Denied Heaven, Thomas finds a way to earn his wings. His spirit will serve his killer. But in reality, his killer will serve Thomas’ purpose.
“If you could rate the happiness in your life on a scale of one to ten, what would it be?”
This question will haunt Kyle Anderson, a racist drug addict, for the rest of his life after murdering Thomas Williams.
Thomas’ spirit has been linked to Kyle’s as an attempt to earn his wings. His mission is only fulfilled when Kyle’s happiness level is at ten.
Thomas begins his mission by helping Kyle get off drugs. Thomas will distort the evidence causing a mistrial getting Kyle off for murder. He spends the next fifteen years with Kyle constantly asking the question and making improvements in his life and raising his rate.
Kyle sued the city of Youngstown for a decently large amount. He will meet a woman, easy on the eyes, and hard for him to resist. In time she will become his wife and give birth to a daughter and three sons. His happiness level is now ten.
In a bizarre event, his two year old son gets out the house and is attacked by a dog. Thomas then kills the boy. His reason was an act of mercy, so he says. Now his other children are in danger.