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The world in Lisa, A Chess Novel that is evoked is gritty and often cruel, but the love of this ancient game is the salve for the wounded lives of both Lisa and Igor/5(55). item 1 Lisa: A Chess Novel, Brand New, Free shipping in the US - Lisa: A Chess Novel, Brand New, Free shipping in the US. $ Free shipping. SPONSORED. For a book focusing for young people playing chess the book was very worthless. The language in the whole book was filthy and improper for any person to read let alone a young person. Lisa: a chess novel. A glimpse into the (sometimes) gritty soul of chess. Review by Glenn Mitchell. GM Jesse Kraai took a break from tournament chess to write his first book, Lisa: A Chess Novel, an interesting coming of age story about a teenage girl diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome. Lisa is misunderstood and treated cruelly at times. Lisa, a chess novel. likes. “Two thumbs up. This is the most realistic chess novel ever.” - Chess Writer Dana Mackenzie. Get your copy here.
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