The Bigger Book of Breasts – Book Review

The Big Book of Breasts was an immediate bestseller when it debuted in 2006. Its 396 pages introduced readers to the top naturally bountiful nude models of the 1950s, ’60s and ’70s. The only complaint was that there was no biographical information on these curvaceous cuties. It left readers yearning for more.

Well, the publisher has listened. In The Bigger Book of Breasts, not only are there more pages with all new photos of your favourite big breast models of the ’50s through ’70s, but they have also added personal profiles for each and every one. You’ll be able to discover which model married comedian Richard Pryor and who inspired Russ Meyer’s first film, alongside their magazine and film appearances.

The half-page text most models get, however, just verifies the lack of existing information about them. Plus, the list of models is naturally debatable. Essential models such as Uschi Digard, Candy Samples, and Virginia Bell make an appearance, as do three Harrison Marks models: Ann Austin, Paula Page and Vicky Kennedy, which is great.

Bursting at the seams with voluptuous vixens, this hefty tome tips the scales at a whopping eight pounds. Books of this calibre don’t swing by every day! Whether you’re a boobs fetishist or just a vintage glamour enthusiast, this book is an absolute knockout. I suggest you make some room on your bookshelf.

The author Dian Hanson has been Taschen’s sexy book editor since 2001. She is responsible for The Art of Pin-up, The Fantastic Worlds of Frank Frazetta and a six-volume History of Men’s Magazines. Big books that have all found a place on my groaning book shelf. Back in the day, Dian used to be the editor of the American magazine Juggs, so she clearly knows what she was talking about when it comes to bosomy beauties.

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