After releasing his controversial Memories of Emily séance a few years ago, Mark Piazza has always thought about re-writing it and 'toning it down' somewhat as it was too graphic for some.
While attempting to do so, Mark ended up creating a whole different Emily séance!
Simply titled, Emily v2 (version 2), it is another fictional séance about an abducted little girl.
Once again, Mark has put together a series of different effects tied together in a different way so that 90% of the script does not have to be memorized.
In addition to everyday items that are needed, one magic prop is required. Artwork that is a must for the climax of the séance is included.
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1st edition 2013, 32 pages.
word count: 3546 which is equivalent to 14 standard pages of text
Reviewed by Cagri Akyurt (confirmed purchase)
Rating: [3 of 5 Stars!] Date Added: Thursday 14 January, 2016
Emily v2 is a very sad story and Mark Piazza did a great job turning it into a show. Though it feels like storytelling, instead of a seancé. From the start to the end, we try to contact Emily, do some tests to see if we're on the right track and than suddenly, we reach to the end of the story, without the feeling of an actual contact.
Besides that, instead of explaining the effects thoroughly, Mr. Piazza decided to direct the reader to other sources (usually paid sources), which makes this piece a little bit hard to understand for beginners.
Still, a very good story and I recommend it.