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Dark Matter [Reading] ➿ Dark Matter By Blake Crouch – Thomashillier.co.uk Nopeakäänteisin erikoisin trilleri jonka tänä vuonna luet MashablecomFantastisen kauhistuttava jännitysromaani epäonnistuneesta kvanttifyysikosta joka elää rinnakkaistodellisuudessa unelmiensa Nopeakäänteisin erikoisin trilleri jonka tänä vuonna luet MashablecomFantastisen kauhistuttava jännitysromaani epäonnistuneesta kvanttifyysikosta joka elää rinnakkaistodellisuudessa unelmiensa elämää kohtalokkain seurauksinOletko tyytyväinen elämääsi ovat viimeiset sanat jotka kvanttifyysikko Jason Dessen kuulee ennen kuin naamioitunut sieppaaja kolkkaa hänet Kun Jason tulee tajuihinsa maailma tuntuu nyrjähtäneen sijoiltaan Enää hän ei ole nukkavieru fysiikan professori vaan juhlittu nero joka onnistui siinä missä luuseri Jason epäonnistui Paitsi että pian unelma osoittautuu painajaiseksi Seuraa kiihkeä pakomatka rinnakkaistodellisuuden syövereihin sinne missä odottaa Jason Dessenin pahin vihollinen.

About the Author: Blake Crouch

Blake Crouch is a bestselling novelist and screenwriter He is the author of the forthcoming novel Dark Matter for which he is writing the screenplay for Sony Pictures His international bestselling Wayward Pines trilogy was adapted into a television series for FOX executive produced by M Night Shyamalan that was Summer ’s show With Chad Hodge Crouch also created Good Behavior the T.

10 thoughts on “Dark Matter

  1. Emily May Emily May says:

    I suppose we’re both just trying to come to terms with how horrifying infinity really is This book made me feel tiny It was overwhelming and scary but oh so very gripping too Dark Matter is the kind of compelling I must know WTF is going on book that makes you forget about everything else you had to do that day You step into this world this absolute mind fuck of a world that will tug at both your heart strings and your brain cells and you don't want to come out until you know how it ends Real life? Who cares? Shit is going down and I need answersI recently read Crouch's Pines and was pretty disappointed It was a great concept but I thought the TV show was better and I didn't much like any of the characters That's not a problem here Jason Dessen goes through some serious shit and it's hard not to find sympathy for him when his life is ripped apartAfter being abducted one night by a masked man Jason is knocked unconscious and wakes in an unfamiliar place surrounded by unfamiliar people who all seem to think he's somebody he isn't What happened to him? Where are his beloved wife and son? These are uestions that he will try to answer But as he discovers and about his situation he starts to doubt what is real and what is not Doubt whether he'll ever make it back to his life Doubt whether it ever even existed at all I think like you like me like everyone she had regrets I think sometimes she woke up in the night wondering if the path she took was the right one And just when you think you got it When you think you've wrapped your brain around where this book is taking you and what's going on well buckle your seat belts because this ride is about to get a whole lot crazier In a good wayIt's mind bending and exciting I felt connected to the book on a personal level because I shared Jason's horror and the fear that he would never make it back to the family he loves So it was emotionally engaging But it was also thought provoking I could feel my eyes getting wider as I read further into the storyThe sort of twist in the plot is the perfect kind One of those that I really should have seen coming it was so obvious and yet I didn't At all So so goodBlog | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Youtube | Store

  2. Justin Justin says:

    I loved the premise of this storyAre we really happy? What if we made different decisions in life? What if we could live out choices we never made but wished we did?What if we went left instead of right?StraightBackwardDiagon AlleyHarry PotterThe premise was very interesting The stuff about the box and the multiverse and even the science at times was interestingWhy couldn't you pull that off Andy Weir?The plot is so fast paced and relentless Even if you aren't fully invested you want to keep going because it's so easy to keep goingFew paragraphs have than two sentences Most have just oneOr just a few wordsOr a listSausagePepperoniCheeseBaconI use the word paragraph looselyBlake Crouch doesn't use paragraphs at all SometimesSentencesWordsLittle descriptionAll plotAll actionLots of running Guns Murder kind of SurprisesFamilyLoveScienceIt's all there This book really just wants a few hours of your attention That's all It doesn't need you to think too much about it and it doesn't need you to remember it a few weeks later when you're doing other important stuffIt just wants to hang out and take you on a little ride for the weekend and then let you off to get back to your real lifeKeep your arms and legs inside at all times Until the ride comes to a complete stop Thank you for choosing Dark Matter We know you have choices when it comes to science fiction thriller books and we thank you for choosing this one to entertain you todayThe MartianHarlan Coben any of themNo comparisonsI can see this being made into a movie Something like The Matrix Seems like Blake Crouch has all of his stuff turned into TV shows these daysWayward PinesSome other show on TNT I thinkI don't know enough to really comment on thoseBut I know they're there They'reTheirThereThey're there in their whateverThis is written just like that young adult trilogy Chaos WalkingThe Knife of Never Letting Go is a better bookBut that's just me I don't even know why I need to say that They're different books They're there and they're different books for young adults and their enjoyment there Yes they are They'reHello thereI do think if we could really do what this book talks about or if there really is what this book says there is boy that would be wild and I think our heads would explode trying to rationalize itBoomPowZapZap only if our heads explode because of a Taser or a laser beam I guessAnyway if you made it this far I'm sorry I think you should read this if you want a fun thrill ride one day or two Don't expect much from Dark Matter and it will get the job done Zap

  3. Jennifer Masterson Jennifer Masterson says:

    LOVED IT This book is insanity in a box 5 stars Believe the hype Do not read many reviews If you like sci fi or want something different and can suspend disbelief read or listen to this bookThis is the audio version review The audio narrated by actor Jon Lindstrom is as good as it gets He was the perfect narrator for Dark Matter This man was born to narrate books He's that goodDark Matter starts out pretty simple and then very uickly it turns insane and just keeps getting crazier and crazier When you think it can't get any crazier it does Trust me I will never look at a box the same way again If there is a trigger warning for boxes this book should have it Lol Jason Desson is a physicist He has been married to Daniela for years He has a son Charlie who is almost 15 years old He's generally a happy guy He works at a college and loves his family One day he goes to a bar When he leaves the bar everything changes That's it That's all the plot summery I'm giving you because from there I would be going into spoiler territoryI will share one uote that I think avoids spoilers but might peak your curiosity Is it possible to outthink yourself Boom And that's all folksRead it

  4. Regan Regan says:

    45This book fcked me up

  5. Matthew Matthew says:

    Best way to sum this up one of the most uniue and original stories I have read in a long time 75% of this book I cannot give you a similar example of from another storyI can see why others have said it is tough to review without spoiling EVERYONE SHOULD READ THIS BEFORE IT GETS SPOILED FOR YOUIt is the perfect balance of suspense action sci fi romance and WHAT THE HECK?? I was enthralled the entire time and did not want to put it down but we all have to sleep and work sometime right?Maybe this book isn't for you but perhaps there is a different version of you somewhere and it is perfect for them Do that other you justice and give this one a shotUpdate 1262016 ARGH This should have won the Goodreads Choice Awards I am calling for a recount

  6. Cristina Monica Cristina Monica says:

    It's terrifying when you consider that every thought we have every choice we could possibly make creates a new world Dark Matter to be blunt is miles and miles away from the line that marks my ‘‘comfort zone’’ I never or very very seldom read books such as this oneBut the truth is I never read a book like Dark Matter beforeIt’s a love story it’s a thriller it’s a science fiction bookIt’s thought provoking gripping action filledIt makes you think about life and family and what matters mostWho you are who you were who you could beWhat you want what you need and what you should haveWhen to start when to stop and when to go backThe writing is so very simplistic but it does the job It just isn’t the reason why this book is so highly praised The author manages however to bring to life an authentic loveable and heart warming hero or shall I say heroes?There is a lot going on in this story Don’t you worry there’s not just action There’s plenty of inspirational uotes and deep emotional scenes and surprisesI can’t give this book a five star rating because the writing isn’t great exactly and it’s simply not the type of book I would ever reread but if I were to rate it on my enjoyment alone my rating would be a four point fiveWhen I said that Dark Matter is thought provoking I meant every syllable There is no way to close this book and not ponder tiny big things in your life No way to not uestion some things or not smile at othersI won’t summarize the story because I read this having no prior knowledge of what it would contain and the reading turned out amazing for me Plus it’s much poignant this way You won’t see a thing coming Even the ending is not what you’ll expect at the beginning But it’s good Oh it’s very goodBlog | Youtube | Twitter | Instagram | Google | Bloglovin’

  7. chai ♡ chai ♡ says:

    What with all due respect the absolute fuck was this bookHow do you even start getting over this? How does that happen to someone? I feel verymmmmm what's the wordconfused? lost? so thoroughly mind fucked? I swear to god my soul has aged for an entire century since I started this book I wish I could just hollow out a loaf of bread fresh out of the oven and lay in it for a week Or maybe just sit on top of a mountain drink some oolong and not think for a month or two I don't know Maybe Nasa can fling me into Jupiter to see the inside of that hurricane I just don't have the energy to be a person right now—this book really wiped me out and I reckon I'll need several days to recover emotionally “If there are a million ponds out there with versions of you and me living similar and different lives there’s none better than right here right now I’m sure of that than anything in the world” Here's a summary of Dark MatterYou are going to be thrown into emotional chaos lose your mind and also fuck you lolPretty muchThis was crazy Like mind fuckingly crazy I don't even know how to begin to explain it The only thing I know about this book is that I don’t know anything and I don’t even know if I know that that wellSometimes while I’m reading I’m like okay I got this My thoughts would start off in one concrete area and I’d have a solid ground to be thinking from A nice launching pad for a complete thought process And then—PLOT TWIST And my thoughts would just take a wrong turn except instead of a slight detour I’ll end up in some third lower dimension where I can taste sounds and hear colors or something “We all live day to day completely oblivious to the fact that we’re a part of a much larger and stranger reality than we can possibly imagine” I'm really starting to think that everything was better in the early 2000s especially my ignorance of the multiverse theory and The Lord of The Rings movieNow? Well now that I have read this book I’m sometimes up during these early night self destruction hours wondering how many of my alternate universe selves are dead and thinking about all the parallel universes and different versions of me and how in one universe I could be a graceful ballet dancer Iron Man might be my least favorite superhero or I might think One Direction are good or—god forbid—I could hate CheeriosSomeone need to collapse the multiverse immediately I’m going to SCREAM drops dramatically to the floor We’re all just wandering through the tundra of our existence assigning value to worthlessness when all that we love and hate all we believe in and fight for and kill for and die for is as meaningless as images projected onto Plexiglas Honestly though this book changed me Like who am I?You know those moments when you look in the mirror and you think holy fuck that’s me Because for some reason it feels like the person you’re looking at in the mirror is a total stranger and you begin reflecting on the insignificance and impermanence of life and thinking about how you were miraculously born on one of the few planets out of 100 billion in our galaxy that are capable of supporting life through a delicate balance of heat size and chemical bonding How you’re just an insignificant blip in a solar system in a galaxy in the infinite structure of the universeand for a few minutes you seductively slip into existential melancholy?I had that moment at 4 am right after finishing this book and I couldn't sleep at all because that mineral that decides whether you sleep melocotón or whateverit wouldn’t stop fucking screamingEven worse I've had to confront a lot of hard truths in my dreams afterwards—my subconscious didn't have to do that and I believe Blake Crouch owes me so many apologies Just the other day—and I wish I was making this shit up—I had the most unrealistic and also horrible nightmare and I have never been so happy to be fully conscious and participating in reality; if you must now it involved an alternate timeline where every single life form is Dnald Trmp shudders I know this is probably the least informative review of this book that you'll ever read but in my defense I still have no idea what the fuck I just read can't handle it and goes to sleep

  8. Jeffrey Keeten Jeffrey Keeten says:

    NO SPOILERS I SWEAR”What if all the pieces of belief and memory that comprise who I am my profession Daniela my son are nothing but a tragic misfiring in that gray matter between my ears? Will I keep fighting to be the man I think I am? Or will I disown him and everything he loves and step into the skin of the person this world would like for me to be?And if I have lost my mind what then?What if everything I know is wrong?No StopI am not losing my mind”There is nothing frustrating to a reviewer than reading a book that can’t be written about Almost every piece of information I could give you about this book is a spoiler Now my definition of a spoiler and other people’s definition of a spoiler are not always the same but in the case of this book the less said the better I was very fortunate to watch the movie The Sixth Sense without having a clue about the plot which is a minor miracle since I’m highly exposed to plots of movies and books but I was over the moon to watch that particular movie without knowing the twist of the plot So with The Sixth Sense That plot has nothing to do with this plot just to be clear in mind I am going to resist the urge to write and write and write about how cool this book is The first order of business is to convince your friends to read it with you because you are going to want to discuss this book over numerous bottles of wine and a platter of cheese and pretzels The cheese and pretzels only so you can drink wine It would be cruel and unusual punishment to have a designated driver so my thought is that you should have this book discussion at someone’s house and bring your PJs Stay over and maybe if you have the right reasonably attractive friends you can have”fumbling groping backset of the car unprotected because who gives a fuck protons smashing together sex” So keep that in mind so that you don’t get TOO DRUNK while discussing this book Now anyone familiar with Blake Crouch should know he is a twisty a twizzler a zigzagger a trickster He bamboozled me in Wayward Pines and now he has gone even further with Dark Matter The great thing about this TWIST is that it isn’t just a one off twistoh nothis is a twist that keeps wrapping itself around other twists until you start to feel little explosions in your head of all those overloaded brain cells It’s okay you have plenty to spare By the end of the book and certainly after the protons smashing together sex you will be fully convinced that “we’re a part of a much larger and stranger reality than we can possibly imagine” You will also be convinced that you need to read Blake Crouch books so you might as well go ahead and factor that into your book budget and erhhh food budget right now ”What might have been and whathas beenPoint to one end which is alwayspresentFootfalls echo in the memoryDown the passage which we donot takeTowards the door we neverOpened T S Eliot ‘Burnt Norton’” I received a free copy of this book from NetGalley and Crown Publishers in exchange for an honest review If you wish to see of my most recent book and movie reviews visit also have a Facebook blogger page at

  9. Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin says:

    This reread on Audio was good I enjoyed the narrator I just read the craziest book and it was so good I was going along wanting to find out what in the world has happened to Jason Why has he lost his identity Who are these people after him I mean one minute you have a wife and kid and then you don't Your in another world ish AND THEN IT WAS DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE Just trying to enjoy this book and they lured me right on down that hole So now What am I going to say in this review that won't give anything away I mean this is a book that you need to talk about with people It is full of science and alternate this and alternate that Holy crow the things Jason has to go through just to try to find his wife Daniela and his son Charlie is CRAZYThe book is good though it will definitely keep you on your toes and have a lot of those what the moments And when you find out who is behind a lot of this stuff when he goes to different realities it will throw you for a loop I was like no way I would not want to be this man Anyway all of you science peeps out there should read it and some others too I want to see what some of my friends think about it I would like to thank Penguin Random House for a print copy of this book through The Reading Room in exchange for my honest reviewMY BLOG Melissa Martin's Reading List

  10. Chelsea Humphrey Chelsea Humphrey says:

    Dr Mr CrouchI was first introduced to your work via my Aunt Janet “The Librarian” years ago; she started me off with your Andrew Z ThomasLuther Kite series and I knew I’d found a new favorite author I branched out on my own and decided to try the Wayward Pines series; somehow I ended up liking that even than the previous I was on a roll Months ago when I first saw your new book listed on NetGalley it was vague and sneaky both things I like in a book but I decided to wait on reuesting until I saw a couple of reviews Then it hit me everyone was describing this new book as a love story A LOVE STORY? No thanks; not for me I don’t do that mushy gushy nonsense I was disappointed; I had really hoped for something exciting and fresh As time went on of my Goodreads buds kept giving me grief to the point I agreed to read it but I put it off as long as possible until finally I just needed to clear it off my shelf I was still a little bitter and possibly throwing a tantrum but I was going to read it despite your utter betrayal into the land of touchy feelyBoy was I wrong I know; I should have trusted you And I finally get all those “this is truly a love story blah blah blah” comments because at heart it is just that You made sure to include all the intelligent thrilling components of a Blake Crouch masterpiece that made me almost cancel my date night because I had to read “just one chapter” I’m not sure who’s bright idea it was to release your book during this Stranger Things phenomenon but it was genius My brain hasn’t had to process this much science since college and it’s given me the illusion that I can moonlight as an intellectual again Hehe Anyway no plot summary giveaways or spoilers here but thank you good sir for putting in the time and effort to create an unforgettable journey that is sure to stay with all its readers for years to come I appreciate you keeping it simple enough for my brain to keep up and hopefully I’m not the only one who feels this way I’ll be recommending this to everyone in the near future and am sure to include this in my Top Books of 2016 round upThanks again and looking forward to the next book I promise to be trusting the next go aroundAll the bestChelsPS I received my digital copy via NetGalley from Crown Publishing in exchange for an honest and fair review I ended up loving it so much that they sent a paper arc that was leftover and I am eagerly awaiting its arrival to add to my collection of awesome books that were keepers

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