Mensa Sudoku

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2005 - Games & Activities - 320 pages

Sudoku for the super-smart! Mensa members are known for their finely-honed logic skills--and that's just what it takes to become an expert at sudoku. So it's no surprise that this organization for the highly intelligent has put together a huge collection of these sizzling-hot puzzles--a whopping 534 games to sate the obsessed solver's craving. They start out relatively easy for the newcomer, and get harder (and more fun!) as you go along.


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User Review  - sunid -

Although this book states that the puzzles get progressively harder they dont. Good for the beginner but if you want a challenge get something else! Read full review

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This book sucks. A 5 year old could do it. I got this for my husband's 70th birthday because he had already done 4 volumes of Absolutely Nasty Sudoku and I couldn't find volume 5. He did the first 4 or 5 puzzles in about 30 minutes. So he went to the very last puzzle in the book to see if they were harder. Took him maybe 10 minutes. I also did one in about 20 minutes and trust me neither one of us are Mensa material. This book is a rip off!!! 

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