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Die sechsköpfige Besatzung eines im Raum treibenden Raumschiffes ist ohne Erinnerung aus einer langen Stasis erwacht. Sie müssen schnell zusammenarbeiten. Dark Matter ist eine kanadische Science-Fiction-Fernsehserie, die am Juni ihre Premiere bei den Sendern Space und Syfy hatte. Schon drei Tage. Dark Matter: Basierend auf der gleichnamigen Graphic Novel von Joseph Mallozzi und Paul Mullie handelt die Serie „Dark Matter“ von der sechsköpfigen . Die Sci-Fi-Serie „Dark Matter“ macht aus der Not eine Tugend: Statt mit bombastischen Weltraum-Effekten zu punkten, setzt sie auf. Einerseits bestätigte Mallozzi, dass die Absetzung von "Dark Matter" im Wesentlichen eine rein geschäftliche Entscheidung bei Syfy gewesen.
Dark Matter: Basierend auf der gleichnamigen Graphic Novel von Joseph Mallozzi und Paul Mullie handelt die Serie „Dark Matter“ von der sechsköpfigen . Einerseits bestätigte Mallozzi, dass die Absetzung von "Dark Matter" im Wesentlichen eine rein geschäftliche Entscheidung bei Syfy gewesen. Dark Matter ist eine kanadische Science-Fiction-Fernsehserie, die am Juni ihre Premiere bei den Sendern Space und Syfy hatte. Schon drei Tage.
Many SF die hards love Heinlein and might take offence to the fact that it does not blow me away. Aug 04, Cristina Monica rated it really liked it Shelves: science-fiction , family , thriller , action , adult , love-story.
It's terrifying when you consider that every thought we have, every choice we could possibly make, creates a new world.
But the truth is, I never read a book like Dark Matter before. It makes you think about life and family and wha It's terrifying when you consider that every thought we have, every choice we could possibly make, creates a new world.
It makes you think about life and family and what matters most. Who you are, who you were, who you could be.
What you want, what you need and what you should have. When to start, when to stop and when to go back. The writing is so very simplistic, but it does the job.
The author manages, however, to bring to life an authentic, loveable and heart-warming hero… or shall I say heroes?
There is a lot going on in this story. When I said that Dark Matter is thought-provoking, I meant every syllable. There is no way to close this book and not ponder tiny, big things in your life.
No way to not question some things or not smile at others. View all 46 comments. Feb 08, Jeffrey Keeten rated it it was amazing Shelves: thriller , science-fiction.
Will I keep fighting to be the man I think I am? Or will I disown him and everything he loves, and step into the skin of the person this world would like for me to be?
And if I have lost my mind, what then? What if everything I know is wrong? I am not losing my mind. So with The Sixth Sense That plot has nothing to do with this plot, just to be clear.
The first order of business is to convince your friends to read it with you because you are going to want to discuss this book over numerous bottles of wine and a platter of cheese and pretzels.
The cheese and pretzels only so you can drink more wine. Stay over and maybe, if you have the right reasonably attractive friends, you can have….
Now, anyone familiar with Blake Crouch should know he is a twisty, a twizzler, a zigzagger, a trickster.
He bamboozled me in Wayward Pines, and now he has gone even further with Dark Matter. Footfalls echo in the memory Down the passage which we do not take Towards the door we never Opened.
View all 98 comments. What, with all due respect, the absolute fuck was this book. How do you even start getting over this? How does that happen to someone?
I feel very I swear to god my soul has aged for an entire century since I started this book. I wish I could just hollow out a loaf of bread fresh out of the oven and lay in it for a week.
Or maybe just sit on top of a mountain, drink some oolong and not think for a month or two. I don't know.
M What, with all due respect, the absolute fuck was this book. Maybe Nasa can fling me into Jupiter to see the inside of that hurricane.
I just don't have the energy to be a person right now—this book really wiped me out and I reckon I'll need several days to recover emotionally.
Pretty much. This was crazy. Like, mind-fuckingly crazy. I don't even know how to begin to explain it. I got this.
A nice launching pad for a complete thought process. Honestly though, this book changed me. Like, who am I?
You know those moments when you look in the mirror and you think holy fuck! Even worse, I've had to confront a lot of hard truths in my dreams afterwards—my subconscious didn't have to do that and I believe Blake Crouch owes me so many apologies.
View all 66 comments. Apr 29, Chelsea Humphrey rated it it was amazing Shelves: netgalley , favorites. I branched out on my own and decided to try the Wayward Pines series; somehow I ended up liking that even more than the previous.
I was on a roll! Months ago, when I first saw your new book listed on NetGalley, it was vague and sneaky, both things I like in a book, but I decided to wait on requ Dr.
Months ago, when I first saw your new book listed on NetGalley, it was vague and sneaky, both things I like in a book, but I decided to wait on requesting until I saw a couple of reviews.
Then it hit me-everyone was describing this new book as a love story. No thanks; not for me.
I was disappointed; I had really hoped for something exciting and fresh! As time went on, more of my Goodreads buds kept giving me grief to the point I agreed to read it, but I put it off as long as possible until finally I just needed to clear it off my shelf.
I was still a little bitter and possibly throwing a tantrum, but I was going to read it despite your utter betrayal into the land of touchy feely.
Boy was I wrong. I know; I should have trusted you. Anyway, no plot summary, giveaways, or spoilers here, but thank you good sir for putting in the time and effort to create an unforgettable journey that is sure to stay with all its readers for years to come.
Thanks again, and looking forward to the next book. I promise to be more trusting the next go around. All the best, Chels P.
I received my digital copy via NetGalley from Crown Publishing in exchange for an honest and fair review.
I ended up loving it so much that they sent a paper arc that was leftover and I am eagerly awaiting its arrival to add to my collection of awesome books that were keepers.
View all 93 comments. This reread on Audio was good! I enjoyed the narrator! I just read the craziest book and it was so good.
I was going along wanting to find out what in the world has happened to Jason! Why has he lost his identity.
Who are these people after him! I mean one minute, you have a wife and kid and then you don't. Your in another world.. Just trying to enjoy this book and they lured me right on down that hole!
So now. What am I going to say in this rev This reread on Audio was good! What am I going to say in this review that won't give anything away.
I mean this is a book that you need to talk about with people. It is full of science and alternate this and alternate that.
The book is good though, it will definitely keep you on your toes and have a lot of those what the.. And when you find out who is behind a lot of this stuff when he goes to different realities, it will throw you for a loop!
I was like, no way!!!! I would not want to be this man! Anyway, all of you science peeps out there should read it and some others too.
I want to see what some of my friends think about it. View all 64 comments. Completely enamored. This book shook me up, made me think and held my heart captive.
The philosophical nature of this story and his ability to paint such a vivid world with his words really got to me.
It shook me to my core. Not my go-to genre or even one I read with any type of consistency. In fact, it was seeing sci-fi in the blurb t Wow.
In fact, it was seeing sci-fi in the blurb that initially made me run the other way. Jason goes from having a quiet family night with his wife and 14 year-old son; to being abducted at gunpoint, stripped naked and taken to an abandoned warehouse.
From there, an unexpected journey ensues. Along the way, the author presents so many questions and quandaries about life. Things that will make you sit back and think.
If you had the chance to live as a different version of yourself, would you? This book is deep, so be prepared.
His sheer will and perseverance is what drew me to him the most. I loved that he never, not for one single moment, wavered on his decision and ultimately what he wanted.
Which in this instance and in this genre felt completely unexpected, to me. I wish we were given a final chapter from her perspective.
I would love to know where she ended up. View all 81 comments. Apr 16, karen rated it really liked it.
View all 72 comments. Sep 27, Kemper rated it liked it Shelves: we-are-family , , sci-fi , thriller , blinded-me-with-science. Come at me, Goodreads!
Jason Dessen is just an average guy with a wife and son he loves, and a job teaching physics at a small college.
One night he goes out to meet a friend for drinks, but he ends up being kidnapped by a mysterious man who somehow rips him out of his life and drops him in the middle of a nightmare.
It flirts with big crazy science ideas, but in the end is more interested in being a human drama about family and choices we make.
Overall, it still fell a little short of its ambitions. However, I was pleasantly surprised when that scope expanded to include the whole multiverse exploration angle, and I thought those ideas were fun.
His obsession to get home was incorporated into the story and dealt with in ways I appreciated, but this whole book was constant underlining how the only thing that this character cared about was his family.
Which is understandable but felt one-note in a story with the potential to have epic scope. Yes, you could make the argument that was the whole point and that the sci-fi elements were just window dressing for a story about a man literally traveling multiple universes to get back to those he loves.
But that runs squarely into a pet peeve of mine. Sure, those who accomplish a lot make sacrifices, but all kinds of people who make their dreams a reality have family, friends, pets, etc.
Ultimately I found this to be somewhat unsatisfying because its whole premise is built on that idea. Still, it was an entertaining read with some big ideas that I enjoyed.
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Any comments that don't will be deleted. View all 40 comments. Jan 18, Mischenko rated it it was amazing. What on Earth can I say about this book?
It's an incredibly unique page-turner and I couldn't put it down. I was thoroughly engaged and engrossed by the story.
I went into this book totally blind and had no idea of the plot. Also, there were surprises along the way-- the book is unpredictable--and I remaine What on Earth can I say about this book?
Also, there were surprises along the way-- the book is unpredictable--and I remained on edge until the end. I can surely see this adapted into a movie or TV series, seriously!
Jan 28, Hannah Greendale rated it it was amazing Shelves: science-fiction , thriller. To describe this book would be to distract from the elements of surprise, mystery and thrilling confusion found within its pages.
Dark Matter is best picked up with as little knowledge of the story as possible and its events explored with the same sense of vulnerable astonishment as the protagonist, Jason Dessen.
The pacing and structure of this novel are brilliant. Events unfold in evermore enticing ways Click here to watch a video review of on my BookTube channel, From Beginning to Bookend.
Events unfold in evermore enticing ways, and Crouch masterfully concludes each chapter in such a way that there's an urgent need to promptly being reading the next one.
The unique sentence structure employed by Crouch further increases the sense of speediness and tension. There's no dawdling; everything is immediate.
The warm autumn day is cloudless. The air redolent of - Roasted peanuts. Plastic cups filled to the brim with beer.
The wood is dry and gray, several seasons old, and it quickly takes the flame. Soon the walls of the living room are aglow.
Shadows flickering across the ceiling. Though complex scientific theories are explored, they are presented in a comprehensive manner that makes them accessible to all readers.
One needn't have a degree in physics or mathematics to fully appreciate the phenomena of Jason Dessen's mind-bending venture.
We're all just wandering through the tundra of our existence, assigning value to worthlessness, when all that we love and hate, all we believe in and fight for and kill for and die for is as meaningless as images projected on Plexiglas.
Dark Matter is a sensational technothriller that transcends the ordinary and escorts readers to an unexplored realm of infinite possibility.
I've always known, on a purely intellectual level, that our separateness and isolation are an illusion. We're all made of the same thing - the blown-out pieces of matter formed in the fires of dead stars.
View all 36 comments. Jul 29, Kristin KC - Traveling Sister rated it it was amazing Shelves: thriller , mystery , traveling-friends-read , scifi.
This is one thought-provoking, page-turning, blood-pressure-elevating, fast-paced son of a book, and I enjoyed every little action-packed minute of it!
You don't even have to be that big a fan of the genre, in my opinion. Well, yeah, some of that , but I sorted it out. The way this author has formed a reality based off these concepts is astounding, and all of it—every single minute detail—has a sturdy foundation to stand upon and will hold up well under scrutiny.
But life is imperfect. We make the wrong choices. So we end up living in a state of perpetual regret, and is there anything worse? We are made to dissect our choices in life.
This story is not only about science, but sacrifice and strength and LOVE. Namely love, in fact—because, truly, what in all the worlds is more important?
Not too large a cast. A knock-your-socks-off kind of beautiful prose. View all 68 comments. Sep 26, Maxwell rated it it was ok Shelves: i-own-it , , botm.
If you liked the film Interstellar , you might like this. I did not like Interstellar. I found the plot to be intriguing, but not particularly original.
It felt like a rehashing of many stories. The themes were pretty much exactly what you'd expect to find in a book about multiple universes: life, love, decisions, fate, acceptance, etc.
And the dialogue was mediocre at best. There were some lines that had me laughing out loud Maybe the first time anyone had ever really seen me.
It was the hottest thing. Also: "It was like I was something, not that you wanted, but that you needed. Like I was your oxygen. I just don't get the hype.
It's saving grace is that it was a quick read and I never felt like DNFing it. But if it had been any longer I would've definitely skim read the ending only to find out what happens.
View all 37 comments. Dec 17, Cindy Pham rated it it was ok. I really like the concept and the hectic trippy-ness that unfurls in the second half of the book, which makes the tail wind of the story a fast and fun ride.
The main thing hanging me up is Crouch's cheesy writing. The characters are trite and formulaic, and the protagonist's inner monologue constantly emphasizes the life lesson that Crouch wants you to walk away with.
He doesn't leave much room for interpretation or nuance because he keeps slapping you in the face about how life is precious and I really like the concept and the hectic trippy-ness that unfurls in the second half of the book, which makes the tail wind of the story a fast and fun ride.
He doesn't leave much room for interpretation or nuance because he keeps slapping you in the face about how life is precious and we shouldn't take things for granted, like some after-school special episode that's peppered with light sci-fi and Diet Coke.
View all 8 comments. Aug 02, Paromjit rated it it was amazing Shelves: netgalley , science-fiction , mystery , thriller.
Dark Matter is a book that thrills, horrifies and asks deep philosophical questions. It begins with Jason, a physics professor surrounded by his beloved wife, Daniela, and his teenage son, Charlie, cooking supper.
He steps out to meet with a long time friend, Ryan, who has been awarded a prestigious prize. On his way home, Jason is abducted, after which life as he knew it shatters.
I found myself seeing the book through the lens of the band, The Talking Heads Stop Making Sense Psycho Killer Scientific thinking comes into play, the quantum world, string theory and game theory.
The mathematics of identity. If this novel was art, it would be a fusion of Surrealism, Cubism and Abstract Art.
It is a rumination of all that a person could be, the many paths that could have been followed and decisions taken. Distilled to its essence, this is a story of one man's love for his family.
What will he do to get back? Home is the love of Daniela and Charlie. What has to happen to ensure he has a future with them?
They are the stars in his sky, they are everything. Wonderful novel. Highly recommended and brilliant read. View all 89 comments.
Mar 12, Evgnossia O'Hara rated it it was amazing. Review was originally published on Through the Chapters Blog "We all live day to day completely oblivious to the fact that we're a part of a much larger and stranger reality than we can possibly imagine.
But first things first. Dark Matter portraits an ordinary, middle aged professor, Jason Dessen, having a peaceful evening with his wife and his teenage son.
After his decis Review was originally published on Through the Chapters Blog "We all live day to day completely oblivious to the fact that we're a part of a much larger and stranger reality than we can possibly imagine.
After his decision to meet one of his accomplished friends, who had won a prize on a scientific achievement, his life changes dramatically.
During his mind-altering adventure he faces madness, danger, and choices that have to be made. Our lives consist of simple truths that we accept without doubt.
We live on a beautiful planet, we breathe, we fell in love, we make plans about our future, and we are told that we are unique. We rarely contemplate about the universe and the alternative realities that might or might not exist.
In any case, are we to blame for our ignorance on topics that are our future? It is the human nature to avoid agonizing about things that are beyond our control.
But then, you read an article or a book that stimulates you to wonder, to doubt, and to explore ideas and thoughts that are astonishing, intimidating, mind-blowing and insane.
All in all, it was a mind blender. Blake pictures a vivid world, which is action-packed, addictive, adventurous, complex and awe-inspiring.
His short sentences are like gun shots- this short, this fatal. He proves that he is a mile away of a pusillanimous writer, by intervening in a field of the multiverse, which seems such a hallucinatory attempt that even some scientists are afraid to consider.
However, after all, this is the beauty of being a writer. View all 56 comments. Jul 27, Elyse Walters rated it it was amazing Shelves: mystery-thriller , science-fiction.
I was hooked right away. Exciting -page turner- extremely fast pacing as rumors have spread. The author has a unique style of writing- very short sentences.
He also creates clear images from the start -- visuals of family life The dialogue is intimate - but at times the narration felt laborious - however the author draws us in anyway.
I liked this story It's almost impossible to put it down - I was hooked right away. It's almost impossible to put it down -as others have said.
But I was left with questions - 'why and how' questions. What did you think about Amanda? And am I the only one who wanted to see more developed in her character?
Other thoughts about? I tried to imagine being in her shoes Daniela was strong and always held her own--almost a saint at times--but I still felt sorry for her.
In "Dark Matter", Blake Crouch doesn't just build a world Our imaginations are being stretched like an old stretched rubber band.
Once over-stretched - there is no way to ever find its way back to its original shape. What makes you you? Either way Easy to read in one sitting!!!
View all 44 comments. Oct 03, Emily Books with Emily Fox rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites , mystery-thriller-horror.
I wasn't able to put this book down and kept trying to figure out how it would end I didn't. The characters and dialogues could have been better and it overall read like a script for a movie.
I'm generally more of a plot driven reader so it wasn't an issue for me. Totally recommend! View all 18 comments.
Apr 14, emma rated it really liked it Shelves: recommend , mystery-thriller-horror-etc , library , reviewed , non-ya , sci-fi , dark , 4-stars.
Ohhhh boy I am daunted by the idea of writing this review. Also part of this adorable review-writing process: starting out infinite Ohhhh boy I am daunted by the idea of writing this review.
Also part of this adorable review-writing process: starting out infinite reviews in the exact same way, delineating the exact same process.
Follow for more of the exact same content! What you CAN find is a semi-confusing VERY fun lightly thrilling book that will make you feel kind of smart-ish instead of dumb, like most science-y books!
I am also just now recollecting - look guys, progress! Because this is very gripping on top of everything!!!
I should have been very distracted as I had a lot on my mind but guess what, it was all Dark Matter central over here! To an extent that is still impressive.
I think I should be done now. Note to self: when going outside of comfort zone, preferably do so with reading and not with turns of phrase.
View all 32 comments. Dec 25, Kevin Kuhn rated it it was amazing Shelves: science-fiction.
This is a thrilling plot that I tore through in three days. I must have had a dozen people tell me it was like my novel, so I had to read it.
This book is really a very well done, action thriller, mine is much less action, more drama and philosophy. Crouch is a superb writer, clever and bright, and writes action as well as anyone.
It's best to go into this book with a minimal understanding of the plot. I was a little thrown off by his use of short paragraphs.
Often, he inserts breaks even when there is no change in scene, idea, or really anything to deserve a paragraph break.
Being a speed reader, not much takes me out of the story, and these rapid-fire sentences probably kept me focused on the details more than a traditional approach.
I enjoyed it all the way though. Five stars! View all 27 comments. Blake Crouch is a very tricky guy.
A buddy and I were talking about him last night, it feels like HE isn't even sure where the story is going.
But you better hang on because it's always a bumpy ride. This one starts out just like a normal book. I'm not spoiling for this part Jason Dessen is just an average guy.
He is married to his lon Blake Crouch is a very tricky guy. He is married to his long time love, has a teenage son, isn't really rich, his life would be classified more around average.
Then he gets taken at gunpoint and taken to an abandoned warehouse and injected with a drug. When he wakes up his whole life has changed I don't know how much of the sciencey stuff is correct, but who cares?
I couldn't put this book and it FELT real You are going to have to read it to find that out. Booksource: Netgalley approved just about everyone else in the world for this one and denied me.
Dark Matter: Season One. Episode One. Episode Two. Episode Three. Episode Four. Episode Five. Episode Six.
Episode Seven. Episode Eight. Episode Nine. Episode Ten. Episode Eleven. Episode Twelve. Episode Thirteen. Dark Matter: Season Two.
Episode Fourteen. Episode Fifteen. Episode Sixteen. Episode Seventeen. Episode Eighteen. Episode Nineteen. Episode Twenty. Episode Twenty-One.
Episode Twenty-Two. Episode Twenty-Three. Episode Twenty-Four. Episode Twenty-Five. Episode Twenty-Six. Dark Matter: Season Three. Episode Twenty-Seven.
Episode Twenty-Eight. Episode Twenty-Nine. Episode Thirty. Episode Thirty-One.Hier können Sie die Rechte an diesem Artikel erwerben. Syfy hat in den letzten Monaten, so fasst Mallozzi zusammen, verstärkt in Produktionen investiert, bei denen man bzw. Serie Wwm Gewinnspiel Darkmatter. Alle Umtausch-Aktionen waren bisher erfolglos. Als das Besatzungsmitglied Vier Alex Mallari jr. Wer ich bin, ist gleichgültig. Four Alex Mallari Jr.
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Dark Matter: Season One. Episode One. Episode Two. Episode Three. Episode Four. Episode Five. Episode Six.
Episode Seven. Episode Eight. Episode Nine. Episode Ten. Episode Eleven. Episode Twelve. Episode Thirteen. Dark Matter: Season Two.
Episode Fourteen. Tear down the hallows Take back eternity Puppets learn to pull strings And cut down the user's lead.
Don't stop, don't think Move up, don't blink now On your knees Pray for rain Don't breathe when you take your aim.
So climb up and come clean Blow back that smoke screen It's all here, It's all you Get clear on the darker view.
Don't stop, don't think, don't look back You're a bolt of lightning in the sky now Don't stop, don't think, don't look back I've pulled you in, nowhere to hide now Don't stop, don't think, don't look back You're a bolt of lightning in the sky now Don't stop, don't think, don't look back I've pulled you in, prepare to die now.
I am dark matter Your road to ruin I am dark matter I'm your undoing. Bring me your soul, bring me your hate In my name you will create Bring me your fear, bring me your pain You will destroy in my name.
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