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Mr.Crebar
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These are mine, what about you?
1. Practical Mental Magic
2. Ted Annemann: Life and Times of a Legand
3. Mind, Myth, and Magic
4. Cold Reading by Ian Roland
5. Psychological Subtleties by Banachek

*Building blocks by Luke Jermay his strong for me as well.
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Finnegans Wake
White Goddess
Dictionary
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gabelson
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Psychological Subtleties by Banachek
Absolute Magick by Derren Brown
Mentalism Inc. by Chuck Hickok
Mind, Myth and Magic by T.A. Waters
Strong Magic by Darwin Ortiz
Tony Iacoviello
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Mindfreak: Secret Revelations by Criss Angel (and Laura Morton)
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entity
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Absolute Magic by Derren Brown
The Mind and Magic of David Berglas By Berglas and Britland
The Mental Mysteries of Hector Chadwick
Conjurers' Psychological Secrets by Sharpe
The Jinx Magazine by Annemann

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The Four Quartets-T.S. Eliot

Meditations-Marcus Aurelius

Organon-Aristotle

Summa Theologica-St. Thomas Aquinas

Meditations on the Tarot-Anonymous
JasonLinett
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Corinda's 13 Steps to Mentalism
Annemann: Life & Times of a Legend
Artful Mentalism of Bob Cassidy
Maurice Fogel: In Search of the Sensational
Barrie Richardson: Theatre of the Mind (I and II)
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Mainly Mental
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The Life & Times of a Legend
The Secret Ways of Al Baker
Artful Mentalism
mindshrink
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1 Corindas 13 steps
2 Jinx(Annemann)
3)Barrie Richardsons Theatre of the mind
4)Encyclopedia of magic-Henry Hay
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On 2007-10-27 17:38, Tony Iacoviello wrote:
Mindfreak: Secret Revelations by Criss Angel (and Laura Morton)
amazon.com

I cant tell you how much that book has helped me. But for me this is number 6. doesn't make the top 5 cut...just yet. Smile
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1. Slight of mind
2. Ted Lesley Paramiracles
3. Peek Performances
4. Derran Brown - Tricks of the Mind (don't laugh, there are some interesting ideas here)
5. Knepper Wonder Words
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Paramiracles, Artful Mentalism, and Theatre of the Mind (1 & 2) didn't make my top five (and probably should have), but they've been mentioned by others here, and I must admit, they're as important "must-reads" as anything out there.
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Al Koran's Professional Presentations
Mind & Magic of David Berglas
Artful Mentalism of Bob Cassidy
Theatre of the Mind by Barrie Richardson (both)
Mentalism Incorporated by Chuck Hickok (both)
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A good book on reading Body Language (found in the Self-Help/Psychology section at a regular book store) would be good to add into the mix as well! Smile
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Psychological Subtleties 2
Mitox
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Cold Reading (Ian Rowland)
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Psychological Subtleties 1 & 2
13 Steps
Artful Mentalism
Mentalism Incoporated
Maximum Entertainment
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Paramiracles
Theatre of the Mind
Peek Performances
Capricornian Tales
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DeadDave
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13 Steps
Psychological Subtleties
Any three books by Bob Cassidy!
Esjay Dee
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Mindreading..Knepper
Real work on coldreading..Cassidy
Building blocks...Jermay
Psychic skills workshop..Longman
Elucidator..Arcane
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Amateur Magician's Handbook- H. Hay
-It's all in here

Mind, Myth, & Magick- Waters
-Basically a how-to of moving from moves and techniques to actual routines

Strong Magic- Ortiz
-How to evaluate yourself and your magic/mentalism, and improve them both.

Art of Astonishment series- Harris
-The written pieces on Astonishment should be required reading. The effects themselves are varied and anybody should be able to find several somethings for them out of this.

This last slot is pretty tough to fill, I haven't even got to 13 Steps, PME, anything from Banachek or Becker, etc... Hmmmm... HMMMMM...

Well, in terms of impact, I am going cheat and go with a three-way tie:

PS 1 and 2 (Banachek) and Rick Maue's Lecture notes from 2006 Mindvention.
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