Book Review: Of Moose and Men by Torry Martin

Of Moose and Men: Lost and Found in Alaska is by actor, comedienne and self proclaimed hippie, Torry Martin.  If you’ve seen The Ultimate Legacy or the Resurrection of Gavin Stone you will recognize actor Torry Martin.

In his book, Torry Martin and his best friend, Rob, have moved to the Alaskan wilderness.  While there he is seeking many answers to life’s big questions.

In the meantime, he encounters one hilarious situation after another.  The stories will leave you laughing and shaking your head in disbelief.  Torry is unafraid to make fun of himself and share his own faults and mistakes.

Some of the antidotes he shares include a Reindeer with it’s head stuck in the kitchen, the man that tried to teach his dog to water ski by tying him to Torry’s dog, Torry pepper spraying himself, to getting his jeep into some unbelievable situations and countless encounters with bears and even a moose.

Torry Martin is hilarious and a master storyteller.  Each chapter ends with a take away lesson and relates it to a parable of Jesus or lesson in faith and trust of the master creator.

This is a book that both men and women alike will enjoy and find themselves laughing aloud.

With the help of Doug Peterson, Torry Martin has written an incredible book of stories you will not want to put down.   Each chapter is only a few pages each and can be read in a very short time, but once you get into the story I promise you won’t want it to end because you’ll be laughing so hard and wanting to know what happened next.

The only downfall to reading Torry Martin’s book, is waiting for his next book to be published, to discover what happened next.

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