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Badly Written and Ill Conceived Science Fiction with a Few Interesting Ideas


I'm not sure I read the same book as everyone else. This got lots of four and five star reviews here on Goodreads.

Plus, it's been nominated for both Hugo and Nebula awards.

As often happens, I'm not with the majority opinion here. I give it two stars.

I'm not sure if the problem was the translation, or the original text, or both. (Unfortunately I only have the audio for this, so I can't quote the text here).

But I found the writing wooden, the characters two-dimensional cartoonish stick figures, and the audio narration poor. Although most of the characters are academics or intellectuals, the most believable and interesting character turns out to be a coarse and apparently ignorant policeman, She Qiang (nicknamed "Da Shi").

Most of the characters are cold and unsympathetic. A few of them commit murders for which they seem entirely unremorseful. It's impossible to care about these people.

And there are many unbelievable plot developments. For example, Mike Evans, an environmentalist, conveniently inherits his billionaire father's money at just the right time in the plot. I won't say much more about this as it's a spoiler.

This might have been acceptable in the early years of science fiction, but now it just seems like a bad novel.

As for the science...I'm not a physicist, so I can't really discuss the physics. Evidently, the three body problem has been unsolved by physicists dating back to Newton. So this part has some scientific basis.

Also, the stuff about micro circuitry was interesting.

But I have worked with computers for many years. The "human formation computer" (a computer powered by trained soldiers with colored flags) seems a bit silly to me, although nothing is impossible. I doubt if millions of humans could achieve the required precision. Interestingly, a minor character in the book who is an executive in a software company says the same thing.

Also, the author seems preoccupied with social status. And science is held up as an object of worship.

Science and technology are important, but I don't think they should be a religion (which in some quarters they seem to have become).

Anyway, here's a brief summary.

As a young girl, Ye Wenjie, an astrophysicist, witnesses the killing of her father by Cultural Revolution fanatics.

She becomes an astrophysicist herself and is recruited for a secret Chinese science/military project, Red Coast. It's years before she learns the true purpose of the project.

Meanwhile, many intellectuals are playing a video game (which requires a haptic suit), called "The Three Body Problem". The main gamer character, Wang Miao, is a professor of physics specializing in nanotech.

It turns out the game and the Red Coast project are connected.

They both relate to extraterrestrial life.

(view spoiler)

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badly written and ill conceived science fiction with a few interesting ideas


i'm not sure i read the same book as everyone else. this got lots of four and five star reviews here on goodreads.

plus, it's been nominated for both hugo and nebula awards.

as often happens, i'm not with the majority opinion here. i give it two stars.

i'm not sure if the problem was the translation, or the original text, or both. (unfortunately i only have the audio for this, so i can't quote the text here).

but i found the writing wooden, the characters two-dimensional cartoonish stick figures, and the audio narration poor. although most of the characters are academics or intellectuals, the most believable and interesting character turns out to be a coarse and apparently ignorant policeman, she qiang (nicknamed "da shi").

most of the characters are cold and unsympathetic. a few of them commit murders for which they seem entirely unremorseful. it's impossible to care about these people.

and there are many unbelievable plot developments. for example, mike evans, an environmentalist, conveniently inherits his billionaire father's money at just the right time in the plot. i won't say much more about this as it's a spoiler.

this might have been acceptable in the early years of science fiction, but now it just seems like a bad novel.

as for the science...i'm not a physicist, so i can't really discuss the physics. evidently, the three body problem has been unsolved by physicists dating back to newton. so this part has some scientific basis.

also, the stuff about micro circuitry was interesting.

but i have worked with computers for many years. the "human formation computer" (a computer powered by trained soldiers with colored flags) seems a bit silly to me, although nothing is impossible. i doubt if millions of humans could achieve the required precision. interestingly, a minor character in the book who is an executive in a software company says the same thing.

also, the author seems preoccupied with social status. and science is held up as an object of worship.

science and technology are important, but i don't think they should be a religion (which in some quarters they seem to have become).

anyway, here's a brief summary.

as a young girl, ye wenjie, an astrophysicist, witnesses the killing of her father by cultural revolution fanatics.

she becomes an astrophysicist herself and is recruited for a secret chinese science/military project, red coast. it's years before she learns the true purpose of the project.

meanwhile, many intellectuals are playing a video game (which requires a haptic suit), called "the three body problem". the main gamer character, wang miao, is a professor of physics specializing in nanotech.

it turns out the game and the red coast project are connected.

they both relate to extraterrestrial life.

(view spoiler)

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badly written and ill conceived science fiction with a few interesting ideas


i'm not sure i read the same book as everyone else. this got lots of four and five star reviews here on goodreads.

plus, it's been nominated for both hugo and nebula awards.

as often happens, i'm not with the majority opinion here. i give it two stars.

i'm not sure if the problem was the translation, or the original text, or both. (unfortunately i only have the audio for this, so i can't quote the text here).

but i found the writing wooden, the characters two-dimensional cartoonish stick figures, and the audio narration poor. although most of the characters are academics or intellectuals, the most believable and interesting character turns out to be a coarse and apparently ignorant policeman, she qiang (nicknamed "da shi").

most of the characters are cold and unsympathetic. a few of them commit murders for which they seem entirely unremorseful. it's impossible to care about these people.

and there are many unbelievable plot developments. for example, mike evans, an environmentalist, conveniently inherits his billionaire father's money at just the right time in the plot. i won't say much more about this as it's a spoiler.

this might have been acceptable in the early years of science fiction, but now it just seems like a bad novel.

as for the science...i'm not a physicist, so i can't really discuss the physics. evidently, the three body problem has been unsolved by physicists dating back to newton. so this part has some scientific basis.

also, the stuff about micro circuitry was interesting.

but i have worked with computers for many years. the "human formation computer" (a computer powered by trained soldiers with colored flags) seems a bit silly to me, although nothing is impossible. i doubt if millions of humans could achieve the required precision. interestingly, a minor character in the book who is an executive in a software company says the same thing.

also, the author seems preoccupied with social status. and science is held up as an object of worship.

science and technology are important, but i don't think they should be a religion (which in some quarters they seem to have become).

anyway, here's a brief summary.

as a young girl, ye wenjie, an astrophysicist, witnesses the killing of her father by cultural revolution fanatics.

she becomes an astrophysicist herself and is recruited for a secret chinese science/military project, red coast. it's years before she learns the true purpose of the project.

meanwhile, many intellectuals are playing a video game (which requires a haptic suit), called "the three body problem". the main gamer character, wang miao, is a professor of physics specializing in nanotech.

it turns out the game and the red coast project are connected.

they both relate to extraterrestrial life.

(view spoiler)

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