Dead To Me - Anton Strout I loved the corniness of this novel. It wasn't terribly deep and I didn't quite care about the characters, but it was fun. I absolutely ADORE all the titles of the offices, the pamphlets and seminars, and just the general way the bureaucracy was set up--cultists having their own government divisions, the Fraternity of Goodness (F.O.G.), and the rest were my favorite bits. And the killer bookshelf. It was a breezy, entertaining popcorn novel. I'd read the next books for the same elements.