With reference to the hidden routine in the book; a decade ago (plus/minus a year or two) David Roth lectured in Glasgow. Somewhere near the start of the lecture he performed the routine and then asked if anyone had seen where it was published. I was about to say it was from the introduction of the Sawa book, but felt it out of place to speak up.
As for sleeve shootout; it looked like a fun thing to play with, but I couldn't see anywhere I could use it, so I didn't persue it.
Take care, Ian
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He did not want to give up his children. Perhaps we felt his reluctance as a sort of rejection.Originally posted by Richard Kaufman:
It still seems like a great book to me ... what went wrong? :confused:
If you would have spelled it "Sawa's Lybrary of Magic" it would have sold like no other :-)