A Million Heavens

A Million Heavens On The Top Floor Of A Small Hospital, An Unlikely Piano Prodigy Lies In A Coma, Attended To By His Gruff, Helpless Father Outside The Clinic, A Motley Vigil Assembles Beneath A Reluctant New Mexico Winter Strangers In Search Of Answers, A Brush With The Mystical, Or Just An Escape To Some The Boy Is A Novelty, To Others A Religion Just Beyond This Ragtag Circle Roams A Disconsolate Wolf On His Nightly Rounds, Protecting And Threatening, Learning Too Much And Above Them All, A Would Be Angel Sits Captive In A Holding Cell Of The Afterlife, Finishing The Work He Began On Earth, Writing The Songs That Could Free Him This Unlikely Assortment A Small Town Mayor, A Vengeful Guitarist, All The Unseen Desert Lives Unites To Weave A Persistently Hopeful Story Of Improbable Communion.

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  • Hardcover
  • 272 pages
  • A Million Heavens
  • John Brandon
  • English
  • 02 June 2019
  • 1936365731

10 thoughts on “A Million Heavens

  1. says:

    I guess I forgot to tell you guys about this one when I proofed it, sorry It s kind of a slower burn than his previous books it felt a little draggy at the beginning, but all of a sudden I was so immersed in it and it just tears th...

  2. says:

    A Million Heavens drove me crazy How dare the author write such a disjointed narrative and then tie it together so beautifully in the last few pages John Brandon can write beautifully but I wanted a story that I could dig into without keeping a journal of symbolism that I should but don t want to think about.I plodded through narration by a wolf, a gas station owner, a dead guy, a mayor, some guide, Arn, Dannie, Cecilia, Soren s father, and assorted others I...

  3. says:

    I think maybe some of the reviewers who didn t like this book either don t like this KIND of book or don t know how to read this kind of book There are a lot of negative comments regarding the disjointed plot line, etc Yes, like many other authors have done in the past and will continue to do in the future, Brandon switches between several inhabitants of a prescribed geographical area And then he ties all the disparate stories together in the end For me, in this case, it works The writing I think maybe some of the reviewers who didn t like this book either don t like this KIND of book or don t know how to read this kind of book There are a lot of negative comments regarding the disjointed plot line, etc Yes, like many other authors have done ...

  4. says:

    I really liked this novel It fits together like a half dozen character studies It seemed disjointed at first and I had some difficulty fitting the pieces together, but by the last 1 2 I was truly transfixed Awestruck in the last quarter A beautiful, creative narrative about loss and need and c...

  5. says:

    I want very badly to give this book 5 stars because so much is done so well within it, but then there s the wolf, and Reggie Honestly, if these two characrer weren t there, getting in the way, and insisting on a direction, I think Brandon s other characters, all s...

  6. says:

    I love libraries, and I love librarians who take a chance on books that may not make it to the best seller lists I don t know how they choose, but if anyone would like to enlighten me, I d appreciate it Here in Seattle King County we have great librarians In the past year I ve taken a chance on five books that ended up to be 4 5 star titles All from the library, all off the shelves on a whim lucky me A Million Heavens makes it six.A child prodigy who taps the universal chords for all of I love libraries, and I love librarians who take a chance on books that may not make it to the best seller lists I don t know how they choose, but if anyone would like to enlighten me, I d appreciate it Here in Seattle King County we have great librarians In the past year I ve taken a chance on five books that ended up to be 4 5 star titles All from the library, all off the shelves on a whim lucky me A Million Heavens makes it six.A child prodigy who taps the universal chords for all of 30 seconds falls into a coma The six or so other characters tracked in this novel are all touched by that incident somedirectly than others, but all within the orbit John Brandon does a terrific job of giving life to each of the characters, and a few others on the periphery This is a book about the good we do to and for one another, even with some bad mixed in, and I think the entire work is a love hymn of sorts It s the most optimistic read of the year for me It also takes place between Albuquerque and San...

  7. says:

    Beautifully written and structured Initially it seemed too clever for its own good the wolf perspective chapters were kind of, oh yeah, it s a McSweeny s book, herp but Brandon does such a superb job of tying everything together it s just an impressive piece of work from start to almost finish The ending is a bit perfunctory, though in some ways that s probably for the best, as it may have tried to tie things together too neatly with too much detail about the final fate of coma boy musi Beautifully written and structured Initially it seemed too clever for its own good the wolf perspective chapters were kind...

  8. says:

    I m not usually a fan of mystic realism and this parable seemed stretched at times A group of disjointed misfits whose stories entwine with the meanderings and symbolic maulings of a wolf, leave the reader in free fall at times This work waspoetry than narrative and while I appreciated the lyric...

  9. says:

    Tentatively 4 stars In my mind, I bounced back and forth between 3 and 4 stars as I read I had 3 star It s good, but why should I care moments and 4 star Daaaaang this shit is legit moments, and ultimately the latter won I think Reggie is dead Soren is in a coma These are not spoilers, because the back of the book will tell you as much The book isn t so much about them as it is about everyone around them the majority of the main characters don t even know Reggie or Soren, but they c Tentatively 4 stars In my mind, I bounced back and forth between 3 and 4 stars as I read I had 3 star It s good, but why should I care moments and 4 star Daaaaang this shit is legit moments, and ultimately the latter won I think Reggie is dead Soren is in a coma These are not spoilers, because the back of the book will tell you as much The book isn t so much about them as it is about everyone around them the majority of the main characters don t even know Reggie or Sore...

  10. says:

    Cecelia, The Wolf, The Mayor, Reggie, Dannie, Arn, The Gas Station Owner, Soren s Father, The Piano Teacher, The Wolf, Dannie, The Gas Station Owner, Arn, Cecelia, The Mayor, Reggie, Cecelia, The Wolfthese are subheadings cutting up the entire book every two or three pages These characters all relate to each other but not in a very interesting way Additionally, each character is referred to in third person by each name above which is tiresome and annoying when you have to keep reading The Cecelia, The Wolf, The Mayor, Reggie, Dannie, Arn, The Gas Station O...

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