The Three-Body Problem Trilogy Remembrance of Earth’s Past

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Head of Zeus; 1st edition (2 Nov. 2017)

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5707 KB

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1867 pages

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10 reviews for The Three-Body Problem Trilogy Remembrance of Earth’s Past

  1. Darren S.

    An excellent and thought provoking series. Definitely in the hard sci-fi camp. An absolute essential for any serious sci-fi fan. Amazing how a book can be so inspiring and bleak at the same time. Will be interesting to see how far into the story the Netflix series will take this. A very minor criticism in that it did possibly feel a little slow and dry at first but the later books seemed to change tone. In the end I couldn’t put it down and ended up racing through to the end. Not sure what it was about it though, but afterwards plunging into a typical space opera series just didn’t feel right. Not sure what I’ll read next. Might need to read some Stephen Baxter again!

  2. AC

    Each book is starting slow, and you have that feeling of losing time and being a little boring, but in no time you’ll find yourself reading with hours.Amazing stories.

  3. An amateur

    Found the first book wacky in style and awkward in some passages, which I attributed to the book being translated from Chinese. Liu Cixin loves his science and jargon dropping, with many dense pages explaining mechanics and calculations. Thought some of the characters were caricatures rather than real humans. For example, even emperor Qin Shi Huang commanding his troops makes an appearance. But after persisting with the story whilst cringing at points, it began to make more sense and the author’s vast scope of imagination became apparent.The second book was thought-provoking.My favourite was the 3rd book which was the most dizzying, and at times, approached high fantasy. He explored different narrative devices and developed his ideas fully, anticipating many related arguments.The trilogy covers many topics such as cosmology, astronomy, sociology, biology, technology, and philosophy.

  4. Big Boy

    Great SciFi

  5. Martin Moffatt

    a fantastic trilogy of books from what i have heard, I have read most of the first book and i found myself eventually putting it down at around 2:30am! A great read.

  6. J

    I was immediately hooked, highly recommend for sci fi fans!

  7. Mr. Andrew Smith

    The science is refreshingly dominant in novels that show what humans would do in this situation in a totalitarian regime, and afterwards shows how in that context this drives people’s aspirations and how they appear in other people’s eyes in the community.

  8. Mr. D. L. Barker

    It ended on a bit of a cliffhanger for me. Its going to bother me for about 18 billion years

  9. lawrence leger

    This is hugely imaginitive although challenging. But hugely worth the effort.

  10. Mel 43

    This book and author were an accidental discovery for me and a truly stunning one. The depth and complexity of the story telling, the mixture of science and imagination was breathtaking in its scope and an utterly compelling read. This three book anthology was enormous and impossible to put down, don’t start this if you have anything important to do in your real life.

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