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PERVY GIRLS Paperback – February 25, 2015
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* The size. The book in my opinion is a bit too small.
* The shoes. Almost all the shoes in the photos are, in my opinion, horrible.
* The latex. Not even half, but still, many of the pictures on the book are basically about women dressing latex.
Beyond that, the book is pretty good. I generally prefer collections with attractive but yet real women. This is not the case. These women are, with no doubt, professional models, with almost perfect bodies, but if you are interested in a book that mainly shows beautiful bodies, it may be the book for you!
First off is my major problem with virtually ALL of Goliath's books - the format is terribly small and awkward. This book is scarcely 7" tall and perhaps 5" wide - it is a VERY small book. It isn't what I would call a true "hardcover" book - it is a cardboard pulp cover with padding atop that, making the book feel downright cheap to handle. The book is rigidly bound, like every book I've seen from Goliath, but this book's pages are printed on VERY heavy paper that is much more akin to card stock than paper, the pages do not flex, they do not like to bend, and the whole book feels like it will come apart at the spine if you try to view it too many times. It actually looks like you're supposed to remove the pages and use them as postcards - they're about the same size and consistency as a post card.
The photos themselves, for the most part, are fantastic. Kessler's work is extremely good, but some of these same photos are shown to better advantage in the much larger 2007 and 2009 printings of Taschen's "The New Erotic Photography" - which I would recommend getting, provided you get the 2007 or 2009 printings and NOT the newer small paperback version.
Quite simply, if this book had been printed in a large format, say 11x8" and had used regular glossy paper inside, it would've easily ranked as a five-star book. However, for the prices it is fetching today, I cannot recommend this one unless, like me, you can locate one in great shape and pay $10 for it. I do not understand how this book as appreciated in value given how cheaply it's made and how small it is.
Even something as simple as a topless woman wearing only very sheer stockings, pressed up against her bare p-ssy, where you're able to see everything, are amazing. Torn purple fishnets, see-through latex, corsets, a hot shower scene; this is elegant, beautiful perversion, where the glamour of the fashions being displayed is matched only by the lustful stares of the entrancing models. I really liked how wide a range of colors, styles, and models were used, and that this book is portable. Some of the best shots do more hiding than showing, like one model wearing only knee-high lace-up black boots, with her legs spread, hand place judiciously between them, eyes closed, blonde hair tossed over one eye. Each photo tells an elegant, sexy story, and Kessler captures her models from various angles that make the most of their bodies. The occasional two girl sets are fabulous, too; especially worth checking out are pages 28-29 for the all-black-clad suspension and then red rope bondage.
This will appeal to dedicated perverts and those who just like to look at pretty girls. I like that while it's kinky, it's not crazy over the top; the poses seem pretty natural, and the bondage isn't extreme, more sensual than anything else (there's one great shot of a woman tied up while wearing a kimono). This is definitely a book I'll return to again and again, to lust over the photos and get ideas for clingy outfits to covet.