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Mysterious Stranger Review

December 14th, 2002 6:50pm
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Reviewed by marino13
Three stars...... well let me clarify, if you are a big Blaine fan then add another star or if you don't care for him at all then remove a star. Me, I like Blaine and the book. It's mainly a biography but a well done one. He also throws in many little bio's about his mentors. Some tricks are involved, including one of the ones he used on ABC executives to bag his TV deal, the tricks are explained okay at best, and they're few illusrations to help, but on a brighter note the tricks are not that difficult. Then there is the challenge...... Good Luck it won't be easy, but if you like that kinda thing then you're in for a treat. In closing the book is worth the price and I'm glad I bought it, and if you like Blaine, you will too!

Product info for Mysterious Stranger

Author: Blaine, David
Average Rating:  (1)
Retail Price: $25.00
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Manufacturer's Description:

David Blaine -- he's been buried alive for seven days and nights, became the only living ice cube in Times Square and stood as still as a statue 10 stories above Manhattan. Millions of people around the world have witnessed the magic of David Blaine, but who is David, where did he come from and how does he do it?

In Mysterious Stranger, Blaine's brand-new hardbound book, you'll learn the answers to all of these questions and many more. Plus, David even tips his hat on a few secrets you can use to impress your friends and family!

Hardbound, 214 pages.

Chapters:
For Those Who Believe
Discovery of Magic
The Three Magi
Secrets of Cards
Confidence
Playing the Part of a Magician
The Main Ain't Right
Primitive Mysteries
Ehrich Weiss
The Premature Burial
Frozen in Time
Vertigo


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