Seven by Michel Huot

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''Seven by Michel Huot'' is the first installment in a series of books written by [[David Acer]] ''“devoted to original work by innovative magicians performing on the front lines.”'' Published in 2003, the book features seven routines—"Ultimate Aces," "Don’t  Follow the Leader," "Acid Trip," "I Really Knew it," "D’Christmas Tree," "Cellular Fun," and [[Michel Huot]]’s ingenious "Signed Quarter in Balloon," wherein a signed quarter is tossed into the air by a spectator, but when it hits an inflated balloon, instead of bouncing off it, it drops inside. The quarter then rolls around in the balloon, whereupon the magician suddenly grabs it through the latex and tugs it back out, leaving the balloon intact.
 
''Seven by Michel Huot'' is the first installment in a series of books written by [[David Acer]] ''“devoted to original work by innovative magicians performing on the front lines.”'' Published in 2003, the book features seven routines—"Ultimate Aces," "Don’t  Follow the Leader," "Acid Trip," "I Really Knew it," "D’Christmas Tree," "Cellular Fun," and [[Michel Huot]]’s ingenious "Signed Quarter in Balloon," wherein a signed quarter is tossed into the air by a spectator, but when it hits an inflated balloon, instead of bouncing off it, it drops inside. The quarter then rolls around in the balloon, whereupon the magician suddenly grabs it through the latex and tugs it back out, leaving the balloon intact.
  
 
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Revision as of 04:25, 5 October 2007

Seven by Michel Huot

Seven by Michel Huot is the first installment in a series of books written by David Acer “devoted to original work by innovative magicians performing on the front lines.” Published in 2003, the book features seven routines—"Ultimate Aces," "Don’t Follow the Leader," "Acid Trip," "I Really Knew it," "D’Christmas Tree," "Cellular Fun," and Michel Huot’s ingenious "Signed Quarter in Balloon," wherein a signed quarter is tossed into the air by a spectator, but when it hits an inflated balloon, instead of bouncing off it, it drops inside. The quarter then rolls around in the balloon, whereupon the magician suddenly grabs it through the latex and tugs it back out, leaving the balloon intact.

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