Yesterday's Gone: Season One by 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
From 25 Ratings
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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.)


  • Amazing

    By Gizball
    WOW absolutely amazing , couldn't put it down had to read it all in one session
  • Good Cast; Action-Packed, Thrilling, Foul-Mouthed fun; Story Unrounded but You'll Want to Read on

    By Ted's Review
    I had already reviewed Episode 1 before finding out that the other episodes can only be reviewed as the box set. Still, I decided to continue in the same vein as the first and give a separate one for each. Ep 1: A Big Scoop of WTF. Lift up your bowl for more. Ep 2: Story unravelling yet keeping the wtf factor. Yet again some fun writing and the delightful descriptions of banal things are an unexpected treat Ep 3: Took me several months to read this episode. Be that due to a slow story or simply a busy time in my life I don’t know but I wasn’t being drawn to it like the other books I was reading simultaneously. However, I did get into it during the last few chapters and am looking forward to the next episode. Boricio has a great voice. I also enjoy Brent’s character, Charlie’s too. Not the biggest fan of the kid's—Luca's—voice. It almost sounds ridiculous to say that his voice is childish but what I mean is that it almost feels like the author/s, when writing, were a little indulgent in all the baby chatter. Maybe it works for other readers but it’s a little much for me. Let’s see how it goes as the story progresses (with any luck the zombaliens will gobbly wobble him up). Once again some real treats in terms of prose, especially on the descriptive and comedic fronts. Ep 4: Whizzed through this episode (both the story picked itself up in pace and I had a little more time/desire to read it). Some crazy stuff going on and some freaky, thrilling moments that have you gripped, especially when reading at night. Wasn’t particularly fond of Paola’s dream chapter. Found it all a little too heavy and metaphor dense. Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy the surreal but this sequence felt a little out of place. I’m sure/hope it’ll all make sense in the coming episodes. The Collective Inkwell’s description and choice of words are once again unique. I really enjoy the writers’ combined voice in this field. Ep 5: Best episode so far. The CI guys flash their skills in tension-building, suspense, horror and action. Thoroughly enjoyable. Moreover, there’s plenty of individual character development, for example Luis, Charlie and John, with some very relatable thoughts and behaviours, and interactions between everyone. Other characters' interesting storylines are now taking their turn in the limelight, namely Ed’s. I’d heard about Boricio through the SPP before reading any of the podcasters’ work and there’s no mistaking why this character steals the show. His scenes leave you wanting more, right away. I’m jumping straight into the next episode. Ep 6: Following on from the last episode, the action, character development and entertainment factor continues to please. There as some roundups to certain character's stories; Luis, Charlie and Callie but many are left open-ended. Some groups of characters are left in limbo, some move on to the next setting and others are introduced, all laying up the next series. Therefore, I'd say that overall, it isn't a fully rounded story. This is the first episodical book I've read so I wasn't sure what to expect. I'm only talking from the experience of watching serialised stories, where even though many storylines could continue after a series finale, the main plot has a sound ending. The cliffhangers in YG are great don't get me wrong, and I'd absolutely buy the next book in line, if I didn't already own them, but as a solo unit one couldn't say the book is 'complete'. Still, I am happy with what it is; I enjoy the writers style and look forward to seeing where the characters go and discovering more about what made the YG world the way it is. I give it a 3.49 Stars.