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Yesterday's Gone: Season Three

Yesterday's Gone: Season Three

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by Sean Platt
The #1 bestselling horror and sci-fi series with over 1,000 5-star reviews returns with with Yesterday's Gone: Season Three.

On October 15, everyone in the world vanished.

Well, almost everyone.

As the survivors race to fight The Darkness, the past is revealed and some will finally learn WHAT HAPPENED ON OCTOBER 15.


The #1 bestselling horror and sci-fi series with over 1,000 5-star reviews returns with with Yesterday's Gone: Season Three.

On October 15, everyone in the world vanished.

Well, almost everyone.

As the survivors race to fight The Darkness, the past is revealed and some will finally learn WHAT HAPPENED ON OCTOBER 15.

Can they survive The Darkness?

Can they make their way back home?

Season One

Season Two

Season Three

Season Four

Season Five

Season Six (the final season): COMING JULY 7, 2015

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Meet the Author

Sean Platt is the bestselling co-author of over 60 books, including breakout post-apocalyptic horror serial Yesterday’s Gone, literary mind-bender Axis of Aaron, and the blockbuster sci-fi series, Invasion. Never one for staying inside a single box for long, he also writes smart stories for children under the pen name Guy Incognito, and laugh out loud comedies which are absolutely not for children.

He is also the founder of the Sterling & Stone Story Studio and along with partners Johnny B. Truant and David W. Wright hosts the weekly Self-Publishing Podcast, openly sharing his journey as an author-entrepreneur and publisher.

Sean is often spotted taking long walks, eating brisket with his fingers, or watching movies with his family in Austin, Texas. You can find him at .


David W Wright is the co-author of several horror series, including the bestsellingYesterday’s Gone and WhiteSpace, as well as the disturbing standalone books, 12 and Crash.

Dave is also the curmudgeon co-host of the weekly Self-Publishing Podcast, he invites listeners along on his journey toward better health on the strikingly personal The Walking Dave podcast, and regularly rants about his many pet-peeves on the ridiculous podcast Worst. Show. Ever. (which should never be listened to by anyone, ever).

Dave is an accomplished and intermittent cartoonist who lives in [LOCATION REDACTED] with his wife and son [NAMES REDACTED]. Dave cultivates the perfect level of paranoia and always carries a decoy wallet in case he gets mugged. You can stalk him at or visit his personal blog at www.davidwwright.com.

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Yesterday's Gone: Season Three 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
19269684 4 months ago
Okay, I am a Boricio fan - I am on Team Boricio! This guy went from serial killer to an emotional Terminator and I loved every minute of him. Even his horrible name calling (his perversion knows no bounds) but he was "fixed", making him a good guy and I loved it! So there's so much going on here, but everyone is now rushing to Black Island in New York. Luca is the key but he's now what Boricio calls a Man-Boy since he's aged so much, he's a senior citizen! Charley's gone Dark and Ryan's barely human. So much happens in this season, and guess what? I'm going crazy because season's four through six aren't on audio! I am so bummed out because now I have to purchase the books. My ebook and physical book TBR is so backed up- I won't be able to return to that world for quite some time. RATS! *For full review: http://www.areneehunt.com
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I had fun reading this book and can't wait till the next one . Keeps you on your toes and a lot of people you have to keep up with but I enjoyed all of it's story line .
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Keeps you on the edge of your seat
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not a fan of cliff hangers but the story moves along and is never boring. Authors are doing a great job telling the story. I like it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The first two books of this series weren't bad. This one isn't well written and the language is over the top. I don't object to swearing but the graphic descriptions are too much. I'm 2/3 the way through thisbookand I can't follow what is going on. Jumpin back and forth between two worlds with two of each character is too much. Disappointed....
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is the type of story line that will get you into trouble if you're a sci-fi junkie and in school for nursing. I have to fight myself to stick to my study schedule and put myself on a strict leisure reading schedule so I won't fail lol
ImAdamBailey More than 1 year ago
Brilliant! A Freakishly Fun Mind-Bender, But Yeah, Brilliant. Soooo, yeah...where to start. First of all, Season 3 of Yesterday's Gone is a complete find muck. Like a bullet train with turns or a ride on The Fury 325 roller coaster at Carowinds in North Carolina. I was so engrossed in the story that I would lose track of my own life, which was awesome! Not sure what that says about me, but wow man, this book was deep, scary, stomach wrenching and, yep, brought a tear to my eye more than once. And don't think for a second you're getting out without having to dive right into the next season, because uh, good luck with that. Anyway, I'm already knee deep into Season 4 so I've gotta go, something to do...
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BlaineMoore More than 1 year ago
This season is a bit more complicated than previous seasons with all the jumping around in time, but it did a good job answering the questions about each character and what their role in the world was. The storyline came to a satisfying conclusion while leaving the door open for future stories.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I too feel that this book was rather thrown together. I devoured Books 1 and 2, but this one is an agonizing read. The authors have done a poor job with flow, every chapter or so bouncing back and forth to before and after 'the event." With the dual characters existing in one another's world, it is tiring always trying to figure out which character I am reading and which timeframe the characters are in. Should I actually get to the end of this book, it is highly unlikely that I will purchase Book 4 let alone 5 and 6.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Season three is closer to 3.5 stars than 4 full stars. To me, Season 2 has by far been the best. Season 3 was very good but the story did not grip me the way the previous season did. The series remains very interesting but the time-jumping, universe-shifting, doppelganger-juggling nature of this season makes your head spin. It is at the same time both captivating and frustrating as you try to keep up with the story line. However, the series remains both fun and unique and keeps you coming back for more.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Simply outstanding dystopian scifi fiction
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It felt as though Season 3 was just thrown together randomly and haphazardly.  When the writers got to a roadblock, they just made something magically happen to "save" the story, which was quite annoying and silly at times.  As with the other two seasons, there were too many grammatical errors and spelling errors throughout the story, not to mention the writers accidentally using the wrong character's name several times.  The story is decent, there were times I could not put it down, and the writers did a great job of making the characters feel real to where you feel attached to them.  However, the ending was ridiculous and the errors were just too much for me.  Not sure I will go on to Season 4.
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.