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The Three-Body Problem


“The Three-Body Problem” by Liu Cixin is a science fiction masterpiece that immerses readers in an epic narrative of intergalactic encounters and the challenges faced by humanity in the face of an alien threat. The plot revolves around two main protagonists: Ye Wenjie, a Chinese physicist whose personal journey leads her to make contact with an alien civilization, and Wang Miao, a scientist who finds himself drawn into a complex investigation surrounding a series of scientist suicides.

The book begins with Ye Wenjie’s story during the Chinese Cultural Revolution, where she witnesses her father’s unjust execution and develops a pessimistic view of humanity. Later, she is recruited to participate in a top-secret project to communicate with extraterrestrials, leading her to send messages into outer space.

Meanwhile, Wang Miao is drawn into an enigmatic virtual reality game called “Trisolaris,” where he uncovers clues that seem to be related to events unfolding in the real world. As he delves deeper into the investigation, Wang discovers a global conspiracy and an imminent threat from an alien civilization.

The book tackles complex themes such as the nature of science, humanity’s capacity for destruction, and the vastness of the universe. The captivating narrative and innovative scientific concepts keep readers intrigued and questioning humanity’s place in the cosmos. With its unique blend of suspense, philosophy, and scientific speculation, “The Three-Body Problem” is a fascinating read that challenges conventional notions of science fiction.

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