My 2nd book, *Division Algebras, Lattices, Physics, Windmill Tilting*, was published in 2011.

Half of this volume is devoted to relationships of the division algebras to lattice theory; half of the material extends and illuminates the material in book 1 concerning the algebra**T**,
and the role it is maintained it plays in the "Algebraic Design of Physics";
and the remaining half ;) of this volume is lattice related numerology,
as well as some history, and opinion.

Half of this volume is devoted to relationships of the division algebras to lattice theory; half of the material extends and illuminates the material in book 1 concerning the algebra

Yet another book of travel reminisces and opinion.

An actual reader, other than myself:

"It was a good read, very entertaining, easy to read. Waiting for the next… Great work…"

A friend bought it, read it,

then gave it to another friend heading to Paris.

She wrote:

"A friend of Mr. Smith has written a book called "Paris : je dirais meme plus" that I just finished and it was most amusing. I could not help hearing the author speak in Mr. Smith's voice! Geoffrey Dixon stayed near my apartment and mentions rue Cler. As I told Mr. Smith I would, I am inscribing the book and leaving it here for someone to pick up."

"It was a good read, very entertaining, easy to read. Waiting for the next… Great work…"

A friend bought it, read it,

then gave it to another friend heading to Paris.

She wrote:

"A friend of Mr. Smith has written a book called "Paris : je dirais meme plus" that I just finished and it was most amusing. I could not help hearing the author speak in Mr. Smith's voice! Geoffrey Dixon stayed near my apartment and mentions rue Cler. As I told Mr. Smith I would, I am inscribing the book and leaving it here for someone to pick up."

Half of this volume is devoted to relationships of the division algebras to lattice theory; half of the material extends and illuminates the material in book 1 concerning the algebra

My second Sci Fi. Not done yet. Working on it.

A reader of Stretch Far Away insisted I carry on the story.