Stormin' Mormon

Stormin' Mormon

by Phil Villarreal
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Stormin' Mormon 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A true magnum opus of epic proportions. Mr. Villareal keeps it real. Best enjoyed with a good single malt Islay scotch. Get yer Mormon on!
Guest More than 1 year ago
phil villarreal really hit a triple with his debut novel, 'stormin mormon'. in which, a radio dj, saul cruz, falls for a girl who may be the woman of his dreams, jerusha goodman. jerusha is a student at the university of arizona and feels reciprocal attraction for saul. The only problem is they are both in monotonous, boring relationships with people who love them and neither want to cheat. Saul devises a plan where he and jerusha will feign their devoutness to the church of mormon, thus allowing their current significant others to become frustrated and ultimately break off the relationships. This in turn will permit saul and jerusha to date one another free of guilt. this, the first of hopefully many novels from phil villareal, is an absolute addiction. the hilariously realistic dialogue, feels like it was pulled out of the my very own head. i highly recommend, this very relatable book to everyone who is literate and am anxiously awaiting phil's follow up.
Guest More than 1 year ago
When I got this book i was excited to read it and hoped it would be wonderful. Unfortunately, Mr. Villarreal has problems getting his point across in his writing. About half way through I just wanted the pain to stop. I can't in good faith recommend this book to anyone.