This chapter is dedicated to Baron Vladimir Harkonnen. Frank Herbert´s Dune is one of the all-time´s best novels.

Tolkien´s "The Lord of the Rings" and Bulgakov´s "Satan arrives in Moscow" are also classics.

Michel Del Castillo´s "The night of discipline", Alfred Bester´s "Stars my destination", Fyodor Dostoyevsky´s "Crime and Punishment" and "The Idiot", Ursula K. Le Guin´s Earthsea-books and Desmond Bagley´┐Żs "Safari" are also world-class literature.

"Satan arrives in Moscow is visionarally and linguistically alluring, its world is mysterious, full of riddles to be resolved. The work is simultaneously wistful and vibrant, a delicately braided tissue of tragic and comic."

Nina Gimishanov

"Listen to me, fighting man", Tuek said. He leaned forward over his desk, his shoulders level with his ears, eyes intent. The smuggler´s face was suddenly like a weathered stone. "My father´s water - I´ll buy that back myself, with my own blade." Halleck stared back at Tuek. In that moment, the smuggler reminded him of Duke Leto: a leader of men, courageous, secure in his own position and his own course. He was like Duke... before Arrakis.

Frank Herbert: Dune

Towards the north wind sweeping the left cheek, with blessings.

J.R.R.Tolkien: The fellowship of the Ring

Manuscripts do not burn.

Mikhael Bulgakov: The Master and Margarita

Lord of the Rings

Lord of the Rings is a classic story about the battle between good and evil. Poignant, poetic, exciting and authentic. A masterpiece.

Lord of the Rings


The central figure in the book. Glows wisdom and profundity. Also known as Olórin, Mithrandir (The Grey Pilgrim), Incánus and Tharkûn.