Well, in case you didn't know, I'm a math guy, and despite the title of this book, it is indeed about math, and not about bus schedules. Which means I had to buy it. Which means that I HAD TO WRITE A BOOK REVIEW ABOUT IT.
When we see math's deepest meanings and all the complicated stuff about derivatives and integrals and calculus and topology and blah, blah, blah...
we normally don't think of any real life uses. But, math pops up pretty much everywhere, and sometimes in places we don't expect.
And, you might be surprised to learn that some things really do come from math.
For example, you might be surprised that the best day to buy a lottery ticket is Friday. What's the connection? Without wanting to be sued, I can't tell you, but I can guarantee that this book covers it, and many other life topics beside.
This book is guaranteed to change your view of life, and find that maths is relevant to almost everything that we do. So buy it.
I know that I might be biased to this book, but really, buy it. You won't regret it (and maybe you can use it to win money; more in the book)