Heaven Enough

Heaven Enough 1

by Ken La Salle

Publication Date: 17/02/2015

5/5 Rating 1 Reviews
Heaven Enough Is a poem about longing, about wishing for something more. "What would it be like if I had heaven enough?" it reads. Matt Murphy reads these words for the first time at his wife's funeral. After a death shrouded with mystery, it is the first time he learns that she wrote poetry. He and Diva were married for nearly twenty years, yet he did not "know" her. A poet and lover of culinary delights, she is struck by a car and killed instantly-randomly-on the wrong side of town. When her brother, the "monk," appears for the funeral, Matt is set on an unprecedented course. The two find Diva's computer filled with preparations to hike the Pacific Crest Trail. Over 2600 miles from Mexico to Canada...and she was leaving without her husband. Matt takes it upon himself to hike the trail and sprinkle her ashes along the way. What happens in the first two hours is dumbfounding. What happens next changes his life forever...
Publication Date:
Limitless Publishing LLC
Country of origin:
United States

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  • Well done!

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    When I first started reading Heaven Enough, I was surprised at the introduction to the story. The first part is Diva’s funeral. Ah, but it sets the stage for all that happens from there on out. La Salle does not disappoint. On the contrary, he entices you along with little bits of information that is more like Hansel and Gretel crumbs leading you to the truth, the crux of the whole story. Absolutely awesome writing that leaves you speechless. No, it leaves you muttering ‘BRAVO!’
    • CJ Loiacono