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I am interested in finding out about the current status of the planned book: The Triangle Book by John H. Conway and Steve Sigur. I understand that Steve Sigur died some time back. I got no reply from Prof. Conway; is there someone who knows the fate of this project. Is it abandoned or is it still under preparation? Here is some information about the planned book.

Editing to bump this question in case there is any news.

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I'm still interested in this - any updates? –  Mark Bennet Jan 2 '12 at 12:06

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On a little googling , i find that the book is for sale


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Neither of those sites actually has any copies available, though. I'm not familiar with flipkart, but I know that amazon sometimes offers books which are not yet released, not yet written, or even wholly invented. –  Chris Eagle Jan 10 '11 at 2:50
When I follow the amazon link, one of the first things I see is "Sign up to be notified when this item becomes available." –  Matthew Conroy Jan 10 '11 at 3:22

ISBN 9781568811659 Published 31 December 2004 by Taylor & Francis Inc Author(s) By Conway, John H. By Sigur, Steve

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There's no sign of it on the Taylor and Francis website, taylorandfrancis.com/books and there's no review at Math Reviews. –  Gerry Myerson Apr 20 '11 at 1:23

Look at this link, they say they want to publish the book in 2014: http://www.crcpress.com/product/isbn/9781568811659

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As of august 2013, this book is still not available.

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I don't know if we need new answers posted periodically confirming that the book remains unavailable in August, in December, in April 2014, and so on... –  Rahul Aug 19 '13 at 19:03

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