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She is Not Invisible (2013)
Marcus Sedgwick

In this young adult thriller, a blind teenager and her younger brother search for their missing father, a successful author obsessed with coincidence and the number 354. Although the approach is more supernatural and numerological than mathematical, there is also some flavor of probability and discussion of such things as Benford's Law.

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Mathematical Content:
1.5/5 (2 votes)
Literary Quality:
3.5/5 (2 votes)

GenreAdventure/Espionage, Young Adult,

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