[Review] Onyx Webb 2

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Title: Onyx Webb

Series: Onyx Webb Book #2

Author(s): Richard Fenton, Andrea Waltz

Genre: Horror

Published: July 14, 2015

Source: Copy provided by the author

Quicklinks: Amazon | Goodreads

Best-Selling Authors Fenton & Waltz Welcome You to the World of Onyx Webb. This is Book Two. (Episodes 4, 5, and 6) One reviewer says, "Fabulous. Different. Odd. Crazy. Wonderful. I've never read anything like it. You've created the weirdest, coolest new genre of fiction and I love it." 

The Onyx Webb series follows the unusual life of Onyx Webb along with a central group of characters in various locations and times. Written like a book version of a supernatural soap opera, each character’s story moves forward with most every episode. It may appear that the characters are entirely unrelated and yet episode by episode, the connections will become clearer And this is especially true in Book Two. Like being an inch away from a spider web, with each book, the web will move further and further away revealing the full story of every character and most importantly, the stunning conclusion for Onyx Webb herself.

In Book Two... It's the 30's and Declan Mulvaney and best friend Tommy Bilazzo learrn to survive at the Open Arms Orphange despite the adults who run the place. It’s 2010, and Koda Mulvaney is insane trying to see the girl in the mirror again. Onyx Webb is finds herself living all over the country married to the crazy German, Ulrich, with no way out. Special Note: All the pictures and graphical memes can be found in our Onyx Webb Series pinterest catalog.
Another great story from the wonderful Ms. Waltz and Mr. Fenton that continues the beautifully crafted worlds of multiple, well-defined characters including the gorgeous Onyx Webb. The authors do a great job continuing the stories and answering the questions that the readers were left with after reading Book 1. 

I really love how everything is starting to connect and I feel it's perfectly executed... something I feel is hard to do especially when trying to make sure everything makes sense in the process. Everything written is done so with great detail, helping readers visualize everything as they read. The characters are still believable and real with dialogue that doesn't seem forced or out of place. 

There's not much really else to say. Everything was wonderful much like it was in the first book and the only thing I'm super happy about and can really talk about is the fact that the stories are actually connecting. The way they're connecting is so smooth that it feels natural rather than "oh hey, I might as well do this and see if it works for the readers" (aka forced, I just hate repeating myself). I can't wait for the next book to see where the authors and characters lead us!

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