Everybody Loves Large Chests

by Exterminatus

Original ONGOING Adventure Comedy Fantasy Satire Anti-Hero Lead Harem LitRPG Magic Non-Human lead Secret Identity
Warning This fiction contains:
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  • Profanity
  • Sexual Content

Everybody Loves Large Chests is now available on Amazon and Audible! Featuring lots of editorial love and a more enjoyable reading/listening experience!

Large chests are said to encompass all manner of hopes and dreams. Men covet them. Women envy them. But one fact holds true - everyone wants to get their hands on some big ones.

The same holds true for one intrepid adventurer - a strapping young lad by the name of Himmel. Armed with his grandfather’s trusty longsword and the dream of being the strongest, he sets out on the journey of a lifetime! It is sure to be a long and dangerous road, fraught with danger! And it all starts with a simple test - reach Level 5 in the dungeon called the ‘newbie zone’ and earn the right to become a full-fledged adventurer!

However, such things get hopelessly derailed when his adolescent mind beholds an exposed chest for the first time. A fateful meeting that would inevitably lead his life in a direction he never even dreamed of!

This fiction is written, maintained and owned by Neven Iliev. It is also a participant of the WriTEr's pledge.

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Table of Contents
Chapter Name Release Date
Prologue ago
Death Comes In Many Forms 1 ago
Death Comes In Many Forms 2 ago
Death Comes In Many Forms 3 ago
Death Comes In Many Forms 4 ago
Death Comes In Many Forms 5 ago
Death Comes In Many Forms 6 ago
Eat And Grow 1 ago
Eat And Grow 2 ago
Eat And Grow 3 ago
Eat And Grow 4 ago
Eat And Grow 5 ago
Eat And Grow 6 ago
Eat And Grow 7 ago
Eat And Grow 8 ago
Eat And Grow 9 ago
Interlude - A Cheap Drink ago
Urges 1 ago
Urges 2 ago
Urges 3 ago
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Interlude - A little fisting goes a long way ago
Not a chapter - Q&A ago
Science!!! 1 ago
Science!!! 2 ago
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Science!!! 7 ago
Science!!! 8 ago
Interlude - Justice demands retribution ago
Gainful Employment 1 ago
Gainful Employment 2 ago
Gainful Employment 3 ago
Gainful Employment 4 ago
Gainful Employment 5 ago
Gainful Employment 6 ago
Gainful Employment 7 ago
Gainful Employment 8 ago
Gainful Employment 9 ago
Interlude - That nagging feeling ago
Chaos 1 ago
Uncertainty 2 ago
Instability 3 ago
Fluctuation 4 ago
Unpredictability 5 ago
Chaos 6 ago
Chance 7 ago
Unforeseen Consequences 8 ago
Coincidences 9 ago
Randomness 10 ago
Volatility 11 ago
Interlude - The Shadow of Death ago
Unleashed 1 ago
Unleashed 2 ago
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Unleashed 9 ago
Core Values 1 ago
Core Values 2 ago
Core Values 3 ago
Core Values 4 ago
Core Values 5 ago
Core Values 6 ago
Interlude - A Neighborly Chat ago
Death Comes In Many Shapes 1 ago
Death Comes In Many Shapes 2 ago
Death Comes In Many Shapes 3 ago
Death Comes In Many Shapes 4 ago
Death Comes In Many Shapes 5 ago
Death Comes In Many Shapes 6 ago
Death Comes In Many Shapes 7 ago
Interlude - An ASS out of U and ME ago
Moonlighting 1 ago
Moonlighting 2 ago
Moonlighting 3 ago
Moonlighting 4 ago
Moonlighting 5 ago
Moonlighting 6 ago
Moonlighting 7 ago
Moonlighting 8 ago
Interlude - Good news travels slowly. Bad news has wings. ago
All That Glitters 1 ago
All That Glitters 2 ago
All That Glitters 3 ago
All That Glitters 4 ago
All That Glitters 5 ago
All That Glitters 6 ago
All That Glitters 7 ago
All That Glitters 8 ago
All That Glitters 9 ago
Interlude - Stalking does not count as a long-distance relationship ago
Veni, Vidi, Edi 1 ago
Veni, Vidi, Edi 2 ago
Veni, Vidi, Edi 3 ago
Veni, Vidi, Edi 4 ago
Veni, Vidi, Edi 5 ago
Veni, Vidi, Edi 6 ago
Veni, Vidi, Edi 7 ago
Veni, Vidi, Edi 8 ago
Veni, Vidi, Edi 9 ago
Veni, Vidi, Edi 10 ago
Those Who Are Right 1 ago
Those Who Are Right 2 ago
Those Who Are Right 3 ago
Those Who Are Right 4 ago
Those Who Are Right 5 ago
Those Who Are Right 6 ago
Those Who Are Right 7 ago
Interlude - Barking Up The Wrong Tree ago
Not a chapter - Q&A with the author ago
Snow Day (April Fools chapter) ago
Those Who Are Left 1 ago
Those Who Are Left 2 ago
Those Who Are Left 3 ago
Those Who Are Left 4 ago
Those Who Are Left 5 ago
Those Who Are Left 6 ago
Those Who Are Left 7 ago
Not a chapter - Skill Compendium ago
Those Who Are Left 8 ago
Those Who Are Left 9 ago
Those Who Are Left 10 ago
Interlude - Once is an accident. Twice is coincidence. Three times - a pattern. ago
Hypocrisy 1 ago
Duality 2 ago
Ambiguity 3 ago
Duplicity 4 ago
Mockery 5 ago
Fraud 6 ago
Facade 7 ago
Not a chapter - ELLC World Map ago
Ambiguity 8 ago
Plausible Deniability 9 ago
Omission 10 ago
Underhandedness 11 ago
Subversion 12 ago
Deception 13 ago
Hypocrisy 14 ago
Hypocrisy 15 ago
Interlude - Happy Thoughts ago
Not a chapter - Art Gallery ago
A Hero's Burden 1 ago
A Hero's Burden 2 ago
A Hero's Burden 3 ago
A Hero's Burden 4 ago
A Hero's Burden 5 ago
A Hero's Burden 6 ago
A Hero's Burden 7 ago
A Hero's Burden 8 ago
A Hero's Burden 9 ago
A Hero's Burden 10 ago
Interlude - You Reap What You Sow ago
Upheaval 1 ago
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Upheaval 11 ago
Interlude - Another day at the office ago
Services Rendered 1 ago
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Not a chapter - Q&A session ago
Services Rendered 4 ago
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Not a chapter - A Mimic's hoard ago
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Interlude - House Call ago
Winter's Bite 1 ago
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Winter's Bite 8 ago
Not a chapter - Art Gallery 2: Electric Boogaloo ago
Winter's Bite 9 ago
Interlude - Professional Courtesy ago
Not a chapter - Best Girl Poll ago
Interlude - An Honest Review ago
Not a chapter - Kindle (re-) Release ago
Knowledge Is Power 1 ago
Knowledge Is Power 2 ago
Knowledge Is Power 3 ago
Knowledge Is Power 4 ago
Knowledge Is Power 5 ago
Knowledge Is Power 6 ago
Knowledge Is Power 7 ago
Knowledge Is Power 8 ago
Knowledge Is Power 9 ago
Knowledge Is Power 10 ago
Knowledge Is Power 11 ago
Interlude - Family Reunions Are Always Awkward ago
Year of the Chest 1 ago
Year of the Chest 2 ago
Year of the Chest 3 ago
Year of the Chest 4 ago
Year of the Chest 4 ½ ago
Year of the Chest 5 ago
Year of the Chest 6 ago
Year of the Chest 7 ago
Interlude - What Friends Are For ago
Mind Games 1 ago
Mind Games 2 ago
Mind Games 3 ago
Mind Games 4 ago
Mind Games 5 ago
Mind Games 6 ago
Interlude - Question Authority ago
Life, Luck, and Lemonade - Birthdays ago
Life, Luck, and Lemonade - Loose Ends ago
Life, Luck, and Lemonade - Blood Money ago
Life, Luck, and Lemonade - Nightmares ago
Life, Luck, and Lemonade - Problems and Solutions ago
Life, Luck, and Lemonade - Forward Thinking ago
Not a Chapter - Amazon book stuff ago
Life, Luck, and Lemonade - Fun & Games ago
Life, Luck, and Lemonade - Stress Kills ago
Life, Luck, and Lemonade - Lemons ago
Life, Luck, and Lemonade - Of Plants and Plots ago
Green Tide 1 ago
Green Tide 2 ago
Not a Chapter - Announcement + Q&A with the author ago
Green Tide 3 ago
Green Tide 4 ago
Green Tide 5 ago
Green Tide 6 ago
Green Tide 7 ago
Interlude - Another Satisfied Customer ago
Birds Of A Feather 1 ago
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Birds Of A Feather 3 ago
Birds Of A Feather 4 ago
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Interlude - Fish Out of Water ago
Questionable Origins 1 ago
Questionable Origins 2 ago
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Not a Chapter - Fanart Dump ago
Questionable Origins 4 ago
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Questionable Origins 11 ago
Interlude - Greed Is Good ago
Not a Chapter - Best Girl Poll 2 ago
Cloak and Dagger 1 ago
Cloak and Dagger 2 ago
Not a Chapter - Few Small Announcements ago
Cloak and Dagger 3 ago
Cloak and Dagger 4 ago
Cloak and Dagger 5 ago
Cloak and Dagger 6 ago
Interlude - Money Talks ago
Connections 1 ago
Connections 2 ago
Connections 3 ago
Connections 4 ago
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Connections 7 ago
Connections 8 ago
Interlude - Guardian Angel ago
Not a Chapter - New Art ago
Legacy 1 ago
Legacy 2 ago
Not a Chapter - ELLC Volume 3 is now live on Kindle ago
Legacy 3 ago
Legacy 4 ago
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Interlude - Thicker Than Water ago
What Lies Below 1 ago

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Easily the best read on RRL

I'm not sure what one can possibly say in terms of criticism of this story.

The characters are unique and constantly evolving, both physically and emotionally through the course of the adventure. The cosmology of the setting is super solid and interconnected. The skill system/advancement is gamified enough to be engaging but not "Ghosthounded" to the point that you have to scroll through 200 lines of the broody protagonist learning to breathe and jog and fart better just to get to the next chapter about him holding up a fucking rock for 150 pages.

Shit, did my loathing fall out? My loathing fell out didn't it...

Anyhow. The quality of the writing is magnitudes above what you'll find in the other stories, with the occasional typo or missed word being a result of the author typing too fast rather than the abhorrant lack of knowledge or regard for the English language that infests so many others. The plot is well formed and carried out, the pacing remains high enough that you never get bored and the balance of character development with combat and grotesquely interesting sexual deviance is spot-on.

Honestly, the only thing that I could even suggest to improve this story is to make the current title a subtitle under "The Legend of Boxxy" so it doesn't put off any potential readers.

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Initially i was deligthed that the title was a joke and this wasn't just some story with way too much focus on echi stuff. Then about 20-40 chapters in, the entire focus of the story shifted and suddenly everything was about sex... this made me both sad and ultimately unable to continue reading much futher :(

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Great Concept From a Developing Author

Great concept, the beginning is definitely my favorite part of the series. After about 20 chapters or so the author starts including some weird elements to it. Including every sex fetish ecchi novel writers are too conservative to include in their own fictions.

The author is a pretty solid writer. He knows how to use dialog tags and exposition properly, which I can't say about a lot of authors.

My biggest flaw with his writing style is that the author uses casual vocabulary where it doesn't fit. He'll describe a mischievous smile as being a "shit-eating grin". This is fine in casual conversation, but you expect the narrator to have a more mature vocabulary and pulls you out of immersion when you see it being used so strangely.

Grammar is fine. I don't see a lot of errors very often. I don't pay close attention to punctuation, but I didn't notice any overt problems.

Story is hit and miss. The start was just brilliant. But as the author changes the setting, he starts including some very awkward story elements.

For one, he'll introduce certain characters that you KNOW are destined to be killed off or some other miserable fate simply because of the way they're treated. Then the author develops those characters and tries to make you care about them. This takes place over the next 20-50 chapters all the while the author regularly reminds you "she's destined to die." No, don't do that. I don't want to care about people I know are going to die. At least make the death a surprise and don't advertise it every other chapter.

Then we have the sex scenes... This series includes every form of sex you didn't want to read about. We have fisting, dickgirls, rape, S&M, tentacle sex. The series didn't start with it, but got added later on. Often entire chapters are dedicated to describing a fetishistic sex scene in loving detail. I wish the author just dropped that whole element to the series personally, but some people seem to like it in the comments. Whatever. I'm not taking marks off for it, I'm just informing you that it's there.

The characters are pretty good aside from the authors need to add a new extreme fetish with each new character.

The protagonist is a wonderfully unique character I will admit. Although I feel like his knowledge of the world advances just a bit quickly considering his age. Just because you have high 'int' doesn't mean you have worldly experience. As of the current chapters, the protagonist handles every situation like he's an expert on the matter. I could leave it alone if the author skipped over more time, but it's a pretty ridiculous development speed.

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The seven day binge of all things boxxy

When i initially heard of this story i dismissed it as just another rehash of the litrpg monster "trope" one fateful day i was bored out of my mind with No more chapters in my story feed, and i decided. You know what to hell with it lets read this. Within the first few chapters the story had already set itself apart from many of Its brethren by completely forgoing the unneccesary reincarnation of some random dude into said monster. This made the monsters character as a monster more believeable than If some pudgy No-lifer died and had to be said monster. The only Real gripe i have is the short story arc after koras first summoning as it temporarily devolved into a smutfest of below average quality. Now at the end of my binge to catch up Im left wanting more of this higly entertaining story

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A surprise to be sure but a welcome one

Originally came here for big ass cat girl titties. Haven't gotten much of that so far but I have been presently surprised by what I've found and like it even more than what I expected to find. The character development is phenomenal, the story is insane, and the main character is lovable no matter how much he's changed throughout the story. I have to say that this is one of the greatest things I've ever read.

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just 5 stars doesn't do justice to this novel

initial i felt the title was a bait to bring readers in along with the "sexual content" tag but eventually as the story progressed there was large chest and largest chests too with plenty of sex along the ride. the story keeps evolving as the characters are well fleshed out with their own quirks and it's too much entertaining to read the adventures of a large chest with other large chests.

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If you can look past the sex...

Well, about time I put in a review as well.

As stated in the title of my review, it's very.VERY.simple. Most who don't like it have a misconception about the story, that later on it becomes all about the sexual content.


And they're completely right.


Except, they're not entirely right? I've only read it till Moonlighting, so I can't give a say about the future chapters- so my following review is only valid (technically, duh) till there. There is a LOT of sex in this story. And it isn't the vanilla, typical, love sex. It's brutal, it's gory, and it's very very messy. It has dickgirls and tentacle rape, and a distant case of necrophilia; the latter is a technical case.

Did I change your mind about reading it yet? No? Then you may have a chance at it. Fair enough, after I'd started it, I'd dropped it the moment I learnt of CASEFILE: GIRL WITH FIVE LIMBS. But months later, I thought why the heck not. It's there, Valerie's jugs inviting me. 'Read me,' they bouncy chests said. And as any healthy young man would do, I'd obeyed.

And let's say, the sex gets worse.

But as a bonus, everything else does indeed! The humor is subjective, but it isn't dull, it doesn't make you want to gouge your eyes out, unable to understand how this crap makes ANYONE laugh. Au contraire, it is funny, and you know it even if you don't like the type of humor. It's varied, diverse and the dialogues are witty as always.

BUT WAIT! THERE'S MORE! The world is vast. And the best part about it is that it isn't a frozen chunk of crap that refuses to change. It is a true world, with everything not being centred around the MC. Of course, certain things are - but that's a technicality. The protagonist's actions have consequences, and people react. The world weaves together, working as a working whole. This isn't a frozen world, people live here. One of my favorite things about this story is that it's fairly believable. indeed. Such a world feels vibrant and alive, other than the usual 'worlds' on here, usually being the 5 foot space around the Japanese beta idiot along with his horny catgirl, the world itself waiting for the MC to arrive so that it can FINALLY come to life.

So here's my advice to any readers that are on the fence. If you can look past the astonishing amount of fanservice, creampies and the semen overflows, ( I suspect the forests actually use the sperm as nutrition,which is why they do it so much) , you will have a world to enjoy with your guide being the chestiest chest that ever chested. It's a fun ride, look at the other reviews. They aren't talking about the sex, are they?

Onwards is the actual review- 

Style - Uses a typical third person perspective, that switches between limited and omniscient from time to time. Of course, the viewpoint switch mid-chapter is usually not to a side character, but to a member on the MC's entourage. Added points for the Omniscient when the MC was an idiot. If I had to make a comparison, I'd point you to the "adorable" narrator of the Stanley Parable- not exactly, but the wit is not so different, I'd say. That is much better at showing things rather than: "What's that? Oh damn, what's that?" until you eventually find out ten chapters later without a reason to care. 

A typical problem with litRPG that I have are those clunky, annoying, irrelevant status screens. Blue was a color I'd liked...once. This novel is not exempt from the aforementioned terrible sin, in fact, they are aplenty. But what makes ELLC different? Why, the status screens of course! The one way communication in response to an unexpected- to say the least- theft, the altering of the flow of chaos bringing you a paint job, and the age old rite of a civilization long forgotten making our dear MC lie in wait until he can finally drink some cold Codka once he's finally 18 fish of age.

No complaints. 


Story- I don't want to give away too much, because every reader has the right to read the glorious prologue and get hooked (Research suggests a 90 percent success rate; test subject-DUCK began quacking with excitement- although it could just as easily have been because I haven't fed it for months...). It follows the protagonist's inevitable rise to the top, with conflicts arising that do catch our beloved chest-lover off guard- even getting him in deep shit. The conflicts aren't very long lasting as they eventually fade away - except one conflict that I'm actually looking forward to. Certain things will keep you at the edge of your seat, and it's an amazing journey indeed.

BUT. Don't look at me like that. Chests are great, but the booty's here as well. The problem is the attention the author willingly gives to fanservice. It's a lot. It's useless, flimsy and not entertaining at all, and all it serves to do is hide that beautiful world from view. It was bearable the first few times, until it became unbearable. Of course, then you will reach the supreme state of Apathy. That's what I recommend as well. Just skip those paragraph worth loads of hot sticky loads. (Geddit?) There is also the extremely glaring problem of passivity. The protagonist has no goal, no overarching passion that it wants to work towards, the horses that pulls the plot forward. (Not the tasties and shinies, you  know what I'm  talking  about).There are chapters of lagging where there's fights with no real stakes (the grinding), and walking with no real... idk, you know, nothing happening for extended pages of lines. And I found myself skimming through them, absolutely disinterested. Things happen to the protagonist, as the protagonist really doesn't  need anything or do anything for it in a character's sense. Things happen to our poor dude. BUTT BUTT! There is credit to be given, for the storyline is held together by the undeniable wit that saturates the other pages - the glue that keeps me slogging through the brainless sex and boring sequences, because I know that once I do, I WILL be rewarded. Credits are due for that.


Grammar - Very tasty. No valid complaints. The occasional mispelling you don't notice because you're too busy beating your meat- or looking for the witty dialogue. I don't judge either way.... :3.


Character - Ah. Here be the conundrum. Because I love the cast as a whole. They are diverse, they are themselves, and they are amazing. The character interactions are the heart of this beauty, and I love the jabs the characters make toward each other. They are people, not caricatures.

But they are. The work inevitably falls into the pitfalls I dislike - tropes. NO! Not the typical tropes. Not the tsundere Loli or the airhead idiot - points, because there are only mountains, no plains- no, this is an evolved tropism, one that extends to only few characters AFAIK. Mutated tropes that combine and evolve, breaking through their limits and achieving apotheosis. Is this bad? No, this does make a unique character. So what's the problem? The usual problem that's inherent to a trope. This 'special' characteristic SO overplayed, so driven to the top, given so much attention,that it takes away from the character as a whole. 

But. This isn't a common problem per se, and thankfully not our adorable protagonist.

To be noted, the express reason I read this novel, despite its seas of cum, is its cast. I'm trying to write myself (over a span of years, kek) and this work has a plethora of interesting characters, and humor abound. They aren't idiots that blindly agree with the MC (except...some, the ones that are frequently exposed to the Tentaclysm - I call it the Nexus Effect) and have their own interests,their own motives, their own goals. 


In summation, this is undoubtedly a GREAT read. It's entertaining, gorgeous and has a verdant world that actually feels like a fantasy rather than being told "Dudes, this is totes dope ass fantassy".(Geddit?)

It also has extremely unnecessary sex, and sexual intercourse, along with infertile copulation. There's also this thing where the females are almost always horny bimbos- now I've seen people saying how it's because it's Misogyny concentrated, but I myself wildly disagree. It's like going to a hentai site, reading rape/similar-tagged comics and bitching about how women inexplicably give in- it's written to be a part-timing hentai (that serves to be useless, I assure you. It has no contribution to the plot, so ignoring it is completely alright) and complaining about that is, simply put- useless. And also, this is mostly reserved to the women exposed to the MC. The others are mostly fine. It's also easier to digest when thinking that this is a world where getting killed and fucked have equal chances - including both. "Speared someone to death with his dick," a certain someone's off-screen older brother managed, the certain someone said - and so, flirtatious/sexual encounters have higher chances to occur. Fuck while you can amirite? This is about the world as a whole, with relatively normal females. And you have to cut the demons some slack because hey- you can't have sex when you haven't been summoned. And their very existence (males and females alike) is fucking and/or killing.

And people. People, people people. This isn't Misogyny. This isn't hatred or prejudice against women. Women HAVE boobs. Women HAVE butts. And men love them, as men of good taste would do. We don't lewd manboobs, because real boobs are divine. Why must we war over the hentai plot of this beauty, when we can all join hands and unite under the banner of of those glorious blobs! tldr; it's not all women, get over it, deal with it.

And like a certain amazing God named Princess Delacarte Boobvaccum said, 


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Started for the novelty...

...stayed for the world. It took a while for me to really and truly enjoy the story, but once Keira joined up it really took off for me. The strange nihilistic theme that runs throughout the story is also great comedy, everyone trying to find meaning behind Boxxy and always falling flat. The world is also surprisingly complex, my favorite part thus far the war.

I also have a thing for large chests, so, yeah *cough*

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Honestly, I'm not entirely sure why this works. The main character is a horrible person/monster, the good characters you can root for die, and carfully laid plans and storylines can fall apart at a moments notice despite all the buildup.

I love it.

This story is extremely enjoyable, and I find it fun to read about the adventures of Boxxy T. Morningwood, despite its horrible nature. I love the world the author has created, and I find each new addition to it to be highly engaging and interesting. Love the story, and I can't wait to see where it goes next.

P.S. The lower character score is because some of them have little development, but that doesn't apply to all of them, and even those who are shallow are still fun to read about.

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Good when it's on topic

This story has an interesting premise and a great set of character POVs. Those characters are all very interesting, and the world around our infamous mimic is enough to get you to want to read for days. However, as much as the world is built and effort is made to get you into the minds of these people, it's really thrown out of the window by occasional bouts of mostly out of place erotic writing.

Of course, sex is perfectly natural, and there is a time and place for it in most media. Unfortunately, the tangent thread of adult descriptions goes on for too long, as if the author forgot that there was a scene beyond each characters bodies. I can understand that things that are normally taboo can be touched upon in a real way, as a consequence of the lives of people, but Everybody loves Large Chests seems to run aground every once in a while from its' own literary sailboat onto a sandbar of distasteful and out of place sex scenes. 

It claims to avoid making these erotic descriptions the forefront of the tale, but from where I'm reading, the plot's purpose is to build opportunities for more complex and fetishistic scenarios.

In short, it's weighs up as an overall great read, but when it gets bad, unrealistic, or uncomfortable, it REALLY gets bad, unrealistic, or uncomfortable.