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General Reading - Mazes & Puzzles

Books of maze puzzles are ten a penny, but the following titles go further and provide a mix of both entertainment and additional material on the theory and history of mazes for the inquisitive reader and serious enthusiast alike:

SuperMazes

Robert Abbott
Prima Publishing, Rocklin, California, 1997.

Mind-bending mazes (and their solutions) with a good overview of maze theory and history. Fun and educational.

Amazing Art

Christopher Berg
HarperCollins, New York, 2001.

An entertaining mix of puzzle mazes and historical asides, based on the wonders of the ancient world.

Mind-Bending Maze Puzzles

Lagoon Books, London, 1999.

With mazes contributed by Adrian Fisher, Robert Abbott, Randoll Coate, Ed Pegg, Steve Ryan and others, this colourful little book contains 70 maze puzzles, ranging from simple to downright fiendish, from some of the leading creators of mazes.

Secrets of the Maze

Adrian Fisher & Howard Loxton
Thames & Hudson, London, 1997.

With colourful illustration and a potted history of mazes, this ingenious large format book of mazes and labyrinths from around the world comes complete with puzzles and solutions.

Mazes and Labyrinths - a book of puzzles

Walter Shepherd
Dover, New York, reprinted 1961.

Fifty entertaining black-and-white amusements, demonstrating a wide variety of maze techniques with imaginative themes and artwork.