Hey all, Here’s a video review of Pit Hartling’s book Card Fictions: http://www. ?v=lxD0qZXcaqc. I hope you all enjoy. Card Fictions has 9 ratings and 0 reviews: 94 pages. Card Fictions. Seven performance pieces with an ordinary deck. Written by Pit Hartling. Work of Pit Hartling. 94 pages (Hardcover), published by.

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I have not read all the effects, but I do like the thinking behind the presentations. You magically move cards to any positions in the pack at will. Jan 28, This effect has gone straight into my repertoire.

No trivia or quizzes yet. So my recommendation would be to definitely get it. While you probably won’t use all seven of the effects, there is much to be learned by studying each of them. Also, although the routine are all excellent several of them are very difficult, so its important that you should have some background of card magic.

Tim is currently reading it Mar 02, The book contains these seven amazing fictions:. Hartling puts into each one is immense. Feb 10, Refresh and try again. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Do you need gimmicks or advanced stacks?

Card Fictions

Feb 3, To elaborate a bit, while there are only seven effects in the book, they are seven well-thought out, performance tested, finely tuned effects. Jul 28, And, the tricks with basic card knowledge are not hard to master. The book itself was much smaller than i thought but man the stuff inside those pages. For a review, see this thread: Nicholas Guzzi marked it as to-read Jun 22, Many of you no doubt have seen Finger Flick off of David Blaines most recent special.


I found one that I immediately wanted to add to my repertoire, plus another two or three that I fictoins to play with. Thank Olsson for the great review seems like an interesting book. Magic shop we’re proud to produce great magic books, tricks, downloads and DVDs.

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Joe marked it as to-read Jul 16, Jul 25, pir The tricks are gone into in depth fiftions are easy to understand. Feb 7, Dave Inner circle Behind you! Sven Weng marked it as to-read Mar 28, There are several resouces out there selling it for a slightly cheaper price and was wondering if it was worth getting it directly from him.

Marc rated it it was amazing Mar 25, His work exhibits a depth of knowledge and a keen understanding of magic that I find ‘scary’ – scary in the sense that given Pit Hartling’s relative youth, I can’t begin to imagine the ‘stuff’ that Pit will create and develop over the next twenty years or so. ClouDsss Inner circle Posts. The hardest thing in the book in my mind would be loading a folded card under a watch.


Card Fictions by Pit Hartling

There are no discussion topics on this book yet. The Core Pit Hartling performs and explains an extremely deceptive name-a-card trick Customer reviews for Card Fictions.

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In addition, the two essays provide some good food for thought. Erik J Elite user Sweden Posts.

We do that by creating fictions; in this case Card Fictions. Glossy paper, very nice photographs, nice binding and embossed cover.

Card Fictions by Pit Hartling

Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Card Fictions is definetly an example where quality is superior to quantity.

In my opinion it is one of the best card books that has come out in the past couple years. Open Preview See a Problem? How difficult is it to perform the effects in Card Fictions by Pit Pig