Yesterday's Gone: Season One
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The #1 bestselling horror and sci-fi series with over 1,000 5-star reviews starts here with Yesterday’s Gone: Season One.
THEY WAKE TO THE UNKNOWN
On October 15, a handful of people wake in a post-apocalyptic landscape to find that most of the world’s population has vanished in a mysterious event.
A journalist wanders an empty New York in search of his wife and son.
A serial killer finds that he’s no longer top of the food chain.
A mother shields her young daughter from danger, but how can you fight an enemy you can’t see?
A bullied teen is thrilled to find everyone gone … until a knock at the door.
A special agent turned enemy of the state survives a fiery plane crash. He desperately needs to reach his daughter, but fate has something else in store.
An eight-year-old boy sets out on a journey to find his missing family, but finds an old man who might just be the key to understanding everything.
DARKNESS IS COMING
The survivors are not alone.
Something is watching.
And hunting them down.
And one group of people has been preparing for this moment for years.
FATE CANNOT BE STOPPED
Where has everyone gone?
Who can you trust when anyone can be an enemy?
Can humanity survive the darkness that threatens to overwhelm them all?
THE ONLY CERTAINTY IS THAT YESTERDAY’S GONE
Read the epic, twisting, roller coaster of a series that readers are calling, “‘The Stand’ meets ‘LOST!’”
SEASON TWO is available here: amazon.com/dp/B007BEDR4Y/
SEASON THREE is available here: amazon.com/dp/B008R0IZH0/
SEASON FOUR is available here: amazon.com/dp/B00EIHEYJ4/
SEASON FIVE is available here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00OC9097O
the Agency. “Julie. We split a few years ago.” “And Jade is your daughter?” “Yes.” The two men looked at each other again, and finally Ed ran out of patience. “Okay, I told you everything you’ve asked me. Now, it’s your turn to answer some questions.” “Fair enough, Mr. Keenan,” Williams said, “But we’re not at liberty to say much more than we have.” “Fuck that,” Ed said, “Then find me someone who can answer questions.” “We’ve arranged that,” Williams said, “Someone will be in to speak with
that’s the case, maybe we’ll see them. Or maybe the aliens will come and take us too, and we’ll be reunited. Did any of you lose anyone last night?” “I did,” Luis said, “My little girl, Gracie. She’s seven.” “And do you really want to sit here and do nothing?” Luis looked at the others then shook his head no. “You’re talking millions of people,” Melora said, “The odds of millions of people being somewhere in the city … no. That doesn’t make sense. I’m more inclined to believe they all
I wasn’t going to meet the others last night, but I was wide awake, and I thought maybe there would be safety in numbers or something, so I brought Gracie over and let her sleep on the couch. She slept the entire time. And then 2:15 hit. I woke up and she was gone.” “Jesus,” Brent said, not knowing a single word worthy enough to follow, except maybe “Christ.” “Now here’s the thing I didn’t tell the others,” Luis said, turning to Brent, eyes red. “They’d all been dreaming about the whole
well-trained SWAT officer. He left the bedroom, still intact, then headed toward Ben’s room. Brent rushed to Luis’s side and stepped in front of him, “Wait,” he said, “I’ll go.” Brent pushed the door open with the gun, and prayed his son wouldn’t run out. He’d never been so glad not to see his family. “Whatever was here is gone,” Luis said. As if on cue, his radio beeped. “Yeah?” Luis asked. “Wh… where are you?” Stan asked, his voice at a whisper, packed with fear. “Across
maybe you don’t know. At any rate, when the rules change and your bosses are caught playing by the old rules, well, that means shifting the blame downwind to someone else. A guy like me.” “What does that even mean?” she asked. Ed had to laugh at the knots of confusion on her face, though he was pretty sure she thought he was laughing at her expense. “The less I say, the better. Trust me. When the world returns to normal, people will be looking for me. They find out I was with you, they’ll haul