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Harvey Nerzof
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HN Review 18: Sorcerer Series 1,2 and 3 – Kenton Knepper

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Kenton Knepper has done it again! Definitely not the "same old thing," the Sorcerer Series contains breakthrough work in magic and mentalism for everything from close-up to stage performances. New concepts, new routines, new presentations, new props and new methods which have, until now, been kept quite secret.


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Very, very disappointing stuff. Probably my expectations were too high, but the last thing I want from Kenton is some Lota Bowl, Breakaway Fan or Multum in Parvo advices or the best way to slice a rubber ball and produce a fake quartz crystal. I would suggest mentalists to purchase only the last volume, which has a few insights on the watch stopping effect, and an interesting microwave application. Vol.2 also has an original twist on the Berglas "Any Card at Any Number" problem, but it is for stage only.

Overall rating: average

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I agree with you. This is a highly anticipated release and yet when I received it, I was very disappointed. Not worth the $
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