After Blight, By A.C. Warneke


In another life Rebecca “Beck” Lewis was an Elite Blight Fighter, the best of the best, and she reveled in the kill. The  only good Blight was a dead Blight and there were a lot of dead Blights at her hand. But that life has ended and when she wakes up she finds herself in an alien world: a private hospital for the clinically insane.

Through therapy and drugs, Rebecca struggles to determine what is real and what is a creation of her imagination. Is she a warrior who battles the undead or is she just a girl who can’t handle reality? In the end there is only one choice
and she does not hesitate. And that’s when things get interesting.

After Blight is not for everyone. In fact, it’s not for most people.

After Blight is Urban Fantasy from the perspective of a girl who has gone mad only to realize she isn’t the one who is insane, it’s the world around her.
Approximately 111,650 words and contains elements that might be considered offensive: angels who swear, demons who are loyal, a phantom lover who is cruel, a real lover who is loyal to a fault and a heroine who is trying to find her place in a world that she never belonged. Sex, violence, violent sex, strong language.
                Having been a complete fan of A.C. from the first book of hers that I have read, I was so excited when the chance came for me to read this book!  I had read Blight a while ago and completely loved the story.  So of course I couldn’t wait for this book to come out to learn more about Beck and find out what was going on.
                I think in order to completely understand and follow this story; you do need to read Blight.  That way you can understand the story much better than if you are just grab this book.  This story is one that will keep you on the edge of your seat and wanting more.  Also, on that note as well you will have to follow along with the story very well in order to fully grasp everything that is happening.
                This book will keep you thinking about everything that happened even days after you have finished the book.  I enjoyed how we were able to learn more about Beck, her abilities, and what is going on in the world.  We also get to spend more time getting to know the characters that we met in Blight and find out the importance of all of them.
                I couldn’t wait for this book and now that it’s out, I can’t wait for the next book to be released!  I think I have
become addicted to A.C.’s writings and I couldn’t recommend her enough!