The behind-the-scenes look at the Lumon Industries headquarters is now out on Apple Books. The book goes into the controversial process that appears in the Apple TV game + “Distribution” as the stability behind it. The novel was written from the perspective of a Lumon staffer who risked everything to uncover the truth a month after the series premieres.
In the book “Severance: Lexington Letter,” we follow Peg Kincaid, who adopted the Severance surgical procedure, a way to separate personal and professional lives. When he realized that not everything was as it seemed in the industry, he discovered a terrible reality within Lumon. The book raises the obvious question of how far the Lumon companies will go to protect your privacy? The show is available for viewing on Apple TV +. He is also in his first season with six episodes, “Save and Us,” releasing even today.
About the show from the Apple TV + site: Mark leads a group of office workers whose memories have divided surgery between their work and personal lives. When a novelist appears outside of work, he begins a journey to find out the truth about their works.