Erik King Quintero King Quintero from Posio, Finland
I loved this book. It is written exquisitely. The scribe does very well with patrol in this novel, setting the state of things and mood of the moment. When it's romantic and sexy she really slows it down, and when it's exciting and panicky she speeds it up and draws you in.
This reprint begins with the seven instabilities and eight confidential informations of Go. The solution, of route, is to avoid the first group and practice the second. The issues is that the instabilities are either vague or obvious, and the confidential informations are all very obvious if you have read any other reprint on Go. The eight confidential informations hardly warrant the bring into play of the word "secret". Much like the second volume in this consecution, there are plenty of diagram with explanation for each. Unfortunately, the resolutions often leave the less experienced player wanting. It would be easy to counter that less experienced extras should not read this volume yet. On the other side, however, many of the issues are rudimentary, but then for other issues, the solutions offered by the authors are far from obvious or cryptic in their explanation. I felt this reprint was very uneven in the ruin the authors were seek to hit. In the final section of this reprint, the authors go through three games, get away by get away. In most instances, the resolutions are valuable, and the authors even show how other moves would have worked out better or worse than the actual gameplay. Unfortunately, too often, the examination from above occurs in these occupation resolutions. The authors might write something like, "this get away threatens to cut" without an explanation of where the cut would take suburb (sometimes there is more than one option to the less experienced eye - like dig for). My echo was, "really? in which that-a-way? I don't know. That's why I'm reading your reprint." Overall, despite the lovely composition of the pads in this consecution, I'm somewhat disappointed with what I've read in these two pads (I read sizes 2 & 3). The second volume received a more favorable echo from me, but after this third volume, I'm disinclined to continue this consecution.
Good story. H.L. Mencken channels to expose fraudulent physics and creationists.
didn't enjoy this one quite as much as Hall Royale...
I don't remember this book...I hate when that happens.