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Happy, Happy, Happy: My Life and Legacy as the Duck Commander

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Happy, Happy, Happy: My Life and Legacy as the Duck Commander

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From the TV smash hit Duck Dynasty® comes a no-holds-barred autobiography of Phil Robertson and the three things that matter most to him: Faith, family, and ducks.

It isn’t often that a person can live a dream, but Phil Robertson—better known as the Duck Commander—has proven that it is possible with vision, hard work, helping hands, and an unshakable faith in the Almighty. Phil’s is the remarkable story of one man who followed his faith in God and soon after invented a duck call that would begin an incredible journey to the life he had always dreamed of for himself and his family. In the love of his country, his family, and his maker, Phil has finally found the ingredients to the good life he always wanted.

In Happy, Happy, Happy, you’ll go beyond the scenes of Duck Dynasty and learn about Phil’s colorful past and the wild road to the blessed life he leads today. Before, Phil’s passion for the outdoors led him down some shady paths, and as a young proprietor of a rough bar, he says, he lived a life of “romping, stomping, and ripping.” But through it all, Phil felt he was a “called” man—called to live off the land, called to leave a career in football for duck hunting, called to create a new kind of duck call, and finally, called to follow God and lead a life of faith.

In this eye-opening book, you’ll feel like you’re sitting face-to-face with Phil as he tells his story, and you’ll see that his enthusiasm for duck hunting and the Lord is no act—it is truly who he is.
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Enjoyable readI didn't watch Duck Dynasty when my husband first said something about it at the beginning of the year. I thought it was a hunting show. My husband also watches some other not-so-exciting reality shows like Gold Rush and Deadliest Catch. Then he turned on Duck Dynasty when I was reading something else, not paying attention. All of a sudden Si was on the screen and said something hysterical. From then on, I was hooked.I have come to adore the Robertson family. Si is tremendously charming and who doesn't love and respect a Viet Nam vet? Then there's Phil - barely smiles and hard as a rock, but conveys intelligent sarcasm and humor. Phil's account of his life and the business is truly warming. Phil is very honest about his own dark behavior and other family secrets that A&E leaves out of the episodes.Other reviewers thought he had too many bible references. Yes, they were there, but I didn't find them annoying. They give an inside perspective on Phil's thoughts. That's what I expect from an autobiography.Actually, I do have a critical point to mention - the book was too short. I could have read twice as much about the family from this patriarch. Family that stands together needs to be celebrated more in our society.I recommend this book and hope others enjoy it as much as I did.5Good Story Of A Man Overcoming HIs Dark Side And Making A DifferenceThis is an inspiring story of a not nice man making a change for the better. I like it that he does not sugar coat anything to make him look better during the hard times he put his family through. It is a great story that is a page turner. He is a controversial subject for some, but anyone who makes a stand for anything sets themselves up to be ridiculed. If you stand for nothing or go with the politically correct crowd.If you are not a believer you will most likely be annoyed with this story. I found it to be a great story of how we can change for the better no matter how bad things currently are with a little (or a lot) of help from above.Reccomended5If you like the show, you'll probably also enjoy thisMy husband and I are both college educated, with some "rural upbringing", and we love this show for the fun and the family values. So I bought this book for my husband because he is probably the biggest fan of the 5 of us in our house. He's not a big reader, but he literally could not put this book down, and read it several evenings in a row after work, until it was done. I was shocked. He thoroughly enjoyed most of it - said there was only one part that lost him a little where Phil goes on a little long and in detail about ducks and hunting them, but he still read through that part too. He liked it so much, I bought him the book that Willie wrote, "The Duck Commander Family: How Faith, Family, and Ducks Built a Dynasty", which he said he enjoyed even more than Phil's book. Waiting now for the release of Jase's book, which I plan to also read myself - love his sarcastic wit!5Never Judge a Book by It's CoverOur son got us started watching Duck Dynasty. He and his family love the show and watch it every timeit's on. We said "Yeah, okay we'll watch it." But we never got around to doing it. Finally one night wecame across it and stopped to watch - we are now hooked on this funny, family show. What good Godfearing people they are, and such a close family. Even though they like to give each other a bad time,I'm sure no 'outsider' would try it or you would hear from the 'whole' family and that's a lot of people!Now that I've read the book (I also bought The Duck Commander Family) I feel like I know each oneof them warts and all. This book tells the real story behind the family business and I enjoyed everypage, I literally couldn't put it down. The book flows so well it's like Phil is in the room telling the tale.I gave this book 5 Stars - if I could give it 10 I would. BTW I ordered one for our son, but ourgrandson got to it first, so our son has to wait his turn. Great book, one for the whole family.You will learn why Phil is Happy, Happy, Happy!!5A Great Book about a "For Real" Family!I recently discovered the Duck Dynasty television show and I am hooked! It's about time we had a decent, "real", moral family on television showing us how they worked hard and "made" it, but how it hasn't changed who these people are. I will be very disappointed if they ever let their success go to their heads. I have read Willie and Korie's book and just finished Phil's memoir. I admire him for living his life in the pages of this book just as he has lived it all his life, and for not being ashamed to say what he stands for. That's the problem with America today: a lot of people are fakes and also think they must be politically correct. It's about time people stand up and speak out about their true beliefs. The Robertson family represents what made this country great. The problem with most rags to riches stories is that when people reach the riches part, they forget where they came from. Not this family! I admire the way Phil admits to his weaknesses and admits to the mistakes he made in his past but he is not ashamed to say that he did not do it "on his own". I admire the way he and Kay raised their sons and the values that each of those men are instilling in their own children and how they are all paying back through their faith. The Duck Commander story is an uplifting tale that we can all learn from...a story of persistence and belief in oneself and family, God and country. It's heartwarming and a "feel-good" book, but it's not saccharine-y or mawkish and not a tale of "tooting one's own horn". Phil gives the credit for his success where it's ultimately due: to the Lord.5Interesting, Inspirational, and RevealingThis is an autobiography of Duck Dynasty's founding father, Phil Robertson. It is an absolutely fascinating read. You may recall that Phil's comments to GQ magazine caused quite a furor in 2013, and you probably either love or hate the show based on his family on A&E cable channel. This book, among other things, puts his comments in perspective - something the mass media did not attempt to do.And, it does a lot more than that. I even learned a lot more than I knew about hunting and duck calls. In fact I had no idea the duck call business could be that good -- but, I've read elsewhere that the business has made him worth about $20 million. Warning: if you are a PETA member you will hate this guy. He spends a lot of time hunting and eating what he hunts - definitely not a vegetarian.Robertson has been many things: oil field worker, bar owner, rake, hunter, commercial fisherman, inventor (of duck calls), salesman and preacher. Mostly he is a hunter and very good father and husband. He is also a very smart man, belying his "redneck" persona. This book takes you through the whole progression of his life from childhood to his present life as a multi-millionaire semi-retired businessman, speaker, head of a close and loving family, lay evangelist, and reality television star.Along the way he clearly shows how his practical philosophy and spiritual life developed. It seems like he really has found the secret of creating a loving family productive over several generations and found a way to be happy, happy, happy no matter the external circumstances.The result is a great read which is inspirational, comforting to the religious or the troubled, and which makes you look at the Duck Dynasty show with new, and perhaps more sympathetic, eyes. He tells a great story. Whether you agree with him or not, like the show or not, or haven't seen it, you will find this read worthwhile. It made me "Happy, Happy, Happy."5A New Kind of MuirMany have found Phil Robertson's story about redemption and perseverance inspiring. He also shares a depth of knowledge about natural resources, as well as sage advice about life and overcoming trials and tribulations. Phil is descended from James Robertson, co-founder of the city of Nashville and compatriot of Daniel Boone. His ancestors were early American settlers who moved from Tennessee to Louisiana. Thankfully, he and his clan are preserving a wealth of natural resource knowledge and practical American traditions that have become too rare. "Nearly everything we ate came from our land. The eggs came from our chickens, the milk and butter from our cows. Bacon and sausage came from the hogs we raised and butchered. We canned vegetables from our large garden" (Robertson 2013:13). His family raised an amazing plethora of produce, including: "English peas, butter and pole beans, lettuce, turnips, mustard greens, onions, radishes, carrots. Irish and sweet potatoes, cantaloupes, and watermelons, my family grew several fields of peas, peanuts, and corn" (2013:13). This was supplemented with beef they raised, and of course, wild game. Phil is a compelling narrator - what an amazing story about a mysterious, ancient water-hole, surrounded by huge trees (one cypress with an enormous hollow trunk, about twenty feet wide, perfect for a blind) where the ducks spiraled down, covering the water so thickly it was "like a giant raft made of ducks" (2013:74).On his property seen on Duck Dynasty: Season Four, the Robertson clan continued their gardening traditions. Phil's vivid description of that geography, history of Indian campgrounds and burials, is fascinating. Through years of intense work, Phil Robertson has carefully managed his wetlands ecosystem to enhance and restore its health. He labored for years to replace acres of bitter pecan trees, which are inhospitable to wildlife, and replace them with acorn-producing oak trees that would provide "a more palatable fare for a wider variety of wildlife" (2013:163). He has also "planted, cultivated, and protected the grasses" on his land; his "wetlands are covered with native millets, sedges, and nut grass, as well as planted stands of Pennsylvania smartweed, American smartweed, and sprangletop, creating a mosaic of wild and cultivated plants" (2013:161). He shares a wealth of information about various species of ducks, and it's fascinating to read about his fishing business; great story about an immense haul of delicious Opelousas (flathead catfish), really of Biblical proportions! Great chapter discussing our Founding Fathers; catch what Jefferson said relevant to current health care issues, "To compel a man to furnish contributions of money for the propagation of opinions which he disbelieves and abhors, is sinful and tyrannical" (2013:209). We really enjoyed this inspiring book, and hope Phil chooses to share more in the future. Perhaps he might consider writing more about his land-management, wildlife, and wetlands ecosystems, with photographs - it would be much appreciated! Enjoy!5God helped Phil's successful business.Very interesting book that demonstrates Phil's Love for God and his family. Some people think that wealthy people become that way by magic. Phil's story explains how difficult it was to establish his successful company, which was a business effort by the whole family effort. Phil also was honest about his troubles in his early years and the difficulty he had with his children. God is good.5Honest and EncouragingI read Willie and Korie's book, "The Duck Commander Family" before reading "Happy, Happy, Happy." When I read Willie and Korie's book, I wished they'd written more about Phil's growing up years. Phil fills in all the gaps with his book.As I'd hoped, he spends a lot of time talking about his childhood, which shaped his life and his dreams. He doesn't linger over the tough aspects of his life, which made it easier reading than it might have been. I hate reading about suffering.He tells his life story honestly and openly, just as I expected Phil would. But he really gives the reader a raw view into his mistakes as a man, husband, and father, which many famous, successful men would not do.He also devotes time to his respect for and relationship with Miss Kay. I am convinced that part of their marital success is due to their obedience to God's call in Colossians 3:18-19: "Wives, submit to your husbands as is fitting to in the Lord. Husbands, love your wives, and do not be harsh with them" and Epheisans 5:33: "However, each one of you also must love his wife as he loves himself, and the wife must respect her husband." Phil shows his love for Kay and Kay shows her respect for Phil in this book and on their show. What a refreshing gift this is: seeing happy married people. Happy married people who still have fun together and enjoy "honeymoon time," as they call it.Two of the chapters go into great detail about his hunting and duck call expertise, which I'm sure appeals to hunters.He shares a lot about his relationship with Jesus, Scriptures that define his life and relationships with his family, and his tireless evangelistic efforts. Here is a man who really uses the platform God has given him to share Jesus with the world.What a man. What a blessing. What a gift to Christians and families all over the world. God bless you, Phil.5True Life Story God changed his life for the goodOk if you are a Duck Dynasty fan, I really think you are going to enjoy this. If you do not want to hear about God's grace and how it changed Phil Robertson's life, you may want to skip this book. I believe it is an even balance of regular life and how God is dispersed through it. I really enjoyed his point of view and learning how he grew up and Duck Commander started. I hope my opinion helps you in purchasing this book.5
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