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What in hell is the devil up to? Netherworld Ways suggests some very serious answers. It stands in the tradition of C.S. Lewis' classic The Screwtape Letters and Peter Kreeft's The Snakebite Letters. Lewis' purpose was to portray how Lucifer works to subvert human souls. While Lewis was serious in his intent, he used a comic style that is at once engaging and winning. Kreeft's work has a somewhat different focus, one reflected in his book's subtitle, Devilishly Devious Secrets for Subverting Society as Taught in Tempter's Training School. His focus concerns how the tempter works to undermine and subvert humanity on a societal and cultural scale. Netherworld Ways takes the story a step further to consider the nature and condition, the ways, of a world in which Satan achieves pre-eminence.