Confessions of a Conjuror

Confessions of a Conjuror

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By (author) Derren Brown

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  • Publisher: Channel 4 Books, a division of Transworld Publishers
  • Format: Paperback | 336 pages
  • Dimensions: 153mm x 234mm x 25mm | 451g
  • Publication date: 14 April 2011
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 1905026587
  • ISBN 13: 9781905026586
  • Sales rank: 610,740

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The inside of Derren Brown's head is a strange and mysterious place. Now you can climb inside and wander around. Find out just how Derren's mind works, see what motivates him and discover what made him the weird and wonderful person he is today. Obsessed with magic and illusions since childhood, Derren's life to date has been an extraordinary journey and here, in "Memoirs of a Mentalist", he allows us all to join him on a magical mystery tour - to the centre of his brain...

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Derren was born in 1971 in Croydon. A precocious and puzzling only child, he liked to paint, foster obsessive habits and once set fire to a neighbour's boat by accident. Derren went to study Law and German at Bristol University and fell in love with the city. In 1999 he was asked by Channel 4 to put a mind-reading programme together for television, which became Derren Brown: Mind Control. It was an immediate success and gained Derren a cool underground kudos. Mind Controls 2 and 3 followed, then a series, and then in October 2003 Derren caused an international furore by playing Russian Roulette live on television. This secured his notoriety with the public and his big apartment in London. Further specials have followed - Derren Brown: The Seance which was the most complained about show in the history of television. He still gets several letters of complaint a week from psychics and Christians. He is sensitive to everyone's objections but knows at least the latter group will forgive him. Derren's workload keeps him exhausted and irritable fifty-two weeks a year and he continues to live in London with a large collection of taxidermy and a fatalistic parrot. He spends any free weekends painting and likes to receive gifts.