Onyx Webb is getting amazing reviews. Here is just a sampling…
“I 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-character serial…I realize how Dickens’ audience must have felt, hanging on from week to week with bated breath for the newest installment. ONYX WEBB is a story in a class by itself. I can see it becoming a cult classic–and why not? I certainly plan to read it over and over and over again…because in the words of Jacqueline Susann: “Once is not enough.”
– Mallory Heart Reviews via Amazon (Book One)
“In the case of this book, Onyx Webb, every single page was a golden nugget. Each chapter was devoted to a different character, going back to the turn of the 20th century, as they go through their own personal trials and tribulations. It didn’t take long before I could see the lines of the web drawing together, interlinking all the characters. This story had danger, intrigue, love, betrayal, and a graphic novel sensibility that appealed to me, personally, on every level. Honestly, I couldn’t put it down, and my dismay at reaching the last page quickly turned to determination as I found my way to Amazon to download the second book. In conclusion, I can only say that as an author, I wish I’d written Onyx Webb, and give Richard Fenton and Andrea Waltz major kudos for a job extremely well done.”
– Rose Shababy via blog (Book One)
“Audience: Those who enjoy short episodic based fiction with horror and supernatural themes. Summed up in one word: Audacious. 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 all the other installments as I get rather addicted…This book was no different. The Onyx Webb series is a hooking episodic monument to paranormal/horror fiction. I have to write this review, then go an order the rest of these books as I need to know what happens next!
– Stuart, Always Trust in Books (Book One)
“The story itself is marvelous. The authors have a gift for weaving together a series of seemingly non sequitur events that fit together so brilliantly that I couldn’t put it down. For those who enjoy a well-crafted story with heavy paranormal elements, fantastic dialogue and imagery, and an all-around good read, order a copy now. Do it. You won’t be disappointed.”
– Leslie Obrien via Goodreads (Book One)
“I’m not even sure where to begin when talking about Onyx Webb:Book Two by Richard Fenton and Andrea Waltz. This book isn’t like other books, it’s a paranormal soap opera that includes three stories in different time periods which are all connected. The word Webb in the title is quite fitting because this series is a little like a spider’s web of different stories and genres including: Romance, horror, mystery and drama. This is an interesting book to say the least and if you read and liked the first book you will like this one too as it gets deeper into the characters. Andrea Waltz and Richard Fenton have written a series that is complex, easy to read and a lot of fun.”
– David Watson via Goodreads (Book Two)
“I am absolutely and undoubtedly addicted to this series. It’s freaking amazing. Each book gets further and further in depth of what is going on and where the characters have come from in the most intriguing way I’ve ever seen. With some series, by the time you get to book 3 or 4, if the series is about all the same people for the most part, it can get somewhat boring or repetitive. Definitely NOT the case with Onyx Webb. Each book is unique but thorough in its story line. It’s almost like a big puzzle. We keep getting more and more pieces, but we still can’t see the whole picture. I seriously can’t wait to see how this puzzle turns out. If you haven’t started the Onyx Webb series yet, you really should because you are missing out on a great story.” – Melanie via Fangfreakintastic Reviews (Book Three)
“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.
– Lena May Book Reviews (Book Four)
“The Onyx Webb Series (Book 5) by both Richard Fenton and Andrea Waltz continues to have it all. Suspense, intrigue, and murder as well as romance, ghosts, and revenge…are all inside each and every book. I have fallen in love with the Onyx Webb Series. It’s addictive. Characters such as Onyx, Declan, Koda and many others bring a variety and freshness that readers like myself don’t get when reading any other fictional series.Both Richard Fenton and Andrea Waltz are the best writers when it comes to hooking readers’ attention and entertaining them throughout every page as well as every book. I can’t get enough of what happens next…I loved reading this latest title and look forward to reading more by these writers in the future. Overall, I highly recommend Onyx Webb (Book 5) to readers worldwide. Once you pick this up to read, you will be begging to read more.
– Danielle Urban via Goodreads (Book Five)
“Still absolutely loving this series and still finding it difficult to review because I’m afraid I’ll give something away. It’s a strange feeling with every book I read part of me hopes it’s going to be the last because I desperately want to know what happens, how everything connects and how it all ends up but yet I feel such relief when I know there’s more to come. I also tell myself to read slowly to enjoy the book but I can’t I read as quickly as possible because I need to know where this is going. I keep saying I don’t give 5* easily or often and I don’t but these books are fascinating and would make an amazing TV series.”
– Deborah via Goodreads (Book Six)