Dark Matter By Blake Crouch

Dark Matter by Blake Crouch

Dark Matter is the latest standalone novel by Blake Crouch. If you recognize the author’s name, but you’re not quite sure from where, well Blake Crouch is the author of the popular Wayward Pines trilogy which was last year made  into a TV series featuring Matt Dillon. I haven’t read anything else by the author except Wayward Pines, so when I saw Dark Matter on Netgalley on offer for us reviewers, I requested it right away. I loved Wayward Pines, so I knew this book would be good too. Alas the author/publisher refused my request, so stubborn as I am, I bought […] Read more »

The Last Town by Blake Crouch (Wayward Pines #3)

The Last Town by Blake Crouch

The Last Town is (sadly) the third – and most certainly the last book – in the Wayward Pines trilogy by Blake Crouch. This trilogy was one of the worst to review. Spoilers are kept at minimum – if at all, because even the smallest hint of what is going on will give away way too much. And these books are truly best enjoyed reading them blindly, with absolutely no knowledge of what is going on at all. It is because nothing is as it seems, and the revelations are shocking, to say the least. And how can you write […] Read more »

Wayward by Blake Crouch (Wayward Pines #2)

Wayward by Blake Crouch

I can’t believe it’s been two weeks since my last book review! I’ve been away on a well deserved holiday, visiting my parents abroad. Now I’m back and ready to review books again. Wayward is a book I’ve read quite recently, and I’m aware that there are older books I still need to review, however the Wayward Pines series featuring Matt Dillon is still on TV,  so I thought it’s best to finish reviewing the trilogy before the series ends. Right now the 10 part mini-series is well into the second book, if not already started the third. So Wayward, […] Read more »

Pines by Blake Crouch (Wayward Pines #1)

Pines by Blake Crouch

Pines is the first book in the Wayward Pines trilogy by Blake Crouch. I had this book on my TBR list for a while, and the reason I’ve decided to pick it up now is because of the new TV series that has just started based on this very series featuring Matt Dillon (one of my favorite actors). Before starting the book, I’ve read all the reviews on Goodreads and Amazon about it – and didn’t get any wiser. With other books you usually realize the genre and at least have a vague idea what the story is about. Not […] Read more »