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On January 11, 2021 at 1:25PM EST LBJ wrote:

Devilishly clever puzzle!

On January 3, 2021 at 4:55PM EST Duckies wrote:

I had to look up 7 letter palindromes, but I managed to get that far on my own at least

On December 15, 2020 at 5:56PM EST amazethisrabble wrote:

I thought for sure the solution would be to make the letters into a Sator Square and then find the common theme between those words to find the solution word. The format for this puzzle felt a bit random. I hesitated using clues because I didn't want that "oh, duh!" moment, but I'm glad I did. Not sure I would have figured this one out without them. (With that said, I am /loving/ this book, so I don't mean to sound overly critical.)

On January 8, 2020 at 8:09AM EST ReverendTed wrote:

The premise of the Sator square is a red herring. The letter frequencies in M’s make a symmetrical square impossible. That’s so unsatisfying! Methinks you have the basis for a much better puzzle, but this one felt like you phone it in, M.

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