MATHEMATICAL FICTION:

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Magic or Madness (2005)
Justine Larbalestier
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Fibonacci sequences and prime numbers have magical significance in the trilogy of young adult fantasy novels by Australian author Justine Larbalestier. Magic or Madness was the first book in the series, followed by Magic Lessons and Magic's Child.

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According to my `secret formula', the following works of mathematical fiction are similar to this one:
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  4. The Midnighters (Series) by Scott Westerfield
  5. A Gebra Named Al by Wendy Isdell
  6. The Mouse and his Child by Russell Hoban
  7. The Number Devil (Der Zahlenteufel) by Hans Magnus Enzensberger
  8. The Heroic Adventures of Hercules Amsterdam by Melissa Glenn Haber
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  10. Nena's Math Force by Susan Jarema
Ratings for Magic or Madness:
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Mathematical Content:
2/5 (1 votes)
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Literary Quality:
3/5 (1 votes)
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Categories:
GenreFantasy, Children's Literature,
Motif
Topic
MediumNovels,

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