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Magic From Maui

by Andrews, Carl

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Category: Close Up
Media Type: Book

Product Description

Carl Andrews, a leading professional magician in the USA, has provided much advice and recorded experiences valuable to all magicians from his career in this attractive book, together with nearly 30 effects and presentations for close-up and stand-up. Cards, coins, balls and dice are some of the areas where he divulges his secrets.

His acclaimed "Three Coins Across," versions of the "Frog" trick and "Anniversary Waltz", Cup(s) and Balls routines with one cup, two cups or a can will be valuable to the pro., amateur or anyone with serious interest in our art.

Perfect bound, 96 8.25" by 11.25" pages, with forewords by Dan Garrett and Greg Wilson, Introduction by Tim Trono, Fully-Illustrated by Tony Dunn.

Available from your favorite magic dealer.
Date Added: Aug 6th, 2006


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December 22nd, 2003 5:29pm
Reviewed by Brad Henderson
I have put off writing this review for a while. Let's start with the good things. The book is nicely produced. The writing, while uneven (just who is writing this book) is adequate. And there is a fair amount of material in the pages. I do find it annoying when an author gets "glib" in his writing, saying things like, "the performer - that's YOU." blah blah. It works for Paul Harris because that's the kind of guy Paul is. For everyone else, it is fake and offputting.

The book is in two parts, the business of restaurant magic and tricks. Carl knows his business. It is clear he is a busy performer and he offers great insight into this field. A lot of this ground has been covered before in other books (Kirk Charles, for one) nevertheless for those just getting started this is an easy to access source that could easily pay for itself with one or two ideas.

Now, to the tricks.

First, I don't know why this book was written, nor do I think do the authors. Allow me to... [Read More]

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