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What would you consider the Best Ebooks, PDF's or Downloads of 2009 ?
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I really enjoyed Triptych by Alexander Marsh. Some great mentalist thinking in those 'e-pages'. I believe that it was actually released at the end of 2008, so it is not strictly a 2009 ebook. However, it was an ebook from within the last year, so I hope that still counts.
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The availability of Magigram. Thank you Todd Karr!

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Tom Stone's "Prey of the Prestidigitator." In fact, check out any and all by Mr. Stone...
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Got to be the Nail writer anthology for me
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On 2009-11-15 20:33, Vlad_77 wrote:
The availability of Magigram. Thank you Todd Karr!

Vlad


Well, you should thank first and foremost Martin Breese, and then you can thank me a little bit for offering a download version. Nothing against Todd but he has nothing to do with Magigram.
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Hey, the year is not over yet... Smile
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Three of my best ebooks this year:

Rob Domenechs "Eureka Moment"
M. H. Goodmans "Harbingers"
Paul Brooks "One in the hand"
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Dompa,

Wow! Thanks! Means a lot to me. Really it does. Gives me the kind of motivation one needs to write another book. Smile

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Many thanks Dom. It means a lot to me too.
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How could I list all the greatest downloads of this year?

MagiCIAn. Scott Guinn's material. Osterlind's Mind Mysteries Guidebook #5. Tony Eye's Evil Eye. Bob Cassidy's several releases. Stuart Cumberland's Forbidden Wisdom. Orville Meyer's remarkable works suddenly becoming available in download form. The Jinx - maybe THIS is the greatest download of 2009 - in the best, and completely searchable PDF for only $15...for only $15, the BEST that has ever been published in mentalism and card magic. Didn't Mick Ayers release something this year? (I can't keep up with his swift releases.) Popular Card Tricks by Walter Gibson (the missing pages of the Jinx, and a great publication in its own right) being available in PDF for the first time. Sam the Bellhop available for download in a multimedia tutorial.

We live in a surplus of great material. Yes, there's a lot of drek, but never before has so much richly good material been available. Make use of it.

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Man, choosing is tough this year. E-books released this year that I found real value in include: The Nail Writer Anthology - Tom Baxter, The Extractor - Jeff Travilla, Electronics for Magicians - Jon Thompson, One in the Hand - Paul Brook, & The Eureka Moment - Rob Domenesch. I don't know if I could choose one from the lot as they all focused on very different things.
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I honestly don't know if my name should be included among those other great thinkers, CP. But thanks very much. I hope you're still having fun with it!
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It is a hard choice. And I am biased offering on average one new magic download every day - yes, at the Lybrary we have one new product every day. But in terms of quality, innovation, and uniquness I have to choose "Ask Roberto Giobbi" as my personal 'best' magic ebook this year.

http://www.lybrary.com/roberto-giobbi-p-11669.html

The fact that the ebook is growing with every new question asked is something completely new. And if you know Roberto you know that his answers are wonderfully educational, lessons that will last a lifetime. It is a unique format, an ebook that will continue to grow and provide value and new contents to its readers.
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Cpbartak,

Thank you!

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Thanks for the mention, Chet. Much appreciated.
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On 2009-11-15 20:33, Vlad_77 wrote:
The availability of Magigram. Thank you Todd Karr!

Vlad


Well, you should thank first and foremost Martin Breese, and then you can thank me a little bit for offering a download version. Nothing against Todd but he has nothing to do with Magigram.


Chris,
My bad of course, especially since I ordered Magigram from you! Chalk it up to one too many Guinnesses Smile

Best,
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Thanks for bringing my name up, Chet, but I haven't released anything this year.

However, I am currently writing Book Four in the Act-series. You know...in all that spare time I have. Smile

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Chris,
I had no idea that the Lybrary had such a prodigious output. Based on your recommendation I have to order "Ask Roberto Giobbi".
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On 2009-11-15 18:50, M. H. Goodman wrote:
I really enjoyed Triptych by Alexander Marsh. Some great mentalist thinking in those 'e-pages'. I believe that it was actually released at the end of 2008, so it is not strictly a 2009 ebook. However, it was an ebook from within the last year, so I hope that still counts.


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Somebody, vote for me, before I do it myself....Smile


vote for me and I'll then vote for you!

You first.

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Thanks for the mention, Chet. Much appreciated.


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Thanks for bringing my name up, Chet, but I haven't released anything this year.

However, I am currently writing Book Four in the Act-series. You know...in all that spare time I have. Smile

Mick Ayres


I guess I'm re-reading your previous stuff or something. Or I've amnesia'd out.

Spare time? Who said you were allowed spare time?

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Chris,
I had no idea that the Lybrary had such a prodigious output. Based on your recommendation I have to order "Ask Roberto Giobbi".


I guarantee you will not be disappointed by the "Ask Roberto" ebook. More than 100 pages (and growing) filled with the thoughts of an accomplished and universally recognized master.

And the output at the Lybrary is to a good part the result that more than 100 of the best living magic authors have chosen Lybrary.com as their preferred publisher or retailer. We also do publish a good number of our own ebooks and we do work together with other publishers to digitize their backlist. I am currently working my way through hundreds of Supreme publications. Stay tuned for many wonderful ebooks to be released in the coming months.
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I vote for John Cesta's Ultimate books - They are that good I don't even have to read them - but I know the man is a genius.
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An often overlooked creator IMHO is Rupert Bair. I LOVE his stuff. His work is the type of thing you would expect from someone named .... LEONARDO!

I am at Panera Bread and if Rupert was here with me I would be shining his shoes!!

Great stuff!!

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I can only back John Cesta's thoughts with the hundred percent dedication my loyal fans have come to expect. John shines shoes better than Maven/Brown/Canasta/Banchek/Osterlind/Nyman/Corinda put together. I would say he shines exceptionally in his field.
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Yes, I would admit I am very "polished" Thanks Rupert.

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On 2009-11-17 17:41, mormonyoyoman wrote:
How could I list all the greatest downloads of this year?

The Jinx - maybe THIS is the greatest download of 2009 - in the best, and completely searchable PDF for only $15...for only $15, the BEST that has ever been published in mentalism and card magic.


Yes, lybrary's version of 'The Jinx' is the best of the year (so far) for me, quite amazing value for money.

I also enjoyed John Bannon's 'Open & Notorious', and the continuing 'Switchcraft' saga always deserves a mention.
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