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Review: Sleight of Hand (Shadow Games) by Jennifer Fales

Author:  Jennifer Fales

Paperback, 298 pages

Published in 2014 by Outskirts Press

Genres:  New Adult, Science Fiction, Fantasy

Synopsis:  In the sequel to the award-winning novella Shadows and Fire, the tale of a future where humans and human/animal hybrids known as Supernaturals exist in separate societies continues. 304 more words

Book Review

Sleight of Hand

Presto, change
Oh, I see.
That ring on your finger
isn’t the beginning
of us. It’s the end
of me.


In defense of cockiness 

In one of the most memorable scenes from Star Wars, intergalactic pirate and semi-affable roustabout, Han Solo, is running on the fumes of gravitas, testosterone, and sheer, cinematic intensity, navigating the Millennium Falcon through the Hoth Asteroid Belt. 755 more words

Book Review: Sleight of Hand - By: Phillip Margolin

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 By: Phillip Margolin

Book Details:

  • Published: 2013
  • ISBN:978-0-06-206991-7
  • Hardback
  • 312 Pages
  • SRP: USA $26.99…
  • 867 more words
Book Review

"Game" by Luke Jermay effect review.

Hard hitting, deceptive magic here from Luke. Game, released at Blackpool is Luke’s handling on Dai Vernon’s classic trick “The trick that cannot be explained”. Luke explains his problems with the original trick, too many un-motivated outs, e.g. 242 more words

Card Magic

Indian Conjuring

Indian Conjuring by L. H. Branson, 1922.

And here is Penn and Teller’s visit to India, mentioned in a video earlier in the week: