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Cranium-Training Logic Puzzles
Rios, Michael
Sterling / Softcover / 2016-10-01 / 1454917865
Testing Intelligence and Aptitude
price: $10.95 (may be subject to change)
96 pages
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Get your brain in shape with more than 300 logic puzzles! Mike Rios has devised a fun collection with 12 different types of cranium trainers, starting with easier ones and getting harder as you build your skills. Some—like nurikabe, dominoes, corral, and yajilin—are familiar to fans of the genre, while others are brand new. So sharpen your pencil, and your mind, and see how well you do.

Michael Rios is the author of the top-selling first series of "Belt" sudoku books, as well as the coauthor (with Dave Tuller) of Mensa Challenge Your Brain Math & Logic Puzzles and Mensa Exercise Your Mind Math & Logic Puzzles (both Sterling). He lives in Oswego, IL.


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