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The Three-Body Problem (The Three-Body Problem Series Book 1)

The Three-Body Problem (The Three-Body Problem Series Book 1) By {author, [PDF] The Three-Body Problem (The Three-Body Problem Series Book 1) | by ↠ Cixin Liu [PDF] The Three-Body Problem (The Three-Body Problem Series Book 1) | by ↠ Cixin Liu - The Three-Body Problem (The Three-Body Problem Series Book 1), The Three Body Problem The Three Body Problem Series Book Soon to be a Netflix Original Series An NPR Best Book of the DecadeWinner of the Hugo Award for Best Novel War of the Worlds for the st century Wall Street Journal The Three Body Pr

  • Publisher‏:‎ Tor Books (November 11, 2014)
  • Publication date‏:‎ November 11, 2014
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 4295 KB
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 400 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Not Enabled

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The Three-Body Problem (The Three-Body Problem Series Book 1)

[PDF] The Three-Body Problem (The Three-Body Problem Series Book 1) | by ↠ Cixin Liu [PDF] The Three-Body Problem (The Three-Body Problem Series Book 1) | by ↠ Cixin Liu - The Three-Body Problem (The Three-Body Problem Series Book 1), The Three Body Problem The Three Body Problem Series Book Soon to be a Netflix Original Series An NPR Best Book of the DecadeWinner of the Hugo Award for Best Novel War of the Worlds for the st century Wall Street Journal The Three Body Pr The Three-Body Problem (The Three-Body Problem Series Book 1)

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The Three-Body Problem (The Three-Body Problem Series Book 1)

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  1. How in the world did this book average 4 stars My apologies, but I can t tell you because I apparently read something completely different from everyone else Absolutely zero character development, I mean nothing Just flat personalities all round In fact, I couldn t begin to emphasise the two dimensionalism present in this book even if I was blessed with the eloquence of a Joyce or Shakespeare.Oh, and it might be good to have at least a PhD no, that is a bit much, make it a Masters in physics bec [...]


  2. I m about 25% into the book I doubt I ll finish it I have a Ph.D in Physics, and my graduate program had a strong Particle Physics department though I specialized elsewhere The author shows a startling lack of understanding of what motivates Physicists and how they think, to a point where the book is ruined for me.There is also rather amateur hour writing, which may be due to the translator.Spoiler version In the book plot, the invariance of physics under translations in time and space has been [...]


  3. This is the most impactful sci fi series I ve ever read What I mean by that, is that this series has permanently changed the way I look at the stars, the way I perceive time, the way I think about life, the way I think about SETI, the way I think about the meaning of life, the way I think about human beings place in the universe, the way I view technology, etc.This series well and truly blew my mind away This isn t a page0 turning space opera adventure kind of story The story is interesting and [...]


  4. After slogging though far too much science narrative while finding virtually nonexistent character development, I had to laugh when I read that the author started life as an engineer I finally started skipping the science to find some plot development, sort of like skipping the cetology when reading Moby Dick Despite these criticisms, Liu has created realms that can expand any willing imagination But the book would benefit from an editor with a machete, to chop through the technical kudzu.


  5. I was on the fence about this book for a couple of years but I finally took the plunge and am extremely happy that I did The reviews seemed to be a bit of a mixed bag and I saw some people suggest that it lacked interesting characters Having read this book as well as its two sequels I can firmly say that this is not the case There are several compelling and interesting characters in this book.Above all else the plot, world building and pacing of the book are completely top notch To have a hard s [...]


  6. Having read the glowing reviews and seen the prizes this book won, I was keen to start it I read a few pages, waiting for the brilliance to kick in, read some , waiting for the great book to startand it never did To summarise the book, an eminent scientist is asked to join a global task force fighting an unknown enemy that is making scientists commit suicide It turns out the enemy is an alien race, invited to Earth by radical environmentalists amongst others despairing of humanity s behaviour.Pe [...]


  7. This was a very interesting and unusual sci fi novel, partly due to its Chinese setting and authorship and partly due to its interesting use of scientific and philosophical concepts, along with some insights into the unique historical setting of the Cultural Revolution.Like most western readers and film watchers, I m very used to aliens always targetting America and the heroes being American or at a pinch, British and it felt surprisingly fresh to watch these semi familiar events unfolding in a [...]


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