One Door Away from Heaven - Dean Koontz

One Door Away from Heaven

By Dean Koontz

  • Release Date: 2001-12-26
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
4 Score: 4 (From 188 Ratings)


#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • “Suspense, humor and plenty of heart . . . spooky and satisfying.”—People

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 Micky’s own wounded soul. Ahead lie incredible peril, startling discoveries, and paths that lead through terrible darkness to unexpected light.


  • A perfect title for this unique thriller

    By SnorkelJack
    Very well written novel with three ongoing stories running at once that all come together in the end. A can’t put down book for certain.
  • Reading Koontz’s books is always heavenly!

    By ES the horror fan
    Dean Koontz once again opens up a door to great reading for his fans! I won’t give away the plot to One Door Away from Heaven; Apple iBooks already gives you enough of an idea without spoiling it. I WILL let you know that if you’re a fan of this author, you won’t be disappointed as he delivers a scary, very exciting, very suspenseful story, great characters, including the friendly young boy who calls himself Curtis, and a creepy, despicable villain. Koontz even does an excellent job of touching on a difficult, painful moral, one that desperately needs to be explored by fiction writers because people need to know that among the real world’s villains, there are those who possess this particular kind of cruel immorality. One Door Away from Heaven is amazing reading; Koontz fans will be in heaven with every spectacular page!
  • One Door away from Heaven

    By NoBrainerToMe
    This book could be Koontz best. Worthy of a Pulitzer. He takes on a difficult moral issue while creating wonderful characters and weaves them into a laugh-filled and creepy horrifying book with his encyclopedic knowledge. I was mesmerized and didn’t want the book to end!
  • One Door

    By Picqeene
    As always, this author gives me hope that this world may not implode.
  • Good

    By JenniferJ79
    I've been a fan of DK for years. This book is good my not his best work. I would have liked there to be a longer resolution of the evil character after such a build up. The was such an investment into the other characters that I would love to know more about their future journeys in a second novel. The characters were interesting and could be further developed. I will miss several of them. I love dog's story line.