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Puzzle Ninja

Puzzle Ninja

Last 3 in stock
ISBN
9781783351374
Published
05/07/2018
9781783351374
Format
Paperback
Price
£8.99
Paperback
288

About the Book

From the Guardian’s very own puzzle master, Puzzle Ninja is a new collection following the bestselling Can You Solve My Problems?

The puzzle masters of Japan create the world’s most satisfying puzzles. Each has a distinctive style but what unites them is their megawatt brains and the beauty of their hand-crafted puzzles, which will challenge and sharpen the mind. Alex Bellos has collected over 200 of their most ingenious puzzles, rated easy to excruciating, and introduces over twenty new types of addictive problems to solve.

Can you beat the puzzle masters to become a puzzle ninja?

From the Guardian’s very own puzzle master, Puzzle Ninja is a new collection following the bestselling Can You Solve My Problems?The puzzle masters of Japan create the world’s most satisfying puzzles. Each has a distinctive style but what unites them is their megawatt brains and the beauty of their hand-crafted puzzles, which will challenge and sharpen the mind. Alex Bellos has collected over 200 of their most ingenious puzzles, rated easy to excruciating, and introduces over twenty new types of addictive problems to solve.Can you beat the puzzle masters to become a puzzle ninja?
  • Alex Bellos

    Alex Bellos is brilliant on all things mathematical. His bestselling, award-winning books include Alex’s Adventures in NumberlandAlex Through the Looking-Glass and Can You Solve My Problems?, and have been translated into more than twenty languages. He is also the co-author of two mathematical colouring books and the children’s series Football School. His YouTube videos have been seen by more than twenty million people, and he writes a popular maths and puzzle blog for The Guardian. @alexbellos

“Love it.”
- Rachel Riley
“I’m loving Puzzle Ninja. Forget Sudoku. The Japanese puzzle scene is off the chain.”
- Tim Hartford