Carol Vorderman is Britain’s leading female television host. For twenty-three years she has been known as the “Numbers Queen” on the hit quiz show Countdown, where she performs mental arithmetic at lightning speed. She has also presented science and technology shows for many years, including BBC TV’s Tomorrow’s World, as well as top-rated entertainment programs such as Stars and Their Lives. Carol hosted the world’s first live Sudoku television show in July 2005. She holds a degree from Cambridge and she is hooked on Sudoku.
I did not learn anything new. I have been playing for about six months. It could help a beginner.Published 8 months ago by John
This was well worth the cost. Master Sudoku has 200 puzzles of varying difficulty for only about $5. She also gives some tips, which weren't that useful, at least for me.Published 10 months ago by J. Davis
I find the paper quality unsatisfactory for this type of book.
With puzzles on both sides of the page it does'nt lind itself to erasers. Read more
About two months ago I bought my first Sudoku book, and I found it addictive and also highly challenging. Read morePublished on October 15, 2010 by Inkhorn
I bought Master Sudoku based on glowing reviews but found it worthless in improving my sudoku skills. Read morePublished on September 30, 2010 by Godfrei Godfrey
Great Book. Very easy to read. I learned the most about Sudoku from this book. Highly recommend.Published on September 7, 2009 by John Kaiser
I had never done a sudoku puzzle so I bought this book and loved it. So much so that I'm now online to get my next Vorderman Sudoku book. Read morePublished on October 26, 2007 by B. Hunt
This is a great sudoku book for all levels, but especially good for those who wish to increase their sudoku proficiency and MASTER sudoku. Read more
I WAS HOPING THAT SHE WOULD HAVE GONE INTO THE SOLVING OF MORE DIFFICULT PUZZLES. HOWEVER, I THINK SHE DID A GOOD JOB IN SOLVING THE MEDIUM PUZZLE SOLUTIONS.Published on April 10, 2007 by William Hancock