“NO, NO, NO!!!” Guest31337 yelled to make Kruser stop talking. “I meant, this case that could not be judged… Why can’t the creature receive judgment?”
“Oh…” Kruser was a bit shaken to find out exactly what Guest31337 was talking about. “I guess he or she has done precisely the same amount of good and bad things… So he or she can not be sent either to heaven or hell.”
“So he or she will come back to life?”
“Not really… Since he/she has passed away, technically he/she cannot be alive… So he or she will exist as an undead.”
Ever read "The Wish List
" by Eoin Colfer?
Meg Finn is in trouble, unearthly trouble. Cast out of her own home by her stepfather after her mother's death, Meg is a wanderer, a troublemaker. After a botched attempt to rob a pensioner's flat, Meg and her partner in crime, Belch, end up in a very sticky situation. Meg's soul is up for grabs as the divine and the demonic try every underhand ploy imaginable to claim it. Her only chance of salvation is the Wish List. But how can she persuade the pensioner Lowrie to help her when she has wronged him? Even if she can persuade him, will she really have enough points to face up to St Peter?