In the world of magic literature, where there’s an overabundance of the ordinary, every so often, a book comes along that clearly stands out from the rehashed and recycled norm. A book that, even on casual perusal, demands to be studied for a lifetime. A book that represents the life’s work of one of magic’s most gifted artists. It’s a rare occurrence when a magic book of such high caliber is produced, but at long last, the wait is over. It’s time for Al Schneider Magic.
There are tricks with coins, cards, cups and balls, napkins, bracelets, finger rings, and more. One could easily build a complete close-up act from the material presented here. And, if you think you know what “Matrix” is all about, wait until you read the comprehensive treatment of the effect that you’ll find in this book, including a discussion about its complete history, the philosophy of the effect, its many variations, and more…and all from its creator.
In a day and age when single-trick DVDs can cost $30.00 or more, you’ll find more magical value in this book than perhaps any other single investment you’ve ever made in magic. Hard cover binding, full-color dust jacket.