A behind-the-scenes look at Lumon Industries is now available on Apple Books.
As for the firm behind the Apple TV+ drama “Severance,” the book delves into the show’s contentious method.
The novel is set one month after the series’ debut and is written from the viewpoint of a Lumon employee who is willing to sacrifice everything to uncover the truth.
In the novel “Severance: The Lexington Letter,” we follow Peg Kincaid as she undergoes the Severance medical operation, which allows her to divide her personal and professional worlds.
When she finds that not everything at the firm is as it seems, she discovers a terrible truth inside Lumon.
The novel begs the terrifying issue of how far Lumon Industries will go to secure its secrets.
Tomorrow, @AppleBooks will release a free tell-all from inside the Lumon office, the company behind the controversial #Severance procedure. They have been a mystery to all “outies”, but one brave whistleblower risked everything to expose the truth. Available on eligible devices. pic.twitter.com/pTt03Fo5kj
— Apple TV+ (@AppleTVPlus) March 17, 2022
The program may be seen on Apple TV+. It’s still in its first season, and episode six, “Hide and Seek,” is out now.
The following is information from the Apple TV+ website about the show:
Mark leads a team of office workers whose memories have been surgically divided between their work and personal lives.
When a mysterious colleague appears outside of work, it begins a journey to discover the truth about their jobs.
The book is available now for free on Apple Books.