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Originally Posted by mfgoode
It’s a long uphill climb from the theory of numbers to culmination with the Riemann hypothesis. If it will be any help to you I present a list of books in my collection which I can personally vouch for
One must remember that Number Theory is one of the most difficult branches of Mathematics and even Gauss the founder of modern number theory called it the ‘Queen of maths’ and the ‘Higher Arithmetic’.And Euclid said 'There is no royal road to mathematics'

If anyone cares, I am going to do some hardcore research tonight into buying these books for the cheapest possible. Tonight it will be the Internet, hopefully tomorrow it will be Hastings.
Everything but the "calculus" book, unless it's cheap.