An excerpt from the Forward by Neil Tobin describes the contents quite well:
"Lary and Traveler are following Eugene's [Burger] path. And in this book, they've set out a step-by-step course for designing your own, personalized theatrical seance experience. The bones are all there: potential effects, storytelling hints, overall structure, and even promotional angles."
"a half dozen talented seance enthusiasts to follow their plan and share their "final exam" results -- some of which are remarkably inventive."
Including TOC and the usual non-numbered pages it tops out at 200 pages.
[Full disclosure: I am a contributor to Mysticum Artium Magister.]
Az mir vill schlugen a hunt, gifintmin a schtecken!
I have (well, had until my dog - young spaniel - decided to "read" it after I left it unattended. It is now minus its covers and the pages have a bit of a distressed look about them. I must say it is a real goldmine that helped me loads and is worth every penny spent on it. Lary (and his "students") are masters of their art and the book was not only really informative, but unusually for such books, a real page turner. I heartily recommend it to anyone interested in theatrical seance or similar areas ... or anyone who wants a damn good read for that matter.