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Do Not Disturb - Thoughts on Heckling by Thomas Heine, Rainer Mees SAMPLER (PDF Instant Download)
Thoughts, experiences, insights and advice on managing heckling in mentalism and magic performances. NOW SHIPPING. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
"This book is fantastic! The thoughts and insights from some of the industries best are gold! I'm currently on vacation in the Caribbean and took 2 books with me... Annemann's PME and this! Highly recommended!-Looch
From the foreword by Eugene Burger:
"You hold in your hands a really wonderful book. More than that: it is, I think, an important book that will be helpful not only for amateurs but also for many professional performers.
This is an important book because the authors, Rainer Mees and Thomas Heine, have approached disturbances during a performance with intelligence and clear thinking.
Be prepared for an exciting journey!"
This is a FREE SAMPLE PDF download that will give you a taste of the essential material covered within the pages of this amazing book.
Thoughts, experiences, insights and advice on managing heckling in mentalism and magic performances. Advice that will open your eyes before you fall flat on your face. And even if you stumble we’ll help you to get an idea of the possible reasons behind it in order to stop it from happening again.
The actual book contains early 300 pages of insights and advice with contributions by:
Dr. Todd Landman
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on August 24th, 2014
If this is the best representation of what's in the book, then I would have to recommend that no one
purchase this. Go with anything from Gary Darwin or Gazzo. This sample seems like nothing more than
a bunch of self-aggrandizing blather from the magic community's "philosophers".