Yesterday's Gone: Season Six
#6, Yesterday's Gone
Sean Platt & David Wright
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The #1 bestselling horror sci-fi series with over 1,000 5-star reviews concludes here with Yesterday’s Gone: Season Six.
The wait is over.
On October 15th, humanity went missing. A handful of scattered survivors woke to find the world empty of friends, family, and neighbors.
Now they are home. But they're not alone.
The Darkness has killed nearly everyone on the planet. But it is no longer the biggest threat to humanity.
THERE IS SOMETHING ELSE
One final battle.
One last shot to save the world.
Can this band of survivors overcome an even greater threat before all is lost?
In the stunning conclusion to the best-selling Yesterday’s Gone series, Sean Platt and David W. Wright challenge everything you thought you knew.
Join this final post-apocalyptic thrill-ride today!
(Warning: This book is intended for mature audiences and contains disturbing and potentially offensive material.)
Now all I need is the HBO series...
This book wraps up Yesterday's Gone. The story picks up some years after the end of Season 5, where the aliens have basically taken over the planet and The Light and it's rebel crusaders are isolated into small pockets of resistance. The origins of the Light and the Darkness are finally definitively revealed and I thought that it actually made for a pretty good explanation, even if I did always think referring to them as "Light" and "Dark" was kind of silly.
Great character development, absolutely zero downtime throughout the book as you are led through one action sequence after another with great cliffhanger endings at the end of chapters, and a satisfying conclusion to the series with one caveat. I liked the epilogue and the final disposition of all of the characters, but the device used to actually defeat all but the final bad guy felt a bit flat and out of the blue. Not that much of any post-apocalyptic alien invasion story is ever plausible, but the final battle strained my suspension of disbelief. Not enough to give it a lower star rating though; I still enjoyed the book quite a lot as a whole.
The only thing needed now is an HBO series...
Finished all 6 books in one sitting....
I seriously can't get anything done because I'm so stuck in this story. When I'm not reading it, my imagination is still replaying scenes in my head and next thing I know, im cutting duties short to get back to reading. Lol This book has awakened the reader in me. Thank you for rekindling my passion for reading.