Yesterday's Gone: Season One - Sean Platt & David Wright

Yesterday's Gone: Season One

By Sean Platt & David Wright

  • Release Date: 2015-04-16
  • Genre: Science Fiction
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 181 Ratings

Description

The #1 bestselling horror sci-fi series with over 1,000 5-star reviews starts here with Yesterday’s Gone: Season One.

 They thought they were alone. They were wrong.

On October 15th, humanity went missing.

A handful of scattered survivors wake to find the world empty of friends, family, and neighbors.

Among them, a child searches for his family. A special agent turned enemy of the state survives a fiery plane crash with no way to reach his daughter. A serial killer discovers he’s no longer at the top of the food chain.

Now these strangers must find the strength inside them to weather the new world.

But they are not alone.

In the absence of civilization, a new threat emerges. In the stillness, it waits and watches, preying on their weakness. Their only hope is to find more survivors, rise above their fear, and face the oncoming darkness.

But can they unite before they too are lost? And can they all be trusted?

Season One of Yesterday’s Gone by Sean Platt and David W. Wright is a tense post-apocalyptic thriller that will leave you guessing to the end.

Combining TV’s thrilling, episodic nature with the in-depth character only found in novels, Yesterday’s Gone is a new wave in fiction. If you like The Stand and LOST, you’ll love this series that combines tension, intrigue, and fear of the unknown.

Get Yesterday’s Gone now and see who lives and who dies!

(Warning: This book is intended for mature audiences and contains disturbing and potentially offensive material.)

Reviews

  • More more more....

    5
    By 8bitme!
    Loved the format and enjoyed the story... The only con for me was the swearing! Was it absolutely necessary for so much?
  • Yesterday's Gone Season One

    4
    By Lowrider Rob
    One of the best books I've read in a long time. Gotta go cause writing this is keeping me from Season Two.
  • Just Finished all Six Books

    5
    By Frr079814
    And it's worth it. There were times when the complexity and confusing elements made me wonder how I would feel at the end, but it grabs you and keeps you enthralled. The characters, while beyond belief, were also pretty interesting and engaging. It would be very easy to nit pick, but end of day it's a fun, exciting at times and definitely engrossing read. Worth the purchases down the line.
  • Great read!

    4
    By as shun
    I love the format. Altogether interesting story. More please 😬
  • Enjoyed Season 1

    4
    By JKK1954
    Just finished S1 and immediately picked up S2. A great ride!!!!
  • Yesterday's Gone Season One

    5
    By Ljpatts
    Wow. I love sci-fi and have read so many different scenarios , but this book blew them out of the water. Swan Song by Robert Cameron was always my favorite go to book, but this story was totally engrossing. I could not put it down! Totally believable and freaking scary and amazing. Thanks for a fantastic book. I will be purchasing the rest of the series. A new fan!!
  • Language

    1
    By Academy 3
    I don't read books with F words. This had one right up front so no good.
  • Awesome

    5
    By Boricio R
    So the authors just finished the series, and I just finished Season 1... I loved it. I loved the story, characters, and formatting. It is rare that I read fiction, but this story was just that great. I fully plan to purchase the remaining seasons now. I will be looking into their other titles as well, once I find a writer I like I try to stick with them.
  • Enjoying the Format

    4
    By Blaine Moore (Run to Win)
    I'm late to this world (they're now done w/season 3 as I start reading) but I'm really enjoying the format and they do a great job with the cliff hangers. Having read through season 4 now as I update this review, Yesterday's Gone is a great long-running serial with a large cast of characters. The first season is a little bit rough around the edges, but they work in great cliffhangers that keep you reading from episode to episode and each season gets better as the authors improve in their collaborations. The underlying story is complex enough to enjoy and to support the large cast of characters, but not so complex that the reader is left completely behind.