Stealing Heaven ebook

by ,Elizabeth Scott

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My name is Danielle. I'm eighteen. I've been stealing things for as long as I can remember.

Dani has been trained as a thief by the best there is—her mother. They never stay in one place long enough for Dani to have real connections, real friends—a real life.

But in the town of Heaven, everything changes. Suddenly, Dani must question where her loyalties lie: with the life she's always known—or the one she's always wanted.

Stealing Heaven is about 18 year old Danielle who secretly wishes she could be called Dani. But she can't even use her own name since she lives a life of crime along with her mother. They bounce from place to place robbing peoples houses. But they don't steal cash or jewelry or your DVD players. They steal only silver. I know, weird right?

They end up in this small town called Heaven and suddenly, Dani's entire life changes. She finds out what it feels like to have a friend, a real friend who cares about you. To have a guy like you. And she hates her life of crime. Her mom fills her with empty promises, manipulates her (in my opinion) as well as everyone else around her. The messed up things her mom does really starts to show while they're in Heaven. How selfish and greedy she is. But yet, Dani clings on to her because she believes her mother is the only person who wants her around (were in the world did she get this idea from?!).

Dani wants to stop, but she doesn't want to disappoint her mom. The worst part? The guy she likes is a cop. A rather sweet and understanding cop. I enjoyed reading about him and it made me miss having crushes. So what will Dani do? Will she continue to be controlled by her mother or will she finally take a stand and branch off and do her own thing?

I have to admit, this book started off slow and boring (maybe because I'm not really into the whole robbing someone thing, did that statement sound stupid? Sorry, blame it on the place I grew up) but once they get into Heaven and the one day that Dani's life changes, everything is just a surprising roller coaster from there. I love Elizabeth Scott's writing as well. I highly recommend this book!
Dani's never known anything other than the life of crime she shares with her mother: constantly moving around, targeting wealthy households, and stealing their silver. Though she secretly wishes for a fixed, stable, and law-abiding, her loyalty to her mother overshadows any of these dreams.

Then Dani and her mother move to Heaven, a small beach town with plenty of wealthy residents and numerous opportunities for Dani and her mom. But Dani is distracted from the job for the first time ever: she makes a genuine friend...who just happens to be the daughter of the people Dani's mom wishes to steal from. And then she meets a guy...who just happens to be a cop. Suddenly Dani is hit with a torrent of confusion and must challenge all that she has ever known to discover just how far her loyalty to her mother really extends.

Stealing Heaven is a thoughtful, honest, and emotional look at one girl's struggles to break free from her upbringing and find her own path without betraying her roots. Elizabeth Scott's authentic and down-to-earth voice give the whole cast of characters a certain highly noticeable vibrancy that makes them stick in the reader's mind, and her knack for drawing on all of her character's life experiences to create a comprehensive picture of them and their situations make for an even more engaging and absorbing read. Stealing Heaven is very well thought out and detailed, ensuring that the plot runs smoothly, which helps to diminish the small unrealistic sense of the situation, and the numerous witty remarks accompanied by Dani's oftentimes sarcastic commentary keep the tone appropriately light. Scott continues to keep things real by giving Stealing Heaven an end that readers will heartily appreciate, sealing Scott's status as an amazingly talented author who knows teens and has a gift for portraying the complexity of life.
I loved STEALING HEAVEN. The reader is drawn into Danielle's world. She is a sympathetic character; it's so obvious that she's done the best she could with the cards she was dealt-- particularly the mother she has, a woman whose selfishness seems endless. Or is it?
I highly recomend this book. It's a great read and an emotionally involving story.
Beth Fehlbaum, author
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What a book! I couldn't put it down and finished it within hours! Great for the young adult and older adult as well. It really surprised me. Great story, not far fetched at all. I really felt bad for Dani the whole time. What a strong young woman.
Stealing Heaven ebook
,Elizabeth Scott
Literature & Fiction
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HarperTeen; Reprint edition (June 23, 2009)
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