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KenTheriot

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I'm only 3.9 years old as a magician, but coins have always been my first love. I became familiar with Geoff Latta's magic through the New York Coin Magic Seminars DVDs, waiting for the long-rumored book to be released. Since he sadly passed away in 2008 when he was 3 years YOUNGER than I am now. 

In a week or so, I'll have "Geoff Latta: The Long Goodbye," by Stephen Minch & Stephen Hobbs to really get to know his magic. It is my one exception to the "no more new magic books" rule I put into effect last year :-P. 

I ordered mine from Penguin. But it looks like it's available at several retailers - if you're interested.

WooHoo!!
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Michaelblue

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His stuff is the best part of Kaufman's Coinmagic. I want his book, but wow, 80 smackers.
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Evan S.

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Can't wait to receive this!
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Really looking forward to somebody’s review of this book. It looks incredible.
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KenTheriot

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Just arrived! Haven't even cracked the cover yet.

It's hardback with a different shape - sort of a landscape thing, half the height of a typical book but longer side-to-side. Not sure if this was done for any practical purpose. Oh well. Doesn't matter to me :-). Introduction (and edited) by Jamy Ian Swiss.

Okay, now I've cracked the cover :-P. Contents look like it's jam-packed with coin magic goodness (licking chops :-)).

Will give update once I've had a chance to dig in.
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