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Onyx Webb: Book Three: Episodes 7, 8, 9

by Richard Fenton

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I am so glad I already have Book III, so I didn’t have to wait to find out what was coming next. Each book has gotten better, for me. I am hooked and this is one series I will read to the end.

Started right out with a murder. How can I not love that?

So much action and the suspense climbs to a new level. Sometimes it seems the characters have no redeeming qualities, but the bad they do is forced on them, other times they feel obligated, want revenge or to avenge the wrong done to someone they know. I feel I need to let go of my attempts to judge them and try to walk a mile in their shoes.

And now for the tragedy…

OMG I can’t believe the authors did that!!! Fabulous, horrific! I am so sad for…

The developing story has reached a mind blowing level…engrossing, nailbiting, sit on the edge of your seat intense reading…unputdownable…

It is rare that I read a series that keeps getting better and better but Andrea Waltz and Richard Fenton have far surpassed my expectations with Onyx Web and I can’t ask for any more than that! ( )
  sherry69 | Nov 17, 2016 |
Waiting and waiting for Onyx Webb to die? Think you figured out how she perishes? I’ll take bets you’re wrong. Think you’ve figured out who the girl in the mirror is? How about Declan; do you have his full story yet? Book three of the Onyx Webb series throws a few curve balls. Follow Onyx and Ulrich as they start a new life in Oregon. Take a peek into the lives of two new characters and their ghostly reality show. Finally, dive head first into the lives of the three Mulvaney men; you may be surprised what you find there.

I want to preface this review with a slur of incoherent curse words. For the sake of professionalism, I won’t. Still, I am dying to get my hands on the next installments in this series. I cannot stress enough, how incredible this series is turning out to be. I confessed in my review of book two, that I was afraid I wouldn’t be able to convey just how amazing these books are.

I appreciate that the authors (Richard Fenton and Andrea Waltz) finally gave us the death of Onyx Webb; I won’t spoil it for you by telling you how though. Finally, Koda gets a name to his mystery girl in the mirror, though I wasn’t shocked to find out I was right about who she was. (I don’t think that was meant to be much of a mystery) I am intrigued by the new set of characters as I think Olympia will (hopefully) play a bigger role in the upcoming succession of books.

I can happily say that Onyx Webb continues to be thought provoking, mysterious and fun. The third installment wraps up a few loose ends while simultaneously creating more. I can’t wait to grab ahold of book four and see just how intricately connected these characters are
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  lenamaybooks | Aug 2, 2016 |
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