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Ezzet
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Hi All!

Ive been wanting a strong gimmicked booktest for a while now, the problem is that everyone I found been in English for example MOAB. I live in sweden so I was wondering if you have any ideas on books or dvds or something that teaches how to do a strong gimmicked booktest in my native language?

Thanks
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Check out freestlye book test by Greg Arce. As I understand it you can make your own booktests with normal books!
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What kind of gimmicked book test you want ?

If you want the kind in which the performer completely hands off the book I think you should by some of those gimmick books out there in the market (of course they're in E). When you get the idea behind them you can make your own book.

If you want the kind of book test which in the performer touches the book in someway so I personally think language doesn't matter.

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Taylor made booktest (dvd) you can find at alakazam or the hoy book test maybe?
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Ezzet
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On 2007-08-12 20:04, Celloboy wrote:
Check out freestlye book test by Greg Arce. As I understand it you can make your own booktests with normal books!
Pete


Where can I find freestyle booktest?
Also have anyone used taylor made booktest and if so what do you think of it?

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Also, think about something along the lines of the booktest from Building Blocks by Luke Jermay. That one, while not as guaranteed as some others, is a great effect imo.

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I've seen the Taylor Made Booktest and it is very workable, but not original enough to market as a new idea. For that reason it gets a very negative review on the Blog page of ...

http://marketplaceofthemind.com/

The Freestyle Book Test I haven't seen - but it gets a very good review on the same site.

http://www.marketplaceofthemind.com/Freestyle_Book_Test.html
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On 2007-08-12 18:23, Ezzet wrote:
Hi All!

Ive been wanting a strong gimmicked booktest for a while now, the problem is that everyone I found been in English for example MOAB. I live in sweden so I was wondering if you have any ideas on books or dvds or something that teaches how to do a strong gimmicked booktest in my native language?

Thanks
Ezzet


Hi Ezzet,

Dr Todd Landman has a very good gimmicked book test that would work well because of the way the information is structured on each page. It's called "Cogito Ergo Sum" and it's available form http://www.magicshop.co.uk/
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Thanks Everyone!

I will try and look into all of the advice you have given and see if theres something there that will help me.

Ezzet
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