Synopses & Reviews
From Mensa® comes a series of super-challenging puzzles that go way beyond the average crosswordand also offer an authentic treasure-trove of wordplay demanding some skilled solving. Heres how they go: each clue has two parts. One is the normal definition of an answer, while the other features a little linguistic playfulnessmaybe an anagram, perhaps a pun, and sometimes even a word written backward. And the hitch is
theres usually no indication of which comes first, or punctuation to mark the division. Youve got to see through the clue-makers deceptions and tease out the correct answer by rethinking the clues wording. Some of the irresistible language trickery includes double definitions, hidden answers, homophones, and containers.
Can't stop, won't stop, never stop-solving! These captivating crosswords, constructed by two of the biggest names in the business, will leave puzzle fans begging for more. Featuring witty themes and clever clues based on puns, homophones, quips, anagrams, and more, Nonstop Crosswords provides hours of mind-twisting fun.
About the Author
Cox and Rathvon are bona fide puzzle royalty who write the acrostic that appears every other Sunday in the New York Times. They write regular crosswords for the Boston Globe and cryptics for a Canadian publication, as well.