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Yesterdays Gone: SEASON TWO (THE POST-APOCALYPTIC SERIAL THRILLER) (Yesterday's Gone Book 2) Kindle Edition

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  • File Size: 2568 KB
  • Print Length: 514 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Collective Inkwell (November 16, 2013)
  • Publication Date: November 16, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007BEDR4Y
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Bree on April 26, 2012
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So I read the first season of Yesterday's Gone, and I give that 5 stars! It was amazing. I'm not typically a science fiction fan, but this series I like a lot. The characters are complex and interesting, and the plot has so many twists and turns and surprises I literally barreled through the first book, staying up way past reason and reading until my eyes were dry and tired and I couldn't keep them open because it was so late at night. Each snippet grabbed me, causing me to read frantically, until it ended, abruptly shifting to another character's perspective. The shift would momentarily leave me disgruntled until I remembered how desperate I was to find out what had happened to this new character from reading a previous snippet. Start to read, get sucked in, and the snippet ended, the cycle occurring over and over. It was addictive. There was also a nice balance of action and downtime, mystery and suspense.

Since I loved the first so much, I decided to read the 2nd season right away. The writing, and twists and surprises are just as well written as the first. I barreled through about half the book before I slowed down. Fantastic writing can only get you so far when the plot starts to really drag out. If you're reading this because you've read the first, I'll be blunt, you'll probably finish the book disappointed.

Not much beyond the first novel is revealed. Even though one or two key pieces are presented the bigger mystery is left untouched, and more conundrums pop up that just add more to the unknown. Mystery is good to a certain point.
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41 of 52 people found the following review helpful By J. Ledingham on October 10, 2012
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I'm a long-time fan of all kinds of paranormal, post-apocalyptic, multi-dimensional, creatively written books. Lately, I've been getting my fill of zombie-fiction: some good, some mediocre, and a lot of bad...but I continue to wade through them all in hopes of finding some keepers. After reading the first season of Yesterday's Gone, I was pleased to find that the authors had actual writing talent and enjoyed the premise and storyline, with the exception of the serial-killer Boricio. The authors stated that the expected reaction to this character would be 50-50...half liking him and the other half hating him, but then said that most of the readers liked him. (I have to believe that those who, like me, hated him just didn't leave a review). You could put me solidly into the catagory of unmitigated revulsion for this character. I even considered skipping the chapters with him in the heading...and now I wish I had. I got about halfway through this season, when I just had to STOP. POLLUTING. MY. BRAIN. with Boricio-crap. Bleah. Yuck. Shudder. It was the scene where (SPOILER TO COME) Boricio was once again "hunting" for some people to murder, and killed a man, went upstairs and graphically murdered a woman, then went looking for another woman in the house, and when he couldn't find her, went back and raped the dead woman to relieve himself. I was already sick to death of reading about this sociopath, and this sick scene was just the final straw for me. Also, earlier on there was a confusing repeat where "B" found a fancy home where there was black vomit and blood all over the place, and some kind of liquid in a bottle the the middle of it all, so of COURSE, he drinks it and has some kind of hallucinogenic drug trip and barfs black vomit all over the egyptian sheets in the master bedroom....Read more ›
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Mac on May 9, 2012
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At first I thought for $.99 how can I go wrong; so I downloaded "Yesterday's Gone" to my Android "Kindle" App not expecting much interest but within minutes I knew that I was going on a wild ride orchestrated by Authors Sean Platt & David W. Wright.

It is hard to get a confession from a Viet Nam Marine Grunt, but I now confess; Sean and Dave, you have me hooked!

Their are so many worthy characters to talk about Luca; Will, Boricio; Desmond; Ed; Mary & Paola just to name a few. Each one adding to the intense situation of trying to understand and survive in a world that has drastically changed overnight.

There are Zombie like monsters, perhaps Alien interference, Military / Government questions. Yikes, it makes my head spin with all the parts being played and what direction will shock me next.

The hardest thing is waiting for the next chapter and then the next season. How is it possible that these two men can sit down hundreds of miles a part and some how give us a superb story with quality writing week after week.

I have become a big fan and finished Season One and Two; then I moved on and finished Season 1 of ForNevermore; then I am now reading their latest White Space, which includes a short look at Yesterday's Gone first chapter of season three.

The hardest part is waiting for the next season of each series. Even though it must be a crazy schedule to put something of quality out on a weekly basis; Sean and Dave can you try to pick up just a little bit, how about a daily thing!

Great work, pick it up and you'll be hooked also!
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