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Encyclopedia of Impromptu Magic, The by Martin Gardner

(c. 1978,1997)

Great Encyclopedia!
This is just what you get, an Encyclopedia alphabetically ordered by the object used. There are really a lot of effects and puzzles and jokes the greatest part very easy but only a little part of them is really good you should choose them yourself. Finally a very good book, knowing some impropmtu magic is a must for every performer. Another good thing is that there are a hundreds of principles and ideas you can use to create new effects.

  • Publisher: Magic Inc.
  • Pages: 574
  • Location: Chicago, IL, USA
  • Dimensions: 8″x11″
  • Date: 1978, 1997
  • Binding: hardbound

Approx. Price: $60.00 (05/2003) ***

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1 review for Encyclopedia of Impromptu Magic, The by Martin Gardner

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    Davide

    Great Encyclopedia

    This is just what you get, an Encyclopedia alphabetically ordered by the object used. There are really a lot of effects and puzzles and jokes the greatest part very easy but only a little part of them is really good you should choose them yourself. Finally a very good book, knowing some impropmtu magic is a must for every performer. Another good thing is that there are a hundreds of principles and ideas you can use to create new effects.

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