This book is what I've wished for all math books to be.
Readers who teach advanced math concepts, or use advanced math concepts in their teaching, will be most appreciative of this book.
It is a great read and even if you just want to read an english translated light novel, I would still suggest this book.
The primary three teenage characters:
(1) Miruka. Girl. Hot (at math) and she knows it.
(2) Unnamed first-person narrator. Guy. Not as adept as Miruka. Read more
Too contrived. I never finished the book. I thought I would find more insight on how young women learn math but instead read a soap opera. Disappointing.Published 3 months ago by Blythe Mcgarvie
The story was extremely lame. I admit I was sucked in but the story was really boring and the narrator's voice was very,very annoying. I really wanted to like it.Published 14 months ago by Susan K. Gushue
Loved the story! I plan on going back to school for the first time in almost a decade and this book really helped me brush top on some lost skills.Published 17 months ago by Sweet Dee
(I am a kickstarter backer. I funded the project for the manga there, and got the light novel reward.) I have to say, I am very impressed by this novel. Read morePublished on July 9, 2012 by joncompwiz
This book is about math. However, it is not a standard math book but a novel about three high-school students, a boy and two girls, enjoying and learning math together. Read morePublished on June 6, 2012 by Pichierri Fabio
I was able to read the preview to this book when it was released a few months prior to the publishing of Math Girls. Read morePublished on March 11, 2012 by Matt