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chrusa
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Oh cool thanks I thought he came out with another new book so I was confused
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Thanks for the positive feedback guys! After watching the DVD and reading a little bit of Wayne's book, so far this will be a VERY interesting review lol. I don't have Gabe Fujari's book yet and I don't know when I will get it since it is pretty expensive and I just put $30 into Wayne's book. But when I DO get Fujari's book, I will certainly do a review for you all. For Wilson's book though, Idk.
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Jay did a great job on this project and should be very proud. Plus he made a few TV promo appearances where he met the challenge of less than cooperative hosts.
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Haha. I loved that one where those two women kept heckling him and interupting him. I thought TV hosts wern't supposed to show reaction lol.
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I think the TV hosts job should be to try to make the guests looks good.
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On 2009-04-11 01:23, markmiller wrote:
Jay did a great job on this project and should be very proud. Plus he made a few TV promo appearances where he met the challenge of less than cooperative hosts.



Such as Kathie Lee Gifford!! Grrr I hate that [expletive deleted]!!

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As an old dog having studied and performed magic for more than 50 years, I'm surprised by the magic maturity shown by Joshua Jay. He has, IMHO, a lot of things right that people of his age normally do not even envisioned.

Follow this young man, he may get to the very top of our art. If he keeps preventing his head from spinning, we might be watching a Vernon in the making. With a different style, he is a raw diamond of David Wiliamson's or John Carney's standards (in diamond terms, he would be rated D Flawless, extra white color). It's easy to understand why Simon Aaronson is proud of his discovery.

The book is top.
Magic is the art of proving impossible things in parallel dimensions that can't be reached
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This is a great Book! I got the pleasure of seeing Joshua on his book tour in KC and it was amazing. This book is a great book that everyone can get somthing out of. Whether it be a new trick or just advise on the handelings of somthing you might already be performing. Great DVD and book
MarkTirone
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I agree with everything Lawrence O said right there. Normally the younger kids (even up to their 20's) don't look up to those more classic style magicians who do the serious Parlour routines or color changing knives or anything like that. It's rare to see somebody of such a young age take interest and take pride, building respect for the magic community. Plus, most people my age don't look to the future and start preparing for anything that might happen in a professional setting. He has some chops lol
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I just happened upon Joshua Jay's book at a Barnes and Noble and bought it on whim. Little did I know that it would re-energize my interest in magic that I had as a kid over 30 years ago. I can't believe how good the effects are and the quality of the teaching (I myself am a teacher). I especially like the handling of OOTW. I recommend this book very highly.
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