"...gets you going with the basics and reveals the code for solving these puzzles along with some insider tips on the world of hidden doubles and triples..." (Nottingham Evening Post, 23 July 2005)
"...the handy paperback features easy-to-follow instructions to help you master Su Doku. As well as strategy tips there are 240 puzzles of varying degrees of difficulty." (Scotland's Weekly News, 6th August 2005)
"...invaluable hints on the strategy of the game as well as 240 puzzles of varying degrees of difficulty..." (Great Barr Observer, 5th August 2005)
"...perfect for addicts and newcomers alike...invaluable hints on game strategy..." (Helensburgh Advertiser, 22nd September 2005)
Stretch your mind with a range of puzzles, from easy to diabolically difficult!
Su Doku is the totally addictive number-placing puzzle that's sweeping the globe. All you need to tackle the tricky little grids are the numbers 1–9, a sense of logic, and this book.
Whether you're a Su Doku-solving fiend or simply curious about the craze, this guide helps you master the art. With 240 new puzzles ranging from the encouragingly easy to the baffling and bewildering, Su Doku For Dummies will get newcomers hooked and keep experts entertained.
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This book is ok for a book of puzzles, but I do not recommend it for beginners.
Checking out the Books available,I found a few already published,and without doubt there will be a flood of them in the near future.
Disappointed in solving strategies section which was very basic and not very helpful beyond the easy phase of solutions.
Su Doku for Dummies
Andrew Heron is an expert and puzzle compiler for national newspapers. Edmund James is an expert. Read more
Su Doku for Dummies has a lot of puzzles but is not really a "Dummies" book. In my opinion, a "Dummies" book carefully and completely teaches the procedure or concept. Read morePublished on August 20, 2010 by W. Easley
This initial Su Doku for DUMMIES book ranks as the first and the best book for Sudoku lovers. Hands down, no comparison. My husband and I cut our teeth on its instructions. Read morePublished on March 19, 2008
The explanations in the book are typical for "Dummies" books, where illustrations of methods accompany written instructions. Read morePublished on May 7, 2007 by S. A. Duerksen
I thought this book would provide more tactics on solving but it really has lots of practice puzzles at 3 levels -- from easy to difficult.Published on January 15, 2007 by Simes
I read the full introduction, being new to sudoku. Thought I would have the tools from reading to certainly do the easy puzzles in this book, but found them way too... Read morePublished on October 29, 2006 by Book Lover
I still have not solved the first easy puzzle. I plan to burn this book in my backyard with an elaborate ceremony. Read morePublished on June 24, 2006 by David Anthoney
There are often times to where a craze can be the most exciting, and addictive thing to happen to everyone. That is definitely the case with puzzle games as well. Read morePublished on May 13, 2006 by Michael Kerner
I saw this book and bought it to figure out what all of the fuss was about...... I figured that directions were not meant for me so I just jumped in and did a puzzle....... Read morePublished on February 20, 2006 by M. Welch