According to Politico, standard editions of the book will sell for 35 dollars.
The book, published by Twelve, will join the rarified ranks of posthumously published books written by political figures, such as Richard Nixon's 'Beyond Peace' and Ronald Reagan's 'The Reagan Diaries.'
Twelve's publisher and editor-in-chief Jonathan Karp, who worked closely on the book for the past two years, said in a statement: Kennedy "worked valiantly to finish the book and make it the best it could be. As always, he was true to his word. The result is a great and inspiring legacy to readers everywhere, a case study in perseverance."