Apple releases companion ‘tell-all’ book about Lumon, the mysterious company behind ‘Severance’

Apple has released a new tell-all book on Apple Books that goes inside Lumon, the mysterious company is its new Apple TV+ thriller series, Severance. Available for free, the companion book titled Severance: The Lexington Letter, offers a deep dive into the controversial procedure seen in the show from the perspective of a Lumon employee who risks everything to expose the truth.

Apple TV+ Severance

Apple’s free tell-all book dives into the secretive company behind ‘Severance’

Severance, starring Adam Scott, is a workplace thriller about employees in a company who undergo a severance procedure that surgically separates their memories between their work and personal lives. The series explores what happens when employees start embracing a one-side work-life balance that separates their in and out-of-work memories.

The book follows a Lumon Industries employee Margaret “Peg” Kincaid, who undergoes the controversial Severance surgical procedure. When she delves deeper into the company and its practices, she “uncovers a reality that’s far worse than the problems she wanted to escape.”

At the heart of this story, Peg’s shocking confession reveals the darkest side of corporate America. It raises a chilling question: How far will Lumon Industries go to protect its secrets?

The book is available for free and exclusively on Apple Books.

Severance is available to watch on Apple TV+ now with two more episodes left to be released before season one is concluded. For $4.99 per month with a seven-day free trial, Apple’s streaming service is available on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, Apple TV via the Apple TV app. It is also compatible with selected Samsung and LG smart TVs, Roku devices, Amazon Fire TV, and tv.apple.com.

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