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Yesterday's Gone: Episode 1 - David W. Wright, Sean Platt
Yesterday's Gone: Episode 1
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Format: ebook
ISBN: 9780984338191 (0984338195)
Publisher: Collective Inkwell
Pages no: 116
Edition language: English
Series: Yesterday's Gone (#1)
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charlton
charlton rated it
5.0 Where'd The People Go?
One of those books I didn't know I'd like so much.I mean I'd read the blurb and thought this sounds interesting.But within the first 10 pages it pretty much had me. Basically it deals with the U.S.,it doesn't mention any other countries.One evening all the humans disappear.With the exception of a sc...
The Book Addict's Ramblings Book Blog
The Book Addict's Ramblings Book Blog rated it
4.0
Yesterday's Gone focuses on a select few survivors. A reporter who wakes up without his wife and son, a creepy serial killer, a mother with a young daughter, a bullied teen and his drunken step-father, a fugitive who survives a plane crash, and a young boy who is alone and looking for his family.Bef...
Inspiring Insomnia
Inspiring Insomnia rated it
2.0 Yesterday's Gone: Episode 1
I picked up Yesterday's Gone after reading and enjoying the authors' WhiteSpace: Episode 1. I was surprised that I didn't like this better, because I typically love the apocalypse genre. The book focuses on a handful of characters, with the points of view switching among them with each chapter. They...
Marvin's Bookish Blog
Marvin's Bookish Blog rated it
4.0
Not too long ago, I rudely criticized a kindle novella for being patterned after the format of a TV series. So along comes Yesterday's Gone a serialized novel that is blatantly patterned along a similar style. So why was unnamed novel so terrible and Yesterday's Gone pretty damn good.The first obvio...
The Social Potato Reviews
The Social Potato Reviews rated it
4.0
A very interesting take on an apocalypse. We're introduced to many different characters and we're switching back and forth, back and forth. Although that's cool, as it gives us a lot of angles to view the situation, I felt it was a little bit too much... I think there were about six? seven different...
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