Step On Board the Puzzle Train

The most popular TV game show ever, Puzzle Train, has Tom hooked. Obsessed. Every week, he watches as the adults fail to complete the unseen Conductor’s puzzles. Every week at school he debates the Conductor’s identity with best friend, Isabelle. And every week, his stepfather tells him to get out of the living room and play sports.

An opportunity presents itself as a children’s special is announced. Tom is desperate to get on-line and attempt the qualification puzzles, his stepfather is equally desperate to stop him. The mystery to Tom is why does his stepfather hate the Puzzle Train so much?

Tom knows he can defeat the Conductor’s puzzles – if he can overcome his initial shyness – he has studied every episode and he has his grans words of wisdom in his head.

He has to win.
Not just for the fame of becoming the first person in 500 episodes to defeat the Conductor – he doesn’t like attention.

Not just for the massive cash prize – although his mom really needs a new car.

But for the questions he has buzzing in his head and the desire he has to finally find out who the Conductor really is.

Six puzzles, ninety minutes. Have you got what it takes to beat the Puzzle Train?

Puzzle Train is recommended for young puzzlers age 9-12 and is the first in a three book series by Richard James Edwards.

Available in paperback or ebook on Amazon, Kobo, or Apple.

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About paws4puzzles

I'm a writer and puzzle maker. I am the author of a YA fantasy series, P.A.W.S. and my puzzles have been published in many magazines from Dell and Penny Press and on the walls of the Eltana cafe in Seattle. My most recent release is a book of logic problems, Paws4Logic which I wrote together with my son, Joey.
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4 Responses to Step On Board the Puzzle Train

  1. paws4puzzles says:

    Reblogged this on Paws4Thought and commented:

    On my puzzle blog today!


  2. Pingback: Step On Board the Puzzle Train | Dragons Rule OK. V.M.Sang (author)

  3. V.M.Sang says:

    Reblogged on Dragons Rule OK and commented This sounds like an excellent way to entertain the kids during the summer holidays.


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