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IS there a mentalism book, what is as good as practical mental magic and the 13 steps...?

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I think you would find Psychological subtelties by Banachek awesome.
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Mind Myth and Magic by T. A. Waters is just wonderful!
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My mentalism books: Mental Sweets 1 - Mental Sweets 2
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Personally, I think the three Barrie Richardson books are terrific - especially "Theater of the Mind".
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I like Osterlinds work - insights from a practitioner and worker; but T A's Mind Myth and Magic is essential reading I think ..
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The Artful Mentalism of Bob Cassidy VOL. 2 Book. You can see the reviews here: http://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/viewt......orum=303 Smile
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There are many books out there but yes, Richard osterlind may be what you are after. Also, Bob Cassidy's fundamentals is a must for any serious performer and I always recommend Paramiracles by Ted Lesley as I feel this book is a hidden gem.
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Osterlind has the best writing style IMHO.. It's like he's sat round a table talking with you. Plus solid content from a worker who's seen it all.
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I love Stunners by Larry Becker loaded with workers in my opinion
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Another vote here for "Mind, Myth, and Magic" by T. A. Waters.
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Except that folks have said , you maybe like "The Jinx " by Theo Annemann
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I'm a big fan of T.A. Waters, too.
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In terms of bold practicality, Ted Lesley's "Paramiracles" is in my view up there with the best.
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I second the suggestion to review Bob Cassidy's 39 steps in addition to his own excellent works (particularly The Artful Mentalism of Bob Cassidy and its sequel).
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I second the Barrie Richardson theater of the mind. Airtight Prediction and the phone book test are my favourites.
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I have made it through PS1, and I am working on PS2. I picked up a lot of insight for my rountines from PS1. I can't wait to get to PS3!
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I also love Prism by Max Maven and the Jinx. TONS of material there.
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"Unreal" by Bruce Bernstein is a wonderfull book Smile
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