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Swery has written a book and its title is peak Swery

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They say you shouldn't judge a book by its cover, but when the book in question has been written by Deadly Premonition creator Hidetaka "Swery" Suehiro and is entitled "Dear Ambivalence: The Mustachioed One, The Witches, And The Suspended Body", you can be absolutely sure I'll be adding it to my enormous 'to be read' pile as soon as I've finished typing.

First published in Japan last year, Swery took to Twitter yesterday to announce its English translation by Dan Luffey is now available digitally.

You might want to sit down for the synopsis, though. It sounds wild. Coming in at a whopping 484 pages according to Amazon's product stats, the summary reads as follows: "When the naked, hairless, brutalized corpse of a young girl is discovered in the British countryside, everyone finds themselves asking the same question: Who did this, and why...?" It goes on, too, and - stop me if I'm wrong - but doesn't this sound like an alternate plot to his latest game The Good Life?

Minus the whole transforming into cats at night thing? Vid bud Liam also pointed out that some of the names seem to be taken from Swery's puzzle platformer horror 'em up The Missing from 2018. "Normally, this quiet idyllic town's policemen spend the bulk of their time chasing around lost sheep.

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