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Septet Review

Official Review

January 11th, 2011 10:12am
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Reviewed by Christian
This is one of the best books in the Jack Kent Tillar Series. The writing style was fun and there was many contributions from various authors. This was truly a potpourri of fun mentalism effects.

The Memory Pill Act will give you a lot to chew on. (Pun intended)

Jack covers an interesting idea of bending a steel nail, I like the thinking and work on this one. Very original concepts.

I also enjoyed Paul Draper’s work on the Alcohol Act by Andrew Mayne

Truly there is so much stuff in this tome that even if you don’t like a single trick (hard to believe) the ideas and concepts that will fire your imagination would be worth the price of the book.

Product info for Septet

Author: Jack Kent Tillar
Publisher: Learn-Rite Press
Average Rating:  (1)
Retail Price: $49.95
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Manufacturer's Description:

Super Powers for Mentalists

If you've always wanted to become a psychic entertainer possessing apparently true super powers, using almost no props and little preparation, this book overflows with many inspirational ideas and invaluable tools to do so! In this final volume of the critically, acclaimed - Jack Kent Tillar's Collector's Series, the creator of the classic Blister effect has saved some of his most ingenious material for last!

Highlights include:

Super X-ray Vision - The performer amazingly reads information that is sealed between two steel plates!

Tough As Nails - Steel nails are psychically bent by the programmer!

The Memory Pill Act - The final expansion of Tillar's signature act in which a performer swallows a miracle pill that enables him to have a super memory for twenty minutes.

All-new incredible routines by guest contributors Jeff McBride, Ross Johnson, Scott Grossberg, Paul Draper, Bob Fenton, Mark Edward, and Odes Odhner.

Pages: 174 - Softbound


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