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Night of the Eerie Equations (2015)
Robert Black
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Another sequel to Night of the Paranormal Patterns about teenager Lennie Miller who solves middle-school mathematical problems for vampires, wizards, and other monsters. This time, she not only has to save the town from supernatural threats, but also has to protect her monster friends from a crew of TV ghost hunters.

I haven't read this young adult novel, which site contributor Vijay Fafat was kind enough to suggest I add to the database. I hope to get a chance to read this series someday and will post more information here if I do. Or, if you have read it, please write to let me know what you thought of it, and I'll post your review here!

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Works Similar to Night of the Eerie Equations
According to my `secret formula', the following works of mathematical fiction are similar to this one:
  1. Night of the Frightening Fractions by Robert Black
  2. Night of the Paranormal Patterns by Robert Black
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  4. Kayip Piramit - Sayilarin Izinde by Ahmet Baki Yerli
  5. Lost in Lexicon: An Adventure in Words and Numbers by Pendred Noyce
  6. The Math Olympian by Richard Hoshino
  7. Prime Suspects: The Anatomy of Integers and Permutations by Andrew Granville / Jennifer Granville / Robert J. Lewis (Illustrator)
  8. In Search of the Shortest Way [Das Geheimnis des kürzesten Weges] by Peter Gritzmann
  9. Lost in the Math Museum by Colin Adams
  10. Küplerin Savasi by Ahmet Baki Yerli
Ratings for Night of the Eerie Equations:
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Mathematical Content:
5/5 (1 votes)
Literary Quality:
2/5 (1 votes)

GenreFantasy, Didactic, Young Adult,
MotifFemale Mathematicians,
TopicAlgebra/Arithmetic/Number Theory, Real Mathematics,

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Exciting News: The 1,600th entry was recently added to this database of mathematical fiction! Also, for those of you interested in non-fictional math books let me (shamelessly) plug the recent release of the second edition of my soliton theory textbook.

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