Wednesday, March 24, 2010

The Ultimative Booktest

Effect: From a bunch of books a book is chosen, any page is opened and any passage selected. The spectator is asked to read that passage and remember what is happening. The whole time the book is handled by the spectator and his choices are completly free. The book is ungimmicked. Then the mentalist recites from the spectator's mind the exact content.

Method: Force the book of choice to that one spectator. That is the easy part. Here is the hard one... before the show you actually remembered all the content of the book. Each passage must be memorized. Now you are set and the rest should be obvious.

2 comments:

Daniel said...

As a matter if fact, that's not as hard as it seems. Certain memorization techniques can easily accomplish that goal. How much time are we talking? 2 to 3 days of concentrated work ought to do it. I'm up for the challenge!

Daniel Tegnander

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