My Sister Kaissa

Anatoly Karpov


This is the first memoirs of the prominent Soviet personality and World Chess Champion that decided to utilize the Glasnost and present his personal and professional memoirs in a new light which will surprise readers.

Published during the Championship against Kasparov in 1990, Karpov, who was known as a symbol of Soviet regime, presents for the first time a candid description of his childhood in the Ural mountains and the secret intricacies of the Soviet world of chess.

271 pages