Complete Darkness: A Darkmatters Novel

Matt Adcock (Author)


For centuries many have pondered the prospect of an afterlife and feared what came to be known as 'hell'.

In the near future, we map the elusive 'dark matter' around us, only to find out that it is hell itself, and it is very real...

As the satanic President Razour attempts to bring forward Armageddon to prevent humanity repenting, the fate of us all rests in the hands of Cleric20, a hedonistic loner with a chequered past, and his robot sidekick, GiX.

An action-packed literary shock to the senses that mixes flights of comic fantasy with bouts of brutal violence. Mankind's only hope seems to be having a very bad day.

Can Cleric20 halt Razour's devilish plans after an experimental bioweapon deployed to kill him accidentally gives him superpowers?

Has the Devil inadvertently created a hero who could actually stop him?

See why this was voted as one of Den of Geek UK's Top Books of 2019. Little can prepare you for this spiritually-charged, cyber-noir thrill ride.

Product Details

Burton Mayers Books
Publish Date
October 25, 2019
5.0 X 7.99 X 0.51 inches | 0.54 pounds

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"Matt Adcock skilfully weaves together theological questions and SF, in the best tradition of the genre" Francesco Dimitri, author The Book of Hidden Things

"Like the unholy offspring of William Burroughs and Warren Ellis, Complete Darkness crackles with invention, energy and wit. From a primordial chaos Adcock has forged a unity between the holy trinity of science, religion and superhumans"
Martin Stiff, Creator of The Absence

"An epic and energetic plunge into philosophy, theology and left-field sci-fi.
Complete Darkness is a blast. It's quirky, intelligent and cool."
Rev. Peter Laws, Author, Journalist, YouTube Horror Host

"An extremely entertaining deliciously dark cocktail of sci-fi, theology and really big guns
that is very grim and very bloody with a twist of humour and a dash of sexy. The end of
everything never tasted so damn good."
Prof. Michael Brooks, Brighton Theatre Lovers