Sudoku is a phenomenon all over the world. The addictive logic game, originated in the UK and popularized in Japan, has spread across the globe. The puzzles are now syndicated daily in newspapers in Australia, Germany, Scandinavia, Italy, and Spain, and the mania for Sudoku has just reached American shores.
The rules of the puzzle, as with all great puzzles, are deceptively simple and easy to understand. It's a puzzle of reasoning and logic--no math is involved--which is not to say that Sudoku won't stretch your brain a bit. Depending on one's skill and experience, a Sudoku puzzle can be solved in anywhere from ten minutes to a half hour. Compiler Michael Mepham provides not only the game's background, but also an easy tutorial that will turn the novice into a Sudoku expert within minutes.
The book of Sudoku is the one puzzle book you won't be able to put down--it's fun, challenging, and absolutely addictive!
Michael Mepham is a veteran puzzle complier perhaps best known as the man behind the Daily Telegraph Weekend Giant general crossword puzzle. He lives in London.
A bit steep for what is a basic puzzle book, but who doesn't love sudoku?Published 2 months ago by Delta
book expected to have in depth or detailed solving techniques.. it has basic to beginner methods.
4 more words required!! is this a joke?? hope this helps..
The type of Sudoku book everyone will want to get pages from or copy. I'm having great fun with it.Published on January 13, 2011 by M. Roy
Many good books on the subject and this is one of them! Fun and makes you think as you do harder ones.Published on April 1, 2008 by Stuart Floyd
Great book for this sudoku addict. The puzzles are very hard. Even the easy ones. Michael Mepham is my favorite sudoku author. I love this book! Not recommended for beginners. Read morePublished on November 7, 2007 by Natasha
Sudoku! Even the name is redolent of an island paradise far from the traditional workaday rat race! Read morePublished on September 24, 2006 by Kevin Killian
I got interested in Sudoku puzzles through the newspaper, and I felt I had the grasp of it and could solve them fairly quickly when I received this book as a gift. Read morePublished on May 6, 2006 by Amazon Customer
Sudoku really is addictive. My first real experience with sudoku (outside of US Weekly or some other magazine that was on the coffee table at my sister's house) was this book. Read morePublished on May 3, 2006 by J. Stoner