Yesterdays Gone: Season 2 - Sean Platt Reviews
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by - written on 08/10/12 (Very useful, 24 readings)
This is the second "season" of the serialised novel Yesterday's Gone written by Sean Platt and writing partner David Wright, that collects episodes 7-12 of this highly popular series; designed to read like one of your favourite T.V shows rather than as a more conventional novel with "episodes" that each end on a cliff-hanger leaving you, quite literally, further along the edge of your seat each time! For those not familiar with the series already ~ READ MY EARLIER REVIEW! Done that? Right, well here's a brief recap for those of you who might have ignored that last part.... On October 15th, the majority of the Earths population ... Read the complete review
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