 A Classical Introduction to Modern Number Theory (Graduate Texts in Mathematics) list: $79.95  our price: $67.96 by SpringerVerlag Hardcover
(01 January, 1991)
(6 reviews) Customer Review: Covers many important areas: I have devoted a good portion of my life to the study of mathematics in general, especially algebra and number theory. 
 A Concise Introduction to the Theory of Numbers list: $21.99  our price: $21.99 by Cambridge University Press Paperback
(29 November, 1984)
(2 reviews) Customer Review: Fields Medalist: My copy of this book is worn out. It's hard to explain it's charm, perhaps it's the way it covers so much ground so quickly and fluidly (without leaving everything as an exercise for the reader). 
 A Mathematical Bridge: An Intuitive Journey in Higher Mathematics list: $46.00  our price: $38.00 by World Scientific Publishing Company Paperback
(01 August, 2003)
(2 reviews) Customer Review: An excellent and unusual book: This is a really unusual math book. The author attempts  and, in my opinion, by and large, succeeds in  the task of presenting pretty much most of the core elements of an undergrad math course in a descriptive and intuitive way  he starts from counting and ends up with quantum mechanics!! 
 A Mathematical History of the Golden Number list: $16.95  our price: $16.95 by Dover Publications Paperback
(01 February, 1998)

 Additive Number Theory: The Classical Bases (Graduate Texts in Mathematics, Vol 164 list: $59.95  our price: $59.95 by SpringerVerlag Hardcover
(01 June, 1996)
(1 reviews) Customer Review: Clear coverage of Waring's Problem and Goldbach Conjecture: This book gives clear and complete proofs of Waring's Problem (that every positive integer is the sum of a bounded number of nth powers) and of all current results in the Goldbach Conjecture (Brun's theorem that the sum of the reciprocals of the twin primes converges, 
 Advanced Number Theory list: $10.95  our price: $8.21 by Dover Publications Paperback
(01 August, 1980)
(6 reviews) Customer Review: All about quadratric number fields, but little else: From 1962, this is a detailed account of quadratic number fields, and makes a fair introduction to the theory of number fields of any degree. 
 Algebraic Number Theory and Fermat's Last Theorem list: $38.00  our price: $38.00 by AK Peters, Ltd. Hardcover
(01 December, 2001)
(2 reviews) Customer Review: thoughts from an amateur: good overview of algebraic number theory as it applies to FLT, however not exactly pitched at beginners. 
 Algebraic Number Theory list: $15.95  our price: $10.85 by Dover Publications Paperback
(08 July, 1998)
(3 reviews) Customer Review: Uncompromising and difficult: Make no mistae about it, this is a very difficult book. It is pitched at a highly advanced level and assumes a good deal of ring and field theory and makes no concessions by way of pausing to briefly summarise what is assumed at any point. 
 Algebraic Number Theory list: $89.95  our price: $89.95 by CRC Press Hardcover
(16 March, 1999)
(1 reviews) Customer Review: BUY THIS BOOK!: I learned a tremendous amount about Algebraic Number Theory from this excellent source. I have looked at other books that just skim the topics. 
 Algebraic Number Theory list: $74.95  our price: $74.95 by SpringerVerlag Paperback
(01 November, 1997)

 An Adventurer's Guide to Number Theory list: $10.95  our price: $8.21 by Dover Publications Paperback
(01 December, 1994)
(7 reviews) Customer Review: What a carefully written exploration!: I think this book is a masterpiece in mathematical exposition. All you need to know is how to add, 
 An Imaginary Tale list: $29.95  our price: $19.77 by Princeton University Press Hardcover
(24 August, 1998)
(29 reviews) Editorial Review: At the very beginning of his book on i, the square root of minus one, Paul Nahin warns his readers: "An Imaginary Tale has a very strong historical component to it, but that does not mean it is a mathematical lightweight. 
 An Introduction to the Theory of Numbers (Oxford Science Publications) list: $64.95  our price: $60.40 by Oxford University Press Paperback
(01 February, 1980)
(7 reviews) Customer Review: THE BOOK on number theoryBUY IT!!!!: It was always claimed that of all the mathematicians who ever lived, Hardy was one of the greatest writers. 
 An Introduction to the Theory of Numbers list: $98.95  our price: $98.95 by Wiley Hardcover
(January, 1991)
(4 reviews) Customer Review: good book: This book (5th edition) cover the topics of undergraduate number theory well. The chapters are  (1)divisibility (2)congruences (3)quadratic reciprocity and quadratic forms (4)some funtions of number theory (5)some diophantine equations (6)farey fractions and irrational numbers (7)simple continued fractions (8)prime estimates and multiplicative number theory (9)algebraic numbers (10)partition funtion (11)density of sequences of integers.I 
