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    Just amazing

    Just finished the second book. I think everybody should read this. Would make living on earth so much more worthwhile for all of us tiny human.
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    Great book

    The trilogy so far is fantastic. I can't wait to read the last one.
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    Hope

    Can't wait to read part 3. Each book So far has been a cognitive and philosophical work out. Carrying forward characters across time maintains a sense of continuity and familiarity.
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    Episch. Filosofisch.

    Precies het soort speculatieve ‘hard SF’ waar ik van hou.
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    Intense gripping follow up to 3 Body

    Cixin Liu combines a mix of cutting edge scientific concepts with game theory style philosophical conflict to craft a unique piece of sci fi thus far unmatched in Western canon. I can’t recommend it enough if you’d like to see the universe from the eyes of an individual with a unique cultural background. Like its prequel, 3 Body Problem, it gave me a rich appreciation for how scientific endeavour is the light to illuminate the boundaries of our universe, and just how important it is at making the world a better place.
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