Book Review: Tricky Logic Puzzles for Adults by Steven Clontz

It’s only logical–boost your brainpower with 150 logic puzzles for adults.

It’s time to give your mental muscles a real workout! Stuffed full of clever and cunning challenges, this collection of logic puzzles for adults is perfect for puzzlers looking to prove (and improve) their skill.

Featuring a variety of puzzle types–including Sudoku, Masyu, Logic Grids, and Nonograms–these easy-to-understand (but tough-to-solve) puzzles will help keep your mind sharp as you remain engaged and entertained for days to come. Brainpower on!

This exciting book of logic puzzles for adults includes:

150 puzzles, 1 big collection–Find a plethora of logic puzzles for adults all packed into one portable package.

True brain-busters–Stretch your abilities with puzzles that are designed to be tough–even for master puzzlers!

Plenty of options–Banish boredom with several types of puzzles, including math-focused Calcudoku and innovative Cryptic Puzzles that require both code breaking and creative thinking.
Test your mental acumen with this collection of truly challenging logic puzzles for adults.

My Review

I chose to read this book after receiving a free copy from the publisher. All opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased.

I’ve always enjoyed puzzles and my favorite are logic puzzles, so of course I wanted this book! It contains sudoku, mazyu, nongram, calcudoko, logic grids, and cryptic puzzles.

Sudoku is okay but I’ve gotten kind of bored with them. I’ve never done Masyu, and I found these to be very difficult for my brain. They’re really a challenge for me. I haven’t done Nonograms either but I like them. They’re a bit challenging but fun. The Calcudoku and Cryptic Puzzle can also get challenging when I do the bigger ones, but I also like them. My absolute favorite has been Logic Grids since I started doing puzzles.

The puzzles in Tricky Logic Puzzles for Adults is one of the best puzzle books I’ve gotten in a long time. They’re both challenging and fun. I’ve worked on some of them, but I still have more to do. They’re a great way to spend a little time in between reading books!

About the Author

Dr. Steven Clontz is a mathematician, educator, researcher, and puzzler. His puzzles and games have been featured by the National Museum of Mathematics and the international puzzle events DASH and Puzzled Pint.

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