NEAT Review (Issue Five)

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NEAT Review (Issue Five)

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Book by Alex Hansford and NEAT Review (44.95)

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Issue five of the beloved NEAT Review series takes you on an remarkable journey through the streets of Paris with some of the most inspiring magicians in the world.

In The NEAT Review Issue 5, you’ll join Bébel during his nightly performances on the streets of Saint-Germain des Pres and also get an exclusive look at Arthur Chavaudret’s fascinating life studying and teaching at the Centre National des Arts du Cirque (CNAC) circus school in Paris.

You’ll get to meet Father Alex, a Catholic Priest in Montmartre with some of the smoothest gambling sleight-of-hand chops we’ve ever seen. His mucks and table work are otherworldly.

Those eager to learn some great magic will love the kickback ace hold-out routine from magician and chocolatier Manu Jo, as well as the super fooling triumph routine from extremely talented rising magician Mael Adler.

This issue is rounded out with Dr. Alice Pailhès offering captivating insights that fans of her book Psychology of Magic will love, and Yoann Fontyn (the super creative mind behind “Tenace” sharing his unique work with lasers and creating a one-of-a-kind aesthetic for card magic.

Everything is presented in a gorgeous nearly 300-page book with stunning photographs. As with all other issues, The NEAT Review Five is as much a work of art as it is a magic book.

The NEAT Review Issue Five: Paris

  • Arthur Chavaudret
  • Father Alex
  • Mael Adler
  • Manu Jo
  • Yoann Fontyn
  • Alice Pailhès

272 Pages | Lithographically Printed | Perfect Bound


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