Revue de presse
"Tricks of the Mind
exposes Derren Brown as a master manipulator, with not a cauldron or genie in sight" (New Statesman
"Clearly the best dinner party guest in history - he's either a balls-out con artist or the scariest man in Britain" (Charlie Brooker Guardian
"If you see anybody with this book, go the other way" (Hilary Mantel Guardian
"Lifting the lid on some of the darkests secrets from the world of magic, Derren reveals with brutal honesty how some tricks work, how to perfect particular techniques and how to spot lies through people's behaviour. You'll be reading minds in no time! ****" (OK!
"Will delight anyone with an interest in the weirder things people think and they they think them" (Independent on Sunday
Quatrième de couverture
Derren Brown's television and stage performances have entranced and dumbfounded millions. His baffling illusions and stunning set pieces - such as The Séance, Russian Roulette and The Heist - have set new standards of what's possible, as well as causing more than their fair share of controversy. Now, for the first time, he reveals the secrets behind his craft, what makes him tick and just why he grew that beard.
Tricks of the Mind takes you on a journey into the structure and psychology of magic. Derren also takes a long hard look at the paranormal industry, and looks at why some of us feel the need to believe in it in the first place. Alternately hilarious, controversial and challenging, Tricks of the Mind is essential reading for Derren's legions of fans, and pretty bloody irresistible even for those who don't like him that much...
'Reveals a surprising amount about his art ... there is much to enlighten, entertain and put into use!' Psychologies
'Will delight anyone with an interest in the weirder things people think and why they think them.' Independent on Sunday