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kadz
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What will it be???

This does not include historical, factual books on the life of a magician...but books in the past such as Mnemonica, or Dear Mr Fantasy.

I hope we'll see a book by the following sometime soon..and they will surely sell

1. David Stone (especially after his new DVD, he is becoming more popular in the market)
2. Bill Malone (still waiting!)
3. John Bannon (Cardzilla please?)
4. David Williamson (more practical close up magic like the ones in Magic Farm, please!)
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Max Mavens book on the Gilbreath Principal. Been waiting for that one for years, It will be worth the wait!!!
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Better also if Max Maven release a book of his fenomenal equivoqe system. Also the other book's from Tamariz (sonata,etc.) and Simon Aronson in the future.
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Isn't Max's book "Verbal Control" focused on his equivoque system?

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I hope Simon Aronson will release more books on memorized deck magic
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On 2006-10-17 05:39, je4thomas wrote:
Isn't Max's book "Verbal Control" focused on his equivoque system?

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Yes

But it's rather short
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On 2006-10-17 10:04, bevbevvybev wrote:

Yes

But it's rather short


They say the same thing about you Bev.

(Sorry, couldn't resist)
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Hopefully another book by Aaron fisher will be coming out. Also Sal Piscenta should put his stuff in book form so people with no DVD players can see how awesome his stuff is.
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Bill Malone better stop shuffling and start printing the book he promised.
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Eric Mead's book!
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The second volumn of the Magic of Ascanio series.

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The "Magic of Ascanio Book, Volume 2" has been out for a few weeks. Hocus Pocus has it listed for $59.95 as a non-discounted item. I would assume most other dealers that carried the first volume have this one too.

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I am looking forward of Juan Tamariz Sonata.

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"A Tangled Web" by Eric Mead.
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Magicana. Nuf ced
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On 2006-10-21 02:25, Andrew Loh wrote:
I am looking forward of Juan Tamariz Sonata.

Andrew


Hi Andrew,

I just acquired a first edition Sonata on eBay and while I'm not as technically as advanced as you are, I'm finding Tamariz' teaching simply brilliant.My understanding is Stephen Minch's Hermatic Press won't be reprinting any of Tamariz' works until at least sometime in 2007 at best.

For myself, I'm just returning to magic after a 30 year absence and am passionate about close-up and specifically cards. After reading Ascanio's first book, I fell in love with the Spanish school of thought and am looking to stock my library with a mix of classics (Vernon, Marlo, etc) and contemporary artists with an emphasis on the Spanish.

As a matter of fact, I've recently agreed to write about my journey back into magic on Richard Jame's site, Connoisseur Conjuring ( http://www.cc-magic.co.uk ) under the section of 'Beginner's Section'.

From reading your posts on the Café, I understand you're an advanced cardman. If I may ask, who did you study for cards early in your career?

Good luck in your quest for Sonata.

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Eric Mead's book and Tom Stone's book, both from Hermetic Press!
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A book containing all the unpublished works of Derek Dingle.

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kadz
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Hopefully when there are more posts here, we'll get to see a good number of votes. That way, the magicians/writers involved will see that there is a demand for a book from them. Remember guys, commercial books only! I don't want to start a debate regarding what 'commercial' means, but I'm sure you guys get what I mean. Non commercial ones would be something like a history of Chung Ling Soo, or Houdini (just an example)

Eric Mead - 3 votes
Max Maven - 2 votes
Bill Malone - 2 votes
Simon Aronson - 2 votes
Juan Tamariz - 2 votes
David Williamson - 1 vote
David Stone - 1 vote
John Bannon - 1 vote
Aaron Fisher - 1 vote
Sal Piacente - 1 vote
Magicana - 1 vote
Tom Stone - 1 vote
Derek Dingle - 1 vote
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David Stone 100%
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