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Dr. JK
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Today I'm reviewing one of my *most read* books❗️ That's right, I believe this book is so important to your magic performances, I put it early on my 5-ft. shelf of magic. I've re-read it more times than just about any other magic book I own...

Of course, I'm talking about Ken Weber's Maximum Entertainment. If you've read it and put it into practice, you already know how much impact it can have on your act. I haven't read 2.0, but the first version was incredible, so I know the revised and expanded version is that much better‼️ 😃

Oh, and it's one of the few magic books you can get as an audio book! 📣

Let me hear from you about the impact this book has had on you and your act. Oh, and if you have version 2.0, let us know how great it is!!

https://youtu.be/G5Q5pHpFmKI
- Jeff Kowalk, The Psychic CPA
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echico
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Where is it available as an audiobook?
Dr. JK
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On Nov 1, 2020, echico wrote:
Where is it available as an audiobook?


I have a link directly to it for $20 in the description of the YouTube video, but it's available on Vanishing Inc.
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Rachmaninov
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I think you will read way faster than listening an audio book. And you can take notes !
Tony Montuori
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I'm currently reading the revised edition and it's really well written. Most of the content is pretty dry stuff but Mr. Weber has found a way to not only make the book an easy read but also an entertaining read. Not an easy task! I also like the fact that he rarely speaks in absolutes and uses real world examples.
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Hey, thanks guys!

A couple of thoughts. Yes, there is an audio version available through Vanishing Inc. It's read by Kent Axell, who did an excellent job.

Be aware, as pointed out above, that it is of the original version of the book. There no are plans to do an audio version of 2.0.

The "Revised & Expanded" 2.0 is about 80 pages longer, with lots of important new insights and tips.

And for those who are on the fence about whether to buy it, visit https://www.max-ent.info/ for more information and reviews.

The book is sold by most magic dealers.
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Should I get the new edition, when I already have the first edition?
Tim Hannig
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On Dec 18, 2020, livejeh wrote:
Should I get the new edition, when I already have the first edition?


I did... worth it for such a goldmine of information, plus it’s fun to read all of the updated case studies.
Author of PERFORM, the 2020 Magic Cafe Book of the Year

"I loved this book!" Ken Weber

"4 out of 4 stars!" Nick Lewin

"This will be a classic of magic!" Mark Pocan


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