Hills Of Exile is a story about an ex-Nazi soldier's search for redemption after his past involvement in World War II. Adopted, raised and named by his Jewish parent, Isaac Kline, always thought he was a Jew until the war began. While studying at the university of Munich before the war, he married his college sweetheart, a Christian German, and she converted him to Christianity. In the early days of the war, his father, knowing what was at stake, sent him an envelope containing his original birth certificate and a letter that described his true identity. Upon discovering that he was a German, Isaac decided to join the Nazi army in an attempt to save some Jews. Little did he know he would end up killing the same people he wanted to save. Devastated by the war, his failed plan, and facing deployment to fight the Allies, Isaac exiled himself to the Land of the Zong and became a Reverend. His goal was to convert the Zong people to his new faith as a way of redeeming himself from his past. Nonetheless, the people were set in their ways, traditions and beliefs. What happened hereafter became the struggle in Hills of Exile. Not only was Isaac Kline haunted continuously by the vivid memories from his past as he confronted his present, but he also had to face the Zong people who were violent by nature and intolerant to his religion.