• Shirt
  • Name
  • Age
  • Library
  • Author
  • Books
Librarian #1 #1
Librarian #2 #2
Librarian #3 #3
Librarian #4 #4
Librarian #5 #5
  • The librarian wearing the Black shirt is next to the librarian who has 400 books.
  • Keith is somewhere between Gregory and Todd, in that order.
  • Jon is at one of the ends.
  • The youngest man has 400 books.
  • At one of the ends is the librarian that has the biggest book collection.
  • The librarian who loves the Trinity College Library is next to the librarian who likes Hemingway.
  • The 40 years old man is somewhere between the man wearing the Red shirt and the 30 years old man, in that order.
  • The librarian that has fewer books is next to the librarian who loves the New York Public Library.
  • At the fourth position is the man who likes the American author.
  • Dale has 300 books.
  • The oldest librarian is exactly to the left of the librarian that loves the Trinity College Library.
  • The man wearing the Orange shirt is somewhere between the man who likes Orwell and the man who has 300 books, in that order.
  • At one of the ends is the man that has 300 books.
  • The librarian who loves the German library is exactly to the left of the librarian who likes Wilde.
  • The man that has 400 books is exactly to the right of the man that loves the Irish library.
  • Todd is somewhere to the right of the librarian wearing the Orange shirt.
  • The man who loves the Trinity College Library is somewhere between the 35 years old man and the man who likes Hemingway, in that order.
  • The man that likes the Irish author is somewhere to the right of the man wearing the Orange shirt.
  • At one of ends is the man wearing the White shirt.
  • The librarian wearing the Black shirt is somewhere to the left of the librarian who likes the Brazilian author.
  • The man that has 300 books is next to the man that loves the British Library.

How to play

  • Start by reading all the clues;
  • Find all the "basic" clues and mark them. The most basic clue is the one that states that something is in a determined house/position. Example:
    • The German lives in house three.
  • Sometimes you are going to need to deduce some information using two or more clues;
  • All the clues must be used;
  • The game ends when all the clues are correctly checked and everything is filled.

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