The hottest craze in puzzles!
From puzzlemaster and New York Times crossword editor Will Shortz comes sudoku, the new "wordless crossword" puzzle that's taking the world by storm! Once you start, you won't want to stop. These addictive puzzles are easy to explain---just fill the grid with numbers according to the few simple rules---but incredibly fun and engaging to complete. You don't need any mathematics knowledge: Just supply a pencil and an inquisitive mind.
This brand-new collection features original, easy-to-solve sudoku from Will Shortz, along with an introduction that explains these fascinating puzzles and how to solve them. Once you've mastered the easier sudoku, try the last ten puzzles designed to challenge those who want to give their brains more of a workout. If you're a crossword fan, a fan of logic puzzles, or just a puzzle lover in general, you will be engrossed and delighted with sudoku!
It is very obvious that the Will Shortz definition of Easy and my definition of Easy are quite different. Read morePublished on July 23, 2011 by Wayward Jim
This book has shown me how to do suduko--clear, easy to understand explanation, try it if you're having trouble getting started with this puzzle.Published on March 1, 2009 by plant lady
This book helped me figure out Sudoku, I'm a beginner. Looking forward to finishing more puzzles and getting to the next level. I'm addicted!Published on August 8, 2007 by M. Lee
This book offers more challenging puzzles than your average "easy" books. It was great for the addicted!Published on July 23, 2006 by Cheryl C. Williams
Not the best Sudoku book I own, but very addicting.Published on April 28, 2006 by Jackie Winters Kaden
This book has a good range of difficulty, one big puzzle per page, and readable solutions. Very short intro so don't buy this book to learn how to solve soduko.Published on April 17, 2006 by Amazon Customer
I bought this for our 9 year old son. He is having fun with it. My only criticism is the poor quality of the paper - it would have been nice if it could have been printed on... Read morePublished on March 16, 2006 by Sue C. Exley
Had buckled at trying sudoku in papers and magazines, because I am a creature who like the old regulars, like crossword puzzles. Read morePublished on March 7, 2006 by ellen