Sons of Anarchy Cast
(L-R) Creator and executive producer Kurt Sutter, executive producer and director Paris Barclay, and cast members Charlie Hunnam, Katey Sagal, Kim Coates, Theo Rossi, Dayton Callie and Drea de Matteo of drama series "Sons of Anarchy" participate in a panel discussion during FX Networks' portion of the 2014 Television Critics Association Cable Summer Press Tour in Beverly Hills, California July 21, 2014. REUTERS/Kevork Djansezian REUTERS

Written after the death of his youngest son, Thomas Teller, John Teller's (Nicholas Guest) manuscript "The Life and Death of Sam Crow: How the Sons of Anarchy Lost Their Way" tells about the story of the biker gang on how they started as a hippie/biker commune to gun running club. Now that the show wrapped up its final season, "Sons of Anarchy" series creator is yet to publish the highly anticipated SOA book after the biker show prequel.

Here are the five truths about "The Life and Death of Sam Crow: How the Sons of Anarchy Lost Their Way."

1. Instead of making a prequel, SOA showrunner Kurt Sutter is now planning to have a miniseries, featuring 10 episodes or two eight episodes per seasons. "My plan is now to wait until we do the prequel and then put it out because then we'll see the end of the prequel will see John Teller start to produce that manuscript or at least the process in beginning the writings," according to Sutter during a live chat with fans posted on Nerd Core Movement.

2. JT's manuscript was of pivotal importance during the start of the show when Jax (Charlie Hunnam) accidentally found the document in the storage. The journal features John and his attempt to get the MC out of the gun business and how he suspects his friend Clay Morrow (Ron Perlman) trying to kill him and to take over the club.

3. The founding member's journal also contains the reason why he named the club "Sons of Anarchy" and how the quote from Emma Goldman changed his life and his view of the world. The quote is about anarchism and how it liberates the human mind and body from world pleasures and restaints.

4. The book also contains John's advice to Jax, and how it is difficult for him to juggle the lies and hide his fears for the club's future.

5. In a world of alliances, lies and betrayals, JT was trying to tell Jax that is too late for him to go the other way around as he allowed violence to happen right before his eyes. With every "savage event" leads to another death and betrayal, SAMCRO is now way irredeemable from all its criminal activities, according to "The Life and Death of Sam Crow" introduction.

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