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Like Warm Sun on Nekkid Bottoms by [Austen, Chuck]
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Length: 408 pages Word Wise: Enabled

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About the Author

Chuck Austen wrote comic books for several years during the early part of this new millennium. He wrote some forty issues of various X-Men titles, more than a dozen Superman stories, JLA: Pain of The Gods, Captain America, US War Machine, and many, many others, including his own creation: Boys of Summer, a manga for TokyoPop. He left the industry to write novels, and screenplays. Chuck also co-created the hit television series Tripping The Rift, which won the Playboy Animation Festival Grand Prize, and is the only comic book writer ever to win the Genesis Award for Outstanding Artistic Achievement. Before that, he worked for many years on the popular, animated television series King Of The Hill, and The Cleveland Show, a Family Guy spinoff. He lives in Los Angeles with his lovely wife, lovely son, two lovely daughters, lovely dog, and even lovlier birds. Nekkid Bottoms is his first book. But not his last.

Product Details

  • File Size: 640 KB
  • Print Length: 408 pages
  • Publisher: Wild and Wooly Press; 1 edition (November 24, 2013)
  • Publication Date: November 24, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B001A0JGGS
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #540,740 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This is a strange book---but that should be clear from the title. It's funny, childish, and somehow remarkably adult. It's a fun-filled taboo-breaking romp through the world of Chuck Austen, a cartoonist and writer who has produced some of the most distinctive and consistently thought-provoking satire that I've read in some time. Whether you're a man or a woman you'll find this book to be a silly, sometimes titillating look at societal expectations, and what it means to find yourself physically and metaphorically "nekkid". It has some truly unexepected laugh-out-loud moments and plenty of chuckles and sniggers to propel you along through a solid, and easily diegstable narrative.
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I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It was both full of juvenile sex-capades and situations without devolving into 'Porky's' and full adult topics and commentary without getting preachy. Normally, I do not laugh outloud when reading a comedy - the fun is all tucked away inside my head - but this one did make me laugh a few times in very unexpected ways ...
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Read it a few years ago - just noticed a few really negative ratings and felt compelled to say I really liked it. I thought it was funny, clever and had interesting twists as well as being pretty well written. I must have enjoyed it because every few months I return and do a search on the Author to see if he has written anything else. He has actually written several more books and actually considers this the first in a series but he said himself that he had to change what I thought was one of the more interesting concepts in the book in the later books to make it work with the newer follow-ons so I am less interested in reading them. Some people would consider it over-the-top - it certainly has some fantastic elements, but that is part of what I enjoyed.

And to 'Panda Princess' et al. who said unless you are twelve and have a degenerative brain disease you should not read it, I'd like to point out I read it in my 40's, am an Ivy League graduate and am fairly well-versed in the classics as well as popular fantasy. Why some people can't just say, "I didn't like it" without trying to paint anyone who did or might enjoy it as a cretin, I don't know...
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I purchased this book for the Kindle due to its positive reviews and comparisons of the author to Christopher Moore, who is one of my favorites. It began as a racy, comic romp but halfway through I got really bored. And I should state that I'm not easily offended nor prudish -- but the "protagonist's" obssessions and constant harping on all the nudity (and the author's use of nudity as a stand-in for any theoretical construct) got really boring. I ended up skimming the last third of the book just to see if it got more interesting.... and it didn't, really.

I wanted to like this book more, really. But it left me pretty cold.
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I read "Like Warm Sun on Nekkid Bottoms" when I finished reading Austen's "Pride and Nakedness" Books One and Two. I enjoyed those titles so much that I thought I would go back to the beginning. This book is the prequel to Books One and Two of the "Pride and Nakedness" series, although it is certainly a stand alone. I rarely read books with a humorous side (mostly because there are other genres I prefer) however, this is by far the funniest book I have ever read, so much so, that while listening to it at the gym, I laughed out loud, the Kindle slipped, and was crushed in the machine. (Brand new Kindle, by the way). Not to be stopped, I went home, downloaded it on my old Kindle and continued on. The listening in bed, while trying very hard not to laugh out loud so as not to awaken my husband was the most difficult part. Mr. Austen's sense of humor is amazing. The book is clever and the characters are interesting and funny beyond words. For those who didn't enjoy it, like what did you want knowing the content?
While it may not be for everyone, there are those who can't just relax and laugh out loud, it is really a great book. Suspend your hangups and just enjoy a great laugh. Sooo looking forward to Book 3 in the "Pride and Nakedness" series, read this and then go on to the next ones. You won't be sorry.
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Although hilarious at times, it just stretched on f--o-r-e-v-e-r. At least it seemed that way. I trudged through this book because it was a bit of a prequel to his Pride and Nakedness stories, which I loved. I like the explanations and how it set it up, it was easier to understand the series and where the characters came from, as well as a bit about who they were, but I don't think it was necessary to read this to enjoy those. Still very entertaining at times, and I don't regret the read.
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Like Warm Sun on Nekkid bottoms details the misadventures of Corky Corcharan and is courtship of the lovely and naked Wisper Nuckeby. Corky comes from a wealthy and very sheltered family and has very little experience with women. Wisper is a model, from Nekkid Bottoms, a very special place, where clothing is not optional, it is non existant. This book was laugh out lot funny. I read it on a plane and had people staring at me trying to figure out what I was laughing to myself. Could not wait for the sequel.
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