Which Cult Should I Join?
- The Rape of the Mind: The Psychology of Thought Control, Menticide, and Brainwashing - $12.95
- Cult Sister: My Decade in One of the World's Most Secretive Sects - $10.49
- Cults Inside Out: How People Get In and Can Get Out - $9.99
- The Most Boring Book Ever Written: An Adventureless Choose-Your-Path Novella - $7.99
- The Adventures of Whatley Tupper - $12.99
Which Cult Should I Join? Seeing as it's Sunday and all, I'm sure you've been asking yourself this question all morning. And not only does Jo Stewart have the answer in full book form, she's used the Choose-Your-Own Adventure format to write it, so you're guaranteed to be guided toward the community of strange religious fanatics you're most compatible with.
It might be controversial to some and hilarious to others, but Which Cult Should I Join?: A Choose-Your-Own Guidebook for the Spiritually Bereft is no joke. The 40 cults it discusses really did (or do) exist in modern history, and to discover which one is your self-actualization soul mate, all you need do is make a series of decisions as you turn the pages. Like: Do you prefer applesauce (Heaven’s Gate) to Kool-Aid (Peoples Temple)? Or, do you think carrots are “the food of the Masters” (Church Universal and Triumphant) or that swimming and joking should be forbidden (the Fellowship of Friends)?
Other cults covered include The Branch Davidians, The Cult of Amma, the Church of God with Signs, The Magnificent Meal Movement, and The Unarius Academy of Science.