The weeks long overdue book review is of Jase Robertson's book "Good Call: Reflections on Faith, Family and Fowl". You can buy the book on Amazon and The Book Depository. It is 241 pages long with a nice amount of pictures (always something I look for in a book like this).
I really enjoyed this book. I don't watch Duck Dynasty but from the few clips I've seen on Youtube, Jase is one of my favourites. He comes across as naturally funny and this really shows in the book. He's not trying to be funny, it just happens. Jase is fairly down to earth and you can see that his unbringing really had an impact on him. He speaks openly about how his fathers earlier problems encouraged him to take a different path and not be swayed to follow suit.
The only thing that got to me after a while was the constant mention of bible verses and quotes. It just felt like it was being pushed on me and I honestly skipped half of them. It's great that he feels so strongly about something but it felt like half of the book was made of of bible chatter. Jase is a very interesting person and it would have been nice to read more about him. It wore me down after a while and it did put a damper on my enjoyment of the book.
Overall I gave "Good Call: Reflections on Faith, Family and Fowl" by Jase Robertson 3 out of 5 stars. Jase is a very witty person but at points I felt as if the book was dragging on and I was genuinely bored in parts given the heavy use of bible quotes and the likes. It was a nice book though and I'm glad I read it.
For my nails I couldn't resist going with a camouflage theme! It's not a design that I have done before so it was a bit of a challenge. I started off with 2 coats of OPI On stranger tides. Then using a dotting tool I added on China Glaze Holly Day. Catrice Rambo no.5 and Sir Yes Sir! I love the way this turned out. I think the fact that my nails were short kept if from being too over the top.I think the different shades of green really look well together but I sure you could do it with any polish colour you want.