As the title implies, this collection of visual puzzles is designed to sharpen your ability to reason with small collections of or incomplete images. They are labeled as for left brain, right brain or whole brain, with the obvious point that the entire brain is to be utilized in many ways as you work your way through the book. There are puzzles where you are to identify the odd image in a small collection, express how a cube will appear when folded and how to complete a diagram according to rules of logic established by what already appears in the image.
These puzzles are generally those that you either get very quickly if the pattern is obvious to you or you may not get if your brain is not capable of quickly spotting what you are expected to see. They are all of the type where you can work on one in a short downtime, such as during a television commercial, halftime or when you are taking a bathroom break. I found all of them interesting, even when I immediately recognized the solution. Solutions are provided at the end of the book to allow you to determine if you are as intelligent as you think you are.