Jason’s life is absolutely perfect. He married the woman of his dreams. He has a son whom he loves. A job he enjoys. Of course, he wonders what life could have been like if he hadn’t given up his ambitious scientific experimentation on parallel universes. But every life has compromises. There’s no way of knowing what might have happened had he made different choices, so why waste time thinking about it?
At least that’s what Jason believed. When he is abducted by a mystery man and knocked unconscious, he wakes up in a world eerily similar to his own except that his life is not his life. He is not married to Daniela. His son doesn’t even exist. This is the alternate reality in which Jason Dessen pursued his line of scientific inquiry and found a way to jump between parallel universes. The Jason of this world has abducted him and stolen his life. And now Jason will do anything to find a way home and take it all back.
DARK MATTER is fast-moving, dark, and suspenseful with killer twists that keep you guessing. The squiffy science might disappoint diehard sci-fi fans (as it did several of my book-clubbers), but DARK MATTER will delight thriller readers. I certainly enjoyed it!