Dark Matter

Virtual book club, Dark Matter by Blake Crouch, 2017 book recommendation, science fiction

This book review is long overdue! When I started the blog I had every intention of reviewing one book per month. Well, I didn’t take into consideration that I’d need to take a little sick leave here and there. I feel as though a weight has been lifted off my shoulders since I announced our pregnancy, and explained how sick I have been since Christmas. Not only did I need to take some time off from blogging, but reading became difficult for me as well. Every time I tried to read a book I became even more nauseous, and ultimately, I had to take a short break. I’m excited to be feeling slightly better, and able to get back to reading, and back to sharing some good reads with you all!

I picked this book up at one of the coolest bookstores I’ve been to in Seattle! Jeff knows how much I adore checking out new bookstores, so he brought the whole family (Jet included!) to Third Place Books in Seward Park. The book store is adjoined by the cutest little restaurant, Raconteur, where we ate before perusing the bookstore. If you’re in the Seward Park area, you must check it out! Okay, now on to the book…

This was not the typical book I like to read. You can usually find me curled up with a heartwarming piece of fiction, but this book hails from (dare I say) my least favorite category; science fiction. And I was absolutely enthralled from start to finish!  Dark Matter by Blake Crouch is a fast paced ride with a deep look into life and it’s infinite possibilities. It had me hooked on the first page with “standing happy and slightly drunk in my kitchen, I’m unaware that tonight is the end of all of this. The end of everything I know, everything I love.” Dark Matter is unpredictable and deeply thought provoking. I don’t want to say much more than that, because it is my hope that you will read it for yourself. I hope you enjoy this mysterious and heartfelt journey as much as I did.

Favorite quote: “It’s terrifying when you consider that every thought we have, every choice we could possibly make, creates a new world.” Blake Crouch, Dark Matter.



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