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Author: The New York Times,Will Shortz
ISBN: 0312386257
Subcategory: Puzzles & Games
Publisher St. Martin's Griffin; First edition (November 11, 2008)
Language English
Category: Humor
Rating: 4.8
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eBook The New York Times Sunday Crossword Puzzles Volume 34: 50 Sunday Puzzles from the Pages of The New York Times download

by The New York Times,Will Shortz


several answers will be either be longer words or phrases that have some interesting word-play or maybe a devious connection between them.

The New York Times looks for intelligent, literate, entertaining and . Down clues need not begin on a new page.

The New York Times looks for intelligent, literate, entertaining and well-crafted crosswords that appeal to the broad range of Times solvers. Construction Guidelines. Themes should be fresh, interesting, narrowly defined and consistently applied throughout the puzzle.

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The puzzle becomes increasingly difficult throughout the week, with the easiest puzzle on Monday and the most difficult puzzle on Saturday

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So prepare to dig in to the biggest, most puzzling crosswords that have ever appeared in The New York Times.

The biggest and best puzzles from the name in crosswords! The Sunday New York Times crosswords are the most popular of the week. So prepare to dig in to the biggest, most puzzling crosswords that have ever appeared in The New York Times. 50 of the world-famous Sunday crosswords - Six Bonus Millennium puzzles with two sets of clues-the largest crosswords ever to appear in the paper. New York Times Sunday Crossword Puzzles.

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50 Puzzles from the Pages of The New York Times. Connect with the author. St. Martin's Griffin. MACMILLAN NEWSLETTER.

The first, and still the best!The New York Times Sunday crossword debuted in 1942, and ever since has remained the nation's favorite puzzle. With giant-size grids, inventive themes and clever construction, the Sunday Times crossword is more popular than ever before under legendary editor Will Shortz!

This thirty-fourth collection of the Sunday puzzles features:* Fifty New York Times Sunday crosswords edited by Will Shortz* Puzzles over 50% bigger than the weekday crosswords* Covered spiral binding for easy stay-flat solving.

AfinaS
This is my 5th or 6th NYT Crossword book, and they are all great! The puzzles are just the right amount of challenging, and it's always fun to figure out the main clue of each puzzle. The books are spiral bound, and lie flat for easy use.
Moralsa
Tiny tiny clues --- very disappointing purchase.
Chilele
I enjoy doing these puzzles and this is a nice light-weight collection to take with me when I might have to wait for someone or when I travel. They mostly have a fun theme. They are not that hard--about on the level of the usual Wednesday or Thursday NY Times crossword puzzle, but bigger than the everyday puzzles.
Tetaian
How could anyone not love a whole book of NYT Crosswords?!
Pumpit
Excellent, as with most NY Times Sunday Cryptograms. I just wonder why I was sent two offers to review for a single purchase. For this, and many other, reasons I think the programs of the Amazon computation system are in drastic need of overhaul.
Quemal
Nothing fancy here; just a collection of 50 puzzles from the Sunday edition of the New York Times Crossword section.

The NYT's Sunday Crosswords have become my crossword puzzle of choice, so getting some extra puzzles to do while awaiting the next regular Sunday installment, was greatly appreciated. The Sunday puzzles are my favorite because these puzzles have a theme, e.i. several answers will be either be longer words or phrases that have some interesting word-play or maybe a devious connection between them.

This volume (# 34) encompasses puzzles originally published between Aug 03 to July 04 and, I believe, they are presented chronologically.

This is an ideal book for anyone who has just recently started doing the NYT's Sunday Crosswords and wants to 'catch up' on older puzzles. It's also a great item to take on a trip or vacation; it's light weight and thin, making it easy to pack and carry with you.

Conclusion:
50 additional NYT's Sunday Crossword puzzles. Tough but fair puzzles that make you think. 5 Stars.

Ray Nicholson

P.S.
Because some of the clues in these puzzles are a challenge, I'd highly recommend Stanley Newman's 'Million Word Crossword Book Dictionary', if you need some assistance.
Āłł_Ÿøūrš
My Mother recently had lung surgery and I bought this for her to do while she was recovering! She's a crossword freak! This should keep her busy for a while.
Devoting some time to the NYT crosswords is as much a part of the daily exercise routine as is the treadmill and the stationary bike---I suppose all forms add to the healthy neural connections in the brain, but these puzzles are explicitly aimed in the cranial direction, and believe me at age 81, this is no small potatoes thing !