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Onyx Webb: Book One: Episodes 1, 2 & 3 Paperback – March 17, 2015
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Readers will be taken deep into novel containing many plots that will indeed lead into one another. But, readers will be kept wondering what's next. There's a billionaire, a prodigy, a ghost, and two show hosts all within this unique story. Plus, many other characters who will leave readers with a sense of danger and chills traveling down their spines. Drama within the Onyx Webb novel, is one that will be highly entertaining as the plots unfold. I loved that that this novel was fast-paced, complex, and full of mystique. I could not get enough of this amazing paranormal fiction. Onyx Webb brings together a set of plots from different time periods. Readers will find themselves connecting with each of the characters. Then there's the motivational message that ties up this extraordinary read. I loved reading this, and I know others will too. A little of everything all wrapped into one exciting novel. I highly recommend Onyx Webb and rate it a five out of five stars.
For this unique concept of placing multiple episodes with the same characters the authors give this background: `We did not write this book; not alone, at least. We had an enormous amount of help from a ghostwriter. Her name is Onyx Webb. Joking aside, there were many times when it felt like the series was writing itself, with us simply typing as fast as we could to capture what was being channeled through us. And, at the risk of appearing mentally unbalanced, we can honestly tell you that every character has become a friend. We've eaten our meals with them-- breakfast, lunch and dinner-- for over two years now... We understand what they want, who they love, what they fear and how they've been hurt... They show up in our dreams and tell us things most people would never share with another human being... Even the most evil of our characters have grown on us-- once we got to know them, that is. We don't expect you to understand. Not yet at least. But by the end of the series, you will. In any case, don't pass judgment on any of the characters too soon, for-- as in life--the people we trust most will disappoint us sometimes, while those we expect nothing from will surprise us with their courage and their humanity. To be clear, Onyx Webb is not a single book. Nor is it your standard, three-volume trilogy. Onyx Webb is designed as a nine-book series-- with three episodes in each--to be published over three years.'
And so we stand prepared - or are we? Andrea and Peter have created a `story' that spreads from 1904 to the present and uses Georgia, Missouri, New Orleans, Florida, California London, New York, Nevada and more for its locations. It is the interweaving of the lives of Juniper Cole, Koda Mulvaney and of course Onyx Webb, and the transitions of romance and paranormal transitions to ghost forms. The Book 1 of three episodes defies synopsis, but to offer a sample of their writing skills, read the following excerpt: `My name is Onyx Webb, and I have a story to tell, a number of them actually. But for now I intend to share just one... Mine. Not all of it, mind you, but enough to understand the basics of my life: Where I was born, how I ended up marrying the wrong man, and why he wanted me dead. How I came to live in the old lighthouse on Crimson Cove, and-- of course-- how I ended up being a ghost. The event that changed my life, or, more accurately, ended it, occurred 75 years ago as of this writing. As far as the universe is concerned, three-quarters of a century is a very brief time. I should know. Should I choose, I can literally exist forever. Please notice that I didn't say "live" forever. Living people eat food and drink wine. The living can experience fun and joy and happiness. The living can cry real tears and have human hearts that beat. And they feel love. For a ghost, none of this is possible. To make my existence even worse, there is something I must do... something ugly, something inherently evil. You see, to maintain my existence in the living plane, I must... Kill. I know what you are wondering: if what I must do is so intolerable, why continue? There are two reasons: First, my existence-- as empty and vapid as it may seem-- is the closest thing to life I have, and life is a very hard thing to let go of-- even in death. And then there is the other reason, the oldest reason there is. I have met a man. A man who may finally be "the one," a man who may love me the way a woman should be loved. He is a man who may finally bring me the joy and happiness I have thirsted for. And he knows the truth. He knows that I am not the living woman I had portrayed myself to be. And yet, even with the knowledge, he still professes his love. He says I am everything he's ever wanted, and that I make him feel whole... that he can't live without me. And to prove it, he did something I am forbidden to do for myself. He gathered my bones, long scattered beneath the tall pines these many years, and buried my body. At least, the little that remained. How's that for a demonstration of love? The question now is: Will my cold hands and dead heart be enough for him?Equally as important, will it be enough for me?'
The reader may not always be in alignment with the events or the morphing of the characters, but their isn't a page that doesn't hold our attention. Plug into Book1 - you'll be back.....Grady Harp, April 15