I like this book. It is quite quirkily written and is interesting.Published 8 months ago by R B A Mungall
This is the second review of a trilogy, I'm reading in entirely the wrong order (book 3, then 1 here, and 2 to follow), so for me, this book is a predecessor to Professor Stewart's... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Brian Clegg
Just perfect, couldn't be better, it was the choice of a relative for a gift. Supplied in time without problems.Published 17 months ago by Annette C.
Interesting I suppose, but somehow pedestrian, it isn't light my candle at all.however some will surely like it -not me thoughPublished 24 months ago by Keith A. Mellard
Lots of interesting, mathematically-correct oddities,puzzles, facts etc. Some items have questions and explained answers, and some are unanswered 'famous' problems.Published on 8 Jun. 2013 by M. D. W. Wilson
Really enjoyed reading through these curiousities and problems. This is a book I will dip into again over the years. Read morePublished on 17 May 2013 by light
I concur with other comments on the Kindle version. I found I o be missing some diagrams and workings out and It could do with links to solutions.Published on 13 April 2013 by Mark Deacon
Having been afraid of maths since school and apart from having excellent mental arithmetic skills, had no interest in the topic. This book has changed this. Read morePublished on 24 Mar. 2013 by Mr. R. Callard