‘The Man Who Corrupted Heaven’ by Andrew Hood

After devoting his life to building his vast fortune, Issac McGlynn was determined to not allow death to take it all from him.He devises a way to cheat death and keep his fortune and enlisted the aid of his oldest friend John Hannebery and beautiful Personal Assistant Susan Mitchell to carry out his plan.Upon passing over he is presented with a series of “Life Rewinds” where he is able to observe his own torturous childhood at the orphanage he and John grew up in with the dangerous pedophile Brother Anthony. However on closer inspection, the second time around, Issac realizes that his life was built on the misconceptions of a child. He also learns that Susan has been in his life since the beginning. After finishing his Rewinds he is then able to progress through his death and become an observer of the living. He finds out that without his dominant leadership John is unable to handle even some of the basic aspects of life or the business they built together. He also understands that Susan has in fact been supporting him for years in the shadows as a way of paying him back for killing their abuser at the orphanage. When Susan finally gets fatally ill Issac must sacrifice everything to keep her alive. So finally the salvation of Issac McGlynn is through love. Full Synopsis Attached

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