Roar by Tim, Marshall
Thomas Little can't sleep. After becoming pseudo-famous for sneaking into the White House, the unemployed, former mental health "Assessment Specialist", through a series of random coincidences, ends up the reluctant leader of the fastest growing, most highly marketed and most profitable religion on earth. Tom has some big decisions to make and spends the night assessing his situation, sorting his options and sharing his story. Often humorous, at times irreverent, ROAR tells a tale that spins along at a Vonnegut-like pace and is filled with as many "strange pockets of oddness and coincidence" as the universe that is the foundation of "R.O.A.R. -- the Religion of Absolute Randomness".