The straight-faced funny man of Duck Dynasty has a real story to tell. In Good Call, Jase opens up about his personal family life, his childhood days with a drunken father, and how he came to faith.
This candid and revealing tell-all from Jase may surprise some fans who love him for his dry humor and rivalry with younger brother Willie. In a hilarious yet thoughtful style, the book is structured around lessons of faith in the blind, discussing topics such as respect, passion, forgiveness, generosity, humility, kindness, and honesty.
Chapters discuss: the highlights of Jase's memory of the early days with his drunken, disruptive father; his high school days and his strong commitment to not be like Phil had been, opting for total abstinence from drinking and sex; the moment he forgave Phil for being such a terrible father in his younger days; his first hunt with Phil, where he saw an excitement in Phil that he'd never seen before; his first date with Missy, which was a "fake date" to make another girl jealous; and of course, a chapter on Uncle Si, with stories not told in previous books.
Other chapters include stories of his brothers, frog hunting and fishing, and his most memorable road trips. And finally, Jase shares a chapter on hunting in heaven. Here, Jase shares his love for the land and our responsibility to care for it. More than a behind-the-scenes look at this beloved Duck Dynasty character, Good Call will inspire readers to implement Jase's lessons from the blind into their own lives.