New York Times Sunday Crosswords, Volume 25

New York Times Sunday Crosswords, Volume 25

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by Will Shortz
     
 

Containing one hundred puzzles from the best of yesterday's and today's crossword constructors, this elegant commemorative edition is a collector's item for every New York Times crossword puzzle fan.

To celebrate the twenty-fifth volume of Sunday crosswords from The New York Times, Times Books is proud to present this expanded anniversary edition.

Overview

Containing one hundred puzzles from the best of yesterday's and today's crossword constructors, this elegant commemorative edition is a collector's item for every New York Times crossword puzzle fan.

To celebrate the twenty-fifth volume of Sunday crosswords from The New York Times, Times Books is proud to present this expanded anniversary edition. The first fifty puzzles in this book are the best and brightest from the history of The Times — including their very first crossword — and have been personally selected by Will Shortz. The next fifty are modern-day masterpieces edited by Mr. Shortz. A must-have for loyal fans, this historic edition is primed to be a classic.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780812936483
Publisher:
Diversified Publishing
Publication date:
04/12/2005
Series:
New York Times Series
Edition description:
SPIRAL Large Print
Pages:
128
Sales rank:
58,586
Product dimensions:
9.39(w) x 10.92(h) x 0.32(d)

Meet the Author

Will Shortz, the current crossword puzzle editor for The New York Times, is a puzzle historian and the only person to ever receive a college degree in Enigmatology, the study of puzzles.

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New York Times Sunday Crosswords, Volume 25 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Mary117 More than 1 year ago
Great for the crossword puzzle addict.
jac62 More than 1 year ago
I was disappointed in the selection of puzzles for this volume. If you grew up in the 1930-1940 era you would find them more relevant. I don't mind the challenge, but questions concerning trivial people in the news of the day are sometimes confounding. When I have gotten the answer, I'll look them up on the internet to see their story, but finding out about them in darn near impossible. When do the rights become availabe for the puzzles from the past 50 years?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love the spiral binding, do NOT like the cover page, it sticks out making it difficult to hold when I'm at appts,etc
Anonymous More than 1 year ago