BTS announced as the subject of mystery memoir trends now
Consider it a mystery solved.
It turns out a book without a title or a cover, that shot up the best-seller rankings at Amazon and Barnes & Noble, is actually a biography about boy band sensation BTS, according to The New York Times.
Beyond The Story: 10-Year Record Of BTS was written by journalist Kang Myeong-seok, along with members of the group, and translated into English by Anton Hur.
Initially, many fans had suspected that the cryptic title was a Taylor Swift biography or memoir, and as a result pre-orders were sent soaring, which included being number one at Amazon.
The BTS biography is scheduled to be released this summer through Flatiron Books and Big Hit Music.
Biography coming: A previously untitled book, speculated to be a Taylor Swift memoir by many of her fans, is actually an upcoming biography about the boy Band sensation BTS; the group are pictured in 2020
Rumor debunked: By speculating the untitled book was a Taylor Swift memoir, Swifie fans helped send it to No. 1 on Amazon with pre-orders
The biography was initially listed as '4C Untitled Flatiron Nonfiction Summer 2023' on Amazon.
While little is known about book, it was first revealed to include 544 page, and has a release date of July 9.
As rumors began to swirl about it being a Taylor Swift memoir, her Swiftie fans took to social media to point out that 544 adds to to 13, which is the pop superstar's favorite number and birthdate in December, as reported by Billboard.
Swift's devoted fans also theorized that the July 9 release date might have been a reference to her song Last Kiss.
But as real BTS devotees know, July 9 is significant in that it's the date the group's millions of fans around the world celebrate Army Day, which is dedicated to their fandom as the day the name