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Monday, January 30, 2017

Book Review: Dark Matter by Blake Crouch

I can't even begin to describe how much I adored this book. Blake Crouch's Dark Matter is a nail-biting, science fiction, thriller unlike any other I have ever read. I cannot go into much detail because the fun of the book is trying to figure out what is going on and how it could all be happening. Jason Dessen, a family man with a wife and son, an undergraduate physics professor is kidnapped and wakes up in a world in which he has no wife, no son, but does have a prestigious physics award and a group of people who hail him as a hero. Which world is real? Does it matter? And how can Jason get back to the world he knows?

The suspense is off the charts and I found myself thinking that the audio book was just too slow, so I bought the book. I never buy books anymore, but I bought the Kindle edition of this one because I know that I'll be wanting to read it again sometime in the near future. Highly recommend for fans of science fiction, thrillers, suspense, and mysteries.

This book fulfills the #2017PopSugarReadingChallenge: Advanced Category #2: A bestseller from 2016
It also fulfills the #2017FullHouseReadingChallenge: Two Worded Title
It fulfills the #2017AudioBookChallenge

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