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"Larry Jennings takes it easy", the second in the trilogy written by Richard Kaufman.
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On 2006-11-06 13:59, reese wrote:
"Larry Jennings takes it easy", the second in the trilogy written by Richard Kaufman.

According to Richard Kaufman that book will see release in the beginning of next year.
And it will be a BIG book too!

I second thar vote reese.
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Robert Giobbi's "Card College Light: Professional Card Magic Without Sleight-Of-Hand" due later this month from Hermetic Press.

And Ted Karmilovich's long awaited masterpiece. Smile

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Kingdom of the Red by the Café's Larry Barnowsky is supposed to be coming out this spring. Although Dr. Barnowsky is known for coin magic (21st Century Coin Mechanics), I've seen his close-up magic with cards, dice, rings and ropes and it is original, ouststanding and very entertaining. He is a prolific magic creator and I heard that some of the apparatus he's invented will be revealed for the first time in this book. I'm looking forward to this new hardcover which is supposed to be 300 pages with over 400 photos.

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Both for 2007:

I'll say that Stephen Minch's english translation of Magic Christians Hofzinser book will be an absolute must have.

I'll also say that Mike Caveney's re-release of Dai Vernon's "Revelations" complete with the multitude of recently discovered pictures of The Professor's own hands doing all the moves from EATCT will pretty much set the magic book world on fire.
If there's one book you'll want to pre-order it's this one. I imagine they'll go fast and most folks who get their hands on one won't be selling again for a few decades, if at all!
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I also can't wait for anything Bannon puts out. He is my hero.
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On 2006-10-22 09:10, atucci wrote:
On 2006-10-21 02:25, Andrew Loh wrote:
I am looking forward of Juan Tamariz Sonata.


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 ( ) 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.

Tony Tuccillo
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Hi Tony Tuccillo,

Thanks a lot of your feedback about the Sonata book. Truly appreciate it. Smile - Btw, anybody knows how much is the selling price of Juan's Sonata book??


P/s: I sent you a PM Tony.

Best Wishes,
Andrew Loh

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