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Use Your Thumper

reviewed by Heather Johnson (confirmed purchase)
Rating: ★★★★★ (Date Added: Thursday 30 June, 2022)

Use Your ThumperThis is a good book and I'm sure at the time of its release it was pretty innovative and useful. I don't think this holds up to modern technology and with what is described in this book there are far more efficient methods to achieve the same effect. I would recommend this book for anyone starting out in sending and receiving secret information through the means of electronic devices.


The Magic Kettle

reviewed by Heather Johnson (confirmed purchase)
Rating: ★★★★★ (Date Added: Thursday 30 June, 2022)

The Magic KettleThis book goes over some really cool history and basic ideas on the "think a drink" and "any drink called for" plot. I don't think these exact methods and descriptions hold up so well in modern times BUT they certainly helped me inspire my current working version of "Think a drink" I perform regularly. This is a super easy quick read but might only be appealing to those who are specifically interested in the "Think a drink" and "Any Drink Called For" plots. Some of the information could inspire other plots but this book is definitely suggested for a specific study on these plots.


Visions of Tomorrow

reviewed by Heather Johnson (confirmed purchase)
Rating: ★★★★ (Date Added: Thursday 12 May, 2022)

Visions of TomorrowAs a performer with impaired vision sometimes a peek is a difficult thing for me to do the methods and ideas outline in this book are very easy and though the experience I have had performing this for audiences over the last year is VERY deceptive. The book was compiled well, this is an abridged version of the original from Robert A. Nelson but I feel this abridged version is nice and contains all the right information. Once again for the money... you're probably not getting a cleaner Q&A.


5 Ways to Stop Your Pulse

reviewed by Heather Johnson (confirmed purchase)
Rating: ★★★★★ (Date Added: Wednesday 11 May, 2022)

5 Ways to Stop Your PulseThis book was pretty well written. Much like a lot of the little gems I find here on Lybrary this book was a quick and easy read. Some of these methods, seem a little bold BUT surprisingly enough I used each of these methods in the real world with impressive results, especially considering how basic and impromptu they are.


Balls

reviewed by Heather Johnson (confirmed purchase)
Rating: ★★★★★ (Date Added: Tuesday 10 May, 2022)

BallsThis is just such a remarkably deceptive concept that after I read, very quickly I may add, I immediately put this into my act. For the money, I can't think of a better way to perform the master prediction. The book was easy to read, clear to understand, and overall of good quality.

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