Onyx Webb: Book One: Episodes 1, 2, 3

Richard Fenton Andrea Waltz

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Onyx Webb Book One Episodes Librarian Note Alternate Cover Edition for ISBN ISBN Delectably Creepy Gripping Fascinating Onyx Webb is a multi genre mash up that combines supernatural suspense crime

  • Title: Onyx Webb: Book One: Episodes 1, 2, 3
  • Author: Richard Fenton Andrea Waltz
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 211
  • Format: Paperback
  • Librarian Note Alternate Cover Edition for ISBN 10 0990751813 ISBN 13 9780990751816.Delectably Creepy Gripping Fascinating Onyx Webb is a multi genre mash up that combines supernatural suspense, crime, horror, romance, and So the story Onyx Webb is a ghost Billionaire playboy Koda Mulvaney becomes obsessed with a girl he sees inside a mirror Juniper ColeLibrarian Note Alternate Cover Edition for ISBN 10 0990751813 ISBN 13 9780990751816.Delectably Creepy Gripping Fascinating Onyx Webb is a multi genre mash up that combines supernatural suspense, crime, horror, romance, and So the story Onyx Webb is a ghost Billionaire playboy Koda Mulvaney becomes obsessed with a girl he sees inside a mirror Juniper Cole is on her way to the prom and well, we don t want to spoil anything we ve probably told you too much already How all these events are related is part of the mystery that is, Onyx Webb.The Onyx Webb series follows the unusual life of Onyx Webb along with a central group of characters in various locations and times The billionaire Mulvaney family, piano prodigy Juniper Cole and her brother Quinn, paranormal show hosts Cryer and Fudge, and a few others make up the core of the series Written like a book version of a supernatural soap opera think American Horror Story 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 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.

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    1. Deborah on said:

      I just hope this series lives up to its potential because so far I'm totally intrigued.It opens with an excerpt from the journal of Onyx Webb written in Crimson Cove, Oregon March, 2010.We then move back to 1904 near St Louis and a six year old Onyx and her father Catfish.Then it's California 1971 where we meet child prodigy Juniper Cole and her brother Quinn.London 2010 billionaire and sexiest man alive Koda Mulvaney.St Louis 1904 Obedience Everhardt and her 'daughter' Lucinda.Savannah Georgia [...]

    2. Wendi Palasak on said:

      I'm hooked!Just read the first book in one sitting. Couldn't put it down. Sucked me in from the very first page. I'm hooked!

    3. Meigan on said:

      When Andrea Waltz referred to her book in the Lovers of Paranormal group as "unique", I thought to myself, yeah, ok, that's what they all say. I prepared myself to sit down and read Onyx Webb, ready to dive in to the same old story that's been done many times over. Imagine my surprise, upon reading just the first several pages, to discover that this book really is unique, just as the author claimed. In the first 3 episodes contained in this book, authors Fenton and Waltz introduce a myriad of ch [...]

    4. The Just-About-Average Ms M on said:

      For the third time in less than six months I’ve been lured away from my habitual historical fiction genre into the world of paranormal fiction. I generally prefer to be scared to death by vintage Stephen King, Peter Straub, and Richard Matheson, and paranormal seemed so.pid by comparison. That’s what I get for comparing genres—I almost missed out on Neil Gaiman, Ninie Hammon, and now Andrea Waltz and Richard Fenton. Who knew?Onyx Webb is a little girl with a name as unusual as her story. H [...]

    5. Laura Thomas on said:

      I loved everything about this book. From the different points of view to the different dates in time to the fantastic illustrations and the hair raising creepiness.When I reached the end of this book, Onyx Webb was still an enigma to me. I know there are many more episodes to come and I’m sure I’ll figure her out. The jury is still out about her right now.Ever wanted to know how it felt to be a ghost? From what I learned in this book, it’s no fun. Can’t taste, can’t feel, and can’t l [...]

    6. Dianne on said:

      Well, I didn’t see this one coming! Want something different, presented in a unique way? Have you ever thought about “after,” as in after you die, what will it be like? Will you be ready to leave this world? Will you move on to a better place? Or would you want to hang on to life, with all of its ups and downs, as well as those moments and people that make it precious? Will you question what you thought was important? Sit back and get ready for a chaotic journey that begins in 1904 and a y [...]

    7. Sherry Fundin on said:

      The tagline on the cover of Onyx Webb hooked me – Think life is precious now? Just wait until you’re dead – and I had to read Book I by Richard Fenton and Andrea Waltz. I am just hoping I made the right decision, because there are more books to come and I will not learn the ending here.Onyx Webb is a paranormal thriller that will have you questioning the most important things in “life”. If you are a fan of character driven stories, this one is for you.Richard Fenton and Andrea Waltz do [...]

    8. Sean on said:

      This was quite a good read,thoroughly enjoyed this book and I am looking forward to reading the next instalment in the series.

    9. Shaunesay on said:

      so much stuff happening here! lots of threads to follow in short bursts of story, I was glued!First of all, oh my goodness that cover! I was so glad I was reading this on my Kindle instead of actually holding a physical copy because this spidery cover just undoes me! Luckily the story itself is not full of spiders, at least not yet, though who knows what is in store for us in future episodes! This books collects the first 3 episodes into 1 book, there are 10 books in all with 32 total episodes. [...]

    10. Imani on said:

      4.5 Onyx Webb StarsI bought this book for free on kindle because of the cover. Yeah, I know superficial right? Well I was debating on deleting it off of my kindle and when I read the synopsis again and thought why not?So Onyx Webb is about multiple characters in different areas of the world and different eras. The beginning of the book starts in St. Louis with Onyx Webb a young girl in 1904 going to the fair with her father; Catfish, California 1971 with Juniper Cole a piano prodigy, Koda Mulva [...]

    11. Eric Smith on said:

      I really enjoyed the characters in this book. The authors do not seem big on description or certain details but it's more than made up for by fascinating characters and what seems to be an intricate plot that while appearing to be all over the place at first is now starting to show connections. I have a feeling as the series goes on these characters will be connected more intricately in a web (pardon the pun but I couldn't resist) that will only get more complex. I'm all for that. Oh and there a [...]

    12. Nadene(Totally Addicted to Reading) on said:

      Initially I was a bit lost as to what to write in my review. This story was unlike any I have read before. This is book 1 of a series that will be told over a course of nine books consisting of three episodes each. The episodes are not self-contained; as such to understand the course of events they must be read in order. Embedded in each episode are twists, turns and surprises that will compel you to keep turning the pages as you are eager to uncover the mysteries of Onyx Webb.When I was asked t [...]

    13. Jeanette Andromeda on said:

      Straight off the bat this story hits you with it’s beautiful characters in touching and tragic situations. The central character, Onxy Webb, has a fascinating life starting in Louisiana in the 1920s which strings along through her timeline throughout the story.I love the amount of detail that goes into the historic explorations of the story. In some ways it feels like and exploration of innocence and evil in America’s past. And it is fascinating to explore.DizzyingThis story is written more [...]

    14. Heather Lawson on said:

      Originally posted here: heatherreviews.wordpress/_________________When I first heard about this series, I was immediately intrigued. The story is told through different characters and at different points in history and they all weave together to create one story. I had to see how this would all work and from the get go, I was hooked.Onyx Webb is like watching a soap opera on the TV in book form. There are so many different people and storylines to follow and immerse yourself in that it’s hard [...]

    15. LAWonder10 on said:

      Onyx Webb is a unique, bizarre accumulation of Individual tales in three episodes. This book is unlike anything I have ever read. It flows from one person to another smoothly, yet it is disconcerting.The characters are each intriguing and unique. The authors have well-defined each one in a manner they truly seem real. The scenes are portrayed well through effective, vivid descriptions.There are several characters involved in various scenarios. They each tell their own story - Their mysterious be [...]

    16. Heather on said:

      Onyx Webb. Wow.This book was fantastic. One thing that I especially liked about it is how natural it was to read. I am somewhat of a slow reader, yet I found myself flying through this book. A character driven, supernatural thriller that leaves you thirsting for more. Immediately I was sucked into the story and found myself turning the page as more and more questions filled in my head. I found myself asking "How are these people related? Are they related?" and blown away when I saw how it was al [...]

    17. Diane on said:

      This book is good on so many levels. Kudos to the writing team of Richard Fenton and Andrea Waltz. There are few books that can switch back and forth in time and not be awkward at some point or hard to follow. Onyx Webb takes place in 3 different era's with different characters and is done superbly. The characters are very well developed and well defined. There are ones you'll like and ones that you'll dislike intensely and you meet one of the later soon after the book opens. I kept turning the [...]

    18. March Shoggoth Madness The Haunted Reading Room on said:

      Review: ONYX WEBB Book 1 EPISODES 1-3 by Andrea Waltz and Richard FentonI found my new favorite book when I opened the first pages of ONYX WEBB. There is not a dropped thread in this exciting, engrossing, riveting, incredible paranormal, suspenseful, supernatural, mysterious, time-switching, multi-characted serialI realize how Dickens' audience must have felt, hanging on from week to week with bated breath for the newest installmentONYX WEBB is a story in a class by itself. I can see it becoming [...]

    19. Valeria Navarro on said:

      LOVED it ! It has so much suspense in it. There is a bit of love in there but it is mostly paranormal. I really liked the way that it was all split. Into episodes. It is all kind of like reading a TV show, specially since you get so many different stories within an episode. I honestly cant wait for the next installment, specially for Kodas and the Quinns, those 2 are really up my alley, but the again Onyx's story is getting really good as well SOOOOO I guess I simply cant wait for it all XDPlus [...]

    20. Stuart on said:

      Audience: Those who enjoy short episodic based fiction with horror and supernatural themes.Summed up in one word: AudaciousAuthor Bio: Richard Fenton & Andrea Waltz are both #1 Bestsellers and both have a passion for writing paranormal ghost stories. They are focusing on their amazing Onyx Webb series which will eventually be a 9 book/27 episode series.First Impression: I am rather cautious when it comes to book series as I am easily sucked in and then I spend weeks and weeks having to read [...]

    21. OpenBookSociety.com on said:

      openbooksociety/article/onBrought to you by OBS Reviewer ScottOnyx Webb is an explosive new concept in literature. Part historical fiction, part detective story, part horror and dipping into the realm of the supernatural, this edition is sure to delight in one aspect of the story or another. Harkening back to the “serialized” novels of the ‘20’s (of which more will be spoken of later) the story will be told over the course of nine books with three episodes apiece. In episodes 1, 2 & [...]

    22. Jim on said:

      ONYX WEBB: BOOK ONE: EPISODES 1, 2 & 3 is the first foray into fiction by the Richard Fenton and Andrea Waltz, a husband and wife team who have previously published a series of successful motivational non-fiction books. ONYX WEBB: BOOK ONE is projected as the opening salvo of a 10 book, 27 episode series. With each book so far (Book Two has just been released) coming in at well over 200 pages, OW looks to be a 2,000 page story.But this is good news for lovers of mysteries, ghost stories and [...]

    23. Deborah Bowman on said:

      Interesting PremiseOnyx Webb is a web indeed of mixed characters, mixed evil deeds and killers spread through the United States from the early 1900s to modern times. There is some unique, creative concepts on the theory of ghosts and the afterlife, intriguing initially, but turning more into a mishmash of confusion by the end of Episode 3 or the end of the book, which leaves the reader hanging.The characters, though not following any rhyme or reason, are at least consistent through most of Episo [...]

    24. Candace Kuhn on said:

      What a refreshingly different kind of story! I have to say that I thoroughly enjoyed Onyx Webb. I read it in two days, but would have polished it off in one sitting had I the time to do so. It truly is a tangled web of seemingly random events through time that end up showing you how they start to come together. You get tidbits of the many characters’ lives, but the small amount you get paints such a rich picture that you’re not at all unsatisfied.The characters all have depth, even the short [...]

    25. Melanie Marsh on said:

      Onyx Webb is sooo more than just a ghost story. I’m not entirely sure what it is, but it’s definitely more than just a ghost story. It’s like 3 stories in one that are all woven together in a way that you can almost make out the full picture but not quite. It’s like the name of a movie just on the tip of your tongue that you can’t quite remember. You know it’s there, but you aren't sure what it is. You can tell they are all connected somehow, but just can't connect the dots.From the [...]

    26. Paola on said:

      Honestly, I was a little concerned that this book is the first in a ten-book series. It raises the bar that much higher since it takes something very special to keep my attention for that long. So, does this series deserve such a big commitment? YES! I really love this book. It is atmospheric, unique, and super creepy. I could tell right away that a lot of research went into it (from the different locations, to the time periods, to all the historical references). The characters are interesting a [...]

    27. Kristy Centeno on said:

      In keeping with my protocol to abstain from giving out spoilers, I’d like to keep this review simple but informative.The combination of cover plus synopsis drew me into Onyx Webb’s world and I just had to jump at the opportunity to review. Onyx Webb is not your average child by any means. From the very first chapter of the first book you get outline on her life, and realize her life has been marked by a series of bizarre events from birth, including the secrets surrounding her being. There [...]

    28. Victoria Brinius on said:

      I am not really a fan of soap opera's, however this story had me hooked from the beginning. The characters were interesting and I could not wait to read more about them. They each had issues, and yet their stories flowed together nicely. There were mystery, drama, ghosts and a great narrator. I did get confused a few times, but that is to be expected from a story written like this one was. I liked the different time periods and it added an extra historical angle to the plots. I would like to rer [...]

    29. Faith on said:

      I received a free autographed copy by the authors considering I reviewed Episode One. I thoroughly enjoyed this novel. I liked that there were a continuation of photos of the many characters along with different quotes placed throughout the novel. Episode three was my favorite section of the book where you start to find a sense of correlation between the three time frames. I am curious to know what happens next. This is a novel I would recommend to anyone who wants a quick read or a novel for Ha [...]

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