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The Three-Body Problem (Audio) - Liu Cixin, Ken Liu
The Three-Body Problem (Audio)
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ISBN: 9781427251992 (1427251991)
Publisher: Macmillan Audio
Edition language: English
Series: 三体 - Three Body (#1)
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N.A. Ratnayake
N.A. Ratnayake rated it
4.0 The Three-Body Problem
Loved it. Fantastic, mind-blowing ideas and many-layered cultural setting, social systems, and characters. My only complaints are 1) the dialogue comes off as stiff and overly-constructed (which I assume I can attribute to the difficulty of translating from Chinese), and 2) the exposition and plot a...
A Man With An Agenda
A Man With An Agenda rated it
5.0 The Three-Body Problem, Remembrance of Earth's Past #1 by Cixin Liuy
The look of incredulous disgust on their face when I admitted I hadn't read 'Three-Body Problem'. It was too much to bear, so at my earliest convenience I picked up a copy and devoured it. This is incredible! I know I've been saying a lot of great, hyperbolic things about a lot of the sf I've been r...
Obsidian Blue
Obsidian Blue rated it
2.0 The Three-Body Problem
I have been getting yelled at for a while to read "The Three-Body Problem." I really wish that I had left it alone. I had a hard time even getting immersed in the book cause not a lot of it made sense to me and we kept changing POVs. I know about the Cultural Revolution in China (East Asia was my m...
learn by going
learn by going rated it
4.0 The Three-Body Problem, Liu Cixin (trans. Ken Liu)
What would you do if the laws of physics, of the universe, turned out not to be laws at all? Imagine you're a scientist confronted with this realization. This is one of the more disturbing realities that characters must contend with in The Three-Body Problem, the first of a trilogy by Chinese author...
YouKneeK
YouKneeK rated it
4.0 Review: The Three-Body Problem (Remembrance of Earth's Past Book 1 of 3)
The Three-Body Problem was originally written in Chinese and has been translated to English. I read the English translation, and I enjoyed it quite a bit. The story had its quirks, but it held my interest well. One of the fun aspects was definitely getting a little taste of Chinese culture and hi...
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