After the Plague is a dual POV story that follows Yorke (a returning soldier) and Frankie (an artist) as they navigate the very beginnings of a plague-brought apocalypse. The writing flows well, the characters are likable, and the apocalyptic details feel real and hit close to home. My biggest critique is that this very short book doesn’t feel complete. It really reads like part one of a bigger novel. And while there may be action and romance in the sequels, I didn’t find as much of it here as I would’ve liked to hook me into book 2. However, the introduction of Beast and Auden was cute, and I have a feeling a future found family might be in order once the two MCs meet up.

So if you’re looking for a post-apocalyptic read and are committed to reading more than just the first one, I’d say definitely give it a look!


Tula in the seemingly apocalyptic mess that is the play room.

Thanks for reading!

2 thoughts on “Book Review – Broken (After the Plague #1)

  1. Tula is such a sweet little dog (though I am afraid I couldn’t call the play room a mess, not after seeing my niece and nephew’s!). Thanks for the review!


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