Dark Matter by Blake Crouch

Dark MatterDark Matter by Blake Crouch
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

It’s impossible to deny the reality of our helplessness. Aside from each other, this box is the only constant we have. A very tiny boat in the middle of a very large ocean. It’s our shelter. Our prison. Our home.

Jason a father, husband and teacher at the local college in Chicago is content with where he is and who he. Everything changes when he is kidnapped after meeting with a friend at a local bar. His masked abductor seems familiar has he drives to a deserted building with a strange request. He is given a drug and when he awakens, he tries to go back home but home is not home. He keeps thinking of his wife and son and is determined to get his life back. What he realizes is that he doesn’t know the side of him that got him where he is now. As he discovers what he must do, will he survive? Will his family survive?

This book reminded me of the movie Inception and was very sci-fi. A thriller that keeps you at the edge and makes you question what is reality. Very well done as it keeps you in the know and in the dark at the same time. Intense with heart.

A Special Thank You to Crown Publishing and Netgalley for the ARC and the opportunity to post an honest review.

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