You mean we are supposed to read these books from cover to cover? That would make my wife much happier. My reading table has a stack of books, magazines and lecture notes, etc about 3 feet high.
Of course, that's what happens when I read Paul Cummin's The Trick That Never Happened
from his FASDIU Part One (page 6). Then Paul has the gall to mention Larry Jennings Morlocks' Revenge
in The New York Magic Symposium, Collection 2 and Darwin Ortiz's Time and Again
So I have to go dig those books out and read those effects. Then I start looking through some of my other books, magazines (including the "It's faster to search through the paper copies" Linking Ring on DVD set), lecture notes, etc for other versions of the effect. All I can say is Thanks Paul ;)
Oh, but back to the last book I read cover to cover (just finished it a couple of weeks ago), The Incredible Dr. Matrix by Martin Gardner. A very interesting read and some strong magic too, like Miraskill by Stewart James, an effect by Bob Hummer, another by Dai Vernon, etc. Of course, then I had to go pull out The James File and read the original Miraskill and all the variations and here we go again :eek:
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