The following code, of my own making, follows a well-known, standard procedure. However, it may be interesting to note that there is something unique about it. Try and break it---it will probably be easy, but the theory of what happens is pretty neat. Follow the instructions you find on the way. The answer will be a generic group of three words. (Disregard all that comes before this colon in your attempts to solve this puzzle.):
"12 32 18 8 14 68 69 27 52 43 5 17 3 40 75 7 79"
"Mind turned to puzzles, labyrinthine gambits, reacquisition, tempi, Chess. He moved unbeknownst, warriors hypervigilant, forming an epic, enigmatically, a story. His game was a code, an abstract, a cryptic pattern. A seer only could decode his attacks; they are solveproof. To see transliterated, to speak strange words might puzzle, but alas, straightish in truth was the way to find answers. As the puzzle seems all too much eschew; literati overthink. Do not, his last envoi, is what he said. He addresses those who search, that this, what you now hold, is the book for the code. Later (much later), he says, when one is delving for the third, begin with “The Unanimous”. Lastly, the wizard states, think not too deeply of this riddle---the words' meaning are unimportant, this passage is your key."
For help solving, try searching for the book cipher dcode.fr/en tool.