If you're going to purchase a book on logic games for the LSAT, this is the one to purchase. It's much easier to understand than Manhattan and has better strategies. You'll get a good foundation of the basics of logic games. However, I've found whenI took the actual LSAT, the games are much more advanced. So my best suggestion is to devour the information in this book as best as you can, then take a practice exam using actual LSAT exams (Preptests), then practice, practice, practice some more. Do not rely solely on this book to help you pass the logic games section. You will do yourself a disservice if you use this book as a stand alone, without continuous practice using actual LSAT exams. You can purchase 10 New Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests exams on Amazon. Try to take a minimum of 20 preptests before your actual exam date.