Navigator by Reese Goodley
With foreword and contribution by Peter Turner.
Have you ever wanted to be able to divine the exact country someone is merely thinking of, entirely prop-less - with complete ease?
Now you can.
With very little process and without anything ever needing to be written down, you will be able to quickly and effortlessly divine a thought-of country - using nothing but your words and the mind of your spectator to make it work!
This all takes place within a theatrical frame that makes logical sense to those who witness your performance. You will leave your audience completely dumbfounded!
It's simple, elegant and the work is over in a moment - yet, the amazement will last a lifetime!
We are pleased we were able to convince Reese to finally share what only a few in his close circle were in on previously - it really is that good!
It would be a shame if others didn't have a chance to know about this, too.
Now it can be yours!
The book is printed beautifully by Steve Haresign at Haresign Press.
Here are a few comments from those who were lucky enough to be trusted with its secrets early on:
"Reese's take on prop-less mentalism is both ingenious and comprehensive. The Navigator routine itself is very well thought through and the method is implemented beautifully."
- Darren Woolf
"Reese has created a solid system for divining a thought-of country, entirely propless - that others will delight over."
- Fraser Parker
"Those who have met me know I am a fan of 'get-to-know-you' effects - such pieces must, in my definition, be: prop-less, appealing, should involve the spectator's own senses and their imagination, be relatively quick to perform and have a good hit ratio. Navigator definitely fits the bill. Thumbs up Reese!"
- Phedon Bilek
"I've only ever said this about one effect before, but Navigator is 'Mental Tap', so it gets an 11 out of 10 from me!"
- Mick Wilson