Best eBooks on the market?

Discussion in 'Magic Forum' started by MeanMagicMemes, Jun 30, 2013.

  1. Hello guys! Hope you're all having a great day.

    Currently studying abroad, I found impossible to order books or DVDs at the moment but my thirst for great discoveries is not fulfilled yet.

    I'd like to know what are in your opinion some must have eBooks, or small hidden gems that are looked down on.

    I purchased recently Ready, Set, GuastaferrO, The Boof and Cardio. These three were amazing.

    So! Waiting for your suggestions, thanks in advance :)
  2. This is an incredibly vague question. The best for what? Cards? Coins? Mentalism? Rubber Bands? Subtleties? Theory? History? Biographies?
  3. Given that I posted this in the Card Magic section, I thought it was pretty obvious.

    Well, Card Magic then. Like the three given examples, I'm looking for mostly impromptu stuff from what I believe are very creative minds. I like both of their (John Guastaferro and Liam Moniter) approaches to Card Magic and was looking for eBooks that could be similar.

  4. I've heard nothing but good things from FASDIU: I don't own it, but so many people at the Cafe highly recommend it. It's at the top of my list.
  5. Thanks for the link. It seems great.

    Precisely why I'm asking on a forum. I'm hoping to read everyone's opinion on my question and THEN I'll make a personal choice.
  6. #7 ChrisWiens, Jul 1, 2013
    Last edited by a moderator: Jul 1, 2013
    I don`t know what`s the best, but I really like "The Collected Works of Alex Elmsley 1 + 2".
    Another favorite of mine "Magic in Mind", which is even FREE.

    If you want more than just cards (the Elmsley books are mainly cards, but also contains other stuff ),
    "Carneycopia" is one of my favorite books, also available as an ebook.

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