There’s tonnes of reasons we love puzzles here at Perplexus
HQ; training our brains to think outside the box, to enjoy solving and working out, and relishing in the feeling of achievement that comes from it all. We’ve recently discovered a book all about solving a rather large puzzle, of sorts, as natives of an island in the South Pacific come across a copy of Hamlet, written by our beloved Will Shakespeare
, and attempt to translate it into a dialect that they are familiar with. “One Big Damn Puzzler” is exactly what it is for the islanders, and for William Hardt, the sort of anti-hero in the story, who arrives on the island with the hope of educating its people and bringing their lives up date, with the wonderful/horrific advances of the Western world.
We never like to spoil surprises, or keep you from reading great literary works for yourself- just look how you’re expanding your mind right this minute by absorbing our wise words in the Perplexus blog- so we recommend finding a copy of John Harding’s novel, right away. If you’re looking for something to entertain you in the mean time, why no give us a call and find out just how a Perplexus
can keep you occupied for hours on end, and can be easily carried onto public transport, just like your fave paperback. Just give us a call today- one of our team is on hand, waiting to hear from you!