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Topic: Where to go after Art of Astonishment?
Message: Posted by: DJP (Jun 3, 2003 10:21AM)
Hey guys

Simple really, what books would you recommend to follow AoA? I love Paul's ideas and design of routines, what other authors follow his nature.

PS I have Sankey's videos and Acer Material and these are great and have similar ideas to Paul's routining and wacky-ness!

Thanks in advance

Dave
Message: Posted by: Euan (Jun 3, 2003 10:38AM)
Peter Kane :smoke:

--Euan
Message: Posted by: Moffmo (Jun 3, 2003 11:02AM)
Yavid do you have sankey pankey?

Its cool

Matt
Message: Posted by: Pavlo (Jun 3, 2003 11:13AM)
When I thought I got thru them I began from the first book once again. Seriously, I went into Bannon's stuff.
Message: Posted by: magic fett (Jun 3, 2003 12:07PM)
No kidding there are so many gems hidden in these books a re-read is definitely in order. In fact you may want to go through them a third time. Or fourth...well you get the idea.

Good question I too am curious on this. AOA has had such an influence on me what else can meet or even exceed those expectations. :worry:
Message: Posted by: Joshua Quinn (Jun 3, 2003 01:54PM)
[i]Simply Harkey[/i] is the only other book that's given me that warm, fuzzy AOA feeling.

Quinn
Message: Posted by: cardguy (Jun 3, 2003 06:34PM)
Hve you read the older classics? Vernon, Jennings, Marlo, Erdnase?
Message: Posted by: DJP (Jun 3, 2003 06:56PM)
Moffmo- I do not have Sankey Panky, what is it like?

Cardguy i haven't read the classics no, i don't have any idea on where to start either- Any suggestions guys- keep them coming.

Dave :)