Take a Break's Arrowwords Reviews
Newest Review: ... book contains a few competitions as well. Each month's issue of Arrowword follows a very similar pattern, with the first ... more
Customer Take a Break's Arrowwords Reviews (2)
by - written on 21/09/10 (Very useful, 112 readings)
I usually get magazines passed on to me to read, which I am quite happy about, but practically every month, I like to purchase this Take A Break Arrowwords puzzle book in the supermarket for £1.70, which I like to keep beside my bed, or in the car, to pass the time, or help me switch off at the end of a long day. Many people know Take A break for their real life based magazine and puzzle competitions, and this Arrowwords puzzle book contains a few competitions as well. Each month's issue of Arrowword follows a very similar pattern, with the first page being a small competition to win some cash, followed by pages upon pages of puzzles when you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/08/10 (Useful, 81 readings)
In my spare time when my son was having a nap through the day I liked to sit and relax and often found myself doing puzzles but I always preferred the arrow words so when I seen take a break had a magazine full of only arrow words I had to buy it! Now I buy it every time a new one comes out which is once monthly and its costs only £1.70. Arrow word puzzles are boxes with clues/hints inside them and each clue has an arrow pointing in a set direction where the answers are then written. Some arrow words have written clues and others can have picture clues and with over 60 different grids in each issue there is plenty to keep you busy in your spare time. There are ... Read the complete review
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