Dante Infernal Puzzle Collection

Dante Infernal Puzzle Collection

Tim Dedopulos / Nov 12, 2019

Dante Infernal Puzzle Collection Inferno Purgatory and Paradise are not terms you would normally associate with a puzzle book But these are no ordinary puzzles as you will discover as you find yourself drawn deeper into the Inferno

  • Title: Dante Infernal Puzzle Collection
  • Author: Tim Dedopulos
  • ISBN: 9781435148802
  • Page: 184
  • Format: Paperback
  • Inferno, Purgatory and Paradise are not terms you would normally associate with a puzzle book But these are no ordinary puzzles, as you will discover as you find yourself drawn deeper into the Inferno With difficulty levels ranging from Damnation to Devil s spawn, can you puzzle your way through nine circles of hellishly difficult riddles, cryptic conundrums and exInferno, Purgatory and Paradise are not terms you would normally associate with a puzzle book But these are no ordinary puzzles, as you will discover as you find yourself drawn deeper into the Inferno With difficulty levels ranging from Damnation to Devil s spawn, can you puzzle your way through nine circles of hellishly difficult riddles, cryptic conundrums and exasperating enigmas Can you solve the toughest puzzles in the world of tortured souls

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    About "Tim Dedopulos"

      • Tim Dedopulos

        Tim Dedopulos, a British writer, editor, publisher and game designer with nearly 100 works to his name in areas ranging from horror and sff, through music and art, to games, puzzles and jokes.Tim lives in Spain with his wife and the ghost of his murdered bromeliad, grimly acclimatising to his new found and unwelcome mid 40s A shameless INFJ, he usually tries to avoid thinking in the third person.


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    1. Crazy enough, I bought this book because I had been craving this game I played , "Evidence: The Last Ritual". I liked the puzzles and the language. This book however is more like a Mensa pre-game. The explanations won't be enough for you if you're not used to those advanced intelligence exams. I like it though.


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