Hold Up the Sky

Hold Up the Sky by Liu Qixin

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From Cixin Liu, the New York Times bestselling author of The Three-Body Problem, To Hold Up the Sky is a breathtaking collection of imaginative science fiction.

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Liu Qixin

A book by Liu Qixin

Liu Qixin is a Chinese science fiction writer considered the face of Chinese science fiction, as well as China`s most prolific and popular science fiction writer. Eight-time recipient of the Galaxy Prize for Science Fiction Literature and the Nebula Prize. Before becoming a successful writer, he worked as an engineer at a power plant in Yangquan (Shanxi Province). Liu Qixin opened up new themes in Chinese science fiction. His writing focuses primarily on China`s role in the world of the future.  Bibliography Supernova era (1999) Country teacher (2001) Fireball (2004) Caring for God (2005): 1.

Wonderful Earth 2.

About ants and dinosaurs 3.

The longest fall Trilogy “In memory of the past of the Earth ": 2007 - The problem of three bodies 2008 - Dark forest 2010 - Death`s End" Titles, awards and prizes China Galaxy Prize for books on science fiction. World Chinese Science Fiction Association Nebula Award for Best Writer. On August 22, 2015, Liu Qixin received the Hugo Prize for the novel "The Problem of Three Bodies" in the category "Best Novel"

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Liu Qixin is a Chinese science fiction writer considered the face of Chinese science fiction, as well as China`s most prolific and popular science fiction writer. Eight-time recipient of the Galaxy Prize for Science Fiction Literature and the Nebula Prize. Before becoming a successful writer, he worked as an engineer at a power plant in Yangquan (Shanxi Province). Liu Qixin opened up new themes in Chinese science fiction. His writing focuses primarily on China`s role in the world of the future.  Bibliography Supernova era (1999) Country teacher (2001) Fireball (2004) Caring for God (2005): 1. Wonderful Earth 2. About ants and dinosaurs 3. The longest fall Trilogy “In memory of the past of the Earth ": 2007 - The problem of three bodies 2008 - Dark forest 2010 - Death`s End" Titles, awards and prizes China Galaxy Prize for books on science fiction. World Chinese Science Fiction Association Nebula Award for Best Writer. On August 22, 2015, Liu Qixin received the Hugo Prize for the novel "The Problem of Three Bodies" in the category "Best Novel"