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Too Boldly Gone By Merik Katuryan
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The exploration vessel 'Star Dancer' went too close to a black hole and found itself facing a long trip home. The ship's mathematicians were to prove keys to the vessel's survival in sometimes... More > hostile territory< Less
2 Squared + 1 Squared By Steve Fitzwater
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The Sacred Laws that govern the 7th Universe’s very existence are being manipulated. As a consequence, Earth faces imminent disaster threatening to wipe out the planet. Two boys and their dog... More > enter dimensionless worlds seeking to put right the Sacred Laws. Accompanied by two Matherics, their adventures involve visiting many Kingdoms where they face imaginative creatures, challenges and different characters. The story also exposes many of the human qualities and frailties including; selfishness, greed, friendship, hatred, kinship, loyalty, betrayal, trust and love. Teenagers and adults who like reading a story that works at many levels will enjoy this book. This is the author’s first book in the Two Squared series. WARNING: THIS VERSION CONTAINS SOME MATHS CHALLENGES FOR YOU TO SOLVE!! FOR THOSE OF YOU WISHING FOR A MORE LEISURELY READ WITHOUT THE MATHS TRY AN ALTERNATIVE VERSION - IT'S THE SAME STORY BUT NO MATHS ENTITLED; "MATHERIC CHRONICLES: DRUIDS'"< Less
Fractonia By Pearl R. Lewis
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All worlds this side of the Beyond Realm face challenges of galactic proportion, but only Fractonia is in a race against time. In an effort to find the key to survival, Fractonia opens its doors to a... More > select few outsiders. To his surprise, Matthew Roberts is invited. By most standards, Matthew is an average kid. What makes him different is his insatiable appetite for adventure. While Matthew grapples with fractions, adventure comes knocking, and Matthew finds himself translated into the Fractonian Realm - the perfect destination for exploration and discovery. From silent beasts to the talkative representative of the Royal Service Extraordinaire, there is no shortage of the bizarre and the wonderful. With so much to captivate Matthew's attention, it is easy to fall prey to the passing of the yonkinots. Will Matthew be distracted from discovering the real reason that he was invited to this world? The clock is ticking, and time is running out – for Matthew and for Fractonia. Includes illustrations by the author.< Less
Tether: The Poetraetius By PHETE McBAWLTALMS
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“Intellectual cyberpunk without the physical wiring.” “The PŒTRǼTIUS” is the second book of the TETHER trilogy—dealing with a fractal-attributed, yet fully... More > realized and resolved, narrative. Every thread is continued, with the added realization that much of the first book comprised additional meanings and nuance. The novel combines the fictional genres of fantasy, science-fiction, urban fantasy, romance, horror and mystery, with non-fictional expositions on Chaos, Metaphor, Cognition, and Narrative theories, as well as Biology, Metaphysics, Sociology, Psychology, Physiology, Theology, Theoretical Physics, Computer Science and Networking, and, Abstract Mathematics.< Less
The Crime of Nine: A Mystery in Numbers By A.G. Deiss
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When purple fruit are purloined from grannie's kitchen, who is to blame? Count on charming conflict in this madcap mathematic caper.
Flatland - A Romance of Many Dimensions By Edwin A. Abbott
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Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions is a satirical novella by the English schoolmaster Edwin Abbott Abbott, first published in 1884. It describes a two-dimensional world occupied by geometric... More > figures, whereof women are simple line-segments, while men are polygons with various numbers of sides. The narrator is a square, who guides the reader through some of the implications of life in two dimensions. On the eve of the 3rd Millennium, the Square dreams about a visit to Lineland, a one-dimensional world, where he tries to convince the realm's monarch of a second dimension. The square is then visited by a three-dimensional sphere, which visits Flatland at the turn of each millennium to introduce a new apostle to the idea of a third dimension in the hopes of eventually educating the population of Flatland. This 19th century work can arguably be categorised as mathematical fiction as much as it can be regarded as science fiction. In common with the best science fiction it opens the reader's mind to new horizons.< Less
A Minute Until Heaven By RICK CAMPOS
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The soul is discovered in humans and it revolutionizes existence. Science Fiction Fantasy.
Flatland By Edwin A. Abbott
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Edwin Abbott Abbott, a Victorian schoolteacher, wrote this now famous work primarily as a satire of the times in which he lived. However, it is far more than this for it presents a wonderful... More > introduction to the concept of different dimensions and it is this which has given it its enduring quality. Anyone interested in mathematics, science, science fiction, computer science or the concepts of time and space should not fail to read it.< Less
I Hate Math By Yvonne Sigman
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Missy, a typical fourth grade student, discovers the importance of math at school and in every day life.
I Hate Math By Yvonne Sigman
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Missy, a typical fourth grade student, discovers the importance of math at school and in every day life.