Paperback, 592 pages

English language

Published May 6, 2016 by UK Airports.

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4 stars (5 reviews)

Sequel to The Dark Forest. Half a century after the Doomsday Battle, the uneasy balance of the Dark Forest Deterrence keeps the Trisolaran invaders at bay.

9 editions

*gesto di "mi esplode il cervello"*

5 stars

Sembra che rispetto ai primi due libri l'autore abbia imparato a scrivere i personaggi, rispetto ai primi due libri qui hanno un minimo di profondità. La cosa più bella del libro è la quantità di idee sviluppate e che sembrano tutte scientificamente plausibili quando te le spiega e alla fine l'immagine che ti dà dell'universo diventa molto verosimile, mi piace pensare che sia davvero così. Figo che non riesci a capire niente della prima pagina finché non arrivi a leggere l'ultimo capitolo.

reviewed Death's End by Cixin Liu (Remembrance of Earth's Past, #3)

The science is really good though

4 stars

I'm still at odds with this book and the whole trilogy. This one is better than the second books but it's still just okay 🤷🏼 Everything about the science is top notch though. I like the explanations, he doesn't overdo it, but it's still thorough enough to get the gist of the idea. If somebody was struggling to find a sci-fi book, because he/she already read so many, this would be a good contender, especially if it should be more about the science and less about the characters. This is the biggest weakness though: the characters seem so one-dimensional. Cheng Xin as the protagonist in this book did have a tiny bit more deepness than usual, but all surrounding characters were lacking. 艾AA was built up as the fun but clever character by Cheng Xin, but she never did anything fun really. Luo Ji was just there I guess (without …

reviewed Death's End by Cixin Liu (Remembrance of Earth's Past, #3)

This was my favorite of the trilogy

4 stars

In a lot of ways, i think this book could stand alone instead of being book three. It kind of starts the timeline over in the near future instead of picking up where the other books left off. With hibernation we are able to mostly follow a single person through the book, and that makes it feel coherent in a new way. It’s about the relationship with the larger universe much more than it’s about the Trisolarans. I’m glad we read these

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