Sudoku is the world’s most popular logic puzzle. It’s fun, infuriating, and absolutely addictive!
The rules to the puzzle, as with all great puzzles, are deceptively simple and easy to understand. It’s a puzzle of reasoning and logic—no math involved—but that’s not to say that Sudoku won’t give your brain a workout. With four levels of puzzles, ranging from gentle through moderate and tough to diabolical, there are plenty of challenges for novices and experienced Sudoku-solvers alike.
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About Michael Mepham
Michael Mepham is a veteran puzzle compiler. His puzzles are featured in newspapers around the world, including Life magazine, the Los Angeles Times, the Chicago Tribune, the National Post, and The Daily Telegraph (U.K.). He compiled the runaway bestsellers The Penguin Book of Sudoku, The Beginner’s Book of Kakuro, and The… More about Michael Mepham
Published by Penguin Canada Dec 08, 2009| 256 Pages| 4-7/16 x 7-1/8| ISBN 9780143175797