Overview Released from prison to a female Christian halfway house, Eve, a recovering drug addict, has no intention of staying clean, until she falls in love with an associate pastor and will do anything to become his wife. Original.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8" Width: 5.5" Height: 1.1" Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2007
Publisher Urban Books
ISBN 1933967188 ISBN13 9781933967189
Availability 0 units.
More About Dynah Zale
Dynah Zale was born and raised in Deptford, New Jersey. She graduated with an Associate's Degree from Camden County College and then moved to Atlanta, Georgia to complete her studies at Spellman College, before returning to her home state.
Reviews - What do customers think about Heaven Sent?
A very Powerful story!! Dec 21, 2007
This is the second novel I've read by Dynah Zale and once again I was impressed,This book was so powerful and emmotional and it touched me alot.It was also filled with drama which kept me up reading for hours at a time just so I could know what happened at the end.The only thing that was misleading was the synopsis on the back cover of the book which stated that the main character was named Eve but it really was Heaven,I hope that this has been brought to the author's attention as well.In other words,great book and God Is So Amazing!
G.I.S.A - God Is So Amazing Sep 17, 2007
"Heaven Sent" is a fine inspirational read which chronicles the life of Heaven, who can't seem to keep her life in order due to drug abuse, feelings of desertion and her mother's mental illness.
I feel the book precisely describes how desperation will cause an individual to do the unthinkable in order to achieve happiness.
I look forward to reading "Drama in the Church" next.
"Her name may NOT have been Eve, but she was just as deceitful...No conscience at all..." Sep 10, 2007
Ms. Zale enters the literary scene with a great debut novel.
She stuns us from the first page with the poor portrayal of Heaven as a drug addicted mother and the horrendous repercussions of her antics due to her addiction. Ms. Zale pulls at your pity with the follow-up scenes of Heaven in prison and then we find ourselves at a point where Heaven is given a second chance. She qualifies for early release to a half-way house. This book has alot of depth in the stories that are told by drug addicted mothers and the horrible lives and situations they've lead and put their beautiful, innocent children through. There are some really emotional scenes that will cause the faint hearted to have to take a break from reading. She definitely delivers these awful tales with a gusto and a realism that does indeed pull at your heart as you feel the pain, the cruelty, and the ugliness that the drugs calls the addicts to their weakest point and the suffering others face because of it.
Upon Heaven's release, her lying, sneaky, and evil ways comes back full force with her renewed freedom. She plays this role in the church while using her body to manipulate men to obtain her desires. She has a fixation on a widower and assumes this innocent act, despite opposition from his sister, she manages to win his affection and his hand in marriage. "Heaven Sent" is definitely a page turner in which Heaven captivates you with all the sheisty shenanigans she pulls and you're constantly trying to figure out what's her next devious step and what unsuspecting person will suffer the consequences of her treacherous nature.
"Heaven Sent" is mos def penned in jest with the title because it is anything but....So jump aboard and journey with Ms. Zale as she takes you on a very eventful and interesting tale of an addicts' life and those that unknowingly travel the road with them. Great job! Keep up the good work!!! The originality is awesome!!
Great Read!! Sep 8, 2007
I enjoyed reading Heaven Sent. I could not put it down. I believe it was well written. The only misleading part of the book, was the back cover. It states her name is Eve and she marries Rev. Washington. But, her name is Heaven and she was never mentioned as Eve. Also, she married Deacon Washington and he never became a Rev throughtout the book. A Deacon and a Rev. are two different positions. Other than that, the book was pretty good. I would recommend that you read it.
Heaven Sent Aug 23, 2007
It is difficult to determine what the writer's intention was with this book. I really did not enjoy this book and would not reccommend it, if you feel you must read it please borrow the book or at the very least buy used.