One Door Away From Heaven

One Door Away From Heaven

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In a dusty trailer park on the far edge of the California dream, Michelina Bellsong wants to change the direction of her troubled life but can’t find her way. When a new family settles into the rental trailer next door, she meets a young girl who will change Micky–forever. Despite her deformed left leg and withered left hand, nine-year-old Leilani Klonk radiates a buoyant and indomitable spirit that inspires Micky. Beneath Leilani’s effervescence, however, Micky comes to sense a quiet desperation that the girl dares not express. Leilani’s mother is little more than a child herself, and her stepfather is educated but threatening. Slowly, more troubling details emerge in Leilani’s conversations with Micky. Most chilling is Micky’s discovery that Leilani had an older brother, also disabled, who vanished after Maddoc took him into the woods one night and is now (3z(Bgone to the stars.(3y (BWhile the child-protection bureaucracy gives Micky the runaround, the Maddoc family slips away into the night. So Micky sets out across America to find them–for the first time living for something bigger than herself. Her passion and disregard for danger bring to her side a burned-out detective who joins her on her journey, a journey through terrible darkness to unexpected light. One Door Away from Heaven is an incandescent mix of suspense and humor, fear and wonder, a story of redemption and timeless wisdom that will have listeners cheering.
Publisher: [S.l.]: Random House, 2007
ISBN: 9781415947739
Characteristics: 1online resource (1 sound file (21hr., 43min., 20sec.)) : digital
Additional Contributors: Twomey, Anne 1951-
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jpozenel Jun 12, 2011

This is the first Dean Koontz book that I've read. Now I'm very reluctant to try another.

I thought the book was awful for the first couple of hundred pages, picked up a bit in the middle, and then became a complete bore at the end.

I can understand that rabid Koontz fans would love nearly anything he wrote. But this?

If the book was made to be half the length by Koontz eliminating the constant repetition of the characters thoughts, it would have been quite an improvement.

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