Wednesday, October 02, 2013

WhiteSpace Season Two (episodes 7-12) by Sean Platt and David Wright Book Review


(Episodes 7-12)
By Sean Platt and David Wright



Blurb
From the writers of the bestselling, groundbreaking series, Yesterday's Gone, comes the follow up to the reader favorite sci-fi thriller, WhiteSpace: Season One.
Hamilton Island has just recovered from a school shooting which rocked the small bedroom community. But the shooter wasn't acting alone.
Roger Heller was part of something bigger...
A conspiracy of scientific experiments, missing citizens, and ancient secrets threatening the island and its people.
Behind it all: the enigmatic Blake Conway.
Can Jon Conway piece the mystery together before he loses someone else that he loves?
Can Roger Heller's surviving family move on from his heinous actions?
Will Cassidy's addictions destroy her new family with Emma and Jon?
Can Milo trust the mysterious Don Bellows?
What will happen when Brock Houser launches his own investigation?
WhiteSpace is a character-driven, mysterious, sci-fi thriller that would be right at home with superbly scripted TV shows like LOST, The Killing, and Fringe.
 


Full review after the break!





The second season of WhiteSpace includes six episodes (7-12)

Yep its another early morning finish for me and yet another fast paced addictive read. WOW I didnt expect Season two to be EVEN better what another fantastic series from the kings of cliffhangers and masters of serials.
Series two is even more exciting and even more character involving. There are just enough characters to follow and not too many to try and keep up with. Hopefully you have already read season one so you know whats going and know the characters well. Im loving the main characters as you get even closer to them than you did before. The boys drag us all further into the web of conspiracies and mysterious murders.
We find out more about the Conway family and what they are involved in. I love the torn emotions of a love triangle; Jon is in love with Cassidy but is he still seeing Sarah? You've made me care about what happens to this Hollywood actor and new family.

Brilliant edge of seat action, well written gripping plot and an ending I didn't see coming. I simply could not put this down and I'm now bleary eyed at 5.30am but it was well worth it believe me. 
Only you boys can get this incredible idea and run with it and make it real and so damn believable! No Im not giving anything away I wont be doing spoilers...well unless you ask me nicely.

I love that were not quite sure now who is dead or alive and what another fantastic cliffhanger with yet MORE questions from you guys jeeze.. now what am I gonna do..love, love, loved this book series its officially my favorite book and my favorite authors.
 Im on tenderhooks for Season three WOW what an ending...I cant wait to see where you take us now!

Buy Season three here on Amazon UK

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I just wanted to thank the guys for sending me a copy of WhiteSpace Season two for this review.
My views and opinions are my own.

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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