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Pedro Haluch
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Hey everyone =)!
I'm doing some research on magic books, and I'm looking for the great ones.
So, can you guys please say at least 1 book (more is definetely apreciated) that you guys think it's just indispensable?
Card College was the first one people told me about, but I'm looking for more.
I also found that Dai Vernon books are interesting.
Any other ideas?
To give a better example, if you could have a library in your house, with all the magic books you could, which one you would apreciate the most being there?

Cheers~
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Bruce Elliott is a name that comes to mind. I got a lot from studying his life work.

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Paul Gordon's Nocturnal Creations
Pedro Haluch
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Thanks tabman and Andi Peters!
Anyone else =)?
Pedro Haluch
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No one =(?
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Strong Magic by Darwin Ortiz for theory.

Impossibilia or Dear Mr. Fantasy by Bannon for effects.
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If you're fairly new at it all and into cards, The Living End by Thompson will kick-start your brain-pan.
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Maximum Entertainment

Books of Wonder

Greater Magic
Magically,

Mike King - Sho-Me Magic

You can e-mail me at: shomemagic@gmail.com
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Apocalypse by Harry Lorayne all four volumes.
Harry Lorayne
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Forget Close-Up Card Magic, Deck-Sterity, The Epitome Location, Quantum Leaps, Trend Setters, Aftethoughts, Rim Shots, The Classic Collection volumes 1 and 2, Best of Friends, volumes 1, 2 and 3 and on and on. HL. Ha!
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Pedro Haluch
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Thanks everyone =D!
I was already aware of your books Harry Lorayne ^^! Thanks for the tips =)
Anyone/ any other?
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Erdnase just because it's a tradition.

Just thinking of how many magicians have read those very same words makes me proud.
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