What If Heaven Works Like a Corporate Company? -- A Fascinating View of Heaven as a Corporate Group That Operates to Maintain the Universe and the Life Within It

DETROIT, July 6, 2009 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- What is Heaven like? What if life were possible on other planets? What is a filter planet? Unravel the answers to these questions and more as author Brian McBride weaves a fascinating fictional tale in Earth the Filter.

Imagine Heaven as a business. But unlike any other business, it is unbound and far-reaching. In fact, it maintains the entire universe. That's what "The Heavener's Incorporated Company," a massive organization created by The Boss -- the creator of the universe and all the galaxies and solar systems within it -- does. Earth the Filter presents the functional view of how this section of heaven operates. Earth is a filter planet, one of the places where The Boss has placed life to develop it for future endeavors. It has its own branch of the Boss' company that monitors and nurtures the life on this world.

The Heavener's Incorporated Company is more than a group that cares for life on earth; it also helps decide who goes up to Heaven and who goes down Below (Hell). But what happens when the balance is broken and more people are sent Below, rather than above -- to Heaven? What will the Boss' people do to curb bad influences and bring humans back to the light? Will Earth regain its balance and its peace? Readers will find out as Earth the Filter brings interesting action to their reading time.

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              Earth the Filter * by Brian McBride
               Publication Date: March 14, 2008
       Trade Paperback; $19.99; 147 pages; 978-1-4363-1731-3

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