Dark Matter by Blake Crouch (EPUB)
“Are you happy with your life?” Those are the last words Jason Dessen hears before the masked abductor knocks him unconscious. Before he awakens to find himself strapped to a gurney, surrounded by strangers in hazmat suits. Before a man Jason’s never met smiles down at him and says, “Welcome back, my friend.”
In this world he’s woken up to, Jason’s life is not the one he knows. His significant other is not his better half. His child was never conceived. What’s more, Jason is not a normal school material science educator but rather a commended virtuoso who has accomplished something surprising – something incomprehensible.
Is it this world or the other that is the fantasy? Also, regardless of the possibility that the home he recollects is genuine, in what manner can Jason make it back to the family he adores? The appropriate responses lie in a voyage more wondrous and appalling than anything he could’ve envisioned—one that will constrain him to stand up to the darkest parts of himself even as he fights an unnerving, apparently top notch adversary.
Dark Matter is the sort of convincing “I should know WTF is going on” book that makes you disregard everything else you needed to do that day. You venture into this world – this supreme personality fuck of a world that will pull at both your heart strings and your cerebrum cells – and you would prefer not to turn out until you know how it closes. Genuine living? What difference does it make? Poo is going down and I require answers!
I as of late read Blake Crouch‘s Pines and was truly disillusioned. It was an incredible idea, however I thought the TV show was better and I didn’t much like any of the characters. That is not an issue here. Jason Dessen experiences some genuine poo and it’s hard not to discover sensitivity for him when his life is tore separated.
It’s mind-twisting and energizing. I felt associated with the book on an individual level since I shared Jason’s frightfulness and the dread that he could never make it back to the family he adores. So it was candidly captivating. Be that as it may, it was additionally intriguing. I could feel my eyes getting more extensive as I read promote into the story.
The kind of “wind” in the plot is the ideal kind. One of those that I should have seen coming – it was so self-evident! – but I didn’t. By any stretch of the imagination. So great.