By Pseudonymous Bosch

A paranormal new sequence from Pseudonymous Bosch, the bestselling writer of the key Series

Magic is BAD.
As in pretend. tacky. Unreal. at the least, that's what Clay, who has obvious one magic convey too many, thinks.

When phrases from his magazine look mysteriously on his institution wall as graffiti, he by no means imagines that magic should be accountable. And whilst an analogous graffiti lands him at Earth Ranch, a camp for "troubled" teenagers on a distant volcanic island, magic is the very last thing he expects to discover there.

But at Earth Ranch, there's one unusual shock after one other, until eventually Clay now not is aware what to anticipate. Is he quite speaking to a llama? Did he rather see a ghost? what's the frightening mystery hidden within the deserted library? the one factor he is familiar with needless to say is that in the back of the clouds of vog (volcanic smog), not anything is because it turns out. Can he clear up the riddle of Earth Ranch sooner than hassle erupts?

Elusive writer Pseudonymous Bosch introduces a rare new sequence that may have you ever believing within the incredible.

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This is the drawn card. It will be seen that if "two," "three," "five" or "six" are thrown, and counting by the methods described, the drawn card, which should be always placed at number "two," will invariably beturned up. The only numbers that can fail are "one" and "four," and if either of these numbers is thrown it is only necessary to request As turned up. is the audience do not the spectator to throw the die again in order to convince himself that it is not prepared in any way. Should "one" or "four" be thrown a second time the spectator will naturally conclude that the die is loaded," and will need no die for a third time.

From personal experience the writer can say that on an average the flourish Fig. 7. As executed perfectly once out of three times. former is successful in the is attempt. first result during a public performance, it is a rule the per- If this is the the part of happy wisdom for the performer to rest on his laurels and resist the temptation to show in his skill a second time. this If, however, he kind of manipulation he with the Second Method — In this may is sufficiently expert respond to the encore method the pack is held with the described in the second method lower side parallel to the floor, as for springing the cards.

The operation is simple. I simply lay the package on my left palm (suiting the action to the word) and" now. and, running the left command the chosen cards to cards have obeyed heard some one remark that I shall make it fly together. my command. more difficult. it is I Presto! What's that? " The performer plunges Pass! The thought I of a trick. shall locate the the pack without removing the wrapper. I it). Now, the blade through it was marked by thumb nail. The knife naturally enters the opening of the "bridge" and passes between the drawn cards.

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