Hey, guys. I'd like to get a list of really good intermediate/advanced books going. I want to do this because I know how hard it can be to find great books right now. Everything seems to be all about the DVDs and although there's nothing wrong with that, there is also some awesome material in older and newer books.So, let's make a list of books that are packed with awesome tricks. I'll start it off with a list of my favorites: Supermagic by Paul Harris - Somewhere around 20 tricks. Professional routines with a lot of visual magic including "Reset" and "Grasshopper" which I use in just about every table-hopping gig I get. Paul Harris' books are outstanding. This is my favorite from him. Magician's Magic by Paul Curry - Not a whole lot of modern magic in it, but it does have the original "Out of this World" which is one of my favorite effects of all time that KILLS in every audience I've performed for. The rest of the book is mostly about really interesting magic history. More Power To You by David Acer - 30+ routines. Tons of unique and entertaining magic in this book and it's hilarious just to read. You won't be disappointed if you buy it. Approaching Magic by David Regal - David Regal is an entertaining GENIUS. The routines in this book and the patter that go with them are so much fun for audiences to watch. If you can't find something worth performing in those 500 pages, maybe magic isn't for you...(joking, of course. Don't get offended) Life Savers by Michael Weber - A collection of improvised tricks that can be performed when you are out with your friends or family. A lot of them are so casual, that the magic is done in conversation and the magic moments are a huge surprise (you pretty much look like a wizard). Card Fictions by Pit Harling - Outstanding card magic. This is some really professional stuff that is going to take some practice, but it pays off. Off The Wall by Ben Harris - Another collection of some awesome magic. Great sandwich routines, tricks with coins, matchbooks, homemade gimmicks. Very unique, visual magic. Self Working Table Magic by Karl Fulves - Fulves has a lot of books with "self working" in the name and this one is my favorite. I don't know that I've done any of these tricks professionally, but they can be done much like the tricks in "Lifesavers." More of a casual setting. Beyond Deception by Tobias Beckwith - This book is packed with information designed to help you create magic. There are no tricks inside, but the techniques can help you create tricks and patter and with that information, you can do whatever you want. Alright, let's keep the ball rolling!!