Yesterdays Gone: Season 3 - Sean Platt Reviews
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by - written on 05/12/12 (Very useful, 59 readings)
As Season 3 draws to a close, the comparisons to T.V show Lost just keep on coming with news that several more seasons are now planned to continue this ongoing serial drama. And, much as with Lost, this third season whilst giving you a few answers, continues to ask even more questions leaving the reader asking themself "wtf?!?" As fans of this series will know by now, everything is not as we thought. People didn't disappear all across the planet on that fateful day that started this whole story off. Instead, a select few characters were snatched from this world and deposited in an alternate dimension, not that different from our own ~ except that ... Read the complete review
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