Hopelessly stuck in a traffic Tom notices a flying banner that promotes places in Heaven at competitive prices to anyone. Shortly after, he gets a message from its advertiser who invites him to apply for Heaven in their offices, promises to pay for Tom’s expenses and sends a beautiful woman to escort Tom to the office.
Could you refuse to the promises of guaranteed admission to Heaven? Perhaps not and neither could Tom.
Would you say “No” to be accompanied by a handsome man or women, or for your expenses to be paid? Probably not and neither would Tom.
Unsurprisingly, he ends up in the office. The application is full of peculiar questions but Tom is not easily put off as rewards seem to be substantial.
But all free things come with a catch. There the catch is the service provider Mr. A. verifies the truthfulness of Tom’s answers by taking Tom to unexpected journey through Tom’s questionable past.
“Captivating read by R. S. M.”
We were recommended this book by a friend of the author so I bought a copy for myself and one for my son. I found it fascinating and very enjoyable to read. My son, who is 25, is always reading and he also found it very enjoyable. Would highly recommend it if you like dark, gritty tales that twist and turn from start to finish.