Description exerpted and paraphrased from the Caleb Wiles review of Eric Anderson's now out-of-print book Ah-Ha:
For many, this is the highlight of the book. An audience member thinks of any word on a standard newspaper page. The magician tears the newspaper in half and the audience decides which half to keep. This portion is torn in half, and again the audience decides which half to keep. This process continues until one small piece remains. Someone in the crowd closes his eyes and points to a random word on the page. Finally, the magician writes this word on a notepad. Amazingly, it matches the spectator’s mentally selected word. The method is extremely simple and direct. In fact, there is very little work involved at all; many will be able to add this to their act immediately after reading the explanation.
7 page manuscript, covers all the work on this fine piece.
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