine layer of grit from the reinforced buildings . . . or maybe the weather would do something entirely different....
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Praise for Hellhole
“Herbert and Anderson create vivid characters--both human and machine--with passionate goals.” —RT Book Reviews on Dune: The Battle of Corrin
“Filling in the gaps between the late Frank Herbert's classic Dune and its sequels Dune Messiah and Children of Dune…this sequel to Paul of Dune is an important addition to the Dune chronology and will be in demand by Herbert fans.” —Library Journal, starred review on The Winds of Dune