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Mark Wilson’s Cyclopedia Of Magic: A Complete Course (Paperback)

£5.10

The world famous magician Mark Wilson reveals more than 200 classic magic tricks, from sleight of hand to levitation, accompanied by more than 1,500 illustrations. How does so much information fit in this little book? It’s magic!

Classic Coin Tricks
including how to make a coin disappear and miraculously reappear inside a ball of wool

Remarkable Rope Tricks
including how to escape instantly from ropes that bind your wrist and ankles to a chair

Impressive Predictions
including how to foretell what word a spectator will choose randomly from a magazine

Amazing Illusions
including how to make your assistant suddenly materialize out of thin air

And Dozens More Incredible Tricks!

With tips on stage patter and showmanship. Mark Wilson’s Cyclopedia of Magic is a complete course – recommended for beginners, but through enough to earn a place in the pockets of even the most accomplished magicians.

Mark Wilson is first and foremost a famous magician, who the New York Times has recognized as probably the nations leading authority on magic. He is also the hugely successful author of numerous kits and books devoted to instruction in the magical arts including the newly released Complete Course in Magic (Revised Ed.). Additionally, has made countless guest appearances throughout his career on every major TV talk show in the country. Mark Wilson resides in southern California.

This is a small but very thick book, rather it was larger and thinner (be easier to handle). That being said, this is definitely THE BOOK you should get. It takes you through close-up magic through stage magic. Effects, secrets and pre-perations, how to perform all the tricks in a simple step-by-step process with diagrams, and finish’s up with comments and suggestions.

I recommend without hesitation this book for beginners or intermediates alike. It contains card tricks, sponge balls, cups and balls and even some stage illusions that you might find suitable with a little creativity or modification. It has card tricks that are pretty much already ‘public knolwedge’ to layman, but you might use them too using the way Mark Wilson teaches you to present them. However, there are also some advanced sleights on cards that beginners can learn easily because of the illustrations and the amazingly, EASY to understand text. Mark Wilson’s Cylopedia of Magic. 5 out of 5.

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The world famous magician Mark Wilson reveals more than 200 classic magic tricks, from sleight of hand to levitation, accompanied by more than 1,500 illustrations. How does so much information fit in this little book? It’s magic!

Classic Coin Tricks
including how to make a coin disappear and miraculously reappear inside a ball of wool

Remarkable Rope Tricks
including how to escape instantly from ropes that bind your wrist and ankles to a chair

Impressive Predictions
including how to foretell what word a spectator will choose randomly from a magazine

Amazing Illusions
including how to make your assistant suddenly materialize out of thin air

And Dozens More Incredible Tricks!

With tips on stage patter and showmanship. Mark Wilson’s Cyclopedia of Magic is a complete course – recommended for beginners, but through enough to earn a place in the pockets of even the most accomplished magicians.

Mark Wilson is first and foremost a famous magician, who the New York Times has recognized as probably the nations leading authority on magic. He is also the hugely successful author of numerous kits and books devoted to instruction in the magical arts including the newly released Complete Course in Magic (Revised Ed.). Additionally, has made countless guest appearances throughout his career on every major TV talk show in the country. Mark Wilson resides in southern California.

This is a small but very thick book, rather it was larger and thinner (be easier to handle). That being said, this is definitely THE BOOK you should get. It takes you through close-up magic through stage magic. Effects, secrets and pre-perations, how to perform all the tricks in a simple step-by-step process with diagrams, and finish’s up with comments and suggestions.

I recommend without hesitation this book for beginners or intermediates alike. It contains card tricks, sponge balls, cups and balls and even some stage illusions that you might find suitable with a little creativity or modification. It has card tricks that are pretty much already ‘public knolwedge’ to layman, but you might use them too using the way Mark Wilson teaches you to present them. However, there are also some advanced sleights on cards that beginners can learn easily because of the illustrations and the amazingly, EASY to understand text. Mark Wilson’s Cylopedia of Magic. 5 out of 5.

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