As the 5th anniversary of Trayvon Martin‘s death approaches, his parents will release a memoir about the slain teen’s life.

Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fulton have inked a deal with Random House’s One World, to release “Rest In Power: The Enduring Life Of Trayvon Martin.”

The Hollywood Reporter:

The book will hit shelves on Jan. 31, 2017, just ahead of what would have been Trayvon’s 22nd birthday on Feb. 5. The fifth anniversary of Martin’s killing will occur three weeks later, on Feb. 26. Martin was shot by George Zimmerman, who was initially not charged with any crime. After national media drew attention to the case, Zimmerman was tried and acquitted of second degree murder because the prosecution couldn’t effectively challenge his self-defense claim made under the state’s stand your ground law. The acquittal sparked national protests and led to the creation of the Black Lives Matter movement.

“It first brings Trayvon back to life as the full, three-dimensional, complex kid he was, through his parents’ eyes,” says Christopher Jackson of the book, “and then to the dark and confusing days following his death, which slowly transform into the blossoming of a powerful, historic movement for change and healing that we’re still watching unfold five years later. Everyone who’s been reading the manuscript is in tears by the second chapter.”

Do you plan to scoop a copy of the book?