Mensa Mind Busters

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Thunder Bay Press, 2002 - Games - 304 pages
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This gigantic new puzzle book from Mensa includes more than 500 puzzles, from cunning numerical conundrums and testing word games to logic teasers, enigmatic lateral thinking tests, and abstract visual problems. Because they don't follow any special pattern, you'll never know what fiendish challenge is lying in wait on the next page. Get some practice in puzzle thinking with the easy section, build mental muscles in the medium section, and gain a fighting chance for the really hard part. No special skills or abilities are needed, just a bit of common sense, some basic literacy, the ability to think things through, and the stubborn willpower and determination not to be defeated by a mere puzzle.

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Philip Carter is a pseudonym for an internationally renowned and award-winning author of suspense. Rights to "Altar of Bones", his first novel, have been sold in fifteen countries.

Ken Russell and Philip Carter have written over 100 books on all aspects of testing, puzzles and crosswords.

Bremner is a noted authority on iq tests.

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