- Series: Operation Zulu
- Paperback: 528 pages
- Publisher: Shiloh Run Press (July 1, 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1683220641
- ISBN-13: 978-1683220640
- Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 1.5 x 8.4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 53 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #448,313 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Operation Zulu Redemption Paperback – July 1, 2016
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They want answers.
They want redemption.
And they want to live.
Five years ago, six soldiers made American military history as the first all-female Special Forces team, named Zulu. A tragic mistake in Misrata, Libya, leaves twenty-two innocents dead and Zulu fleeing for their lives. Now, a series of deadly attacks leaves two teammates dead and a third in a coma, and the remaining Zulu members are thrust into a fight for answers, for redemption, and for their very lives.
Annie Palermo and Téya Reiker had settled into their hidden identities when their lives are upended and their loved ones attacked. Haunted after Misrata, Nuala King cannot shake the horror of the disastrous mission, the lives lost, or the terrible nightmares. Lieutenant Colonel Trace Weston and his right-hand man, Chief Warrant Officer Boone Ramage, struggle to hold the Zulu remnant together. They must track down who hit the team and deliver justice to the enemy—if former Navy SEAL Sam Caliguari and relentless Army intelligence analyst Lieutenant Francesca Solomon don’t get them all killed first. . . .
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Zulu was given bad intel that led to the six girls having to go under ground and disappearing. Five years after the tragedy though someone is hunting them down again. Annie, Teya, and Nuala are pulled away from the lives they had created to only be pulled back into the nightmare they had tried to forget. Boone and Trace struggle with old feelings and trying to keep the girls safe. But with Frankie Solomon trying to pin the whole mess on Trace is seems that everywhere they turn could be their last.
This book is very fast moving and the longer you read it the more you feel connected to the characters. There are many times you just want to cry for the pain they are suffering and tell them that things will work out. You meet many different characters along the way and even some old friends from previous stories. This is a must read for anyone and I sure hope that Ronie Kendig will be writing more with this group.
The plot is intricate and deep revealing plot twists and turns that will keep you guessing until the very last page. Relevent in its theme, topic, and the new role women have in combat-Ms. Kendig does an excellent job of depicting honest characters who are courageous and steadfast while also revealing the emotional side of their humanity.
Operation Zulu Redemption is a gripping novel that will have you wanting more--no, seriously. This is one of those stories that ends and you verbally lash out, "NOOOOO!" Immediately upon finishing Zulu I begged asked Ms. Kendig to tell me there's more. More of Trace, Teya, Nuala, Boone, Annie and Sam-I just need MORE! Edit: As of publishing this blog Ms. Kendig's response has been classified above my pay grade. Hmphh.
Once these six women were the first female group of highly trained task force operatives. Then after their first operation they were vilified as baby killers.
Good Read. Highly Recommend.
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