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'''Heretics of Dune''', written by [[Frank Herbert]], is the fifth novel in an original [[Dune]] series of six novels. 1500 years have passed since [[Leto II]]'s reign ended; humanity is firmly on the [[Golden Path]]. By crushing the aspirations of humans for 3,500 years, Leto caused [[The Scattering]], an explosion of humanity into the unknown universe upon his death.
 
'''Heretics of Dune''', written by [[Frank Herbert]], is the fifth novel in an original [[Dune]] series of six novels. 1500 years have passed since [[Leto II]]'s reign ended; humanity is firmly on the [[Golden Path]]. By crushing the aspirations of humans for 3,500 years, Leto caused [[The Scattering]], an explosion of humanity into the unknown universe upon his death.
   

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