In 2018, the world lost a very talented and kind soul, Avicii. Three years later his biography is coming out highlighting the late DJ’s final words.

Avicii’s diary entries will take center stage in his upcoming biography. The famed DJ was 28-years old when he took his own life. The world will soon be able to get glimpse inside his mind just before his final moments.

Next month, portions of his diary will be published in Tim-The Official Biography of Avicii will hit the shelves. The book will revolve around the artist’s time on earth and his death. Avicii’s real name was Tim Bergling.

Before its release, excerpts of the book made their way online. TMZ shared snippets that include the DJ’s last diary entries before his suicide. They were reportedly penned down while he was in rehab for drug and alcohol addictions.

Avicii wrote about his time in hospital, how they were his most anxiety and stress free days he could remember in the past six years of his life. He shared with his diary, he had a hard time accepting never drinking again though it was strongly advised from all doctors.

He added, that he was naive and ignorant while he toured the world, describing it as the ” never-ending tour.” The day before he used a broken bottle to take his life, Avicii reportedly wrote, “The shedding of the soul is the last attachment before it restarts!” We can only hope that now he is in a better place.

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