Dune

Book • 1965 •   Report
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The sandworms are huge, dragon-like invertebrates that are majorly significant to the plot.
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One character bites down on a poisoned tooth during an assassination attempt.
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Someone gets buried alive under the sand.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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onemancult
Not in the first book. There's a politically motivated marriage of siblings. The relationship is not sexual.
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Several "thopters", comparable to futuristic helicopters, crash during battles or from sabotage.
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Nuclear weapons are used to disable a force field near the end of the book. They do not result in casualties.
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