not every book, just those participating 120,000. still, whoa indeed.
Strangely, there's no field for this full-text search on the full-fledged Search page in the Books store, and there doesn't seem to be a way to use it in the Power Search field, either. It seems to only work (so far) from the basic Search field in the left-hand margin.

That said, I'm pleased to see that the #1 result for a search on "throbbing nodule" is indeed Jean M. Auel's The Valley of Horses, which remains the winner of my own personal Bad Sex Award. :-)
Oh, yes, sadly. For my sins, I have read the rest of it.

• Watch as Our Heroine invents every item and technique of importance from her era, from the atlatl to stone-knapping to herbalism to the woman-on-top position!
• Gasp (though not as much as the characters in the book) at the manly exploits of Our Hero as he screws his way across Prehistoric Europe!
• Snort In Amusement as Our Heroine feels strange urges while watching the titular horses shag!
• Groan (though, again, not as much as the characters) at the cheesy plot manipulations required to bring Our Hero and Our Heroine together!
• Wince at the purple prose in the sex scenes ("throbbing nodule" is not at all an atypical example)! And finally,
• Lose It Completely at the stunning revelation that Our Heroine's... uh... passage... is the only one that's ever been able to contain Our Hero's entire... uh... well, organ.

Dear gods, I think I'm scarred for life by having read this book. :-)

Dear gods, I think I'm scarred for life by having read this book.


Dear gods, I think I'm scarred for life by having read this synopsis.
I was in the band for "Fiddler on the Roof" in high school, and I get "frumasara frumasara" (I'm sure that's a horrible travesty of a spelling) every time I see your username. :)
holeee ....

hmm. waiting for the inevitable attack someone will launch. If it all can be search, then all that text can probably be retrieved by hook or by crook.

very cool - and very dangerous to my wallet