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13 Steps to Mentalism

by Corinda, Tony

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Category: Mentalism
Media Type: Book
Publisher: Robbins

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This is one of the most comprehensive books ever written on the subject of mentalism and mind reading. A virtual encyclopedia with over 400 pages covering every aspect of mental magic. If you're serious about learning to perform mental miracles, this is the place to start. Contributors include: Dr. Jaks, Maurice Fogel, Al Koran, David Berglas, Eric Mason, Hans Trixer, Ali Bongo, Harry Clarke and many other greats. Chapters include: The Swami Gimmick; .Pencil, Lip, Sound and Muscle Reading; .Mnemonics & Mental Systems; Predictions; Blindfolds & X-Ray Eyes; Billets (including Center Tear techniques); Book Tests & Supplements; Two Person Telepathy; Mediumistic Stunts; Card Tricks; Question & Answer Effects; Publicity Stunts; and Patter & Presentation.
Date Added: Mar 16th, 2003


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May 30th, 2003 1:25pm
Reviewed by Jim
There are two "Must Have" books for the aspiring mentalist - _Practical Mental Effects_ (reprinted as _Practical Mental Magic_ by Dover Publications) by Annemann, and this gem. Some of the material is dated, and much will need to be reworked for modern audiences. Aside from that, this is incredible stuff. A career could be made from the material in this book. Originally released as 13 separate lessons, now bound in this one wonderful book.
2 of 4 registered users have found this review helpful.
June 18th, 2005 5:41pm
Reviewed by migwar
much like the the royal road to card to magic is THE book for starting card magicians this is THE book for mentalist. as the other review has said the presentation is outdated but the basics never get old.
3 of 5 registered users have found this review helpful.
May 1st, 2006 6:06pm
Reviewed by Rev. Paul Helberg
This was the first book on the subject of mentalism that I was fortunate enough to find. I learned more from Corinda about magic in general and mentalism in particular than from any other five books combined (aside from Ted Anneman's PMM). I am greatful to Corinda for taking me light years closer to my performance dreams than any other author. Thank you Tony for your inspiration and cheeky sense of humor.
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