Dubbed “Mensa’s evil twin” by The New York Times, The Master Theorem originated in 2011 as an online “secret society of solvers” and quickly developed a cult following. Its larger-than-life figurehead was the cryptic polymath known only as M who posted mysterious puzzles, called Theorems, each week at midnight.
After an eight-year sabbatical, M dramatically re-emerged with a beautifully illustrated puzzle book titled The Master Theorem.
M's theorems, and the advanced puzzles you'll find in The Master Theorem: Elite, are not your average Sudoku or crossword puzzles. They’re each completely unique, beautifully illustrated, “escape room”-like puzzles that’ll have you decrypting messages and tackling creative brain-teasers.