UNLIMITED CHALLENGE: An Autobiography of Garry Kasparov
By Garry Kasparov with Donald Trelford
The author, who, at age twenty-two, became the youngest world chess champion, looks back on his childhood and education, recounts his rivalry with Anatoly Karpov, and discusses the changes sweeping Russia. the story of remarkable saga of the half- Armenian, half Jewish "boy from Baku" who burst upon the chess world in his teens and defeated Anatoly Karpov in 1985, at age twenty-tow, to become the youngest world champion in the history of the game.
Grove Weidenfeld (1990)