Benjamin Hall, the Fox News correspondent who was seriously injured last year while reporting on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, will tell the story of his career and his long road to recovery in a new memoir, the Associated Press reports.

HarperCollins will publish Hall’s Saved: A War Reporter’s Mission To Make It Home next month. The press describes the book as “a powerful memoir of family and perseverance, of life and healing, and of what to do when you are tested in ways you never thought possible.”

Hall was reporting from Kyiv last March when a Russian drone struck his crew, killing two other journalists. Hall was severely injured, losing half of a leg, a foot, and his vision in one eye.

“This is the story of how he survived—including his dramatic rescue and his arduous and ongoing recovery,” HarperCollins says of the book. “For the first time, Hall shares his experiences in full—of his time in Ukraine and on the frontlines of the world’s most perilous conflicts, of the terrible attack that nearly killed him, of the love of his family, of the strength and perseverance it has taken to endure multiple surgeries and learn how to walk again.”

Hall announced his memoir on Instagram, writing, “It’s been the toughest year yet, but it’s also been the best. I’m grateful to the countless people who helped me, rescued me, rebuilt me and supported me, and I hope this book in some small way helps others in return.”

Saved is slated for publication on March 14—exactly one year after the attack that injured Hall.

Michael Schaub, a journalist and regular contributor to NPR, lives near Austin, Texas.