1. Must be 350 pages or less.

2. Must be in english. If its a translation, name the translator and present an argument for why that particular translation is the best in comparison to one other translation. There's nothing worse than a great novel with a bad translation when there is a good translation available).

A private book club thread will be created every 2 weeks for the novel being discussed. In that thread, the novel for the following 2 weeks will be announced. After the two weeks are over, that thread will be made public and non-Book Club members will be able to comment.

If you are a club member and fail to provide insight on the work within the 2 week window of the next announced work, you probably aren't that into the club and will be removed. This is a respect thing for ppl who read the novel with expectation that others have also participated. Of course you can PM me and get added back to the club but you will be added as a new member.

Reply here if you want to join. I will PM you for your recommendation. I'll ask you about the book and how you want to initiate the discussion. You can join at any time but you will not be able to participate in the current recommendation thread. However, I will PM you the next recommendation and that thread will be accessible to you when it is created.

The club will begin with the announcement of the first and second recommendation, which will have its own thread with an announcement of the third recommendation 2 weeks later.

(if you have trouble getting ahold of a book, let the club know and we'll do our best to get you something I'm sure)

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the biggest things for me is in *angles. *why 360 degrees or 90 or 45? if I want to approximate the circumference of a circle, i want to work my way up; the circumference of a circle is the convergence of a parameter of a polygon as the sum of the length of sides as the number of sides approaches infinity. I see math shit be like hey bro, want to graduate in mathematics? well here's a little clever trick that ppl will assume is a math thing but its actually just an old trick to avoid really learning the nature of the "circle".

"That's how we got a **360** degree circle. Around 1500 BC, Egyptians divided the day into 24 hours, though the hours varied with the seasons originally. Greek astronomers made the hours equal. About 300 to 100 BC, the Babylonians subdivided the hour into base-60 fractions: 60 minutes in an hour and 60 seconds in a minute."

Like for real? you're teaching me some book keeping technique of an ancient civilization so i can convince ppl that i'm smarter than them? thats some corporate finance bull shit.

aside from my plight of trying to approximate the circumference of a circle without some arbitrary assumption, this is the math thread, lets talk about math. answer questions, ask question, whatever. just talk about mathematical shit. no stoner fractal shit bro