The Eternity Puzzle, Sudoku X and Supermind placed their creator Christopher Monckton at the forefront of the intelligent games Industry. He used his brilliant mind to aid Margaret Thatcher throughout her tenure as Prime Minister, and now his incredible powers of the mind solve business problems for organisations throughout the world. He is also a passioante environmentalist.
‘Mr. Knowledge’, as he’s known by family and friends, stunned game players with The Eternity puzzle, which broke sales records in its first month and became Puzzle of the Year in Australia. Eternity II followed suit, with equal success.
His puzzles have appeared in the Telegraph Sunday Magazine, the Evening Standard, and the Yorkshire Post, amongst many other international publications.
Formerly a magazine editor and consultant, (The Universe, the Telegraph Sunday Magazine, the Evening Standard and the Yorkshire Post), Christopher also co-authored The Laker Story.
For four years Christopher solved real-world problems when he worked for Prime Minster Margaret Thatcher, and he now uses his experiences to acts as a trouble-shooter and corporate thinker to leading businesses.
Christopher has also penned speeches (and even a song!) for many of the UK’s highest profile politicians, and he even wrote a legal brief that ultimately persuaded Scottish judges to stop the West Highland Sleeper train from being abolished - it is now the only train in the world required by law to run “till a’ the seas gang dry”.
His controversial but deeply impassioned and knowledge-based views on climate change have brought him to the forefront of the world environmental debate, although his views are maligned by some.
In 2007, Christopher ran a series of challenges in The New York Times and Washington Post to former U.S. Vice President Al Gore for discussions on climate change.
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