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America's favorite uncle and best-selling author of Si-cology 1, Duck Dynasty's Si Robertson, opens up about how his faith has brought him peace and serenity throughout his many not-so-peaceful adventures.

Si Robertson has gone from chief duck-call maker to beloved star of A&E's Duck Dynasty. Through his transition he has remained untainted by the popularity and money and is the same man he was before stardom - generous, kind, compassionate, and a little bit crazy. Beginning where Si-cology 1 ended, Uncle Si gets much more personal as he talks about his life on the road as one of the show's favorites and how he feels about life after the show.

Si-renity is full of Si-style and hilarious stories as well as an up-close look inside the heart and faith of this loveable fan favorite. Cast members from the show reveal the kindness and compassion Si has for children, the military, and the less fortunate. Full of zany yet honest stories about his day-to-day life on the road, Si narrates the lessons he's learned about living life courageously and joyfully and shares his personal source of peace and love for others - both originating directly from his faith in God.

©2016 Si Robertson (P)2016 Simon & Schuster Audio

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Good look into the life and faith of Si

Good look into the life of Si Robertson. This book is Funny and faith filled.

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From southwest Georgia

loved it. Si is so real and down to earth. from southwest Georgia. Good read.

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Love it

This book tot me to keep my faith and watch duck dynasty (and I'm 11)

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Family Values

I heard about the television show years after it came on the air I ended up binge watching to catch up and Si Robertson is an amazing man that has lived a long Life. I am positive that he will always be in the lime light for years to come telling tales of what happened and what he is going to do in the future. He does put a face on a true American Hero from a war that nobody wanted to be a part of. I highly respect him. I have read the book and listed to the audible book and loved every minute.

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Uncle Si Reflects on Life Beyond Duck Dynasty

While, I may not be the worlds greatest Christian, ie) I’d rather be at work earning a wage on a Sun rather then being at church, then you should still be able to enjoy this book. Uncle Si reflects on a few things that he has gotten to experience in his life, like sing at the Grand Ole Opry, Drive a Monster Truck & various other things, he still as a good man of faith is able to include his faith & strength in his Christianity when it applies to certain situations like with his friend Phillip McMillan or meeting a fan somewhere. Unfortunately, when it came to that particular part of the book, that’s where it loses me. I am in full support of people & their choices of faith and how much you choose to practice it, talk about it, etc but please don’t think that I want to hear about it a lot. Other than that, I enjoyed the stories about life behind & beyond Duck Commander/Duck Dynasty.