Eye (Frank Herbert)
US 1st edition cover
|Media type||Print (Hardcover & Paperback)|
|ISBN||ISBN 0-425-08398-5 (US 1st edition)
ISBN 0-7434-3479-X (2001 US reprint)
Eye (1985) is a collection of thirteen short stories written by science fiction author Frank Herbert. All of the works had been previously published in magazine or book form, except for "The Road to Dune."
 "Rat Race"
 "The Dragon in the Sea"
 "Cease Fire"
 "A Matter of Traces"
 "Try to Remember"
 "The Tactful Saboteur"
First appearing in Galaxy Science Fiction magazine in 1964 and later republished in The Worlds of Frank Herbert in 1971, this novelette is notable for establishing the setting for Herbert's ConSentiency universe.
 "The Road to Dune"
Set in Herbert's Dune universe, this short work takes the form of a guidebook for pilgrims to the planet Arrakis, illustrated by Welsh artist Jim Burns. The work takes place after the fall of Padishah Emperor Shaddam Corrino IV and the ascension of Paul Atreides to the throne in the 1965 novel Dune. "The Road to Dune" discusses the major sights in the capital city, Arrakeen, including the Grand Palace and Temple of Alia. It also features images (with descriptions) of some of the devices and characters presented in the novels, including Paul's personal ornithopter, an Ixian glowglobe, Princess Irulan, Duncan Idaho, and Reverend Mother Mohiam.
 "By the Book"
 "Seed Stock"
 "Murder Will In"
 "Passage for Piano"
 "Death of a City"
 "Frogs and Scientists"
This is the story of a frog that considers itself to be a scientist. The frog observes a human female washing herself while a young male human watches and then tries to explain it to another frog.
- "1986 Locus Awards: Collection". LocusMag.com. Retrieved July 27, 2011.
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