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Topic: Tom Stone on Multiplying Balls
Message: Posted by: TStone (Aug 25, 2007 04:36AM)
There's a new ebook out at: http://shop.tomstone.se

It deals with the Multiplying Balls, and it is titled "The Eye of the Last Dragon"
Message: Posted by: David Regal (Aug 25, 2007 10:49AM)
I like Tom's e-books very much. They are amazingly well-illustrated and contain more useful information than many DVDs that go for twice the cost. The "Last Dragon" book is filled with alternate ways of looking at the shell as a gimmick, and had me seeing the balls in a new light. The "Plots" book has some phenomenally clever and entertaining routines. Tom mixes self-working methods with sleight of hand methods - whatever it takes to get the job done, and that's the way I like it.
Message: Posted by: Magiguy (Aug 26, 2007 12:23PM)
I bought a copy this morning, as soon as I heard about it. I buy every book that Tom writes because everything he releases is pure gold. I've only read through the material once, but Eye of the Last Dragon is every bit as good as David says it is (above). If you haven't yet discovered Tom Stone you are truly missing out on some incredibly fresh thinking.
Message: Posted by: RichOrvec (Aug 27, 2007 01:25PM)
I haven't picked up this one yet (on my way), but just wanted to chime in and say that the first e-book I bought from Tom was Tracking Mr. Fogg, and I've been a follower of his since then. I hope his print book sees the light of day soon.

Message: Posted by: Okami (Aug 27, 2007 02:27PM)
Get it as long as you can. Tom Stones's stuff disappears as fast as it shows up.

I am also very curious about the release and contest of his book. Hope to see it soon.

Would be nice if You could give us some information about it Mr. Stone!

Message: Posted by: TStone (Aug 29, 2007 05:02AM)
On 2007-08-27 15:27, Okami wrote:
Would be nice if You could give us some information about it Mr. Stone!
Unfortunately, things got delayed after several negative things happened (my father passed away etc. ). But it was near completion, and I believe I'll soon be able to resume the work.
Message: Posted by: Okami (Aug 29, 2007 03:55PM)
Sorry to hear that.

My deepest condolences for you!

Keep on with the good work...

Best wishes
Message: Posted by: pduffie (Sep 3, 2007 09:00AM)
I have been away from home and only just got down to reading this book. I used to love billiard ball manips and this has rekindled my interest! A great read full of clever concepts!