Go is the most popular board game in the world, and yet, no one at Felix's high school has heard of it. When his classmate Lindsay proves herself a natural genius, word travels fast, and soon an old friend from Felix's past arrives to see for himself. But beneath his curiosity lies something far more sinister... Contains illustrations by Dawn Davis....
|Title||:||Snapback, Vol.1: Fuseki|
|Number of Pages||:||65 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Snapback, Vol.1: Fuseki Reviews
I have read and enjoyed all of Christian Dewolf's works, but this is my favourite so far. As always, his characters are quirky and the dialogue is hysterical. I don't know anything about playing Go, but this book makes you want to learn. You wouldn't expect a book about a board game to be full of kidnappings, private jets, elaborate set-ups and creative traps. Then again, from what I can gather about the game of Go, people familiar with it might not be surprised in the least. This is a quick and easy read which leaves you wanting more. I can't wait to see what sort of hijinks that Ellison character gets up to next.