The Three-Body Problem Trilogy
Remembrance of Earth's Past
Cixin Liu author Ken Liu translator Joel Martinsen translator
Publisher:Head of Zeus
Published:10th Nov '22
Available for immediate dispatch.
An omnibus edition of books 1–3 in China's apocalyptic space opera trilogy, comprising The Three-Body Problem, The Dark Forest and Death's End.
An omnibus edition of books 1–3 in China's best-selling apocalyptic space opera trilogy, comprising The Three-Body Problem, The Dark Forest and Death's End. The trilogy weaves a web of physics, philosophy and history, taking the reader from the Cultural Revolution to the heat death of the universe.'This series will soon become a Netflix series... so get in on the ground floor while you still can' Esquire Imagine a universe patrolled by numberless and nameless predators. Imagine what might happen to any civilisation unwise enough to broadcast its location. This is Cixin Liu's THREE-BODY PROBLEM TRILOGY. Weaving a complex web of stratagem, subterfuge, philosophy and physics across light years of space and 18.9 million years of time, this tale of humanity's struggle to reach the stars is a visionary masterwork of unprecedented scale and momentum. Available now in a single volume, including: 1 THE THREE-BODY PROBLEM 2 THE DARK FOREST 3 DEATH'S END Read the award-winning, critically acclaimed, multi-million-selling phenomenon – soon to be a Netflix Original Series from the creators of Game of Thrones.Reviews for Cixin Liu: 'A milestone' New York Times 'Immense' Barack Obama 'Unique' George R.R. Martin 'SF in the grand style' Guardian 'Mind-altering and immersive' Daily Mail
A unique blend of scientific and philosophical speculation, politics and history, conspiracy theory and cosmology -- George R.R. Martin
Wildly imaginative, really interesting... The scope of it was immense' -- Barack Obama
A milestone in Chinese science fiction * New York Times *
A marvellous mélange of awe-inspiring scientific concepts, clever plotting and quirky yet plausible characters * TLS *
China's answer to Arthur C. Clarke * The New Yorker *