This is the sequel to 200 Tricks You Can Do.
published 1927 by George Sully and Company; published 1939 as one volume together with "200 More Tricks You Can Do" as "400 Tricks You Can Do" by Blue Ribbon Books; 186 pages
Table of Contents
word count: 30418 which is equivalent to 121 standard pages of text
Reviewed by Chet Cox (confirmed purchase)
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!] Date Added: Monday 02 August, 2010
This is the review I wrote for the first volume (200 Tricks You Can Do); it applies just as much to this sequel. The one improvement for which I would hope, would for these two books to be translated to PDF so I could carry them in my Kindle-for-iPod.
(ahem! the aforementioned review)--
Don't dismiss this as "just for beginners," though it is very good for beginners. Don't be surprised if you find many effects which are being performed by the big stars, or which are being sold as "new" magic today! I gave up counting the number of these effects which I use in public speaking and home teaching. That's not even counting the card magic or cigarette tricks!
Be sure to pick up the companion volume!