Martin Weteschnik


Martin Weteschnik, international renowned chess author, presents with “Endgames” his first literary work. The author’s strive for a synthesis of Eastern and Western philosophy permeates throughout the novel, although autobiographic reflections on an eventful life are constantly shining through.
The author had spent some time in Japan and lived in San Francisco for five years.
His book on tactics “Understanding Chess Tactics” has become a standard work in chess literature.
The new edition “Chess Tactics from Scratch” is now available as a hardcover edition, too.

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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 72,800. Language: English. Published: June 3, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Literature » Literary, Fiction » Plays & Screenplays » American
San Francisco. Pat believes that he has overcome the tragic loss of his parents. Yet the past begins to cast shadows over him. Pat is confronted with a former rival who once more revives the feelings of guilt that threaten to ultimately engulf him. A novel about a journey of exploration to the interior of the mind that everyone sometime must make.

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buddhism    chess    drama    eastern philosophy    novel    san francisco    spirituality    suspense    tai chi    zen