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8 thoughts on “ Magic by Misdirection

  1. says:

    Being part of 'The Fitzkee Trilogy' gave the impression that 'Fitzkee' whoever he is is perhaps significant writer in the wold of magic, although I can't see myself purchasing any of the other books in this trilogy, after having learnt nothing other than how not to write a boring, repetitive book.

    Fitzke

  2. says:

    Its an amazing book. A total must read if you are a magician or want to get into the bussines

  3. says:

    One of the things I like most about this book is that it isn't just for practicing magicians who entertain audiences but can also be read as a philosophical book on common techniques largely used in our world whether it be in media, politics,

  4. says:

    Should be read by all aspiring magicians.

  5. says:

    good book , good information

  6. says:

    I can start by summarizing the entire book in just a few words, You must trick your audience to be a magician. This book was little

  7. says:

    Great product. Exactly what is expected.

  8. says:

    A great book on magic handling & technique.

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 Magic by Misdirection

Ver • Pretense • Ruse • Anticipation • Diversion • Monotony • Premature Consummation • Confusion • Suggestion and much Fitzkee supplies practical examples in the form of tricks incorporating and utilizing these principles. I can start by summarizing the entire book in just a few words You must trick your audience to be a magician This book was little than the author patting himself on the back for previous works Without saying it right out he tries to make the reader feel like they will be too stupid to read this book unless they have read his other works with uotes like Unless you read MIND TRICK you might not fully understand The first 14 chapters are ALMOST nothing but the author telling you how great his previous two books are and how much you should read them with very little content on magic It isn t until you get somewhere past chapter 14 that you get into the heart of what the entire book should have been aboutI am a magician looking to expand my knowledge base for my routine I was hoping this book would help me understand my own misdirection ability It did not The only thing that I took away from this book was watch where your eyes look because that is were the audience will direct their attention The only other saving grace of this book was when it talked about repetition and different ways to lull the audience s attention away from what you are doing I feel very cheated to have bought this book and spent the few hours it took to read just to come away with such little information I do not recommend this book for magicians of any age

Summary Magic by Misdirection

2015 Reprint of 1945 Edition Full Facsimile of the original edition Not reproduced with Optical Recognition Software Magic by Misdirection applies the psychology of deception to the art of magic The finest minds of magic have recognized. Being part of The Fitzkee Trilogy gave the impression that Fitzkee whoever he is is perhaps significant writer in the wold of magic although I can t see myself purchasing any of the other books in this trilogy after having learnt nothing other than how not to write a boring repetitive bookFitzkee s overall intent is positive but this is largely overshadowed by the boring transcript like walk throughs which make up most of the bookHaving said that it does appear to be the only Kindle book specifically focusing on the use of misdirection in magicIncludes plenty of detailed walk throughs which reveal significant secrets of magic however the routines themselves are far from inspiringThe same and could have been covered in half the number of pages A little over priced too

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It an important and monumental work on the subject It makes clear the psychological devices and methods you can use to deceive your audience • Disguise • Attention Control • Simulation • Dissimulation • Interpretation • Maneu. Should be read by all aspiring magicians

  • Paperback
  • 224
  • Magic by Misdirection
  • mzines.co.uk
  • English
  • 05 July 2019
  • 1614278563