Three-Body Problem’ by Cixin Liu

Three-Body-Problem’-by-Cixin-LiuThree-Body Problem’ by Cixin Liu 

The “Three-Body Problem” is the first of a trilogy named Remembrance of Earth’s Past. This novel is a science fiction masterpiece written by a Chinese science fiction writer Liu Cixin. The novel as illustrated by its name is about the orbital mechanics in three-body problem. The trilogy is known in Chinese people by The Three Body Problem. The Three Body Problem is a military project. Which sends the signal to the aliens to contact them to come to earth. In the meanwhile, there are projects planned to fight against Aliens if something bad comes out of this.

This book was written in 2006. And it was published as a novel in 2008 as a series in science fiction world. The novel became one of the most popular science fiction novel read by Chinese people ever. The novel received an award for the Chinese Science Fiction Galaxy Award in 2006 as a Chinese science fiction novel. And, also a film is programmed to be released as science fiction masterpiece in 2017.

In 2014, the English translation of this book was published by Tor books written by Ken Liu. This novel got “2015 Hugo Award” for the best book also it was nominated for Nebula Award best novel in the year 2014.

The Three Body Problem novel is the first chance for English readers to experience a masterpiece in science fiction novels. It was written by a Chinese famous science fiction writer Liu Cixin.

The novel is about the setback of China’s backdrop cultural revolution, in this, a secret military project supervisor sends signals to the aliens to establish a contact. The alien’s civilization is a destructive civilization. And it plans to destroy the Earth and invade it after receiving the signal. If the aliens plan to destroy the earth and to invade the earth, the program is ready to fight the aliens in order to fight back against the alien’s civilization.

To get the idea from the film the readers should watch The Three Body Problem to understand the problem in Orbital Mechanics.