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Onyx Webb: Book Four (Episodes 10, 11, 12)

by Richard Fenton

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Onxy Webb is filled with death, murder, horror, ghosts, and lots of suspense and evil…

So beware. Check your Karma and see if you dare to enter, because your actions can have repercussions far beyond your wildest imagination.

Onyx Webb is a fabulous, mystical character that keeps surprising those around her and rightly so in my book. She is complex and misunderstood, and so not deserving of what is happening. I love that she takes her ‘life’ into her own hands, not leaving her fate up to others to decide.

Many of the characters are good ‘people’. Sometimes it was hard to know who was human and who was a ghost and I loved the surprise of learning who was who, or what.

I try to be alert, waiting for the next shoe to drop, the next accident to happen, the next person to die.

The tension and suspense is stretched, keeping me waiting, anticipating, fearing for my favorite characters.

Be careful how much of your heart you give to these characters, because some may not survive. I love when the author is not afraid to kill someone off, regardless of whether I like it or not.

What’s going to happen next and who is responsible? Many lives are tainted by the evil that touches them. Of course, there are those whose misfortunes I revel in as they get their just desserts.

Onyx Webb keeps pulling on me, drawing me in deeper and deeper as I struggle to accept the tragedies heaped on the characters. There is so much going on, so many characters and so much action, that the story calls to me, demanding I read on, read more, and more.

I voluntarily reviewed a copy of Onyx Webb: Book IV by Richard Fenton & Andrea Waltz. ( )
  sherry69 | Mar 20, 2017 |
Have you been following the Onyx Webb story? Have you figured out just how connected Onyx Webb is to a series of characters over a vast time period that spreads out over decades? How about the guy whose murdering girls, think you have him pinned down? The fourth installment of Onyx Webb gives us the biggest surprises yet.

It is getting continuously harder to review the Onyx Webb series. I am constantly at war with myself on how to go about these reviews. If you’ve been a reader of my reviews for any amount of time you will see that I rarely give out five star reviews. You’ll also see that I’ve given the earlier three installments of Onyx Webb five stars and raved that each one is better than the previous. I am here to tell you that book four is no exception.

I can’t tell you much without giving you major spoilers. I can tell you that with every book (and this one is no exception) that Andrea Waltz and Richard Fenton out do themselves. Imagine if you will, the Claritin commercial where everything is fuzzy until you take a pill. The world suddenly becomes clearer as if a plastic film was removed from your vision. As time goes on, everything is slightly blurry again. Your pill, the miracle to clearer vision, is the next book in this series.

There was one spot in particular where I read a passage and screamed out loud, (pardon my French) HOLY SHIT! Something became so clear that I was kind of miffed at myself that I didn’t catch on to it sooner. This just goes to show you the ingenious and hard work that Waltz and Fenton put into their work. I am so beyond impressed with what they are accomplishing.

I have book five in my possession but I’m forcing myself to take time to read it…I may need to brush up on the dictionary so I have a better vocabulary to review the next book. I love being on the OW100 team – thank you Waltz and Fenton for the books in exchange for my honest review.
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  lenamaybooks | Aug 2, 2016 |
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