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. Every decision. Every action. Every dream. Every alliance. Every secret. Every betrayal.
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!
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I liked the different people reading it that makes it a completely different experience when listening .
they were all good characters and made a really good story and was surprised by the end.
NO but now I will ; )
It was a really good book for me it keep me listening and waiting to find our what would happen next tru the whole book
would like to know when the next book will be available in audiobook
I have always loved to read. Due to visual problems, reading became difficult. I am grateful to Audible for re-opening the literary world.
This book is worth reading again and again in case that you might have missed details, As for me, I cannot wait for Season 3 as Season 2 left off in a most horrific way!
There are many books written about apocalyptic, end-of-days but until the series ends I can't say how they might compare since the authors have taken the series to new places that make the ending hard to predict.
For some strange reason, I'm fascinated by the scenes where "Boricio" has his side of the story told. The person who reads his scenes brings him to life by providing the listener with an enrichment of emotions to Boricio's thoughts and language.
Near the end of Season 2 as the revolt takes place, I found myself unable to believe the outcome! It had me in tears.
Fathers Face Remembered
The narration is so good. This is important to me. I had already loved the ebook. So listening this made it even better.
Great television shows like Lost, and great books like the Stand.
Even though I am not a Boricio (not sure if that spelling is correct) fan. That didn't make his backstory not any less impactful. Very tough and informative.
Luca dealing with his sudden change in age I found really moving. Best thing about that is that it made a character I didn't really care for in Season one much better for this season.
I sure hope they release the other seasons on Audio!
Bizarre, Exciting, Roller-Coaster
Multiple moments- Luca's struggle/experience with growing "older"
Boricio's introduction to The Sanctuary
Both- multiple times. Or grinning ear-to-ear during one of Boricio's creative "rants"- quite imaginative! :)
Bring Season Three to audible SOON... pleeeeeeeese!!!!!!
The story is great and engaging. Ray Chase (doing Boricio) is AMAZING and I'm definitely going to search for more books read by him. R.C Bray delivers an excellent performance as well. My favorite narrators.
I can't guess what's going to happen.
I can't blame the narrators. Some are amazing while the others are OK. What I did really HATE was the fact that (in order to save money?) some characters are played by different narrators. You get used to Boricio being narrated by Ray Chase when all of a sudden, when he meets Luca, Maxwell Glick who's doing Loca is also doing Boricio. He even pronounces the name Boricio differently. The two narrators are so different (Chase sounds like a hardass pervert criminal, while Maxwell sounds like a kid) that it totally ruined the experience for me. Can't you have both narrators together for such scenes?, common! I'd pay double to get the book read right.
Sort out the narration. Chase should do Boricio - ALWAYS. Bray should do Brent - ALWAYS. Maxwell should do Luca - ALWAYS. You messed up the book!
The story is amazing but the problem is the naration completly sucks and makes the listener want to turn the dang thing off every few min... the problem is that the characters voices and accents change every few chapters and gets on the nerves and makes you stop actually listening to the story and wanting to throw your listening device out the window.
The story kept me gusssing which is not an easy thing to do
have not finished the second season so unsure at this time
I thoroughly enjoyed the first book and couldn't wait for what i thought was the concluding second book, well i finished the second book and was disappointed, the fresh writing had gone there's no fluency and my fear is Yesterday's Gone will continue much the same as the tv series Lost did, lost and incoherent.
I shall not listen to the rest.
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