When scientists finally unraveled the secrets of the dark matter, they stumble on a Complete Darkness, the incarnation of hell, that threatens the existence of humanity.
Complete Darkness is a science fiction novel with a touch of fantasy that flirts with theology. The book was written by Matt Adcock and was published on October 25th, 2019 by Burton Mayers Books. With a length of 222 pages, this book is relatively easy to read. Complete Darkness is available in kindle and paperback edition as well.
In this action-packed science fiction novel, scientists faze out the mystery about the fabric of dark matter. They discover that dark matter is, in fact, hell itself and that the apocalypse is about to be unleashed upon Earth. It’s going to be up to Cleric20, our protagonist and his loyal droid GiX, to try and save the day.
Praises and Critiques:
Complete Darkness was a really good book. From the start to the end you are riveted to the pages. I truly like all the future technologies that Matt describes in his book. Furthermore, I certainly enjoyed reading all the notes that were available for additional explanations of his futuristic world. Complete Darkness somewhat has a vibe of The Fifth Element but rated M. Subsequently, the book’s structure is well presented and completely clear. Finally, the only negative aspect of this wonderful masterpiece is that the book is too short and the complete delight of reading it comes to its inevitable end too soon.
I most certainly recommend this book to all science fiction fans. It is a new original story with a whole Sci-Fi universe that comes with it. I would say this book is aimed at a more mature audience because of some gory action descriptions.
I believe that this book deserves four point five stars on five because it was entertaining, well written, and original.
I would like to thank again Matt Adcock for writing this awesome story but also for sending me a copy of Complete Darkness for me to review.