Described as a “fearless and semi-autobiographical deconstruction of persona,” Carrey’s novel will address topics including “acting, Hollywood, agents, celebrity, privilege, friendship, loneliness, romance, addiction to relevance, fear of personal erasure, growing up in Canada, and a cataclysmic ending of the world.”
Carrey co-wrote the book with novelist Dana Vachon.
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“Jim Carrey has written a novel that is more revealing about his life than any memoir could possibly be,” said Sonny Mehta, editor in chief of Knopf. “It is a perceptive and highly entertaining book about the arc of fame, as well as a look inside the mind of an artist, the life that shaped him, and the world he inhabits.”
Carrey, who has plans for a book tour and various media appearances,