While there are many courses and tutorials online, learning from a book is still one of the best ways to greatly improve your skills. Below I have selected top Mentalist books.
- How to Be a Mentalist: Master the Secrets Behind the Hit TV Show (2011)
- Becoming A Mentalist: Unlock the True Potential of Your Subconscious Mind (2016)
- Making The Mentalist (2014)
- How to Analyze People: 2 Books in 1 – Guide to Reading Anyone with Psychology Techniques, Including Dark Psychology and Manipulation (2019)
- The Forgotten: The Mentalists Series: Book Two (2019)
- The Mentalist’s Handbook: Tenth Anniversary Edition (2019)
- The Mentalist: The Penny Detective (2017)
- The Secrets of Mentalism: Anyone can be a Mentalist (2014)
- Self-Working Mental Magic (Dover Magic Books) (1979)
- First Quest: The Mentalists series Book One (2017)
- The Mentalist’s Handbook: An Explorer’s Guide to Astral, Spirit, and Psychic Worlds (2008)
- Sleight of Mind: Suggestion and Mind Control: The Mentalist’s Toolkit (2004)
- Keepers (The Mentalist Series) (Volume 3) (2016)
How to Be a Mentalist: Master the Secrets Behind the Hit TV Show (2011)
On the hit television show The Mentalist, protagonist Patrick Jane employs his keen powers of observation and mental acuity to assist the police. Now, noted stage magician Simon Winthrop explains How to Be a Mentalist by revealing how Jane comes to his startlingly accurate conclusions- and also asserts that it’s possible for anyone to bring similar skills to bear in their everyday life.
Becoming A Mentalist: Unlock the True Potential of Your Subconscious Mind (2016)
From the author of The Power of Observation, this new exiting book brings a unique perception on how to live your life by using and recognizing the powers you were born with – the powers of the mentalist. We were all born with basic instincts that we have learned to ignore, hence leaving us helpless in a pool of life’s stressful static. As we lean towards trying to learn right from wrong as – society has taught to us -we tend to unlearn the basics of how to really tell right from wrong.
Making The Mentalist (2014)
Gerry McCambridge is The Mentalist. His peculiar gift sets him apart from the average magician. He reads minds, manipulates people’s thoughts and completely leaves his audience spellbound, and he does it without a magic wand, pretty show girls or elaborate props.
How to Analyze People: 2 Books in 1 – Guide to Reading Anyone with Psychology Techniques, Including Dark Psychology and Manipulation (2019)
This book is very important if you want to take the lead in improving your relationship, making a perfect first impression on any person that you meet and also be the lead in every social event. Human beings are different in various aspects, but not so different that you cannot figure out what makes every person unique in their own ways and make them perfect. Science has defined human personality types to a fine point, that identifying the clear…
The Forgotten: The Mentalists Series: Book Two (2019)
Daveth joined the Knights to help fight the forces of magic, unaware of the power growing inside of him.Daveth returns to the Knights to determine their involvement in the events in Diamondruf, with his faithful swamp rat at his side.
The Mentalist’s Handbook: Tenth Anniversary Edition (2019)
There is a world that mirrors our own. Everything in this world is made of substance finer than air, finer than light, finer than thought itself―the aether. In the aether, inner sensations are as tangible as anything in the material world. In The Mentalist’s Handbook, Clint Marsh gives us a glimpse of this world through step-by-step exercises, detailed and beautifully written explanations and definitions, and gorgeous black and white illustrations by award-winning artist Jeff Hoke.
The Mentalist: The Penny Detective (2017)
Introducing: The Mentalist (Penny Detective 15) Private Detective Morris Shannon takes on a case for an old classmate who suspects his wife is having an affair. When Morris begins digging, he finds evidence that goes far beyond unfaithfulness, and reveals a deadly secret from the past.
The Secrets of Mentalism: Anyone can be a Mentalist (2014)
Reading minds, making calculations faster than a computer, and predicting the future are skills that will blow more than a few people’s minds. Such skills are those of mentalists, those individuals that are in vogue in stage shows and TV series. Do those modern illusionists blow your mind? Would you like to impress the people around you and even some perfect strangers with your own tricks?
Self-Working Mental Magic (Dover Magic Books) (1979)
“An excellent introduction to mentalism and mental magic. It covers a broad range of mentalism methods, tools, and techniques. Also, each chapter moves at a good progression from the simplest to the most advanced.
First Quest: The Mentalists series Book One (2017)
This tale of magic and mystery takes place in a land not accommodating to either and details the struggles of an unlikely candidate who dreams of becoming a White Knight, until he finds out what that really entails.Young Daveth Dwight is a stable-boy turned White Knight through a series of what, to the untrained eye, seem like coincidences.
The Mentalist’s Handbook: An Explorer’s Guide to Astral, Spirit, and Psychic Worlds (2008)
There is a world that mirrors our own. Everything in this world is made of substance finer than air, finer than light, finer than thought itself – the aether. In the aether there are inner sensations such as ideas and feelings that are as tangible as anything in the material world. In The Mentalist’s Handbook, Clint Marsh gives us a glimpse of the world.
Sleight of Mind: Suggestion and Mind Control: The Mentalist’s Toolkit (2004)
By far the best book on the subjects of NLP and Hypnosis. No hype, No cheap tricks, just practical tools anyone can use in their stage routine or even in thier real life.
Keepers (The Mentalist Series) (Volume 3) (2016)
The dust appears to have settled after the brief descent of the Progressive Empaths on Sandes. But, if there is any truth to Anthony’s story, Gemma and her friends know they might soon have to face the mysterious Keepers. Myth or real threat, one thing is certain; running is no longer an option, for any of them. Can Gemma protect the ones she loves without forming an unlikely alliance?
Best Mentalist Books Worth Your Attention
We highly recommend you to buy all paper or e-books in a legal way, for example, on Amazon. But sometimes it might be a need to dig deeper beyond the shiny book cover. Before making a purchase, you can visit resources like Library Genesis and download some mentalist books mentioned below at your own risk. Once again, we do not host any illegal or copyrighted files, but simply give our visitors a choice and hope they will make a wise decision.
How to be a mentalist : master the secrets behind the hit tv show
Author(s): Winthrop, Simon
ID: 2482171, Publisher: PENGUIN group/Berkley Books, Year: 2014, Size: 312 Kb, Format: epub
Modern mentalism: Secrets, principles, tricks and psychology for the modern mentalist
ID: 3602324, Publisher: Giochidimagia Editore, Year: 2014, Size: 19 Mb, Format: epub
Fooling Houdini: Magicians, Mentalists, Math Geeks, and the Hidden Powers of the Mind
Author(s): Alex Stone
ID: 862488, Publisher: Harper, Year: 2012, Size: 1 Mb, Format: epub
Please note that this booklist is not absolute. Some books are absolutely record-breakers according to The New York Times, others are composed by unknown writers. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant links you could recommend? Leave a comment if you have any feedback on the list.