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Profile of owen.daniel
I am interested in starting a stage show,and I would quite like to include some illusions.
I have no previous knowledge of this area of magic but I would like to start now.
Are there any good books on this sort of topic.
I do not want anything too large, but something which could make a good closer to a show but still be easily transported.
If there are no books on this sort of thing, are there any individual illusions for sale you could advise?
Thank you,
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I don't know much about theses books but...Andrew Mayne's Solo X, or Illusion book may help. Can't be too big or expensive, Andrew's stuff are usually very cheap and small.
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Profile of david_a_whitehead
His stuff is very good for stage too.
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Profile of truthteller
Avoid the Andrew Bolcom book. It is worthless.

Great Illusions of Magic by Wels is a fabulous overview of classic material. The Hodges books are inspirational. Osborne has very workable material. Steinmeyer's works are a must INCLUDING Jarrett. Rand Woodbury's material was very popular though I personally do not have his books. And the Fechner Tome is perhaps the most beautiful and well produced book on the subject ever. And the material is great.
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Profile of Kingry
Stevens is running a special on Osborne books. Buy a book, get a plan free. Not a bad deal.
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