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Yesterday's Gone Chapter One book review

Yesterday’s Gone: Season One book review by Sean Platt and David W. Wright. Yes, I said “season one,” but that’s how the authors labelled their chapters. That’s because the authors admit to loving cliffhangers and serialized fiction. That in itself is a bit of a warning but I read this AFTER I read the book.  With that said…

Yesterday’s Gone on Amazon.

Yesterday’s Gone is written like a TV series, each chapter is labelled season one, episode #. And each chapter is a story unto itself. The problem for me though, was that each of the first six chapters introduced a lot of new individuals or groups that could be hard for some readers to keep track of, if for instance, you only read a little bit here and there every morning.  But once all the characters are introduced, the narrative moves forward from there, bouncing around with each chapter among the different people and groups.  Each have their own tale to tell until, as the story progresses, they start to slowly start to cross paths.

My other issue was that ….

Potential SPOILER

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