60 riddles and conundrums inspired by the spirit of Ancient Egypt, illustrated beautifully with hieroglyphics and iconic images dating back to 3150 BC. Puzzles include 'The Labyrinth', 'The Temple of Anubis' and 'The Priest's Estate'.
Part history book, part puzzle book, The Curious History of the Riddle is fully illustrated with over 250 riddles interspersed throughout the text for solving, so get ready to put on your thinking cap!
From a daring escape from revolutionary Iran, to the glittering night clubs of Paris; from the Caspian Sea to Wimbledon, from the halls of Princeton University to an exiled princess's palatial New York apartment, the story takes us on a ...
What question would I ask?” “Are you serious?” Avery asked. “Are we doing riddles now?” But the sphinx did not answer. Tam approached the box. “Are you dead? That's the one question that can never be answered with a yes.
“How about you answer my riddle?” asked Warlock. “What!” The sphinx spread its wings and whipped up a storm of sand. Warlock gritted his teeth and closed his eyes until it passed, half-hoping that when he opened them again he would be ...
The Harry Potter series is more than just a story about a young wizard who saves the world from He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named. The seven-book saga is an excellent primer on spying, intelligence, and politics.
Lair of the Sphinx is a collection of 77 original riddles from the game designers at Cloud Kingdom Games. Here are a couple of sample riddles to try: Riddle #1: Always smiles or maybe frowns Sinks in water, never drowns.