My dear friend has written a phenomenal review of Blake Crouch’s Dark Matter. Check it out, guys and gals.:) Excellent work, Ed!
I know it’s only February, but this joker has taken a substantial lead in the race for my 2016 Book of the Year.
I’ve read and reviewed several of Blake Crouch’s novels: the Wayward Pines series, Run, and Desert Places. I have yet to read a bad Crouch book. Up until I read Dark Matter, Run was my favorite. All that’s changed now.
Dark Matter is, at its surface, a spec-fic thriller. The book is paced like a thriller, too. Gets the blood pumping, for sure. The significant difference between this novel and Crouch’s other works is the depth of emotion, as this is Crouch’s most mature novel to date. It tackles love and lust, partnership and loss. Due to the twisty nature of the plot, we’re allowed to see all outcomes of a thought process that haunts many if not all of us: What might have…
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