Thursday, October 5, 2017
Onyx Webb: Book 10: Episodes 29, 30, 31 & 32
Book Ten is the end of the Onyx Webb saga with the final pieces of the web sewn together.
Onyx Webb is a complex multi-genre mash-up that combines elements of supernatural suspense, crime, horror, romance, and more. The Onyx Webb series follows the unusual life of Onyx Webb along with a central group of characters in various locations and times.
In Book Ten:
-The Mulvaneys deal with aftermath of the Solstice Eclipse Ball.
-Stan Lee and Spider Boy finally meet.
-Readers finally learn the fate of Onyx Webb.
My Review: Holy cow! What can I say about Book 10 that I haven't eluded to in the previous books? It's awesome! It's given me everything I love in a book: love story, suspense, a villain, murder, mystery, ghosts, all rolled into one perfect series! What a journey we've been on with all these characters, and now it's over! Reading that last sentence was hard, but worth it! I really tried to take my time reading this one...well, truth is I finished it in record time. I'm such a sucker for endings!
This was such a fast-paced (to me at least) book because there was a lot of ground to cover. And with it being the final book, Fenton and Waltz did just that. They wrapped it all up so the reader could have closure on all matters. I'm not going to give anything away regarding the stories because I want you to experience it without my take. But I will say I think you'll be pleased. :)
I'm really going to miss this series and all the tangled webs that went along with it. Onyx, thank you for existing in the minds of two very talented authors who brought you to life, and death, so well. And for all the other wonderfully thought-out characters as well that complemented this series in the most perfect way. I'll miss it, but do have my fingers crossed for a sequel of some sort?!
If you haven't read the books leading up to this, get to it!! You're missing out on so much.
Until next time, Onyx-lovers.
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