The Loser Letters chronicles the conversion of A.F.(A Former) Christian to atheism. With modern humor, A. F. Christian's open letters to the 'spokesmen of the New Atheism' explain her reasons for rejecting God and along the way she offers pithy advice to famous atheists such as Richard Dawkins and Christopher Hitchens, in the hope of helping them win over more Christians.
Echoing C.S. Lewis' Screwtape Letters and Dante's Divine Comedy, Eberstadt takes aim at bestsellers like The God Delusion and God Is Not Great. Amid the many current books arguing for or against religion, social critic and writer Mary Eberstadt's book is truly unique: a black comedy about theism and atheism that is simultaneously a rollicking defense of Christianity.