It's PewDiePie, so why do people take this seriously?
This book, like everything else Felix, aka PewDiePie, does, is meant to be taken as comedy. The satire is obvious, yet people somehow take it as "advocating suicide." Everything he says is a joke.
More importantly, though: Families need to know that PewDiePie was attacked by the media and had business opportunities taken from him because of it. His videos, like this book, are almost entirely satirical. Of course, when you take satire out of context, it's easy to make someone look bad. In a coordinated, malicious attack, multiple news organizations dug through literally thousands of his videos, purely to take 3-5 second long clips that could seem anti Semetic when taken out of context. One clip was even taken from a video that was actually ABOUT how people like to take him out of context and misrepresent what he says! They did exactly what he said, with a video of him talking about them doing it.
He is not anti Semetic, he does not support Nazis or Hitler. He's a silly, sweet, Swedish dude who was wrongfully attacked by million dollar corporations.