Beowulf: Explosives Detection Dog by Ronie Kendig

I started reading Ronie Kendig‘s  Quiet Professionals series last week.  It got me thinking of my all-time favorite of her books: Beowulf.  And since Memorial Day is coming up, I thought some military fiction might be in order.  So I decided to re-post my review from February of 2014 because it was such a great book!  This time around, I’ve included links to a couple very good reviews that I hope y’all will check out.  Enjoy! 🙂 Beowulf by Ronie Kendig

 ~ MY REVIEW ~ (from Feb. 2014)

As I put this book away, I can think of only one word to express how I’m feeling right now… Satisfied. Timbrel and Tony have been my favorite characters from this series and I have been looking forward to reading this book for so long! I knew they were going to have some issues to work through and I enjoyed “seeing” them do that. Yes, I got frustrated at them both, but that’s okay. There were some hard parts, several of them, where things got a little discouraging and knowing how it would turn out (I mean, come one! Doesn’t everyone know how this story will end?) was the only thing that kept me reading. But those parts were important and necessary for the characters to be able to grow and to grow closer together. And there were also a lot of good, funny, and sweet parts that I enjoyed very much! Beowulf… What can I say? I want this dog! The more I read about him, the more I loved him. It seemed to me that he sort of played the part of big brother to Timbrel. Being there for her, protecting her, helping her, loving her, giving the other guy in her life a super hard time… 😉 Sometimes, he seemed a bit more like a human than a dog. Usually, I’m disappointed when a series ends. And, after reading the last book in Ronie’s “Discarded Heroes” series, I was almost scared to read this book! But I wasn’t disappointed at all. I was, as I said earlier, very satisfied. I like how this book ended. And I’m sure I’ll be returning to it for a re-read in the future. There is one thing I must say about Ronie Kendig’s writing — It is so vivid that I felt like I was watching this story take place rather than reading it in a book. I could see the things happening and feel the emotions of the characters.  This really helps draw me into the story — it makes it more real to me — and I love that! It’s official: This is my favorite book so far this year! 🙂 I highly recommend the entire A Breed Apart series!

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I cannot contain just how much I LOVED this book!!! The third book in Kendig’s A Breed Apart series,Beowulf: Explosives Detection Dog met and exceeded my expectations!  Read more… ~Emilie @Thinking Thoughts

I have come to count on Ronie Kendig for intense action, fierce romance, realistic characters, and honor to our military through her novels. But Beowulf took my expectations to a new level.  Read more… ~Marji @Faith~Driven Fiction

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Britt is having a giveaway over on her blog, Britt Reads Fiction, for winner’s choice of one book from Ronie Kendig’s Quiet Professionals series —  Click here to check it out and enter!! 🙂

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Ronie Kendig is one of my favorite authors!  Check out her other books!  These are the one’s that I have read and enjoyed…..
Nightshade (Discarded Heroes, #1) Digitalis (Discarded Heroes #2) Wolfsbane (Discarded Heroes #3) Firethorn (Discarded Heroes #4) Trinity: Military War Dog (A Breed Apart, # 1) Talon: Combat Tracking Team (A Breed Apart, #2) Beowulf: Explosives Detection Dog (A Breed Apart, #3) 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 Operation Zulu Redemption: Act of Treason - Part 4 Dead Reckoning Denali Dreams Central Park Rendezvous

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Click HERE to see more review posts on my blog!  🙂

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I'm a 29-year-old Christian homeschool graduate from Oklahoma, USA. I thoroughly enjoy reading, writing, and photography... among other things. ;)
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