This life i live- Book review

I knew before I started reading this that it was going to be an amazing book. 
I became fans of Rory and Joey while she was sick, then became so sad when she passed away. 

Rory Feek and his late wife Joey were a country duo that took the world by storm. Singing, guitar playing, and love werent the only things that got attention for the couple. The fact that they lived such a basic life really caught the admiration of their fans. They lived on a farm, and grew their own food, which created a wonderful tv show that boasted many viewers. Then tragedy hit the couple, when Joey was diagnosed with cervical cancer shortly after having their daughter, Indiana. You may have heard of the news on Facebook, you may have even followed their story, and when Joey passed away, you may have even heard their songs on the radio. Now, Rory is telling the story of his life before and after Joey- and how all roads seemed to lead to her. 

Rory grew up with siblings and his parents in a run down farm house, he also moved A LOT. His story is like many peoples, one in which he had to dig deep and work hard to get where he was going, but it was a triumphant story. Especially the part about his ex wife leaving him and his daughters in Hawaii to fend for themselves. Rory raised his daughters alone, and then he met Joey who instantly fell in love with him. Joey didnt want children, but soon took Rorys daughters under her wings. They became a little family of their own. 

Then Rory and Joeys music started to get airtime, and they became a household name in the country world. The duo was hot, and they were creating much attention for themselves, living the dream. 

I give this book a 5 out 5 stars. 

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