A satirical fable, a political allegory and an ecological warning from the author of The Three-Body Problem.
Cixin Liu is China's #1 SF writer and author of The Three-Body Problem - the first ever translated novel to win a Hugo Award. Prior to becoming a writer, Liu worked as an engineer in a power plant in Yangquan.
'So, so readable, Of Ants and Dinosaurs with the lightest
and brightest of touches, made my brain itch with its creativity
and klaxon alarm ... Deceptively simple and brilliantly clever, I
simply adored it' LoveReading4Kids.
'So begins a fluctuating symbiotic relationship that Liu develops through knowingly disarming narrative leaps' South China Morning Post.
'An allegorical tale of the civilisation that flourished on the Earth in the late cretaceous period ... Written in a fun and informal style ... Enjoyable for adults who are looking for a light-hearted and fast-paced read ... [Cixin Liu paints] a wonderful picture of this advanced civilisation that conquered the world in the unimaginable past ... We can all see where it's heading, after all, there are no dinosaurs here today driving round in building-sized cars. The ending will not come as a surprise, but it's surprisingly poignant to see the results of the ants and dinosaurs' continual disagreements come to a head' SF Crowsnest.
'The narrative picks up towards the end, propelling us into the atomic age and passages of visionary goofiness' The Times.