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Dark Matter: A Novel by Blake Crouch

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Dark Matter: A Novel Audiobook by Blake Crouch is a science fiction novel. The story is about Jesson Dressen. He is happily married with a son and teaches physics in a college. One night when he is returning back home, he is abducted by a man with a mask. When he gains consciousness, he is surrounded by men wearing hazmat suits. He soon realizes that the people around him believe to be someone else.

They treat him as a returning hero and ask questions on his achievements. He comes to the realization that he is no longer a college professor, he isn’t married and he is someone who works with on a top-secret project dealing with multiple universes with a very powerful and resourceful company.

The world where Dresson finds himself is a result of the choices made by him where he favored his job over his family. He is a famous scientist in his current state. He works for a powerful company and has won major awards and prizes. Dressen comes to the decision of escaping his captors and going back to his family.

He is aided by Amanda, a company psychiatrist who knows that his employers will go to any length to find more about Dressen’s discoveries. She helps Dressen to escape using a machine that allows to jump between timelines. Dressen hopes to find his home using the machine. How Dressen deals with this intriguing problem and comes out of it, forms the remainder of the story.


Dark Matter: A Novel Audiobook by Blake Crouch received positive reviews from the critics and the readers. The story is interesting and explores the realities of alternate worlds. The author ensures that the plot is fast paced and the pace does not sag anywhere during the entire plot.

The readers will be interested and engaged as many twists and turns come up unexpectedly. The readers will not be able to predict the climax as the plot has been craftily written by the author. The book is a nail biter and unputdownable. It is a recommended read for readers interested in science fiction and thrillers.

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