What if you could do magic tricks in new ways that no one has seen and no one can explain? Master the techniques in this book and you’ll skip the children’s birthday scene, avoid the ridicule that young magicians necessarily suffer from their peers, and skyrocket straight to a permanent slot in Vegas.
Sound too good to be true? Oh, it is!
From the Publisher: Most how-to magic books are written by master magicians. D.K. Brantley isn’t even an apprentice. However, that didn’t stop him from writing a magic how-to book. Had we known what a magical dimwit D.K. Brantley is, we would have cancelled his contract and turned him in to the authorities, as he is a verifiable menace to society.
Unfortunately, it’s too late for that now. We’ve lost countless lawsuits over this title and need to sell some books to avoid bankruptcy. Besides, some find D.K.’s writing endearing and even enjoyable. These curious individuals praise this magic book, claiming that what it lacks in useful information, it makes up with absurdity.
So without further ado, we present The Only Magic Book You’ll Never Need: illusions that endanger people and ruin relationships.
Read at your own risk.
|Publisher:||Sir Brody Books|
|Product dimensions:||8.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.22(d)|
|Age Range:||13 - 16 Years|
Table of Contents
Introduction • 9 Sawing Someone in Half • 13 Headless Dove • 21 Make It Snow • 25 Disappearing Boat • 29 Indian Rope Trick • 33 Standing Levitation • 39 Pudding Be Gone! • 43 Rabbit in the Hat • 47 Vanishing Man • 53 Bullet Catch • 57 Bullet Catch (Low-Tech Technique) • 63 Peanut Butter Pie • 69 Cups and Balls • 73 Magic Coloring Book • 79 Self-Healing Rope • 83 Sticking Headphones • 89 Magician’s Glossary • 97