by Alex Bellos
Over 200 Japanese puzzles that will flex, stretch, and blow your mind. Can you beat the puzzle masters to become a puzzle ninja?
In his travels to Japan, author Alex Bellos set out to uncover the world's brightest puzzle inventors, puzzle masters, and origami experts so he could bring a new batch of logic puzzles for anyone hankering for something beyond Sudoku. In Puzzle Ninjahe presents more than 200 puzzles to solve—rated easy to excruciating—including 20 new types of original, hand-crafted puzzles, like Shakashaka and Marupeke. With clear instructions, helpful tips, and anecdotes about the puzzles and their creators, this is an entertaining read and an exciting collection of the newest, best, and most addictive Japanese logic puzzles.
About the Author:
Alex Bellos is an author and broadcaster who specializes in mathematics and Brazil. He is the creator of the popular math books The Grapes of Math and Here's Looking at Euclid which were both bestsellers. He lives in London.