I’m happy to announce that the book is very nearly completed. In fact, you can pre-order a copy now, either directly from Cambridge University Press, or from Amazon (currently with a 10% discount). If all goes well, the book will become physically available at the end of May. Fairly soon thereafter I will also make a pdf “final draft” version freely available here at the website.

In the meantime, I will continue to serialize the final chapter (Chapter 11) as usual over the next month. In fact, I had to trim and glue together the planned Chapters 11 and 12. Also, as mentioned earlier, I dropped a chapter on Additive Combinatorics that would have gone between Chapters 8 and 9, although its “highlight”, Sanders’s Theorem, is here on the blog. Oh well, I had to wrap this project up at some point; at least you’ll have an idea of what will be in the 2nd Edition.

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