Possibly the greatest sci-fi book I’ve ever read

Just finished book three of the Remembrance of Earth’s Past trilogy, by Chinese sci-fi author Cixin Liu. The first book was very good, the second (which had a different translator than the first) I didn’t like quite as much, but oh my god, the third book – Death’s End – was absolutely incredible. I cannot say enough amazing things about it, from the ideas to the scale of the story.

I’m still processing the third one, but there’s a good chance you’re going to end up seeing a couple ideas from it in Starmourn in one form or another, even if most of the book would make for a very bad game universe for reasons I’ll not elaborate on to avoid spoiling anything.

Here’s an Amazon link to The Three Body Problem, the first book in the trilogy. If you love sci-fi, go read them!


  1. FigureheadFred on June 28, 2017 at 8:20 pm

    I haven’t completed the trilogy but The Three Body Problem had some pretty mind-bending ideas in it. I’d be excited to see them appear in a game!

    • matt on June 28, 2017 at 8:36 pm

      Just wait for the ideas in the third book…..

  2. Tom on July 5, 2017 at 7:17 pm

    Between Saga of the Seven Suns (Book) and Eve Online (Game), there is a deep and abiding love for scifi that creeps out of me on occasion.

    Largely, I play Achaea – but Starmourn is becoming quite a temptation. If we can get as gritty and as brutal as Eve (which has some of THE BEST LORE EVAR but near-ZERO roleplay), you might have a fan.


    Winmatar for life.

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