The Book of Magic

The Book of Magic

by Brian Busby

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Overview

The Book of Magic is a treasure trove of magical illusions to be performed with playing cards, rope, rings handkerchiefs, banknotes and coins. Written by Bruce Smith, a professional magician and member of the Magic Circle, it tells you how to do a wealth of baffling and entertaining tricks, with easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions and illustrations. The Book of Magic offers and excellent grounding in the basics of magic, and offers you the opportunity to amaze your friends and family with a selection of convincing magic tricks.

Synopsis

Offers a grounding in the basics of magic, and provides the opportunity to amaze friends and family. This book includes 200 illustrations to help budding magicians.It also includes brief biographies of some of the great magicians and their classic tricks.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781848588516
Publisher: Arcturus Publishing
Publication date: 07/01/2007
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 9 MB

About the Author

Brian Busby was born, raised and educated in Montreal. A writer and literary historian, he is the author of Character Parts: Who's Really Who in CanLit and A Gentleman of Pleasure, a biography of the expatriate figure John Glassco. His critical essays have appeared in The Literary Review of Canada, The Anitgonish Review and a number of other literary publications. Busby is the editor of several anthologies of prose and poetry, including In Flanders Fields and Other Poems of the First World War. He lives with his wife and daughter outside Stratford, Ontario.

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