The Daily Telegraph Sudoku Diary 2008
Frances Lincoln Ltd
Frances Lincoln, 2007 (2007)
Reviewed by Hilary Williamson
his spiral-bound daily planner from
The Daily Telegraph
offers sudoku addicts two puzzles for every week of 2008. The diary begins with a brief history of the origins of the sudoku craze in Britain.
uzzles are at four levels of difficulty:
, and of course
. Weeks alternate between
choices. Each week takes two pages, with space for Monday to Sunday entries on one and two puzzles on the page beside it. At the back of the book is a one page summary of European holidays for the year, all the solutions to the puzzles, and a couple of blank pages for jotting down notes.
he Daily Telegraph Sudoku Diary 2008
makes a perfect gift for anyone who enjoys logic puzzles, and especially for the myriad of people who already spend leisure time with sudoku challenges.
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