Right now, I'm working on my first full-length novel called "The Heaven Theory". It focuses on a teenage girl named Kelsey, who is killed in a car wreck during a family vacation. She is then taken to heaven, where it is learned that for years heaven and hell have been tipping at the scales, so to speak. Neither has been evenly balanced with the others in terms of power for over 100 years. As is expected, Kelsey tries to balance thing out. The thing is - I'm debating weither to have her fail or succeed. In my original plans, the idea was to have her fail, but have God grant her a chance to do her life over for trying. The alternative ending is that she succeeds, but is stuck holding the balance for all of eternity. A bittersweet ending, yes, but I hate books that have everything work out in the end. So, tell me what you think on this so that I can get on with the story!