<h2>Read the award-winning, critically acclaimed, multi-million-copy-selling science-fiction phenomenon – soon to be a Netflix Original Series from the creators of <i>Game of Thrones</i>. </h2><p>1967: Ye Wenjie witnesses Red Guards beat her father to death during China's Cultural Revolution. This singular event will shape not only the rest of her life but also the future of mankind.</p><p>Four decades later, Beijing police ask nanotech engineer Wang Miao to infiltrate a secretive cabal of scientists after a spate of inexplicable suicides. Wang's investigation will lead him to a mysterious online game and immerse him in a virtual world ruled by the intractable and unpredictable interaction of its three suns.</p><p>This is the Three-Body Problem and it is the key to everything: the key to the scientists' deaths, the key to a conspiracy that spans light-years and the key to the extinction-level threat humanity now faces.</p><h2>Praise for <i>The Three-Body Problem</i>: </h2>'Your next favourite sci-fi novel' <i><b>Wired</b></i> <br />'Immense' <b>Barack Obama</b> <br />'Unique' <b>George R.R. Martin</b> <br />'SF in the grand style' <b><i>Guardian</i></b> <br />'Mind-altering and immersive' <b><i>Daily Mail</i></b> <br />'A milestone in Chinese science-fiction' <b><i>New York Times</i></b> <br />'China's answer to Arthur C. Clarke' <b><i>New Yorker</i></b> <br /><b>Winner of the Hugo and Galaxy Awards for Best Novel</b>
<p>After a spate of apparent suicides among elite scientists, nanotech engineer Wang Miao is asked to infiltrate a secretive cabal. During his investigation, Wang is inducted into a mysterious online game that is the key to humanity's place in the cosmos and the key to the extinction-level threat it now faces. </p>
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<p>Winner of the 2018 Arthur C. Clarke Award for Imagination in Service to Society. </p>
<p>Winner of Hugo Award for Best Novel and translated by multi-award winning SF author Ken Liu. </p>
<p>250,000 copies sold so far. </p>
<p>MARKET: Neal Stephenson; Arthur C. Clarke. </p>