Enigma - Brian Clegg (Paperback)

Crack the Ultimate Cipher Challenge!

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Barcode
9781785784101
Department
Books
Released
13 Aug 2019
Supply Source
USA

Book

Author
Brian Clegg
Subtitle
Crack the Ultimate Cipher Challenge!
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Icon Books
Language
English
Number of Pages
240
Dimensions
198 x 129mm (198g)

Annotation

The ultimate trial of knowledge and cunning, Conundrum features 200 cryptic puzzles and ciphers. The solutions link throughout the book, so readers need to solve them all to get to the final round.

Summary

  • How good are you at code-breaking? Can you solve this fiendish cumulative puzzle?

  • The ultimate trial of knowledge and cunning, Conundrum features 200 cryptic puzzles and ciphers. The solutions link throughout the book - so you need to solve them all to get to the final round.

    With a focus on ciphers and codebreaking, Conundrum contains twenty sections, each built around a specific subject from music to literature, physics to politics. To take on Conundrum you need good general knowledge and the ability to think laterally. But if you need help, there are plenty of hints to point you in the right direction.

    Whether you attempt to crack it alone or work in a team, Conundrum will challenge you to the extreme.

    Can you take on Conundrum and win? There’s only one way to find out...

Non-Fiction

General Subject
Games & Puzzles
BISAC Subject 1
Games / Puzzles
BIC Classification 1
Puzzles & quizzes
Dewey Classification
793

Author Bio

Brian Clegg's most recent books are The
Reality Frame (Icon, 2017), What Colour is the Sun? (Icon, 2016) and
Ten Billion Tomorrows (St Martin's Press, 2016). His Dice World
and A Brief History of Infinity were both longlisted for the Royal
Society Prize for Science Books. He has also written Big Data and Gravitational Waves for Icon's
Hot Science series. Brian has written for numerous publications including The
Wall Street Journal, Nature, BBC Focus, Physics World, The Times and The
Observer. He is editor of popularscience.co.uk and blogs at
brianclegg.blogspot.com.