Pocket Posh Jane Austen: 100 Puzzles & Quizzes Paperback – 14 Apr 2011
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The Puzzle Society is the Web s premier source for challenging, professionally constructed puzzles and games. Updated daily and boasting a gaming archive of more than 8,000 puzzles, The Puzzle Society offers more than 70 nationally syndicated puzzles, including the "Washington Post "Crossword," Los Angeles Times "Crossword," "Universal Crossword," "Universal Jigsaw," " and Daily Jumble."
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Challenge your knowledge of "our" Jane in this compact pocket edition wrapped in a beautiful Renaissance rose pattern cover design, bound by elastic band closure with smooth rounded edges. Slip it in your purse, backpack or brief case Janeites with the assurance that you will expand your knowledge and appreciation of our favorite author while on the go.
The puzzles are geared for Austen enthusiast and might stymie a layman, but it will challenge you into discovering the answers.
Laurel Ann, Austenprose
She loves the little book and loves the puzzles. BUT, she mentioned that many of the puzzles are not related to Jane Austen. The quizzes are all Jane Austen, but the puzzles aren't.
She still enjoys it, but in truth it is not all about Jane Austen. Just be aware of what you are purchasing. The little book is well put together and is easily of a size that you can stick in a purse, a briefcase or an overnight bag. It will bring plenty of delight to puzzle people and Jane Austen fans alike.