Friday, August 1, 2014

Operation Zulu Redemption: Overkill - The Beginning by Ronie Kendig | RE:View

Blood pumping, adrenaline inducing writing that will leave you desperate for the next installment!

Ronie Kendig has done it again! Her serialization, Operation Zulu Redemption, is one wild ride after another. As I've mentioned in previous posts, this work is spread out over 5 weeks drawing you a little further into the story each week.

We're currently at Part 3, Hazardous Duty, but I'm going to start with sharing my review of Overkill - The Beginning.


In this FREE (yep, get your copy now!!!) introduction to the serialization, you will meet some of the key players of Operation Zulu (or OZ for short).

Ronie doesn't even let you catch your breath before you're out the door and part of the wild ride the OZ team is facing. As each character is introduced, a new twist of the plot unfolds until you're completely wrapped up in it.

I won't say much more than that at this point since Overkill introduces the series and I don't want to give anything away. I will say, however, that you'd better get this right away! I'll be reviewing Collateral Damage (part 1) soon and you'll want to be caught up by then.

Operation Zulu Redemption: Overkill - The Beginning
Operation Zulu Redemption: Collateral Damage - Part 1
Operation Zulu Redemption: Out of Nowhere - Part 2
Operation Zulu Redemption: Hazardous Duty - Part 3

Serialization Description 
(from Ronie's website)
They never should’ve existed. Now they don’t.

In the aftermath of their first highly successful op, the first all-female special ops team, known as Zulu, discovered that innocent civilians—women and children—died at their hands. Zulu was set up to take a devastating fall.

Fearing for their lives, the Zulu team vanished. With new identities and spread across the globe, they live in relative but isolated peace—yet still haunted by the past. Terrified of being discovered.

Five years after that horrific night, they begin to hope they might be safe and the tragedy forgotten.

Until two of them are murdered.
I received a free copy of this book for review purposes, but was under no obligation to read the book or post a review. I do so under my own motivation and the opinions I have expressed in this review are honest and entirely my own.

Go deeper...

Check out these character interviews and informative OZ posts by my fellow RFFTF Team members!

Music for the Mission - OZ Playlist

Why Zulu?

Summer Shoot-Out: Vacation with Ronie Kendig & Zulu








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