Death’s End is the last book in the Three-Body Problem Series by Liu Cixin. Overall, it was an incredible series, and it is a must-read for any science fiction fan. While I thought the first one was pretty good, I realized that was just an appetizer for books 2 and 3.
If I had to rank the series, I would rank it 1. The Dark Forest (the second book), 2. Death’s End (the third book), and 3. The Three Body Problem (the first book). Still, I would say that #1 and #2 are much closer than #2 and #3.
Once again, this book had some parts where it got overly technical and a little bit hard to understand. Yet, also once again, it was a joy to read, and it really makes you wonder how the universe really is (and what role Earth plays in it). While I am not sure if the exact situation that Liu Cixin wrote about in this book is possible, I definitely think there are a lot of points that could apply to our universe. Reading this book really demonstrated to me just how little we know about the rest of the universe (especially the part outside our Solar System). Also, reading this book really gives great perspective about the role humans play.
I cannot give away too many details, as I do not want to spoil the book. Still, I thought the way Liu Cixin blended the worlds of Trisolaris, Earth, and ones that had yet to be discovered was incredibly interesting. It makes me wish that I can live millions, if not billions of years, to see how human’s understanding of extraterrestrial civilizations develops throughout the future.
I believe after reading this book, it will change you think about the world in a significant way (even though it is a science-fiction book, and not a non-fiction book). Like other great authors, I think this is the mastery of Cixin Liu; he is able to impart incredible lessons and thought-provoking material in his books, while also making them so interesting that you have to finish them all the way until the end.
Overall, I cannot recommend this series enough; it is an incredible 3 books, and I would definitely continue reading if there were more books.
This is a blog for myself (and hopefully others) to keep track of all of the places, restaurants, books, movies, etc. that I do not want to forget. I am a college student who has lived in the US, Asia, and Europe for extended periods of time; I am very lucky to have had these experiences, and I want to share my recommendations with people interested in any of these locations.
NONE of these posts are advertisements. I do not have any discount codes or promotions for anything I write about; however, this should be considered a positive because it means that everything I write about reflects my true feelings. In order to keep this blog positive, my posts will only be recommendations for the things I enjoy the most in life. The topics will vary between whatever subjects I am interested in at a certain time, and I will have 1-2 new posts per day.
I wish I could have started this project earlier while some of my memories were fresher in my mind, but it is better late than never. I hope that other people will have the chance to visit or experience things that I write about, and I hope that people will have a similar taste in life to myself!