The book has a premise that I've been searching for, as its title boldly proclaims. The adoration of the female bottom.
It has 256 pages.
Let me say its not a bad book, his writings are believable and interesting. He's an intelligent fellow and has a good writing style that's easy to follow. Some of the situations he presents I read with much enthusiasm as the idea alone was arousing, only to fall short. Its not as if I was looking for a book of endless erotica, but honestly there is too few pages dedicated to that which this book says it is, the adoration of the female bottom.
Out of the 256 pages, 5-10 maybe worth reading.
And there was many opportunities to go into further detail, and be more descriptive, to really seduce the reader (be male or female alike). I found myself reading about the book as an autobiography at points, i.e.: I lived here for 5 years, then here, I wrote for this publisher, then took photos for this magazine, I met a girl, I photographed her bottom, we almost had sex, but we didn't. Later that year, I met another girl, this one with black hair. She had a nice laugh. How I wanted her but I had to move as my job took me away.