Author(s): Frank Longo
The two longest crosswords ever created - now together for the first time! Amazingly, in spite of their massive size, these puzzles follow the rules of standard American crosswords: full interlock, no repeated answers, symmetrical patterns of black squares, and no one - or two-letter words. Running through one of the puzzles is Hamlet's famous "To be or not to be" speech, while the other features an excerpt from JFK's inaugural address. With more than 46 feet of puzzle to work on, these will keep solvers busy for weeks, months, and even years.
The two longest crosswords ever created, now together for the first time. With more than 46 feet of puzzle to work on, these will keep even seasoned solvers busy. Running through the puzzles are famous speeches from history and literature.
Frank Longo is a freelance puzzle creator. He has had over 2,000 puzzles published since he began constructing crosswords in 1993. His work appears regularly in a wide range of publications, including the New York Times and Games World of Puzzles, and the Simon & Schuster Crossword Puzzle Book series. He creates a biweekly "Learning Puzzle" for teens that is published on the New York Times website. Longo is known for his eye-popping grids and lively puzzle fills, and has written many books for Sterling, with total sales of more than four million copies.