Hey, math people! The University of Cambridge prepared a unique list of math books you should read in 2022.

This list of interesting math books you should read is mainly intended for sixth-formers planning to take a degree in mathematics. However, everyone who likes mathematics should look at some very suitable items for less experienced readers, and even the most hardened mathematician will probably find something new here.

**What are the most useful math books you should read?**

The range of mathematics books now available is enormous. This list contains a few suggestions that you should find helpful. They are divided into three groups: historical and general which aim to give a broad idea of the scope and development of the subject; recreational, from problem books which aim to keep your brain working, to technical books, which give you insight into a specific area of mathematics and include mathematical discussion; and textbooks which cover a topic in advanced mathematics of the kind that you will encounter in your first year at university.

- Mariana Cook
- 2009
- 4.04

- Sofya Kovalevskaya
- 1978
- 3.91

- Phillip J. Davis
- 1999
- 4.03

- Graham Farmelo
- 2009
- 3.94

- Stephen Siklos
- 2016
- 3

- Stephen Hawking
- 1998
- 4.2

- Martin Gardner
- 2001
- 4.31

- Alexander Bogomolny
- 2020
- 5

- Richard Feynman
- 2018
- 4.26

- Timothy Gowers
- 2002
- 3.87