It is a booklet ideal for players who already have some knowledge of chess.The diagrams are clear and the dialogue is concise. Even if you do not like chess the pictures of the cats alone are worth the cost of the booklet. Don't expect a lot of analysis.The booklet is neatly laid out most of the links work(apart from the smothered mate). The numbering of the contents page seems to have gone awry. Nevertheless the booklet is a good introduction into strategy and tactics
My reflections are not concerned with the chess content but more to do with how practical it is to read and make use of this book on a Kindle. I have quite a few chess books but this is the first one that I have found that is actually ok to read on the Kindle. I was drawn to it when I read in a review that it was written with the Kindle market in mind but was not sure if this really would be the case. I liked it on the Kindle and found it was easy to use in this format. I was also drawn to it by the cat on the front cover - I love cats and a chess playing cat would be wonderful.