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from the pages of Tony's diary...

Puzzles 1 to 4 (click to see large versions)

Solutions 1 to 4 (click small pics for explanations)

Answer 1 Answer 2 Answer 3 Answer 4

Now you've seen how to solve these five, can you solve more?


Author's note: the puzzles in the book are additions to the story to reinforce the philosophical theme of the novel, Information Relativity.

You don't form part of the story and you don't need to attempt them to follow it, but you if want to attempt them will need to read the story carefully...


So, what next?

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Tony Baijati left behind a diary of cryptic puzzles before throwing himself from the Queen's Tower.  A puzzle from his diary is presented before every chapter. The ramblings of a madman or a deeper message about the relative nature of our reality?

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Puzzle 28

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