I Can't Play Chess: A Strategy for Life
A brief, yet intricate, analysis detailing the principles of chess, and applying them to life. The reader is challenged to not only exceed the normal rhetoric of tradition, but to ask questions that inspire higher cerebral function.
This is usually what playing chess sounds like to the average non-player. Some overly complex thought pattern that can't be grasped with a PhD in physics. This book is meant to help people escape that trap, by simplifying ideas surrounding the game of chess, and life in general. So, get a nice cup of tea and enjoy the book.