by C.S. Lewis
This masterpiece written by C.S. Lewis portrays a demon and his apprentice taking on the everyday challenges of your average demon. Since it's written from a demon's point of view, everything is in reverse. The fantastic twist of perspective enters the reader into an entirely different paradigm. I will always be most amazed by this author's ability to speak the most complex subjects to the common man.
"My dear Wormwood, I note with grave displeasure that your patient has become a Christian. Do not indulge the hope that you will escape the usual penalties; indeed, in your better moments, I trust you would hardly even wish to do so. In the meantime we must make the best of the situation. There is no need to despair; hundreds of these adult converts have been reclaimed after a brief sojourn in the Enemy's camp and are now with us. All the habits of the patient, both mental and bodily, are still in our favour." - Screwtape Letters Chapter 2