By: Si Robertson, Mark Schlabach
Read by: Si Robertson, Jay Stone
Publisher: Simon and Schuster Audio
Publication Date: September 3, 2013
Format: Audio CD
If you don’t know who Si Robertson is by now then you must be living under a rock. He is one of my favorite characters from Duck Dynasty. Getting the chance to review his audio was a treat. I was looking forward to some witty advice for Uncle Si. I was also hoping to learn a different side of Si.
Si takes us through some serious times in his life. Mainly Vietnam. It defined who he is today and also is the reason for his Tupperware cup. If you want to know the story behind his cup you will have to read or listen to his book because I’m not spoiling that story. Mixing his normal tall tales in with reality, he brings us into his life from the time he was born all the way to today. He lets us know that he has had many trials and his faith is what got him through.
Si Robertson did not let me down and it was nice that he even read most of his own stories himself. Though the chapters are unorganized and a bit random it provided several humorous parts and also manyinspiring moments peppered in. Quick, fun read and if you are a true Duck Dynasty fan you won’t be disappointed (and that’s a fact, Jack!!)