Three Body
Bücher in Serie 3
ungekürzt
(4,4 basierend auf 372 Bewertungen)
  • 1
    The Three-Body Problem | Cixin Liu

    The Three-Body Problem

    • ungekürzt (14 Std. 37 Min.)
    • Von Cixin Liu
    • Gesprochen von Bruno Roubicek
    • Whispersync for Voice verfügbar
    Gesamt
    (92)
    Sprecher
    (86)
    Geschichte
    (86)

    Set against the backdrop of China's Cultural Revolution, a secret military project sends signals into space to establish contact with aliens....

    Nice SF with some new ideas

    The story has a good balance between historically and socially plausible fiction. The physics is a little too technical (from the status quo wrong) bu..Mehr anzeigen »

    Rezensiert am 06. Februar 2017 von Klaas ()
  • 2
    The Dark Forest: The Three-Body Problem, Book 2 | Cixin Liu

    The Dark Forest: The Three-Body Problem, Book 2

    • ungekürzt (23 Std. 11 Min.)
    • Von Cixin Liu
    • Gesprochen von Bruno Roubicek
    • Whispersync for Voice verfügbar
    Gesamt
    (22)
    Sprecher
    (18)
    Geschichte
    (18)

    The Trisolarian fleet has left their home world and will arrive in four centuries' time. But the Sophons and their extradimensional emissaries are already here....

    Epic

    Beautifully narrated! Lots of food for thought! Just difficult to keep track of all the Chinese names.

    Rezensiert am 07. Februar 2017 von Robert Klings ()
  • 3
    Death's End | Cixin Liu, Ken Liu - translator

    Death's End

    • ungekürzt (28 Std. 56 Min.)
    • Von Cixin Liu, Ken Liu - translator
    • Gesprochen von P. J. Ochlan
    • Whispersync for Voice verfügbar
    Gesamt
    (57)
    Sprecher
    (52)
    Geschichte
    (52)

    Half a century after the Doomsday Battle, the uneasy balance of Dark Forest Deterrence keeps the Trisolaran invaders at bay. Earth enjoys unprecedented prosperity....

    Exhausting and boring

    I really liked the first two books and the first half of this one is also fine. The second half, however is drawn-out and boring. It feels like the au..Mehr anzeigen »

    Rezensiert am 03. November 2016 von Bastian ()