Great Tricks Revisited: New Approaches, Routine and Patter for Magic Tricks Long Considered "Classics." Writing in his 2005 review in Genii, Jamy Ian Swiss commented, "This is a superb book about a subject that has been dramatically ignored in the contemporary literature. It is remarkable to consider what logical routining and intelligent handling can bring to what might otherwise seem mundane devices and tricks. Virtually every item in the book contains some worthy thought that will doubtless improve a performer's existing routine, or inspire him or her to add one of these pieces in total." Brown cloth, illustrated, 126 pages. Near fine condition.