2. Anathema Device (Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett)

I like Pratchett, sue me. Actually, I'd rather you don't. I'll need to have coffee with Anathema Device first so that I can ask her if this imaginary litigation would result in my favor. Aside from the fact that she has front seat view to the future, Anathema is one of the fictional characters I'd love to have coffee with because spending some time with a wise and no-nonsense woman is essential. In my opinion, anyway.