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I am reading the "Move by Move" books and was curious if anyone had read "The Art of Planning in Chess: Move by Move" by Neil McDonald? If so, can you write a simple review on it?

I currently have "Logical Chess: Move By Move: Every Move Explained" by Irving Chernev and "Understanding Chess Move by Move" by John Nunn. How does McDonald's book relate to Chernev's and Nunn's

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I haven't read it, so I can't review it. But since nobody else is replying, I'll just note that

in case you hadn't found those yourself.

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