Vote below for your favourite book. The book with the highest number of votes will be crowned the 2019 Readers’ Choice. Voting closes at 5pm on Wednesday 26 February.
You can find reviews of all the books on the shortlist here.
What is your favourite book on the 2019 Book of the Year shortlist?
- A Compendium Of Mathematical Methods: A handbook for school teachers by Jo Morgan (48%, 37 Votes)
- Geometry Puzzles in Felt Tip: A compilation of puzzles from 2018 by Catriona Shearer (18%, 14 Votes)
- Humble Pi: A Comedy of Maths Errors by Matt Parker (16%, 12 Votes)
- So You Think You’ve Got Problems? by Alex Bellos (5%, 4 Votes)
- The Art of Logic by Eugenia Cheng (4%, 3 Votes)
- The Hidden Half by Michael Blastland (3%, 2 Votes)
- Maths on the Back of an Envelope by Rob Eastaway (3%, 2 Votes)
- The Maths of Life and Death by Kit Yates (3%, 2 Votes)
- Here Come the Numbers by Kyle D Evans and Hana Ayoob (1%, 1 Votes)
Total Voters: 77
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