MATHEMATICAL FICTION:

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Alex Detail's Revolution (2009)
Darren Campo
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A teenage genius uses (among other things) knowledge of the Golden Ratio to defeat an alien invasion. Campo handles the description of the math a bit better than some other authors ([cough]...Dan Brown...[cough]) but in the end it is nothing other than a bit of unbelievable mumbo jumbo in an otherwise math-free Sci-Fi adventure.

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Categories:
GenreScience Fiction,
MotifProdigies, Aliens,
Topic
MediumNovels,

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