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The Dosadi Experiment
The Dosadi Experiment
Author: Frank Herbert
Beyond the God Wall — Generations of a tormented human-alien people, caged on a toxic planet, conditioned by constant hunger and war -- this is the Dosadi Experiment, and it has succeeded too well. For the Dosadi have been bred for Vengeance as well as cunning, and they have learned how to pass through the shimmering God Wall to exact their dread...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780425038345
ISBN-10: 0425038343
Publication Date: 10/1/1978
Pages: 343
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 19 ratings
Publisher: Berkley
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio CD
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borged avatar reviewed The Dosadi Experiment on + 21 more book reviews
Classic Frank Herbert Sci-fi!
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Dosadi is an artificially populated planet with a dark, dark secret. Jorg X. McKie, who was introduced in a companion novel \"Whipping Star\" is sent to investigate the goings-on on Dosadi, an assignment that could very well lead to his destruction.

Dosadi is a toxic planet, where survivors live either in an overpopulated fortress of a city and survive on their wits, or struggle to live on the poisonous Rim, where the very soil and plants are enemies. The people of Dosadi are tough indeed, but they are a lot more than just tough survivors. They hold a desperate secret that could upset the balance of the rest of the galaxy.

McKie\'s struggle to survive and to discover Dosadi\'s secrets make for a really exciting tale. The characters are vivid, creative (all kinds of sentient species) and very interesting. If you love good science fiction, this is a must-read.
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This book was the sequel to Whipping Star. Unfortunately, it didn't captivate me as much as Whipping Star, and since it was longer, it made it a little harder to rate as high as Whipping Star.


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