Are you your own worst enemy?
In the book Dark Matter by Blake Crouch, being your own worst enemy isn’t just figurative.
This was the first book of Blake Crouch’s I’ve read, and it was amazing! Jason Dessen is abducted and wakes up in a world very similar to our own, but with major differences.
In the new world, he’s a brilliant scientist with no limits on his potential (or money). In his “real” world, he’s an ordinary guy who teaches physics at the local college.
He basically has the life and everything he ever dreamed of except for two very important things… his wife and son. To get back to his own world, he has to answer some very hard questions and somehow manage to keep his sanity as he goes from world to world where he’s himself, but there’s a “him” already there. And his wife is his wife in some worlds, but doesn’t even know him in others. And what about their son?
This book was almost impossible to put down once I got started reading. It made me ask questions about how well I really know myself and what I would do if put in the same situation. I felt like I was right there with Jason… I laughed with him, cried with him, and even had to stop to catch my breath as I ran with him!
Need a new book? I definitely recommend this one!
Thanks so much to the Blogging for Books program for providing me a copy of this book in exchange for this review.
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