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Profile of Metius
I was looking for some close-up books with tricks of many kind and I came up with these two titles. I'm looking for both gimmicked and non-gimmicked effects (mostly this last ones). What do you think must be the best for an intermediate magician?

P.S. If you know other books, any segnalation will be appreciated. Smile
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Profile of gilbert3
The Pallbearers Review by Karl Fulves would be a much better buy!
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Profile of roya
IMO, Close Up & Personal, one of my favourites..
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AOA the entire series! Smile
The great trouble with magicians is the fact that they believe when they have bought a certain trick or piece of apparatus, and know the method or procedure, that they are full-fledged mystifiers. -- Harry Houdini
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AoA Vol.1 contains a lot of very good material.

Optimists have more fun.....
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AOA,hands down!Paul rules-everyone knows that.
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AOA 1 and The Almanac. Both are so fun to read and work through.
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