
Context (2005) 
 John Meaney 

This is the second book in the Nulapeiron Sequence by John Meaney. The protagonist is still Tom Corcorigan, who in the first novel rose from slavery to royalty in part because of his "logosophical" (read... (more) 


Paradox (2000) 
 John Meaney 

Young Tom Corcorigan seems to represent the lowest "caste" in the extremely hierarchical human society of the year 3404. However, his mathematical abilities (he is able to figure out a way around Gödel's... (more) 


Resolution (2006) 
 John Meaney 

This is the third and apparently final novel in the Nulapeiron sequence. In the first two we see Tom use his skills at fighting and mathematics (called "logosophy" in the book) as well as knowledge gained... (more) 


To Hold Infinity (1998) 
 John Meaney 

Meaney's first novel, which only saw its US release in 2006, is not quite as mathematical as some of his later books, but the foundations are there. We encounter "muspace" (additional spatial dimensions... (more) 


The Whisper of Disks (2002) 
 John Meaney 

I found this to be a strange story. It switches between a few time periods in the future and in the past. The present is about a young girl, Augusta  “Gus”  who develops over time into a math and... (more) 
