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- Relativity, The Special and General Theory, 100th anniversary edition – by Albert Einstein – a review
- How to Fall Slower Than Gravity And Other Everyday (and Not So Everyday) Uses of Mathematics and Physical Reasoning – by Paul J. Nahin, a review
- Millions, Billions, Zillions – Defending Yourself in a World of Too Many Numbers – by Brian W. Kernighan, a review
- The Mathematics of Secrets – by Joshua Holden, a review
- How Behavior Spreads: The Science of Complex Contagions, by Damon Centola, a review
- Calculus for the ambitious, by Tom Korner, a review, by Henri Laurie
- Music by the Numbers, From Pythagoras to Schoenberg – By Eli Maor, a review
- What can be computed? A practical guide to the theory of computation – by John MacCormick, a review
- On Gravity, a brief tour of a weighty subject – By Tony Zee, a review
- Hypatia, The life and legend of an ancient philosopher – By Edward J Watts, a review
- Mathematical Foundations of Quantum Mechanics – By John Von Neumann, edited by Nicholas A Wheeler, a review
- An Introduction to Analysis – by Robert G Gunning, a review
- Reverse Mathematics – by John Stillwell, a review
- The Probability Lifesaver – by Steven J. Miller, a review
- The Princeton Companion to Applied Mathematics – a review
- The best writing on mathematics 2016, edited by Mircea Pitici – a review
- Philosophy of Mathematics, by Øystein Linnebo – A review, by Henri Laurie
- Ten Great Ideas about Chance – By Persi Diaconis & Brian Skyrms, a review
- Finding Fibonacci, by Keith Devlin – a review
- Unsolved!: The History and Mystery of the World’s Greatest Ciphers from Ancient Egypt to Online Secret Societies by Craig P. Bauer – A review
- The Strength in Numbers: The New Science of Team Science – By Barry Bozeman & Jan Youtie, a review
- The Mathematics of Various Entertaining Subjects, Volume 2- edited by Jennifer Beineke and Jason Rosenhouse, a review
- Faith, Fashion and Fantasy in the New Physics of the Universe, by Roger Penrose – a review
- The Seduction of Curves – by Allan McRobie, a review
- Group Theory in a Nutshell for Physicists, by Tony Zee – A review

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