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Matriarch Miss Kay, Korie, Missy, Jessica, and Lisa Robertson speak out in this insightful book about their roles in the crazy Robertson family and the core values that make this family work. An Inside Look at the Robertson Women In the pages of this book, you’ll find both fun and inspirational stories . . . Kay shares the honest story of her relationship with Phil—and h Matriarch Miss Kay, Korie, Missy, Jessica, and Lisa Robertson speak out in this insightful book about their roles in the crazy Robertson family and the core values that make this family work. An Inside Look at the Robertson Women In the pages of this book, you’ll find both fun and inspirational stories . . . Kay shares the honest story of her relationship with Phil—and his wild and philandering years—and the challenges of being a teenage mother. Even more amazing, she shares the forgiveness she offered Phil and how they have now celebrated forty-eight years of marriage. Korie tells of her first encounter with Phil when she was in just the fifth grade. At that first meeting Phil came right out and told her what good husbands his boys would make and that she should keep an eye on them. She also shares the reaction her parents had when she told them that she and Willie were getting married when she was only eighteen. Missy tells the story of their daughter, Mia, who was born with a cleft palate, and their adjustments to this condition and Mia’s joyful spirit that inspires them all. Jessica recounts her first conversation with Jep and how unimpressed she was when Jep bragged that his dad was the Duck Commander Phil Robertson. She told him she’d heard of Daffy Duck, Donald Duck, and Duck, Duck, Goose— but not the Duck Commander. Lisa reveals the serious marriage problems she and Al had—problems that almost ended their marriage for good—and how they worked through those issues to have a more stable and loving marriage than she ever imagined possible.


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Matriarch Miss Kay, Korie, Missy, Jessica, and Lisa Robertson speak out in this insightful book about their roles in the crazy Robertson family and the core values that make this family work. An Inside Look at the Robertson Women In the pages of this book, you’ll find both fun and inspirational stories . . . Kay shares the honest story of her relationship with Phil—and h Matriarch Miss Kay, Korie, Missy, Jessica, and Lisa Robertson speak out in this insightful book about their roles in the crazy Robertson family and the core values that make this family work. An Inside Look at the Robertson Women In the pages of this book, you’ll find both fun and inspirational stories . . . Kay shares the honest story of her relationship with Phil—and his wild and philandering years—and the challenges of being a teenage mother. Even more amazing, she shares the forgiveness she offered Phil and how they have now celebrated forty-eight years of marriage. Korie tells of her first encounter with Phil when she was in just the fifth grade. At that first meeting Phil came right out and told her what good husbands his boys would make and that she should keep an eye on them. She also shares the reaction her parents had when she told them that she and Willie were getting married when she was only eighteen. Missy tells the story of their daughter, Mia, who was born with a cleft palate, and their adjustments to this condition and Mia’s joyful spirit that inspires them all. Jessica recounts her first conversation with Jep and how unimpressed she was when Jep bragged that his dad was the Duck Commander Phil Robertson. She told him she’d heard of Daffy Duck, Donald Duck, and Duck, Duck, Goose— but not the Duck Commander. Lisa reveals the serious marriage problems she and Al had—problems that almost ended their marriage for good—and how they worked through those issues to have a more stable and loving marriage than she ever imagined possible.

30 review for The Women of Duck Commander: Surprising Insights from the Women Behind the Beards About What Makes This Family Work

  1. 5 out of 5

    Bridgit

    If you want dirty deets about the Robertson men, then this book is NOT for you! These women are not here to gossip, but did explain some of their struggles, however they spent a lot of time not only praising God, but praising their husbands and each other. They are wonderful examples of godly wives with awesome advice and consistently sharing their faith. 5 stars!!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Susan Snodgrass

    Let me say this right off the bat: I love Duck Dynasty. We never miss the show. Lots of folks call the Duck Men rednecks and they'd be true. But they are some of the nicest rednecks I've ever seen! The Robertsons love God, plain and simple, and have built their lives around their faith. However, for Phil Robertson, life was not always about faith. He did a lot of rough living before coming to Christ. And Miss Kay stuck by him through all his rough living and disregard for family. This book is told Let me say this right off the bat: I love Duck Dynasty. We never miss the show. Lots of folks call the Duck Men rednecks and they'd be true. But they are some of the nicest rednecks I've ever seen! The Robertsons love God, plain and simple, and have built their lives around their faith. However, for Phil Robertson, life was not always about faith. He did a lot of rough living before coming to Christ. And Miss Kay stuck by him through all his rough living and disregard for family. This book is told by the women of Duck Commander: Kay, Lisa, Missy,Korie and Jessica Robertson. Each woman writes part of each chapter. They lay it on the line, too. They don't hold back. The reader hears things that would have brought most of us down pretty low. But through all their troubles and heartaches, these women held onto God and trusted Him to bring them through. I was moved deeply hearing some of their life circumstances and blessed at hearing how they clung to God during these rough times. Jessica says, "Joy does not come from what we have; it comes from knowing God." These ladies mean what they say and they are an inspiration to me. I thoroughly enjoyed this book.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kristin

    This book offers a deeper look at these women, their faith, and families which I found humorous and inspirational; I admire the compassion this family has for its members and "others" in general. Their stories left me with a significantly more favorable impression of the Robertsons than I had from their show alone, which I understand is designed foremost for entertainment value. The family has a lot more to offer/teach than is presented on TV, and I'm glad they have a platform to share their his This book offers a deeper look at these women, their faith, and families which I found humorous and inspirational; I admire the compassion this family has for its members and "others" in general. Their stories left me with a significantly more favorable impression of the Robertsons than I had from their show alone, which I understand is designed foremost for entertainment value. The family has a lot more to offer/teach than is presented on TV, and I'm glad they have a platform to share their history, faith, and example. Only 3 stars because while I did enjoy it, it was repetitive at times and felt very "on-message" and controlled. While it no doubt took courage to tell some of the stories, it definitely did not feel a deeply self-reflective account. Oh well, there is plenty to glean from it anyway!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Lindsey Riley

    This book is full of great stuff... faith, family, food, and ducks! Content-wise, this book deserved a five star review, but writing-wise, it only deserved four stars. I know a writer was employed to compose the book on behalf of the duck ladies, but she was sadly not that great. I'm excited to read Phil and Jase's books now! This book is full of great stuff... faith, family, food, and ducks! Content-wise, this book deserved a five star review, but writing-wise, it only deserved four stars. I know a writer was employed to compose the book on behalf of the duck ladies, but she was sadly not that great. I'm excited to read Phil and Jase's books now!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Gina

    I find this family fascinating and enjoy watching the show. However, I didn't think this book was very well written. I am glad it wasn't a gossipy tell-all, but at the same time I found it repetitive and needing organization. Each of these women has an interesting story, but one short chapter each didn't do those stories justice. I find this family fascinating and enjoy watching the show. However, I didn't think this book was very well written. I am glad it wasn't a gossipy tell-all, but at the same time I found it repetitive and needing organization. Each of these women has an interesting story, but one short chapter each didn't do those stories justice.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Kim

    This book is more about god and their faith in god than about their actual lives. For example Jessica hints at the fact that Jep almost didn't date her because of her past but never actually gets into what happened - Lisa - Allan's wife was the most forthcoming of them all which was strange considering she has never been on the show before except the last episode when she said I am Lisa, Allan's wife. I had no idea Jase's son were as old as they are but since they are not on the show either. Phi This book is more about god and their faith in god than about their actual lives. For example Jessica hints at the fact that Jep almost didn't date her because of her past but never actually gets into what happened - Lisa - Allan's wife was the most forthcoming of them all which was strange considering she has never been on the show before except the last episode when she said I am Lisa, Allan's wife. I had no idea Jase's son were as old as they are but since they are not on the show either. Phil's book Happy, Happy, Happy and Willie's book Duck Commander tell the family story - this book although it was OK was more of a why you should love God and be his servant than about the wives of the Duck commanders.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Maureen

    Much better than I expected. The women are all honest - they laugh about their reputations as "gold diggers", since all of them married young: way before success or television came their way One of the wives mentioned her husband skinning a few extra raccoons so they could buy clothes for their daughter to wear to school. They are quite frank about their faith, and how they do not care how it looks to others on the outside. the book was refreshing and a joy to read. Much better than I expected. The women are all honest - they laugh about their reputations as "gold diggers", since all of them married young: way before success or television came their way One of the wives mentioned her husband skinning a few extra raccoons so they could buy clothes for their daughter to wear to school. They are quite frank about their faith, and how they do not care how it looks to others on the outside. the book was refreshing and a joy to read.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Crystal

    Pretty good book just not what I expected. Most of the book was spent talking about how great so and so was. Or how awesome their family is. Don't get me wrong it's nice to hear but I was more interested in hearing stories about their lives and their families lives, about experiences they have gone thru in life. Pretty good book just not what I expected. Most of the book was spent talking about how great so and so was. Or how awesome their family is. Don't get me wrong it's nice to hear but I was more interested in hearing stories about their lives and their families lives, about experiences they have gone thru in life.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Dora

    This book was OK, but terribly repetitive. It could have been done in half the pages/chapters. Plus, the first section just read like a school assignment. I didn't really learn anything new about anyone, either. Disappointing. This book was OK, but terribly repetitive. It could have been done in half the pages/chapters. Plus, the first section just read like a school assignment. I didn't really learn anything new about anyone, either. Disappointing.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Barbara

    My boyfriiend gave me this book for my birthday, since we love watching this show together. Happily, it is not a wince inducing tell-all. Yet, reading these stories, you appreciate their faith, their strength, and their strong values. It was uplifting without being too heavy handed. bravo!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Mel

    The women of the Robertson family tell how they met their husband's, the trials they've endured, and the strength they all have: through God, His Word, and each other. There were a few endearing stories, but compared to unPhiltered, this book just didn't do anything for me. The women of the Robertson family tell how they met their husband's, the trials they've endured, and the strength they all have: through God, His Word, and each other. There were a few endearing stories, but compared to unPhiltered, this book just didn't do anything for me.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Trisha

    Probably my least favorite of all the Duck Dynasty books I've listened to so far... I enjoy the ones with the funny anecdotes - this was more serious/preachy and less fun. Probably my least favorite of all the Duck Dynasty books I've listened to so far... I enjoy the ones with the funny anecdotes - this was more serious/preachy and less fun.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca (bookishbex)

    It was a good read, but if you have read any of the other Robertson's books, this is very redundant- same stories, anecdotes, etc. It does, however, have Miss Kay's biscuit recipe....yum! It was a good read, but if you have read any of the other Robertson's books, this is very redundant- same stories, anecdotes, etc. It does, however, have Miss Kay's biscuit recipe....yum!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Andrea

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This book really didn't need to be written. It barely had any new information at all and most of it could be found in each of their books where they wrote about their lives. This was just a waste of time almost and didn't have much to offer. It wasn't what I expected and it wasn't well written. The constant bouncing back and forth between the women became too much and this should have been organized better. She said they talked forthright and had marital fidelity but two of them cheated on their This book really didn't need to be written. It barely had any new information at all and most of it could be found in each of their books where they wrote about their lives. This was just a waste of time almost and didn't have much to offer. It wasn't what I expected and it wasn't well written. The constant bouncing back and forth between the women became too much and this should have been organized better. She said they talked forthright and had marital fidelity but two of them cheated on their spouses. I didn't like the setup in the beginning at all. It was so generic. Favorite color. Favorite food. How many days Kay spent in a duck blind. It was like a middle school personality test or done dumb little quiz online, hardly the deep insight into what makes them who they are as we'd been promised. Interesting that Kay said the best advice she ever got was from her grandma saying she'd have to fight for her marriage, and that pretty is as pretty does, and the worst advice was people telling her to leave Phil. Nice that Missy said the best advice she's been given is that the best thing she can do for her kids is love their dad. I didn't understand why Jessica said the worst advice was that God would never want you to be unhappy. I thought that bore an explanation. It's nice that Kay never wanted to be a mom-in-law that thought no girl was good enough for her son or who competed with the daughter-in-law. Despite saying that they weren't thin-skinned and weren't offended because it wasn't true, Jessica was in your face about the fact that none of them married the men for their money, what with saying "Let me set the record straight" and "you can take that to the bank." It was so nice to learn that Kay thought you should only sleep with one person because I do too. I got so fed up with all of the letters. I just wanted the full story already and not these small snippets. Literally they ran through almost every family dynamic as if we wanted to hear about how they thought of the family in every perspective, every single possible angle that could be. First the author wrote a paragraph in general about what all of the women thought of the husbands in general. Then each woman wrote about meeting her husband separately. Then the writer wrote what all thought of Miss Kay in general, then each woman wrote something about her. Then the same thing happened for Phil. Then I had to suffer through yet another paragraph describing both Kay and Phil together and then all 4 women describing them as a couple. Then, if that wasn't boring enough, they actually specified them again as grandparents. Wtf. This is the worst format I've ever seen for a book. I couldn't believe what I was seeing. I sarcastically expected them to go on to describe Kay and Phil as an uncle and aunt, brother and sister and how that dynamic was different from the others. Obviously it's up to them what they want to share, they don't owe us their life story, but when you say you're sharing your story to help others and you don't actually say what happened then that isn't helping anyone. Simply saying you had drama in your life or things were bad doesn't tell us anything. It was interesting that Miss Kay thought it was so important to write down things your grandparents say to have to read when they're gone and to remember your family history. I've done that myself for years and years because I thought it was so important to remember that stuff. It was so special that Kay wants her grandkids to have adventures and has them do things like walk in the woods and listen to all the sounds, and have a library at her house that they can check books out of and write their names on a slip like a real library. It was nice learning more about Lisa and so nice to hear that she wants a relationship with her grandkids that they can tell her anything and she won't stop loving them, but sad that because of her past she taught them where it's okay to be touched and where it isn't. I didn't like the dig Korie took at Americans, in defense of Rebecca, their foreign exchange student, who I guess she assumed everyone had a problem with for not being an American, because she said she graduated from the state university in just four years, "right on schedule--something lots of Americans can't do!" That completely rubbed me the wrong way. If someone can't finish college in 4 years "right on schedule," or if they can't ever finish college for any reason, and there are a myriad of them, then that isn't something you should take a shot at. Everything has to be so PC, like you think immigrants aren't good for America, well she graduated on time and a lot of stupid Americans can't do that. Someone's struggles in college are nothing to scorn. Someone must have said something about Rebecca, or she's assuming they will because she wasn't an American, and so got defensive. I didn't care for it at all. I had read from Missy's book that her and Jase waited for their wedding night and how long they waited before, but it was still funny that they knew exactly how many days they waited. I was disappointed that her story went back to Mia and the cleft palate, which I understand was a defining moment of all their lives, but I had read so much about it in Missy's book. She's already written a book about it, almost the entire book revolved around it, and now this was going into it too. This is supposed to be her story and being a woman in the family so I didn't want to read about that again. I got frustrated at times when they would write things like "it was scary" or they have to deal with tough times and I'm like how was it scary? What exactly did Phil do? How specifically was that time tough? I also had no idea what Kay meant when she said Alan's work as a preacher makes people nervous. That needed to be explained. A good point that Missy made that she sees all of her material things as gifts from God and that if you think you deserve something and that you got it because of your own deeds it will be harder for you to share it. I wonder if she feels the same way now about the parable in which the man was only given one talent and since he didn't do anything with it it was taken away from him, now that the show has ended. Interesting that Miss Kay said she hopes that if they ever forget where they came from that God take it all away from them and let them go back to how things were, and that Alan gets them together for a reality check about their lives and not to let fame affect them negatively. At least we got to hear about the negative sides of it and see that things really do make them mad and that they're not just fine with everything. Miss Kay gets mad when women throw themselves at her sons or Phil and Si and don't respect that they're married.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    So we know about the men. "Duck Dynasty" fans can provide a brief character synopsis of each off their tongues. But what about the stylishly dressed dolls on their arms that appear to clash with their camo? We may see a brief “talking head” of the wives on the show, but we haven’t been able to truly tap into their head- until now. Answers to those questions brewing in the heads of many are finally sufficed. The BIG QUESTION: Are these women gold diggers? Answer: Not a chance. It would surprise most So we know about the men. "Duck Dynasty" fans can provide a brief character synopsis of each off their tongues. But what about the stylishly dressed dolls on their arms that appear to clash with their camo? We may see a brief “talking head” of the wives on the show, but we haven’t been able to truly tap into their head- until now. Answers to those questions brewing in the heads of many are finally sufficed. The BIG QUESTION: Are these women gold diggers? Answer: Not a chance. It would surprise most of us to realize that these women fell in love with their Robertson man when he was beardless, dimple grinning, preppy, and poor. Much of the book chronicles past memories, the trials of newlywed years and the shift that came into the women’s lives as Duck Commander took flight with its successful sales. I was surprised by the vulnerabilities of each woman throughout the pages and loved the style of shifting POVs. I know some were irritated by it, but I loved to see each woman's perspective through their own set of eyes. Each of the women chronicle their love stories with their Robertson man, along with some very personal struggles: the torment of childhood sexual abuse, marital affairs, dismal financial woes, among others. Through the pages, we truly tap into the heart of each woman. I was expecting the superficial surface stories of similar books, but this one shined sheer genuineness. You can read more about the squirrel brains, beards, Sephora lipstick and frog legs, and of course the family that has many of us wanting to grow together as a unified people group of faith even more. http://inkblotsofanidealist.com/women...

  16. 4 out of 5

    katyjanereads

    1. I cried twice reading this book. Stories of miracles and salvation and the way God works in people's lives makes me emotional. 2. I've read all of the other Robertson books so far and loved all of them. I think it would be good to give this book to a struggling woman. Whether that be with her faith, her marriage, her children, or her place in the world. This is a very encouraging book that would really help a woman in need. 3. I liked the question and answer session in the back. 4. It was good 1. I cried twice reading this book. Stories of miracles and salvation and the way God works in people's lives makes me emotional. 2. I've read all of the other Robertson books so far and loved all of them. I think it would be good to give this book to a struggling woman. Whether that be with her faith, her marriage, her children, or her place in the world. This is a very encouraging book that would really help a woman in need. 3. I liked the question and answer session in the back. 4. It was good to get to know Alan and Lisa more. I think I would like to meet Lisa the most. Some of her stories are similar to my childhood so I identified with her. 5. They talk about faith and being grounded and being humble. I truly hope the whole family stays that way. It's amazing to have a Christian family in the media standing up for God and his commandments. 6. The pictures were a great addition. Mrs. Kay's pictures are so cute. 7. They are great women. It was fun to read about Duck Dynasty from their perspective.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Judy Stasiak

    While I found the book interesting, I also found the stories a bit repetitive--especially if you have read any of the other books written by the family. There were 'new' stories- just not quite what I had expected. I would describe the book as a series of short stories written by each wife--in other words, it is a page or two written by this wife, then it switches to the next wife and so on. The book had a common "everything is positive and happy" theme. The ladies really convey that they see jus While I found the book interesting, I also found the stories a bit repetitive--especially if you have read any of the other books written by the family. There were 'new' stories- just not quite what I had expected. I would describe the book as a series of short stories written by each wife--in other words, it is a page or two written by this wife, then it switches to the next wife and so on. The book had a common "everything is positive and happy" theme. The ladies really convey that they see just about everything that happens in their lives as a good thing--even the "bad" stuff is seen as a positive way to grow in life. Not necessarily bad, just more of a "seeing everything through rose colored glasses" sort of a feel. That feeling will appeal to some readers more than others.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Candielouhoo

    So far this is by far the best book I have read that has been penned by any of the Robertson clan! These women are no holds barred the most honest and real women who seem to be telling things as they are whether they be good or bad, happy or sad! They are not afraid to say that Phil is a Hard man because they can back that statement with one as equally complementary as, that he is who he is and makes no apology! If he weren't that way he would not be the man we have grow to love and deeply respe So far this is by far the best book I have read that has been penned by any of the Robertson clan! These women are no holds barred the most honest and real women who seem to be telling things as they are whether they be good or bad, happy or sad! They are not afraid to say that Phil is a Hard man because they can back that statement with one as equally complementary as, that he is who he is and makes no apology! If he weren't that way he would not be the man we have grow to love and deeply respect! They are telling the good, the bad and the ugly in this one! And so far it Is straight forward and geeat! They are not perfect and they tell you so themselves!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

    This book was an uplifting, easy read...which in many ways I needed, especially after the last book I read. I have a lot of respect for the women of the Duck Commander. I have only recently started watching "Duck Dynasty", but I love the family atmosphere. A quote on page 240 from Korie best describes my opinion on their show: "Some people have been surprised at our success; others are simply grateful to have a family-centered show that keeps the language clean, affirms traditional values, and ho This book was an uplifting, easy read...which in many ways I needed, especially after the last book I read. I have a lot of respect for the women of the Duck Commander. I have only recently started watching "Duck Dynasty", but I love the family atmosphere. A quote on page 240 from Korie best describes my opinion on their show: "Some people have been surprised at our success; others are simply grateful to have a family-centered show that keeps the language clean, affirms traditional values, and honors God in every episode." Yes! And I love, love, love Miss Kay.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Hannah

    I LOVED this book! While I am a teenager and not a mother or wife I thought it gave me a great picture of how a God loving mother should be. I love how they incorporated stories about hard times in their lives. Its so amazing how much Faith and love for God these women have. I hope to be just as good as a mother as these ladies are. This book has encouraged me to be more friendly and open to people and to also spread God's word. What a great gift of Salvation he has given us. I LOVED this book! While I am a teenager and not a mother or wife I thought it gave me a great picture of how a God loving mother should be. I love how they incorporated stories about hard times in their lives. Its so amazing how much Faith and love for God these women have. I hope to be just as good as a mother as these ladies are. This book has encouraged me to be more friendly and open to people and to also spread God's word. What a great gift of Salvation he has given us.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Morgan Duplechin

    I LOVE Duck Dynasty! Every time I see one of the Duck Dynasty books I immediately grab it and start reading it knowing I'll love it before I finish it. This book was no exception. This book included tons of stories on the women of Duck Commander. I really enjoyed reading all of their stories and I loved learning more about the Robertson family and their faith and values. This book was a great read. Happy reading! ;) I LOVE Duck Dynasty! Every time I see one of the Duck Dynasty books I immediately grab it and start reading it knowing I'll love it before I finish it. This book was no exception. This book included tons of stories on the women of Duck Commander. I really enjoyed reading all of their stories and I loved learning more about the Robertson family and their faith and values. This book was a great read. Happy reading! ;)

  22. 5 out of 5

    Bridgit

    If you want dirty deets about the Robertson men, then this book is NOT for you! These women are not here to gossip, but did explain some of their struggles, however they spent a lot of time not only praising God, but praising their husbands. They are wonderful examples of godly wives with awesome advice and consistently sharing their faith. 5 stars!!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Robin

    I thought this was pretty good. I have read some of the other books about the Robertson's and feel some of this was repetitive. They shared about their lives before becoming Robertson's and the families they came from. How they came from Christian families. They also shared some about their children. Most of what they shared about the family has been in previous books. I thought this was pretty good. I have read some of the other books about the Robertson's and feel some of this was repetitive. They shared about their lives before becoming Robertson's and the families they came from. How they came from Christian families. They also shared some about their children. Most of what they shared about the family has been in previous books.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Kristina Silverbears

    If you can make it through the first half of this book it's worth it. The first half reads like a homework assignment. I appreciate that each woman's voice sounds somewhat unique, like they had more of a hand in writing it. Meeting Lisa ( Alan's wife) was nice, but it really made me curious about Si's missing wife. If you can make it through the first half of this book it's worth it. The first half reads like a homework assignment. I appreciate that each woman's voice sounds somewhat unique, like they had more of a hand in writing it. Meeting Lisa ( Alan's wife) was nice, but it really made me curious about Si's missing wife.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jana

    Getting to know a bit more of the personal side I can't say I was surprised by anything I read. I've been a fan of the show and it was nice to read a little more about the personal side of each of the women. Getting to know a bit more of the personal side I can't say I was surprised by anything I read. I've been a fan of the show and it was nice to read a little more about the personal side of each of the women.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Jayme

    I listened to this as an audiobook and I really enjoyed it! It was read by all 5 ladies at various parts. It was nice to hear their perspectives on what has happened to their families, and they were very candid about the hardships that their relationships have been through.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

    I've never watched Duck Dynasty, but after reading this, I'm going to! It was the perfect amount of their belief in God and their personal family's experiences - with a touch of humor! I love that the wives read their individual chapters too. I've never watched Duck Dynasty, but after reading this, I'm going to! It was the perfect amount of their belief in God and their personal family's experiences - with a touch of humor! I love that the wives read their individual chapters too.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Brianna

    I really enjoyed this book. The stories, or more like miracles, are very moving. I love this family!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    Another encouraging book summarizing the history if the Robertson clan. Focus on God and family. A very interesting read!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Rosemary Yakubowski

    Another well written informative book on the family behind Duck Dynasty. Good read

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