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Ok here are my votes.

After much consideration I am going to vote for my own book Harpacrown if such a thing is allowed. The truth is that it genuinely is one of my favourite books, when I read it I do get lost in it and actually forget that I wrote it. I'm not sure if that's normal but it's the truth.

My next vote is for The Intrepid Rogues Manual of Deception by Atlas Brookings and my final vote goes to V by Manos.

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My Vote goes to ;

The Jerx Volume 1
Mentalissimo - John Bannon
Grips, Lines & Looks - Marc Oberon/Paul Hyland
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My vote for best trick of the year for 2016 is as follows.....

1. WikiTest by Marc Kerstein
2. Little Door by Roddy McGhie
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Harpacrown
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Quote:
On Jan 26, 2017, TSW wrote:
My vote for best trick of the year for 2016 is as follows.....

1. WikiTest by Marc Kerstein
2. Little Door by Roddy McGhie


This one is about Books only sir Smile

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1 - The Intrepid Rogue's Manual Of Deception by Atlas Brookings
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The Jerx Vol 1
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Has to be

Harpacrown


for me regards Tarik 😊
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Harpacrown for me too. I can't express just how much I've gotten out of this book.
Iain Moran
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1) Roberto Giobbi - Hidden Agenda
2) Pit Hartling - In Order to Amaze
3) Mark Chandaue - Harpercrown
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1. Harpacrown - Mark Chandaue
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I just seen the 50 post rule. Apologies for misposting.
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Only one offering from me
Mark Chandaue; Harpacrown
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Harpacrown by Mark Chandaue gets my vote for best book. Beautifully written with some great effects.
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1. The Intrepid Rogue's Manual of Deception - Atlas Brookings
2. Harpacrown - Mark Chandaue
3. Pace - Ian Rowland
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1. Harpacrown - Mark Chandaue
2. The Intrepid Rogue's Manual of Deception - Atlas Brookings
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1. In Order to Amaze
2. Secrets of So Sato
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Without a doubt, Harpacrown is one of the most powerful and inspiring books I've read for a long time.

1 - Harpacrown by Mark Chandaue
2 - The Intrepid Rogue's Manual of Deception by Atlas Brookings
3 - V by Manos
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Mark C's bad boy book - Harpacrown

I love the personal aspect inside the book, it's one of the nicest books I have ever seen!

Pete x
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Heya Gang!

Voting is now closed! Thanks to everyone who voted- and for keeping it so positive!!!

All I need to do now is the tally - and I'm going to need a few days (still buried in moving boxes and trying to find reliable internet). So let's regroup here Monday morning - Feb.06 for the big announcement!

Y'all rock!

~jamie
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