Author(s): Jo Stewart
Do you prefer applesauce (Heaven's Gate) to Kool-Aid (People's Temple)? Do you think carrots are "the Food of the Masters" (The Church Universal and Triumphant) or that swimming and joking should be forbidden (The Fellowship of Friends)? This is the book for you! We help sort your ET-loving Raelians from your Moonies, your snake-handling Church of God with Signs Following from your Branch Davidians. To make the path to the reader's chosen cult easy, Which Cult Should I Join? is structured like a Choose Your Own Adventure book - in that the reader makes a series of decisions along the way to come to their 'chosen' cult. And with 40 of the most high-profile modern cults covered, we have one to suit every reader.
Jo Stewart is a Melbourne-based writer and editor whose words and images have been published in The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, The Saturday Paper, VICE, International Traveller, yen magazine, Canadian Geographic, Yahoo News, The Telegraph (UK), Metro (UK) and The Times (UK). From filing stories from a yacht in Antarctica to writing features from a swag in the Simpson Desert, Jo has worked on expeditions to some of the world's most isolated, unforgiving places, including the Shackleton: Death or Glory documentary project screened worldwide on Discovery Channel, SBS and PBS.