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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | Private Parts.pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Howard Stern(Author)

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Self-proclaimed "King of All Media", Howard Stern is host of a daily radio program loved and loathed by millions. Here Stern vents his views on politics, current affairs, and the entertainment business. His irreverent insight and mind-bending opinions will propel his fans into a reading frenzy and drive his critics wild.

Fred Shuster L.A. Daily News Forget "SeinLanguage." Put down that copy of "The Bridges of Madison County." Howard Stern's "Private Parts" is the most entertaining read to come down the pike since you discovered your sister's diary in her underwear drawer.Walter Goodman The New York Times Book Review Breasts, behinds, insults, and a lot of kvetching from the self-described sweetest radio personality on the planet...."Private Parts" catches the voice that...agitated the FCC....Stern socks it to currently protected species. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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Book details

  • PDF | 448 pages
  • Howard Stern(Author)
  • Simon & Schuster Ltd; First Edition edition (15 Oct. 1993)
  • English
  • 4
  • Biography

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  • By Declan McKinney on 21 October 2010

    This is an enjoyable read. Funny, witty and full of observations from the world of Howard. In some areas, there is a tendency to ramble on a bit, but don't let that stop you.Well worth reading.

  • By Sa on 19 June 2013

    If you're a fan of Howard Stern, check this out ASAP. It's such a nice book with an underlying sweet nature, makes you feel sad that Howard and his ex-wife are no longer together.

  • By journeyman78 on 20 December 2011

    disappointing, as the guy obviously has had an interesting life and facinating career. But i just found the whole experience far too trashy, low brow and tabloid-esque. not to be read if you want to expand your mind. It might just be better to read the wikipedia page.

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