Uri Geller by Jonathan Margolis
Magician or Mystic?

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This fully authorized biography of Uri Geller tells the story of a man who can make predictions about the weather, natural disasters and plane crashes; a man who has worked with the CIA, FBI and the Pentagon; and a man consulted by mining companies before drilling begins.

About Jonathan Margolis

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Jonathan Margolis has written on new technology for such papers as the" Evening Standard, The Sunday Times, The Financial Times," and the magazines" GQ and Elle," He hosts a regular "new gadgets" slot on SKY TV news, and occasionally reviews new technology for BBC Breakfast News. He is the author of the recent biography of Uri Geller.
Published July 15, 1999 by Orion mass market paperback. 320 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Religion & Spirituality, Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction

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A mostly credulous look at the famous Israeli who claims to be able to bend spoons with his mind.

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After compelling opening chapters on the Geller family's departure from Europe during WWII and Geller's Israeli childhood, Margolis becomes an advocate, even for some of the stranger claims made on Geller's behalf: of a high school knack for never missing a shot in basketball, of an ability to te...

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