- Author: Pete Sinden
- Format: Paperback
- Publisher: Michael O'Mara Books Ltd
- Published: 16 June 2005
- ISBN: 9781843171799
You do not need to be good at maths, or a genius at crosswords; you do not need ever to have played the game before. What you do need, though, is The Little Book of Sudoku , a genuinely pocket-sized book that contains more than 200 puzzles of five levels of difficulty and (for those who need a little help), their answers. Sudoku is completely addictive and has been sweeping the nation since the first puzzle appeared in a newspaper late in 2004. The 200+ puzzles in The Little Book of Sudoku will entice the novice, enthral the casual player, and tax the expert. Above all, the book will not only test a reader's skills, but help to develop them to a very high level, while ensuring many hours of captivating, if sometimes frustrating, fun.
Pete Sinden is an internationally accredited expert in modelling and simulating intelligent systems. His ingenious application of artificial intelligence, logical programming, and abstract game theories used to create The Little Book of Sudoku is almost as puzzling as the puzzles themselves...