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Stern : Private Parts
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Author: Stern
Title: Private Parts
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Published in: English
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 688
Date: 1994-10-01
ISBN: 0671510436
Publisher: Pocket
Latest: 2012/04/07
Weight: 0.8 pounds
Size: 4.5 x 1.75 x 7.0 inches
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Description: Product Description
Millions of devoted fans tune in daily to America's most notorious talkathon, the "Howard Stern Show", where Howard pulverizes celebrities' egos, attacks the politically correct, and begs women to take their clothes off. Now, in his smash, record-breaking bestseller, Howard lets it all hang out.


Amazon.com Review
If you can get past the schoolboy drooling over breasts and lesbians, there is much wit and wisdom to be found in this memoir by radio bad-boy Stern. (Granted, some readers won't really object to the breasts and lesbians...) Stern is a Long Island everyman. On the face of it, his upbringing and early career were not particularly remarkable. But when HE tells the stories and puts us in HIS shoes, everything changes. An overprotective mother? Stern says she raised him like "a veal." A loving wife? Stern says (probably half-joking) that he stays with her because he does not want to give away half his wealth. In a way, you can sympathize with Stern. After reading about his sexual fantasies and ideas about women, you know his wife has gotta be a saint. And we all know that to live with a saint makes a guy look REALLY bad!

Reviews: rainalina (USA: MI) (2007/01/07):
If you can get past the schoolboy drooling over breasts and lesbians, there is much wit and wisdom to be found in this memoir by radio bad-boy Stern. (Granted, some readers won't really object to the breasts and lesbians...) Stern is a Long Island everyman. On the face of it, his upbringing and early career were not particularly remarkable. But when HE tells the stories and puts us in HIS shoes, everything changes. An overprotective mother? Stern says she raised him like "a veal." A loving wife? Stern says (probably half-joking) that he stays with her because he does not want to give away half his wealth. In a way, you can sympathize with Stern. After reading about his sexual fantasies and ideas about women, you know his wife has gotta be a saint. And we all know that to live with a saint makes a guy look REALLY bad! (amazon.com)



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