Dean koontz one door away from heaven review

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One Door Away from Heaven by Dean Koontz

Michelina Bellsong is on a mission. She is following a missing family to the edge of America...to a place she never knew existed--a place of terror, wonder, and shattering revelation.

What awaits her there will change her life and the life of everyone she knows--if she can find the key to survival.

At stake are a young girl of extraordinary goodness, a young boy with killers on his trail, and Mickys own wounded soul.
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Horror author Dean Koontz's books vary in quality now and then. It is not one story but three, all interwoven into one novel. Micky is a beautiful young woman with a less than beautiful past, an ex-con and current alcoholic searching for a better life.
Dean Koontz

One Door Away from Heaven

Thank you! The Koontz of the darkly concentrated suspense masterpiece Intensity has clearly walked over a bed of glowing coals, emerged spiritually recharged by the Presence, and now disgorges sweetness and light along with suspense, even more so than in his most recent page-turner, From the Corner of His Eye Here, Koontz enters the field of bioethics, with medical utilitarianism facing moral values. Of course, with his fearless imagination at work, this is not your typical tract novel. Koontz tilts against a heartless idealism that sees humanity as just meat and allows euthanasia of infants with health problems, suffering old people, and those much better off with a little help getting dead and leaving life to the bioethicists.

At the height of his powers as a literary craftsman, he has won the acclaim of critics as well as the allegiance of millions of fans the world over, transforming the greatest fears and hopes of our time into masterworks of dazzling originality and emotional resonance. Now, with the stunning depth and virtuosity of his storytelling, he brings to readers one of his most gripping and richly imagined novels to date—an intoxicating story of adventure and suspense, mystery and revelation, told with humor, heart, and high art. In a dusty trailer park on the far edge of the California dream, Michelina Bellsong contemplates the choices she has made. Despite the brace she must wear on her deformed left leg, and her withered left hand, nine-year-old Leilani Klonk radiates a buoyant and indomitable spirit that inspires Micky. Micky is convinced the girl will be dead by that day. While the child-protection bureaucracy gives Micky the runaround, the Maddoc family slips away into the night.

KIRKUS REVIEW

A shapechanging alien has come to Earth with others of his kind to save us from ourselves. After witnessing the slaughter of his entire family by evil aliens bent on stopping him, he takes off on a cross-country race to save himself. He stops at a farmhouse in the middle of the night to "borrow" some money and clothes, and comes across a sleeping boy about his age. Using a drop of blood from an old bandage, he is able to "become" Curtis Hammond, the exact duplicate of the boy. Seconds after leaving the house, the evil aliens arrive and murder the family, leaving only the dog alive. Curtis and the dog escape, and eventually end up at the location of an alien sighting.

3 thoughts on “One Door Away from Heaven by Dean Koontz

  1. Koontz's latest is powered by an impassioned stand against utilitarian bioethics, and it's chock-a-block with trademark characters—vulnerable kids, nurturing parental substitutes, a dog of above-average intelligence and a villain of insuperable nastiness—sure to provoke a pleasurable conditioned response from his readers.

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