Evening all, I was just wondering; I've been doing magic for a couple of months now and have a rudimentary graps of the basic techniques. I've more or less been taught by Nicolas Einhorn's Encyclodepia to Magic, my other pieces of noteable material being The Expert At the Card Table, which I consider a little too deep for me, and Derren Brown's The Devil's Picturebook, which I'm getting along with quite well. So what's the point? The point...is this.
Christmas has left me with a ten pounds Waterstones voucher burning a hole in my pocket and I'm stuck between getting The Royal Road to Card Magic (which has been highly recommended here, but I seem to know most of the material therein), The Encyclopedia to Card Magic (by one of the same authors as the former, looks a little thicker) and an even larger one simply entitled Magic in multicolours (the author's name has slipped my mind). So the question is, which one to get, knowing that I want to advance a little, instead of getting a book repeating that which I already know?
Many thanks to all