The Magic Book by Harry Lorayne PDF. $ The Magic Book: The Complete Beginner's Guide to Anytime, Anywhere, Sleight-of-Hand. The Magic Book: The Complete Beginner's Guide to Anytime, Anywhere, Sleight- Of-Hand Magic. Harry Lorayne. Click here if your download doesn"t start. things which make a trick a miracle, or a guy doing magic a performer and entertainer. Most likely you The "Magic Book" by Harry Lorayne covers less sleights.
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Harry Lorayne's "The Magic Book" provides an excellent overview of sleight of hand magic. It's written for the beginner, but it provides enough material that will. Sleight Of Hand Magic By Harry Lorayne PDF EBOOK EPUB KINDLE. Free Download Magic Book The Complete Beginners. Book Graph - Mon, 11 Jun GMT The Magic Book By Harry Lorayne Other. Format Barnes PDF The Magic Book by Harry Lorayne: Reviews .
I have two main complaints about the "e" conversion of this book. The first? Why aren't there any bookmarks? It is simply unacceptable to not have a table of contents bookmarked for ease of navigation. Forcing a reader to have to scroll through a book and stop at random spots to check what page they're at is a step backwards, technology-wise.
It's not hard for a publisher to add them, so why not? I'd like to look at the contents, find the name of the effect I'm after, click on it, and then be instantly transported to it. Publishers should look at the Lybrary. My second complaint?
Inconsistant page size! Who the hell is Harry Lorayne and what has he become?
I used to know Harry Lorayne only as the publisher of the "Apocalypse", a magic magazine which ran monthly for 20 years. This was only possible through the constant input by other magicians who regularly contributed their magic creations to be published by Harry Lorayne. While reading it two things became obvious.
The way he "improved" on the tricks of others and constantly referred to his "mind" and his "knowledge" and that he is rarely wrong were not signs of modesty. Modesty is a word that totally not describes Harry Lorayne. Here are some others: Understatement, dignity, frugality and discreet.
Harry has always been a loud mouthed, opinionated man with an ego problem seemingly driven by inferiority complexes. But also a man who is smart, a workaholic, a very good magic teacher and someone with a great understanding of magic. And that is just what I get when reading the Apocalypse.
But things changed radically so it seems when Harry got an Internet connection. And a whole new ugly side of Harry Lorayne was brought to my attention.