Review: Onxy Webb: Book Two

Onyx Webb: Book Two - Andrea Waltz, Richard Fenton

I received this book to give an honest review.


So I highly recommend that you read book one with episodes 1, 2, and three so you are on track with what is going on.


In book two we have the same characters along with some secondary characters and they are all coming together in some way.

The story is a quick read especially once you start reading and you have limited interruptions the story is steady going and there is not a dull moment at all.

There were two scenes that broke my heart a bit and that was with the catholic priest in Open Arms orphanage and Onxy when her husband was doing the unthinkable.

I am still wondering if Onxy will ever truly learn who she is as she never got to get the answers from the box that her father was to give her when the time was right.

The authors have a wonderful way of keeping you not only engaged with the characters from different time lines but keeping it straight as well especially when you are switching say from the 1930's to the 2000's.


Some characters are going to deal with bad things that come their way and the outcome of what they do determines if they will survive. Some suffer in this.


I think the really cool thing in this story is the fact that we still don't know how Onxy has became a ghost but we read that she is in her journal. It seems that the more we read the more closer we get to finding out how all these characters fit in the web of Onxy. What will their fate be?


I can't wait to read the next book in this series to see where it is going to go, could we learn what happens to Onxy? Will Koda find out who this ghost girl in the mirror is or is he losing his mind?