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Larry Davidson
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Quote:
On 2004-07-14 14:10, Bobcape wrote:
It helps to be able to converse with the normal folk about something other than the latest DL.


What, there's more to life than the latest DL?
carbone1853
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RI USA
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Seabrooke's Book
Around the World in a Baking Tin.

Terry Seabrooke

Great book to study how to put together comedy magic routines.

Chris
magicmancas
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Seventh Heaven by Lewis Jones
lchemist
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Michael Close's Closely Guarded Secrets.

Luis
bdekolta
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The Magic of Robert-Houdin and Magical Worlds of the Wizard of Ads. The second book isn't strictly magic but does get my thinking going.
Peo Olsson
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I have started to read Second To None, by Simon Lovell, as Im determened to learn the Second Deal.

Peo
Pictured to the left my hero and me during FISM 2006 in Stockholm.
tuffnavyrn
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Chan Canasta: A Remarkable Man by David Britland, small text that has a lot of secrets if you read between the lines.
Brian-
"That smart thing that somebody else said".
Larry Barnowsky
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Just started to read Theatre of the Mind. I don't generally do mentalism but I heard this was a good book and so far I have enjoyed it.
cpatchett
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"Closely Guarded Secrets" by Michael Close, "Strong Magic" by Darwin Ortiz (rereading), "Marked for Life" by Kirk Charles, and "The Tarbell Course" on CD-ROM (http://www.lybrary.com). One of these days I'll learn to read one book at a time.

Craig
Magician: Someone willing to spend $15 to learn how to make $1 disappear.
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