Monthly Giveaways

At  Science Book a Day we giveaway free books to readers around the world. Enter the draw to win these books.

June-July 2017

This month we are giving away two books provided by Bloomsbury: http://www.bloomsbury.com

can-you-solve-my-problemsCan You Solve My Problems?: A Casebook of Ingenious, Perplexing and Totally Satisfying Puzzles by Alex Bellos

Synopsis: Are you smarter than a Singaporean ten-year-old? Can you beat Sherlock Holmes? If you think the answer is yes – I challenge you to solve my problems.

Here is the story of the puzzle, one of mankind’s oldest and greatest forms of entertainment and enlightenment, told through 125 of the world’s best brainteasers from the last two millennia. It takes us from ancient China to medieval Europe, Victorian England to modern-day Japan, with stories of espionage, mathematical breakthroughs and puzzling rivalries along the way.

You’ll pit your wits against logic puzzles and kinship riddles, pangrams and river-crossing conundrums. Some solutions rely on a touch of cunning, others call for creativity, others need mercilessly logical thought. Some can only be solved by 2% of the population. All are guaranteed to sharpen your mind.

Let’s get puzzling…

TO ENTER

Enter your name and email below to go into the draw for a copy of Can You Solve My Problems?: A Casebook of Ingenious, Perplexing and Totally Satisfying Puzzles. The winners will be contacted via email.

The competition for the book ends at midnight (as per Melbourne, Australia) of the 31st July 2017

If you would like your book (whether you are an author or publisher) to be in future giveaways, please click here.

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