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Mind and Magic of David Berglas, The

by Britland, David

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(Based on 2 reviews)
Categories: General, History
Media Type: Book
Publisher: Hahne Publications

Product Description

As revealed to David Britland, The Mind & Magic of David Berglas might be the most eagerly-awaited book of the decade. Three years in preparation, The Mind and Magic of David Berglas is an enlightening account, spanning 50 years of miracles from the renowned, legendary man of mystery, including David's adventures on radio, television, in live shows, corporate shows, with stage illusions and consulting on major motion pictures.

And most amazing of all...The Mind and Magic of David Berglas contains his secrets! Carefully recounted and explained by David Britland, here are David Berglas’ techniques for his amazing phenomena, many of which appear here for the first time ever, including the Magic Square Routine, Newspaper Prediction, Blindfold Routine, ESPacology, Chair Balance Routine, The Vanishing Piano, Picture Post Challenge, Box Over Regent Street, The Ten Shilling Note and many, many others.

Written by David Britland, with introductions by Uri Geller and Paul Daniels.

Hardbound with satin and library fabric spine, 566 pages, full of color pages, hundred of black and white photos and diagrams, and a full index. Limited to one thousand copies.
Date Added: Mar 16th, 2003


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December 14th, 2002 6:50pm
Reviewed by Steve Giles
Beautifully produced book.
However the contents are a little disappointing.
The book is more of an autobiography than it does explaining Davids Tricks.
The book is a good read but quite expensive for it's contents.

Official Review

December 14th, 2002 6:50pm
Reviewed by Brad Henderson
I'm going to violate one of my self imposed rules with this review.

First, I promised myself never to review a product unless I have read/viewed it in it's entirety or have actually performed the piece for real people.

Why am I violating the rule? Because news has reached me that the publisher is out of copies and that most of the distributor's shelves are bare as well. I wanted to get some information out there so those who were on the fence could make up their mind and still be able to find a copy.

First, the book is expensive. But wait until you get it in your hands. It's a very sexy tome. Is that Satin? Yummy.

Also the printing forays into full color plates, and the quality of the paper is first class. In short, Jim spent some major bucks producing this book, and you see where every penny was spent. This isn't one of those $200 Xeroxed, side stapled cold reading pamphlets. This is a book like books were meant to be.

As I said, I haven't finished the book (but I have... [Read More]

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