Lewis Jones – Book of Revelations


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The effects use playing cards, coins, bank notes, drawings, keys, diaries, and business cards.
Limited To 300 Copies
The effects use playing cards, coins, bank notes, drawings, keys, diaries, and business cards.
  • You teach any spectator to read minds.
  • Spectators cause cards to float out from the deck, and even rise inside the card case.
  • You divine a secret drawing while it is still face-down on the table.
  • The lazy man’s Triumph effect – it’s virtually sleight-free.
  • A coin trick without coins.
  • Spectators throw a number of imaginary dice – you have predicted the total.
  • Someone thinks of any word among dozens in a newspaper, and you divine it without any questions.
  • You can read cards even when they’re still in the card case.
  • The words on two spectator’s business cards spell out chosen cards.
  • A card trick without cards.
  • A coin is dropped into a goblet and disappears, to appear anywhere you like.
  • Paul Curry’s Out of this World – but with a borrowed and shuffled deck.
  • The ultimate Card at any Number: Spectators do all their own shuffling and dealing.
  • The holy grail of diary tricks: with a borrowed, shuffled deck.

What they’ve said about Lewis Jones’s other books —

What they say about The Magic Gourmet:

If you are looking for a stimulating book of magic, mostly but not entirely involving cards, a book which consists of tricks which will take a bit of work but are worth it, I highly recommend Lewis Jones’s The
Magic Gourmet.
— Matthew Field (Magic Circular, January 2008)

This book has something, actually a lot, for most magicians. It is a pleasant read, has many photographs, contains world-class close-up magic, and it is all easy to do! Highly recommended.
— Paul A. Lelekis (The Linking Ring, January 2008)

And about other titles —

I highly recommend the Lewis Jones set of card books … I know that most magicians will go through life performing the same six or seven tricks … Me too, but I have added several to my permanent performance range, thanks to Lewis.
— Paul Daniels

Do not buy these books. They give away too many secrets.
— Penn and Teller

Lewis Jones really does ponder his subject at length. In this respect I am reminded of Paul Curry and Stewart James … His thoughtful and analytical approach is not at all out of place in such company.
— Al Smith (Abra)

Back in 2001, I was sharply chastized for mentioning Lewis Jones, then a little-known British card genius whose manuscripts were closely guarded by those fortunate to have acquired them … For those unfamiliar with Lewis Jones, he is an original of the stripe of Jerry Andrus, Simon Aronson, and Lennart Green. In Jones’ case, his originality lies in a depth of thinking that leads to why-didn’t-I-think-of-that sleights or to devilishly clever mathematical (often self-working) mysteries. Jones’ trick descriptions will tantalize you. They read like dealer ads, yet, unlike many dealer ads, they deliver on their promises.
— Steve Bryant (Little Egypt Magic)

Lewis Jones is one of the great creative minds in magic. He specialises in close-up card magic with an ungaffed deck, placing the emphasis on ingenuity rather than sleights … Lewis has a remarkable mind, which, allied to a profound knowledge of existing card methodology, comes up with alarmingly baffling plots and equally deceptive methods.
— Ian Rowland

I was reminded of the creations of Stewart James.
— Michael Close (Magic)

Among authors of card magic, Lewis is easily in my top ten. His approach is off the wall and his results are out of this world.
— Steve Beam (the Linking Ring)