Gift Guide for Magic Books
By Ellis James - Wednesday, December 18, 2019
Magic books make great gifts. They are pretty, contain tons of material, and are easy to wrap. Come on, who doesn’t love magic books? Here are our recommendations for books to get the magician in your life.
If you don’t know the name Anthony Owen, you should. He was known as one of the most influential mentalism creators of our lifetime. His creations have been used by many great mentalists, including the likes of John Archer and Derren Brown. All profts from the sale of this book are being donated to a fund in Anthony's name.
Getting “Less” as a gift might not sound great, but we promise it is. Less is More is a collection of routines mixed with fantastic theory all based around the premise of cutting to the aces.
Jonathan Friedman is not just a fantastic creator and magician, but he is a phenomenal writer. This book is themed around his love of magic and music and the overlap between them. You’ll find 24 finished routines with everything from cards to guitar picks.
We love this book almost as much as Jason Ladanye loves Jason Ladanye. All jokes aside, Game Changer is a collection of hard-hitting card magic and gambling effects described and illustrated with over 200 high-quality color photographs.
Our Astonishing Essays are small booklets of theory written by some of magic’s greatest. These small books are packed with tips and theory that will make you a better magician. Authors include Steve Cohen, Rob Zabrecky, Prison Magician, Andi Gladwin, Lawrence Hass, and Robert E. Neale.
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