Sunday, September 08, 2013

Yesterday's Gone Season two - episodes 7-12


by Sean Platt and David Wright


On October 15, everyone in the world vanished.

Well, almost everyone.

Some were left behind, attempting to piece together what happened, find their loved ones, and survive.

BUT THEY ARE NOT ALONE

SEASON TWO picks up where SEASON ONE left off.

One man finds himself on a mysterious island that holds secrets, and perhaps even answers, to what happened on October 15.

A group finds itself taking refuge at The Sanctuary, a religious compound with an enigmatic leader called The Prophet.

A serial killer finds himself leading an unlikely group of survivors.

A young man searches to prove himself to his group, and avoid being bullied ever again.

A young child is called to perform another miracle at great personal cost.

Every decision.
Every action.
Every dream.
Every alliance.
Every secret.
Every betrayal



Another amazing read, I bought season 1 and 2 together as a bundle and have just read it completely through like one huge book.
ITS BRILLIANT every chapter leads to another cliffhanger or something of interest you want to keep flicking through those pages as fast as possible and without stopping. I finally fell asleep kindle in hand at 5.20am this morning.No not because I was bored...dont jump to conclusions but I was so knackered as Id read almost 14 hours straight lol.
I have an affiliation with the main characters especially Brent Foster, and of course Boricio; although some may find him an offensive foul-mouthed character, I find him believable and a likeable bad-boy. Infact I have an affiliation with all the main characters and look forward to turning the pages to see their next storyline.

(But...hey...I cant believe you killed of Dog vader...Im gutted..hohum!)

As I mentioned in my review for series one its like having separate plots within all the books. If you love your cliff hangers then you will love this amazing well written series laced with dark humour from guess who..yes Boricio!
If swearing, violence, horror and gore offend you; then go for a Mills and boon book. This series throws normal people into a horrific situation of not knowing where your loved ones are; and making choices you will never want to to make. You never know how you will react until you have to and the guys have created some great characters within the pages.
With an explosive finale I have just bought series three as I cant be without a Sean Platt and David Wright book on my Kindle. Yes you heard me right I actually PAID real money for a book as I had to know what happened next. As a book reviewer I have been so lucky to receive many books for free; I loved this read so much I had to have it and will continue to buy them till the end.
Please dont stop writing Yesterdays Gone I love this storyline.



Author Bio


Sean Platt is the beloved author of many novels in several different genres, business books for modern writers, and co-author of the groundbreaking serial, Yesterday's Gone and the genre twisted vampire thriller, Available Darkness. In addition to writing reader pleasing genre and contemporary fiction, such as his highly rated, Four Seasons and the excellent short stories in the Dark Crossings series, Sean writes for children. His book, Syllable Soup, and fairytale series, "Sean Platt's Timeless Stories Written in Timely Rhyme," celebrate language and storytelling in a way that is thoroughly modern and absolutely wonderful. Sean is a writer's writer, with an established online presence and large social media following. Writing under the pen name, "Ghostwriter Dad," Sean helps good writers make a great living. With his books, Writing Online, How to Write a Sales Letter That Works!, and 100 Blog Ideas That Really Work, Sean helps modern writers navigate the world of tomorrow, today.




Author Bio

David W. Wright is an author and cartoonist who writes thrillers, horror, sci-fi, and is also working on a paranormal series to be released in 2012. David is the co-author of Available Darkness and the serialized post-apocalyptic series Yesterday's Gone series with Sean Platt. David writes humorous and heartfelt posts about parenthood at Blogger Dad, about publishing at Collective Inkwell and is posting the first book in the Yesterday's Gone series at Serialized Fiction. He lives on the east coast with his wife, four year old son, and the laziest, most annoying cat not named Garfield.




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