Yesterday's Gone: Season Two
David Wright, Sean Platt
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THIS IS THE COLLECTED EPISODES 7-12 of the post-apocalyptic serial thriller Yesterday's Gone. The books are the same as the individual episodes.
THE MIND-BENDING POST-APOCALYPTIC SERIALIZED THRILLER YESTERDAY’S GONE CONTINUES WITH SEASON TWO
On October 15, everyone in the world vanished.
Well, almost everyone.
Some were left behind, attempting to piece together what happened, find their loved ones, and survive.
BUT THEY ARE NOT ALONE
SEASON TWO picks up where SEASON ONE left off.
One man finds himself on a mysterious island that holds secrets, and perhaps even answers, to what happened on October 15.
A group finds itself taking refuge at The Sanctuary, a religious compound with an enigmatic leader called The Prophet.
A serial killer finds himself leading an unlikely group of survivors.
A young man searches to prove himself to his group, and avoid being bullied ever again.
A young child is called to perform another miracle at great personal cost.
IT ALL COMES DOWN TO THIS...
THE STUNNING SEASON TWO FINALE that will have you on the edge of your seat...
and then knock you to the floor with the most insane, MOST WTF?! UNFORGETTABLE SEASON FINALE YET!
Exclusive wrap-up interview with Sean Platt & David W. Wright and editor Matt Gartland.
The first TWO CHAPTERS from ForNevermore, Platt & Wright's newest serial thriller, now available.
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Hidden Wonders was the antithesis of the giant store – a narrow hole in the wall packed to the rafters with an inventory that was half used books, and almost half titles that had never harbored hope of hitting a bestseller’s list. It looked like an old and messy closet compared to these new spacious bookstores. Will knew there was no way in hell they had a chance to compete. He thought people wanted small, intimate, and friendly. But the numbers didn’t lie. People said they wanted stores like
Desmond didn’t have time to respond. John had barely shut his mouth when Rei commanded the head of the main table, hands folded and head bowed, patiently waiting to make his announcement. With every set of eyes upon him, Rei parted his arms and raised his chin to the sky. Desmond made it through the prayer with gritted teeth, then chewed his bottom lip as Rei went through his song and dance of an announcement, spilling nothing but the scum on the surface of empty lies. “I regret to inform you
of life. His heart ached as he looked around. A little girl, maybe six, lay in a pool of blood just outside where the main house had been. Her stomach had been gouged open, and blood still poured from her mouth. She was clutching a burnt doll, and her eyes were open in a permanent death stare. She was but one of the corpses, and but one of at least three children he could see in the immediate area. Oh God. The only building still standing somewhat was the barn, but flames were quickly lapping
including some of the new people: the man-boy Luca, Paola and her mother, Mary, and the weird old guy, Will. Mary smiled at her, but she could tell it was a fake smile masking sadness, like there were words she couldn’t say. Paola’s mom seemed so nice, not like Mother at all. Mother had been terrifying for a while, especially when they were alone. Rebecca couldn’t imagine how Mother was going to respond to her getting caught on a picnic with Carl, but she was terrified. Mother would give her a
confrontation. But now that Jeremy was dead, Vic was coming with them, and Charlie doubted Vic would ever back down or avoid a fight. The steroid case thought he was invincible, and would cross the street just to find a fight to prove it. “Trap or not, I don’t give a shit,” Vic said, finality in his voice. “We’re running low on supplies, and we’re going in there and taking whatever’s there, no matter whose turf this is.” “OK,” Charlie said. Though Old Charlie would have been reluctant to go