The candid autobiography. Danny Cipriani has always been searching for something. On the pitch, it was a line-break or space.
A chink of light to dart through. An angle that no one else could see. Off the pitch, it was seeking a path through the pressure, fame and chaos that came with being anointed the 'Saviour of English Rugby'.
Who Am I? is the raw and powerful memoir of a man of mercurial talent who, with the world at his feet, made his England rugby debut aged 20. A man who, just a year later, contemplated suicide. A man whose safe space was on the field, away from the drink, the women and the drugs he turned to in an attempt to escape his thoughts.
Now, for the first time, one of the most compelling personalities in the sport reflects on who he was, where he's come from and the man he's become. Alongside his astute insight into playing under Martin Johnson, Stuart Lancaster and Eddie Jones, Danny also talks about chasing his dreams, his desire and passion to represent England, and his drive to become the best player he could be. This is the story of a once complicated man.
A man searching for answers. A man trying to understand who he is.