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I highly recommend this book to anyone, even if you are not a country music fan.
This book gives us a very detailed look into the private lives of both Johnny and June Carter Cash told in a way that only someone who was really there could tell it.
Facing the truth is the best therapy ever and knowing God will help us through it all is our peace.
I like knowing what makes people tick, and I love biographies that dare to include the total package--not just people's good qualities but their totally human frailties as well. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Pilgrim 7
I was hoping for a real look at the Carter/Cash family and their life but this wasn't that interesting, no real look into the family (except their addiction issues) and didn't seem... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Seattle Girl
Yes, each new chapter begins with a different story or period of time explained...but reads exactly the same throughout with very little variation. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Badger
I enjoyed reading the book from a perspective of a beloved son. I was always interested in the Carter-Cash story and this was a nice view. Read morePublished 3 months ago by E. Collins
could have been a lot better. John Carter bites the hands that loved him, I was disappointed at his whining and his bad attitude.Published 5 months ago by Diane
This is a great book. John Carter Cash gave a great narrative on his mother and family. He told everything the good and the bad. It made me appreciate and admire his Mother. Read morePublished 9 months ago by John Wilkins