Start the First Season of the Groundbreaking Post-Apocalyptic Serial! Yesterday's Gone: Season One: Episode 1.
WARNING: This is a post-apocalyptic horror audiobook where bad people do evil things, and as such, this series features disturbing scenes and foul language. While it is all within the context of the story, some listeners may find this content offensive.
Can humanity survive what it never saw coming?
On October 15 at 2:15 a.m. Earth vanished. A scattered few woke alone in a world with no rules, other than survival at any cost.
A journalist wanders the wretched reality of an empty New York, searching for his wife and son. A serial killer must hunt in a land where prey is now an endangered species. A mother shields her young daughter from danger through every terror-filled breath.
A bullied teen is thrilled to find the world gone missing, until the knock on his door. A fugitive survives a fiery plane crash. Will he be redeemed, or return to the killing he's best at? An eight-year-old boy sets out on a journey to find his missing family, only to find something that will change him forever. These survivors aren't truly alone...
Someone or something is watching them. And waiting...
Strangers unite. Sides are chosen. Can humanity survive what it never saw coming?
©2011 Sean Platt, David Wright (P)2014 Podium Publishing
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The narration is brilliant and is well matched to each character. The tension slowly builds causing the listener to beg for an answer to what has happened
As a father I experience the same disappointments in my own character as that of Brent Foster. So I naturally feel a connection to him more than any other
The narration matches the characters brilliantly but is a little slow, allowing you to increase the speed somewhat. So I can help but fill a little let down when the recording finished earlier as a result. I don't think I would have continued reading the book due to the constant swapping of characters in the story line
yes. However, due to how the story is written you can easily stop at each chapter. The listener does know not what the connection is between each character. So each chapter is like another unconnected story.
Please for the love of God... give us some answers to what is going on
The narrators can be hit or miss, I like some performances and others not so much. But the nice thing is that it switches often enough to not get tedious or aggravating. The story is really interesting so far and I'll be starting the next episode right away.
Very good . Sometimes a gripping storyline especially in between books Thank you very much
"Weird, or what? Zombies have nothing on this."
I don't want to reprise a synopsis of the story as the description given already says enough. Plus, since it develops from various perspectives,, all different, I doubt I could do it justice in less than 500+ words.
So suffice it to say that this is unlike any dystopian book I've ever read before, much more scary than the sjhambling of zombies, and excellently performed by the readers.
A word or two of warning however. The episodes in this series need to be read /listened to in order as each builds on the one before. And yes, there is bad language but under the circumstances this is hardly surprising.
Just don't listen late at night before sleeping - dreams can be powerful, too.
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