Yesterday's Gone: Season One - Sean Platt Reviews
Description:Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy / Author: Sean Platt, David Wright / Kindle Edition / Book is published 2011-09-30 by Collective Inkwell
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by - written on 09/03/12 (Very useful, 37 readings)
Yesterday's Gone is a mini-series of short interconected novellas inspired by the likes of Stephen King's Green Mile series and the old cliffhanger serials of days gone by. Available either in seperate E-book episodes or collected together in one "season", the story is a chilling one that twists and turns for many miles before reaching an impossibly infuriating climax that leaves the reader hungering for more and desperate for answers..... The story is a simple one. A group of people, spread out amongst America, all wake up simultaneously to discover that their loved ones and much of the population have disappeared with no apparent trace. It is as ... Read the complete review
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