Perpetual Check by Rich Wallace

perpectual-check-readSummary: Brothers Zeke and Randy participate in an important chess tournament, playing against each other while also trying to deal with their father’s intensely competitive tendencies.

112 pages, Knopf

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2 Comments

  1. I agree that the only good part of this book was that it was set in Scranton. Otherwise it was incomplete and I didn’t know why I was reading it. There was little plot and there was not enough time to get to know the characters so the supposed development seemed both insignificant and incomplete. I think that it might have been better if it was part of a much larger book.

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