Will Shortz Presents Wild for Sudoku: 200 Challenging Puzzles by Will ShortzWill Shortz Presents Wild for Sudoku: 200 Challenging Puzzles by Will Shortz

Will Shortz Presents Wild for Sudoku: 200 Challenging Puzzles

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Paperback | August 20, 2013

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Watch out! These Sudoku puzzles are going to make you sweat.

Includes:
-200 very hard puzzles
-Perfect portable size
-Edited by Will Shortz

About The Author

Will Shortz has been crossword editor of The New York Times since 1993. He is also the puzzlemaster on NPR's Weekend Edition Sunday and the founder and director of the annual American Crossword Puzzle Tournament.

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Title:Will Shortz Presents Wild for Sudoku: 200 Challenging PuzzlesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:320 pages, 7.09 × 5.02 × 0.84 inPublished:August 20, 2013Publisher:St. Martin's PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1250032601

ISBN - 13:9781250032607

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"A puzzling global phenomenon" -The Economist"The biggest craze to hit The Times since the first crossword puzzle was published in 1935." -The Times of London"England's most addictive newspaper puzzle." -New York magazine"The latest craze in games" -BBC News"Sudoku is dangerous stuff. Forget work and family-think papers hurled across the room and industrial-sized blobs of correction fluid. I love it!" -The Times of London"Sudokus are to the first decade of the 21st century what Rubik's Cube was to the 1970s." -The Times of London"Britain has a new addiction. Hunched over newspapers on crowded subway trains, sneaking secret peeks in the office, a puzzle-crazy nation is trying to slot numbers into small checkerboard grids." -Associated Press"Forget crosswords." -The Christian Science Monitor