Fortunetellers Book of Days

by Paul Green

The "Birthday Book" effect seems to be very popular these days. Last month I reviewed "Astral Diary" which was based on Alex Elmsley's "Fate's Datebook" From L&L Publishing comes another version by Paul Green called "The Fortuneteller's Book of Days."

Mr. Green's routine is also based on "Fate's Datebook" and Mr. Elmsley is properly credited. What is offered in this routine is both a method which requires no memorization (or calculation) and an interesting and nicely produced datebook. Besides having the names of playing cards written next to each day of the year, there are also astrological readings. This can provide you with a springboard into a cold reading if this is your style.

I suggest you read the review of "Astral Diary" in the April issue of MAGIC. In that review I discussed how using the Elmsley ten card bank idea affects the overall "sell" of "card diary" routine. The limitations discussed in that review apply to this routine as well. However, if these limitations are not a concern to you, then this routine will be worth your consideration, since Mr. Green has reduced the technical work to the point where it is non-existent.

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