Dai Vernon's "The Travelers" plot has always been one of Scott's favorites. In this eBook, Scott has compiled several of his streamlined handlings for this plot. All of them are very easy to do, and one of them is almost self-working!
In addition, Scott has included "A Visit to Boise," a routine inspired by Larry Jennings' "The Visitor" that makes a great follow-up to "The Idaho Travelers" (the first routine in the book). This book ends with "Sun Valley Serenade," Scott's super-easy handling of Jack Carpenter's "Multiplex Reset."
5 routines, 50 pages, with 52 photos
"Idaho Travelers" is a GREAT routine that plays very strongly. - Paul Preston
Scott's "Idaho Travelers" is a masterpiece of construction, with every move motivated, and with the work done before the audience knows what the effect is, featuring 4 cards to 4 pockets with so little work. - Darrin Cook
I bought "Sun Valley Serenade" several years ago but lost it--my old computer is shot. I thought so highly of the routine, I bought it again! - Jerry Christensen
1st edition 2007; 50 pages.
word count: 8664 which is equivalent to 34 standard pages of text