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Yesterday's Gone: Season Two
     

Yesterday's Gone: Season Two

4.7 21
by Sean Platt
 
The #1 bestselling horror sci-fi series with over 1,000 5-star reviews continues here with Yesterday's Gone: Season Two.

They survived the end of the world. Can they survive what's next?

Five months ago, most of humanity disappeared. Now the survivors must unravel an ugly mystery on a seemingly empty planet.

In a world where nothing is

Overview

The #1 bestselling horror sci-fi series with over 1,000 5-star reviews continues here with Yesterday's Gone: Season Two.

They survived the end of the world. Can they survive what's next?

Five months ago, most of humanity disappeared. Now the survivors must unravel an ugly mystery on a seemingly empty planet.

In a world where nothing is exactly as it seems, small groups of survivors band together in search of the truth. As each faces an impossible choice, their paths converge and lead them closer to the truth. But at what cost?

A mysterious island, a religious compound, a serial killer, and a new miracle are at the heart of their continued existence.

The fate of the world hangs on their every decision, action, and betrayal ...

Season Two of Yesterday's Gone by Sean Platt and David W. Wright picks up where Season One left off. This page-turning post-apocalyptic thriller delves deeper into the dark new world and the dangers that lurk in its shadows to keep you on the edge of your seat.

What would Boricio do? Find out in the next season of Yesterday's Gone!

(Warning: This book is intended for mature audiences and contains disturbing and potentially offensive material.)

Product Details

BN ID:
2940148889588
Publisher:
Collective Inkwell
Publication date:
10/28/2013
Series:
Yesterday's Gone , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
47,697
File size:
3 MB

Meet the Author

Sean Platt is co-founder of the Collective Inkwell and Realm & Sands imprints, children’s author under the pen name “Guy Incognito,” speaker, and author, with breakout indie hits such as Yesterday’s Gone, WhiteSpace, The Beam, and Unicorn Western, as well as traditionally published titles such as Z 2134 and Monstrous, published by 47North.
Sean is one-third of The Self Publishing and Better Off Undead Podcasts with co-hosts Johnny B. Truant and David Wright. He currently lives in Austin, Texas with his wife, daughter, and son.
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David W. Wright is the co-author of the Yesterday’s Gone, WhiteSpace, ForNevermore, Available Darkness, Z 2134, and Monstrous series as well as the Dark Crossings collections of short stories. He’s also a sometimes cartoonist.
He co-hosts The Self Publishing Podcast and Better Off Undead podcasts with author Johnny B. Truant and Sean Platt. Both podcasts are chock full of foul language, can go wildly off-topic, and should not be listened to by anyone.
David lives on the east coast with his wife, his 6-year old son, and the world’s most pooping-est cat.

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Yesterday's Gone: Season Two (Episodes 7-12) 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 21 reviews.
AudiobookReviewer More than 1 year ago
Like... WHAT just happened? The ending to this one left me in shock but let me first delve a bit into the review prior to this crazy ending. All the great characters are back! Bericio! Lucka, Mary, Paulo! There are so many that I wanted to hear about again and they are here. That doesn't necessarily make it a good thing though because the world is even worse than it was in season 1. This one starts right where season 1 starts off too. At craziness! One thing I have to commend is the audio. This is narrated by a great cast of people, all of who have to imbibe different voices for different scenes and they do a magnificent job! Maxwell Glick has the job of the Lucka and does a great job. The only issue I had with the younger version is that when we are in Lucka's head it seems as if we are listening to a much younger story. I do enjoy being able to discern the very different voice with so many men narrators in this. Lucka's very different connotations also help us to understand and really feel how he feels so the reader's empathy is really tugged at. All due to Maxwell's great narration. All of the narrators are fantastic and there is not one voice that makes me cringe when I hear it. Even though I prefer not to listen to most women narrators, Tamara Marston's narration is fabulous and I enjoyed her portions just as much as the men. The only downside to so many narrators are the issues with keeping the voices separate. They read chapters at a time, not different voices. So I got used to Bericio's voice but he came up in other narrator's chapters as well. Not a bad thing, just A thing. Over all the narration and the full audio was outstanding and I thoroughly enjoyed being pulled into the second part of this story. The portions with music were intense and the music added perfectly to that intensity. Especially at the end! The plot of the book had its highs and lows but for the most part this kept up with the very fast pace of season one. I didn't love Lucka's chapters but appreciate getting into the boy's head. They seem like they are written to and from a younger child but I'm guessing this is just the great writing as we are supposed to be reading what a young boy would be thinking and feeling. The amount of characters is the only downside but for the most part I was able to keep those characters in check. I think it can almost be harder when listening to an audio to keep so many characters straight but the characterization of each is very well done. And if I could just bring up the end again... Just wow. Cannot wait to listen to the next season and find out what happens next. In short: Amazingly well done book with great audio! Great for a book two. Some high's and low's but overall wonderful. Audiobook provided for review by the narrator. Please find this complete review and many others at audiobookreviewer dot com [If this review helped, please press YES. Thanks!]
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I bought the first season on sale because I was looking for something to relieve boredom and thought I could take my time reading it. Six books oughta last a week or so, right? Wrong! I couldn't put it down! The action never stops and the story grabs you right from the beginning, never letting go long enough for you to get to a good stopping point. I finished the first season in a day and then immediately bought the three other seasons that were available and sat down for a literary marathon. Having finished them all, I can honestly say that the only disappoint I feel is that I now have to wait to get the next two seasons to see how it all turns out.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This series is like a well written episodic television show. There is something for everyone in these books. Goverment conspiracy,human triumph,mystery,action,sacrifice,betrayal,these books have it all. The characters are well written,the plot is paced beautifully,and the story just draws you in. Get all of Yesterday's Gone and you wont be disappointed.
19269684 11 months ago
Season One of Yesterday's Gone, by Sean Platt and David Wright was amazing and kept me hooked the entire time. Season Two just blew me out of the water. And that cliffhanger! So in Season Two, everything's based on fate. Will has seen everything and knows the information he's received is to be taken for truth, and nothing can change it. The visions he has are going to come to fruition, and sadly, there are no loopholes... even though he'd created one before. But as the voices warned, they found a loophole within his loophole. The bulk of the story lies within a compound, with a man called The Prophet as leader, but he's being used and every follower, and our heroes are trapped within the sanctuary walls. Surprisingly, the monsters never near... *For the full review: http://www.areneehunt.com
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Just want to start by saying, I love this series. I am a series addict. I read them, I write them and I love them. Character development is good, storyline is great and my favorite part is that the authors are talented at inserting literary genius without shoving it in your face. That being said, I received seasons one and two for free, so maybe those versions weren't final edits? There were a few typos, but not many. My main complaint is that these characters were developed, then the authors wrote them doing things out of character. For example, (possible spoiler alert) Mary is a highly protective mother, who starts making decisions that are not in her daughters best interest. If someone told me I couldn't live with my child I would refuse, or as the situation called for in the book I would refuse until I had thoroughly investigated living quarters, caretakers, people in contact with my daughter as well as general safety concerns. Not "It's OK honey go with these strangers, into this strange house, you have an 8 yr old to look after you". Similar things occurred with the other characters as well. If you are writing about fierce mother bear, make sure she stays that way. One more thing, one particular scene was practically repeated in the 2nd season. I can live with things happening twice, but the character did not even comment on how strange it was to find the same exact thing twice, and trust me it was weird the 1st time it happened, the 2nd time he definitely would have said something about it. So what I'm guessing is that the authors popped 2 versions of the same scene into the series on accident. They were nearly word for word, except the dream (trip) variation. All of that being said, the storyline is so great that I still gave it 4 stars. If it wasn't awe awe awe awesome (wink) I wouldn't have devoured the 1st two seasons in two days like a starving bleaker finding a fresh corpse after a week wandering in the desert.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Had me struggling to put it down. Can't wait to read the next one.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love the serial format! Keep up the good work.
Pitollie More than 1 year ago
Ahh, the addition continues! I just finished reading Season 2 and quickly bought Season 3! The story line continues to move along with the characters getting more insight into their lives as they try to survive in this strange new world. Some elements of what happened on October 15 were revealed. Boricio continues to delight in his warped way. More character background is revealed as well. But let's face it, these books are so addicting! When my battery died on my nook, I switched to my phone. Can't wait to dig into Season 3. Bravo to the authors!
BlaineMoore More than 1 year ago
I read season one and I liked it, it was well worth the initial read but probably not something I'd revisit. Season 2 pulled me in, though. I think that there's a lot of questions still to be answered so I hope that some of the "missing" characters from season one that didn't make an appearance in season 2 will be back, especially because (spoiler alert!) 90% of the characters are dead at the end of season 2, although I expect that Luca is going to come back to life in some way shape or form in season 3.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Definite improvement on season one. Just the right amount of questions being answered and issues still meeding to be resolved. Will definitely be reading more in the series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Simply outstanding!
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drjack44 More than 1 year ago
Interesting and has many unique twists.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm loving this series! There was a sale on the complete seasons 1-4 so I decided to take a chance and get all 4 and I am so glad I did! I'm a prolific reader usually and since Friday have been laid up in bed/hospital. Today is Tuesday and I just finished Season 2, which ends in such a cliffhanger that I barely have the patience to leave this review. I'm that eager to start Season 3. these books/episodes are long. But never do they drag...everything is there for a reason. At this point, the authors have hit that sweet-spot of answering enough questions to make me believe this is going somewhere intentionally but also have enough lingering and yet to be explained things to keep me interested. I recommend this to readers who like full characters, mystery in their fiction, post-apocalypse stories, action and good writing. now its on to season 3 for me....
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love the seires lookinng foward to the 3rd series
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Season Two had a great story and I never wanted to put it down. However, the grammatical errors are ridiculous. Words are misspelled (even character names many times) and words are left out or used incorrectly. Pllllllllease get a new editor. I will edit it myself for a fraction of what you are paying your guy - with no errors.