This is an excellent survey of the most important logical paradoxes, which have troubled philosophers and logicians for millennia. It provides very clear accounts of the Liar, the Sorites and others. A good resource for students or those interested in the logical issues of paradoxes. I would not recommend it, however, to those who like paradoxes for the amusement and sleepless nights they cause. If you are intersted in how to solve them logically, read this (I'm not saying you'll find out though!) If you just want a good, entertaining book on paradoxes try something by Raymond Smullyan.