Sunday, April 14, 2019

The Fattest Mormon

Phil Carrol, banished from his old life, wanders across the country in his Winnebago looking for prize money, and any competition will do. When he learns about an $8,000 prize for a weight-loss competition in the mostly Mormon small towns of Taylor and Snowflake, Arizona, he drive across the country binge-eating zingers and pizza to get ready to lose as much weight as possible.

This hustle could be it. He could finally come up with enough money to send himself to Japan to study his first love, Jiu-Jitsu, and lift his banishment from the sport. But, when he parks his Winnebago on the driveway of an old friend, his whole world is threatened by a narcissistic trainer, the best weight loss hustler in the country, and the 12th place crossfitting ex-husband of his beautiful personal trainer.


  1. This was an engaging perused with geniality and a couple of sudden turns. Characters were additionally very one of a kind - relatively few lead characters bring home the bacon attempting to hustle weight reduction challenges. The nature of the physical duplicate itself was likewise very great - the spread was decent and didn't feel excessively wobbly -

  2. This was an invigorating bit of LDS fiction. I enjoyed that the story included non-conventional Mormon characters: a "dry" Mormon, a Mormon with a swearing issues, a separated from Mormon. The depiction of these characters felt genuine and genuine. This book is likewise an entertaining perused with numerous many roar with laughter minutes. I anticipate the following book.