## book review

Robin Wilson's new book focuses on that almost mystic entity known as Euler's equation.

Rudolf Taschner's new book presents a satisfying, accessible, and wide-reaching account of the people and ideas behind game theory.

Vicky Neale's new book is a fascinating look at the prime numbers and recent advances in prime number theory.

In his latest book Mario Livio investigates our unquenchable thirst for knowledge — including our obsession with social media.

This book leads you through the digits that you meet in every-day life, how they came to be, and what makes them nice.

Edward Scheinerman's book is a friendly exploration of some of the most beautiful and significant results in mathematics.

To what extent do algorithms dictate our lives and is that a good thing? Cathy O'Neil's book explores the use of mathematical models.

Siobbhan Roberts gives us a very personal, and mathematical, encounter with the great John Conway.

This very small book about a very large subject makes an entertaining, illuminating, and digestible read.