One of the many books I read over the summer. This is definitely worth a read, an introduction to the prime number theorem and the Riemann hypothesis. Accessible to anyone who is interested in math and prime numbers.
This is a harder book on the Riemann hypothesis. It's way more technical. I found the du Sautoy book more entertaining.
This is a book on the origins of algebra by the same author as "Prime Obsession".
One of 7 Millennium problems, the Poincare conjecture, was solved by Perelman. This book describes the problem and its solution to laymen.
A powerful book by the President-Elect on his values, his view on politics, the world and his family. The chapter on his family was, by far, my favorite one.