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IMPUZZIBILITIES SERIES--(5) TREACHEROUS IMPUZZIBILITIES
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IMPUZZIBILITIES SERIES--(5) TREACHEROUS IMPUZZIBILITIES
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BK-2312A
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Steinmeyer, Jim
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The fifth book in the series offers twelve new effects of self-working (or nearly self-working) magic. In this volume, Wishing and Making it So (a card trick for the telephone), Chicagoism, Thirty-Fiveism and Hacer lo Imposible (these three effects derived from the incredible creations of Eddie Joseph), three astonishing card divinations that aren't possible. The Cowboy Secret is a "hands-off" effect in which the spectator predicts his own selection. You won't believe that it's possible. The Zodiac Wheel is a pretty Zodiac display that predicts the spectator's selection; Elementary! is a Sherlock Holmes mystery, enacted on the stage and predicted in a newspaper headline. The format matches the previous books, with quality printing, binding and paper.

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The fifth book in the series offers twelve new effects of self-working (or nearly self-working) magic.  In this volume, Wishing and Making it So (a card trick for the telephone), Chicagoism, Thirty-Fiveism and Hacer lo
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