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I enjoyed hearing about his life and his family. Worth it to rent
Very interesting. Even though I am not a country music fan, I am a musician and found this informative and a relaxing book to listen to. Great insights!
Super easy to listen to - loved the way it was told was sad when it was over.
This guy is so full of himself that he is just boring and annoying. Willie doesn't even narrate it, someone else does! That was a disappointment since I do like his voice.
While this book was more like an brief autobiography, it was in parts touching, provocative and a great look at a way to approach life. Nelson's life hasn't been easy and he's had some things to overcome and come back from. So his take on the Tao, Willie style is interesting if you like Willie Nelson. The only reason I'm not giving a 5 star is because it isn't strictly a self-help book or guide. It is a funny, low key exploration of what makes life good.
I never finished it; it may have gotten better, but it was so corny I couldn't stand it any longer. Only heard Willie's actual voice briefly. I love Willie - but the book, not so much.
Willie Nelson, originally from the tiny farming community of Abbott, Texas, boasts a legendary career as a singer, songwriter, and actor. This American icon has also established himself as an advocate for the family farmer with his annual Farm Aid concerts and his recent venture in biodiesel.