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From the Peach Pit to fatherhood
on 13 June 2015
Jason Priestly's memoir is a fun read for his fans. He details his years starring in "90201," his relationships with his castmates, and the overwhelming phenomenon of worldwide stardom. I didn't realize he never stopped acting and directing. He talks about his near-fatal race car crash and lengthy rehabilitation, life-changing events that led to a more mature outlook on life.
The book is very well-written, full of energy and self-deprecating humor, honestly describing the fun and pitfalls of fame. For his fans, this is entertaining and insightful and reveals an intelligent, likable, and hard-working man.