The Loser Letters by Mary Eberstadt
I can't believe I haven't blogged about this book yet. I read it a few years ago and recently reread it. This satire is a fast and entertaining read. A. F. Christian (A Former) is writing letters to the leading atheists in order to help them better argue their cause. In her letters, she points out the flaws and illogic of their current arguments in favor of an atheist worldview and way of life with the hopes that they can come up with something better in order to gain converts to their side. It seems she is writing her letters from some type of institution, perhaps a rehab center. While A. F. Christian points out the flaws in the atheist arguments, we learn how she became so invested in the atheist cause and where she is now. Her past and present continue to become clearer until the final satisfying resolution at the end. I enjoyed this book immensely. A. F. Christian's voice is that of a young Generation Me woman. At first her way of talking annoyed me until I realized she's talking as her character would talk and I just went with it and enjoyed it. You truly cannot lose with this book!