Bono has reportedly landed a major book deal to pen his memoirs.
The Irish Sun reports the U2 frontman has netted a €6.5million ($7.13 million USD) deal for his autobiography. While there have been a number of U2 books written and released in the past, including 2009’s U2 by U2, this would be the first time Bono himself would write a book exclusively about his life.
Any sort of release timeline is currently not known, but don’t be surprised if the book makes a big splash upon release.
In the meantime, U2 is currently taking a break from the road before the New Zealand and Australia leg of their 2019 Joshua Tree tour kicks off in November.
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