A clothing executive, a stripper, a comic book collector and a minister are stuck in a nudist colony! Without meaning to, Corky Wopplesdown has just gotten sexy lingerie model, Wisper Nuckeby, fired. In an effort to somehow make things right he sets off on a wild journey to find her while in the unlikely company of a rude, horny stripper, a repressed minister, an unexpeced fiancee and a comic book collecting pervert. Then Corky's car breaks down in the tiny hamlet of Nikkid Bottoms, a little, coastal village where the sun is warm, the people are nice, and the clothing is optional. Funny, edgy and wickedly satirical, this is the irreverent Chuck Austen writing at his ingeniously zany, and unbelievably outrageous best. Fully illustrated.
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Like Warm Sun on Nekkid Bottoms based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
This is one of the funniest books I have read. (And one of the naughtiest ;) I don't know what the person who gave it a star expected, Shakespeare? It is surprisingly well written, and I say surprisingly because it is so much more difficult to write something funny than something not funny. Example: the plethora of postmodernism crap that is out there, seemingly written by people standing on one-legged chair with the rope around their necks. To find a well written, funny and entertaining book you have to dig though all the depression-inducing literature that stacks row upon row in dying bookstores to the point that many give up on reading altogether. This book made me laugh out-loud, brightened my mood and my day and I could have not ask for more. It is not for children though, I say, being well aware that by saying this I made it even more desirable, but I have to confess that having this book in bed with me as a teenager would've have the same effect as two editions of Hustler magazine. I mean two new editions, never "read" before. So, if you have a laugh and get an erection (or two) pick up this book, sit back and let it do its job. Ros Nir