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There's a reason for the success of any Harry Lorayne book. In the magic world, Harry Lorayne is considered to be the best writer/teacher of, entertainer with, playing cards.
Mr. Lorayne's exalted reputation began with Close-Up Card Magic (1962), which became an instant classic. That reputation grew in leaps and bounds with each succeeding book.
What you have in your hands right now is his re-write, his additions, revisions, updating/upgrading of more of his early classic books/routines -
The Magic Book
Star Quality (The Magic of David Regal)
The Card Classics of Ken Krenzel.
Including lots of new ideas, thoughts and concepts.
Pages: 406 - 9.5" x 6.5" - Hardcover with dust jacket - Black and white illustrations and photos.
This is the only volume I have in the 5 volumes. I'm getting the other, whenever I can. Apart from the blurb already advertised, I think it's great value, and I wish I had it much earlier in my magic life. Especially the foundational 'The Magic Book', which is contained along with a lot of great stuff I have been unaware of. Some real impromptu gems, such as David Rega'ls 'Qtip' (better known here as a 'cotton bud') trick - called 'TIPPED-OFF', that you will definitely add to your repertoire. I know its currently OOS, but grab it when it's back.