by Page, Elliot | Biography & memoir
Hardback | 288 pages
#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER | INSTANT SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER’Powerful’ New York Times’Written by a sensitive soul’ Guardian’Raw, harrowing, and often heartbreaking’ LA Times’Eloquent and enthralling’ Washington Post’Singular’ Daily Telegraph
Before the world premiere of Juno Elliot Page was on the edge self-discovery. But with Juno’s massive success and his dreams coming true, Elliot found himself trapped by the spotlight and the pressure to perform was suffocating him. Until enough was enough.
From chasing down secret love affairs to battling body image and working through his difficult childhood, Pageboy is a beautiful, intimate book about searching for ourselves and our place in the world.
‘Like listening to a friend … Now is an excellent time to read this humanizing and well-written memoir’ Associated Press’A profoundly talented writer … It is a love story of sorts in which the greatest love turns out to be Page’s alignment with his truest self’ Elizabeth Day – How to Fail’Page’s compassion-inducing account feels vital … Heartfelt and courageous in its honesty’ i