Seafire

Seafire

After her family is killed by corrupt warlord Aric Athair and his bloodthirsty army of Bullets, Caledonia Styx is left to chart her own course on the dangerous and deadly seas. She captains her ship, the Mors Navis, with a crew of girls and women just like her, who have lost their families and homes because of Aric and his men. The crew has one mission: stay alive, and tak After her family is killed by corrupt warlord Aric Athair and his bloodthirsty army of Bullets, Caledonia Styx is left to...

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Title:Seafire
Author:Natalie C. Parker
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Genres:Fantasy
ISBN:Seafire
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:374 pages pages

Seafire Reviews

  • Lilly (Lair Of Books)
    Aug 08, 2018

    This is the feminist pirate story that I?ve been waiting for all my life, with badass women who promote sisterhood and fight with each and every muscle of their bodies! Do you even know how hard it is to find a good pirate story without ridiculousness, misogynistic pirates who th...

    ARC provided by Penguin in exchange for an honest review. ?Never underestimate the girls of this world? And the award for best prologue of 2018 goes to Seafire! Seriously this prologue was beyond words amazing. It not only made me feel every single emotion under the sun, ...

    this cover is even more beautiful in person than it is on paper oh my god ?Arc received from the publisher via my local bookstore for an honest review. [ releases: August 2018.] ...

    Is 2018 going to be the year of pirate books? Because you would not hear me complaining nope not me no way ...

    pirates? It's a yes from me. ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription DNF @33% Actual Rating: 1.5 stars ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? ? Currently there are only 6 people who rated this 1 star and I am one of those people! I feel bad about it b...

    4 1/2 I really enjoyed this! More so than I thought I would, honestly!! It has awesome, female pirates who root for each other and not tear each other down! I thought the plot moved along nicely as well. The only thing I didn't love was the romance, I thought this book could have...

    Something that not everyone may know is that I have a huge pirate fetish, always have and always will. When seeing Seafire by Natalie C. Parker the first time I knew this was a must read, a whole trilogy of bad@ss female pirates?? I couldn?t get a copy fast enough and thankfully I di...

    "Never underestimate the girls of this world." I mean, it is a girls-only pirate ship. The level of badassery is sky-high. Of course, I wanted to read it. Seafire was a thrilling and highly suspenseful novel. The sea is ruled by Aric Athair, a ruthless man who takes children from...

    "Follows the captain of an all-female ship intent on taking down a corrupt warlord's powerful fleet" OMG YES. ...

    RELEASED TODAY!!! **ARC provided by Penguin Teen and Razorbill for my honest review!** (PS, took the coding from my blog since I posted there first and that's why it looks so much different than usual) ?Take your ship, take your crew, and prove to that man that he has not ...

    "Remember, when they call you girl, they're trying to tell you something. They're trying to tell you that they're more than you, that the body you're in makes you less. But you know, and I know, that you're exactly what you need to be." WHAT TO EXPECT FROM SEAFIRE ? AN EPIC ...

    Writing is great, but I think pirate books just aren?t my thing. I haven?t found one I truly like yet. But there are some pirate movies out there I love! Also I know a lot of people like the girl power of the ship, but I actually wish there was a combo of women and men together, eq...

    Honestly, the only disappointing part of this book was the fact that I expected so much more gayness. (There is a sapphic side couple, though!) And I love it. (I thought this would be a sapphic pirate book though.) Also look at me finally writing a review on Goodreads!! Is this a miles...

    actual rating 3.5 stars I am very picky when it comes to pirate books but I think overall I enjoyed this. It checked off a lot of things I love in books ?all-female crew ?found families ?seeking revenge ?strong friendships It wasn't romance heavy which I liked for a c...

    Rating ~4.5 ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? It?s been a long time since I liked a book enough to finish it in a day. But well, here we are! The book starts off with a prologue that really sets the tone. It is a tale of family, friendship, loyalty, b...

    I?ve known for months now that there weren?t going to be that many gay pirates but........still disappointed tbh but good book!! so fiercely feminist and focused on sisterhood and features the found family trope (my favorite ever) and I really enjoyed it!!! even without the gay ...

    ARC provided by Penguin/Razorbill in exchange for an honest review Once I heard about a book with an entire female pirate crew, I was immediately intrigued. And it totally surprised me ? in a good way! Seafire was filled with such a good mix of action, sisterhood, and lovable char...

    "Never underestimate the girls of this world." and never underestimate how much an anticipated book can disappoint you ...

    listen. I doubt there would ever be a time I don't want to read about sapphic pirates ye boy sign me up ...

    My beautiful, badass, rebel pirate babes <3 ...

    ?On the back of the sea, who do we trust? Our Sisters. When our ship falters, who do we trust? Our sisters. In a storms of Bullets, who do we trust? Our sisters! We fight together! Or not at all! Found families, pirates, and an all female crew. What is not to love about this int...

    ARC sent by the publisher in exchange for an honest review Buddy Read: Melanie & Amy FULL REVIEW MAY ALSO BE VIEWED ON LAIR OF BOOKS PLOT ?Loss is inevitable. Some losses will be harder than others. So remember this: Never risk more than you?re willing to lose? ...

  • Melanie
    Aug 08, 2018

    This is the feminist pirate story that I?ve been waiting for all my life, with badass women who promote sisterhood and fight with each and every muscle of their bodies! Do you even know how hard it is to find a good pirate story without ridiculousness, misogynistic pirates who th...

    ARC provided by Penguin in exchange for an honest review. ?Never underestimate the girls of this world? And the award for best prologue of 2018 goes to Seafire! Seriously this prologue was beyond words amazing. It not only made me feel every single emotion under the sun, ...

  • Cindy ✩☽ Savage Queen ♔
    Feb 27, 2018

    This is the feminist pirate story that I?ve been waiting for all my life, with badass women who promote sisterhood and fight with each and every muscle of their bodies! Do you even know how hard it is to find a good pirate story without ridiculousness, misogynistic pirates who th...

    ARC provided by Penguin in exchange for an honest review. ?Never underestimate the girls of this world? And the award for best prologue of 2018 goes to Seafire! Seriously this prologue was beyond words amazing. It not only made me feel every single emotion under the sun, ...

    this cover is even more beautiful in person than it is on paper oh my god ?Arc received from the publisher via my local bookstore for an honest review. [ releases: August 2018.] ...

    Is 2018 going to be the year of pirate books? Because you would not hear me complaining nope not me no way ...

    pirates? It's a yes from me. ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription DNF @33% Actual Rating: 1.5 stars ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? ? Currently there are only 6 people who rated this 1 star and I am one of those people! I feel bad about it b...

    4 1/2 I really enjoyed this! More so than I thought I would, honestly!! It has awesome, female pirates who root for each other and not tear each other down! I thought the plot moved along nicely as well. The only thing I didn't love was the romance, I thought this book could have...

    Something that not everyone may know is that I have a huge pirate fetish, always have and always will. When seeing Seafire by Natalie C. Parker the first time I knew this was a must read, a whole trilogy of bad@ss female pirates?? I couldn?t get a copy fast enough and thankfully I di...

    "Never underestimate the girls of this world." I mean, it is a girls-only pirate ship. The level of badassery is sky-high. Of course, I wanted to read it. Seafire was a thrilling and highly suspenseful novel. The sea is ruled by Aric Athair, a ruthless man who takes children from...

    "Follows the captain of an all-female ship intent on taking down a corrupt warlord's powerful fleet" OMG YES. ...

    RELEASED TODAY!!! **ARC provided by Penguin Teen and Razorbill for my honest review!** (PS, took the coding from my blog since I posted there first and that's why it looks so much different than usual) ?Take your ship, take your crew, and prove to that man that he has not ...

    "Remember, when they call you girl, they're trying to tell you something. They're trying to tell you that they're more than you, that the body you're in makes you less. But you know, and I know, that you're exactly what you need to be." WHAT TO EXPECT FROM SEAFIRE ? AN EPIC ...

    Writing is great, but I think pirate books just aren?t my thing. I haven?t found one I truly like yet. But there are some pirate movies out there I love! Also I know a lot of people like the girl power of the ship, but I actually wish there was a combo of women and men together, eq...

    Honestly, the only disappointing part of this book was the fact that I expected so much more gayness. (There is a sapphic side couple, though!) And I love it. (I thought this would be a sapphic pirate book though.) Also look at me finally writing a review on Goodreads!! Is this a miles...

    actual rating 3.5 stars I am very picky when it comes to pirate books but I think overall I enjoyed this. It checked off a lot of things I love in books ?all-female crew ?found families ?seeking revenge ?strong friendships It wasn't romance heavy which I liked for a c...

    Rating ~4.5 ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? It?s been a long time since I liked a book enough to finish it in a day. But well, here we are! The book starts off with a prologue that really sets the tone. It is a tale of family, friendship, loyalty, b...

  • Lisa
    May 28, 2018

    This is the feminist pirate story that I?ve been waiting for all my life, with badass women who promote sisterhood and fight with each and every muscle of their bodies! Do you even know how hard it is to find a good pirate story without ridiculousness, misogynistic pirates who th...

    ARC provided by Penguin in exchange for an honest review. ?Never underestimate the girls of this world? And the award for best prologue of 2018 goes to Seafire! Seriously this prologue was beyond words amazing. It not only made me feel every single emotion under the sun, ...

    this cover is even more beautiful in person than it is on paper oh my god ?Arc received from the publisher via my local bookstore for an honest review. [ releases: August 2018.] ...

    Is 2018 going to be the year of pirate books? Because you would not hear me complaining nope not me no way ...

    pirates? It's a yes from me. ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription DNF @33% Actual Rating: 1.5 stars ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? ? Currently there are only 6 people who rated this 1 star and I am one of those people! I feel bad about it b...

    4 1/2 I really enjoyed this! More so than I thought I would, honestly!! It has awesome, female pirates who root for each other and not tear each other down! I thought the plot moved along nicely as well. The only thing I didn't love was the romance, I thought this book could have...

    Something that not everyone may know is that I have a huge pirate fetish, always have and always will. When seeing Seafire by Natalie C. Parker the first time I knew this was a must read, a whole trilogy of bad@ss female pirates?? I couldn?t get a copy fast enough and thankfully I di...

    "Never underestimate the girls of this world." I mean, it is a girls-only pirate ship. The level of badassery is sky-high. Of course, I wanted to read it. Seafire was a thrilling and highly suspenseful novel. The sea is ruled by Aric Athair, a ruthless man who takes children from...

    "Follows the captain of an all-female ship intent on taking down a corrupt warlord's powerful fleet" OMG YES. ...

    RELEASED TODAY!!! **ARC provided by Penguin Teen and Razorbill for my honest review!** (PS, took the coding from my blog since I posted there first and that's why it looks so much different than usual) ?Take your ship, take your crew, and prove to that man that he has not ...

    "Remember, when they call you girl, they're trying to tell you something. They're trying to tell you that they're more than you, that the body you're in makes you less. But you know, and I know, that you're exactly what you need to be." WHAT TO EXPECT FROM SEAFIRE ? AN EPIC ...

    Writing is great, but I think pirate books just aren?t my thing. I haven?t found one I truly like yet. But there are some pirate movies out there I love! Also I know a lot of people like the girl power of the ship, but I actually wish there was a combo of women and men together, eq...

    Honestly, the only disappointing part of this book was the fact that I expected so much more gayness. (There is a sapphic side couple, though!) And I love it. (I thought this would be a sapphic pirate book though.) Also look at me finally writing a review on Goodreads!! Is this a miles...

    actual rating 3.5 stars I am very picky when it comes to pirate books but I think overall I enjoyed this. It checked off a lot of things I love in books ?all-female crew ?found families ?seeking revenge ?strong friendships It wasn't romance heavy which I liked for a c...

    Rating ~4.5 ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? It?s been a long time since I liked a book enough to finish it in a day. But well, here we are! The book starts off with a prologue that really sets the tone. It is a tale of family, friendship, loyalty, b...

    I?ve known for months now that there weren?t going to be that many gay pirates but........still disappointed tbh but good book!! so fiercely feminist and focused on sisterhood and features the found family trope (my favorite ever) and I really enjoyed it!!! even without the gay ...

    ARC provided by Penguin/Razorbill in exchange for an honest review Once I heard about a book with an entire female pirate crew, I was immediately intrigued. And it totally surprised me ? in a good way! Seafire was filled with such a good mix of action, sisterhood, and lovable char...

    "Never underestimate the girls of this world." and never underestimate how much an anticipated book can disappoint you ...

    listen. I doubt there would ever be a time I don't want to read about sapphic pirates ye boy sign me up ...

    My beautiful, badass, rebel pirate babes <3 ...

    ?On the back of the sea, who do we trust? Our Sisters. When our ship falters, who do we trust? Our sisters. In a storms of Bullets, who do we trust? Our sisters! We fight together! Or not at all! Found families, pirates, and an all female crew. What is not to love about this int...

    ARC sent by the publisher in exchange for an honest review Buddy Read: Melanie & Amy FULL REVIEW MAY ALSO BE VIEWED ON LAIR OF BOOKS PLOT ?Loss is inevitable. Some losses will be harder than others. So remember this: Never risk more than you?re willing to lose? ...

    My mind is utterly blown This advance copy has been sitting on my shelves for 3 months now and I was a bit hesitant to pick it up. But I swear from the very first sentence I was hooked, jumped on board this thrilling , pirates filled adventure and I never wanted to abandon ship. T...

    every new sapphic book abt pirates adds 7 years to my lesbian life span,,,, my goal is to become immortal this year ...

    Review copy provided by the publisher via Penguin?s First to Read Seafire was absolutely riveting and is the pirate sisterhood story I?ve been wanting! This is a fascinating first novel in a series with a strong world and nicely fleshed out characters to accompany it. Caledon...

    "All-female ship" :) Okay but do we know if this is actually sapphic or ...

    Seafire is totally awesome and the plot is superb. If you've not yet read it; I urge you to do so. The novel is worth your time. ...

    4/5 stars Book #1 finished for the Booktubeathon While I was excited to get into this book I think I had my expectations way too high and was left a little disappointed at this story (not that it's a bad story it is FAR from being bad). It has so many factors I love like the acti...

    Wow, what a ride! This crew of fierce ladies is what I've been wanting in a sea adventure! The friendships, the stakes and the twists were all so satisfying and well-told. I'm DESPERATE for more with that ending. What are you doing to me, Natalie C. Parker?! A must-read fantasy ...

  • Zoraida
    Apr 21, 2018

    This is the feminist pirate story that I?ve been waiting for all my life, with badass women who promote sisterhood and fight with each and every muscle of their bodies! Do you even know how hard it is to find a good pirate story without ridiculousness, misogynistic pirates who th...

    ARC provided by Penguin in exchange for an honest review. ?Never underestimate the girls of this world? And the award for best prologue of 2018 goes to Seafire! Seriously this prologue was beyond words amazing. It not only made me feel every single emotion under the sun, ...

    this cover is even more beautiful in person than it is on paper oh my god ?Arc received from the publisher via my local bookstore for an honest review. [ releases: August 2018.] ...

    Is 2018 going to be the year of pirate books? Because you would not hear me complaining nope not me no way ...

    pirates? It's a yes from me. ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription DNF @33% Actual Rating: 1.5 stars ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? ? Currently there are only 6 people who rated this 1 star and I am one of those people! I feel bad about it b...

    4 1/2 I really enjoyed this! More so than I thought I would, honestly!! It has awesome, female pirates who root for each other and not tear each other down! I thought the plot moved along nicely as well. The only thing I didn't love was the romance, I thought this book could have...

    Something that not everyone may know is that I have a huge pirate fetish, always have and always will. When seeing Seafire by Natalie C. Parker the first time I knew this was a must read, a whole trilogy of bad@ss female pirates?? I couldn?t get a copy fast enough and thankfully I di...

    "Never underestimate the girls of this world." I mean, it is a girls-only pirate ship. The level of badassery is sky-high. Of course, I wanted to read it. Seafire was a thrilling and highly suspenseful novel. The sea is ruled by Aric Athair, a ruthless man who takes children from...

    "Follows the captain of an all-female ship intent on taking down a corrupt warlord's powerful fleet" OMG YES. ...

    RELEASED TODAY!!! **ARC provided by Penguin Teen and Razorbill for my honest review!** (PS, took the coding from my blog since I posted there first and that's why it looks so much different than usual) ?Take your ship, take your crew, and prove to that man that he has not ...

    "Remember, when they call you girl, they're trying to tell you something. They're trying to tell you that they're more than you, that the body you're in makes you less. But you know, and I know, that you're exactly what you need to be." WHAT TO EXPECT FROM SEAFIRE ? AN EPIC ...

    Writing is great, but I think pirate books just aren?t my thing. I haven?t found one I truly like yet. But there are some pirate movies out there I love! Also I know a lot of people like the girl power of the ship, but I actually wish there was a combo of women and men together, eq...

    Honestly, the only disappointing part of this book was the fact that I expected so much more gayness. (There is a sapphic side couple, though!) And I love it. (I thought this would be a sapphic pirate book though.) Also look at me finally writing a review on Goodreads!! Is this a miles...

    actual rating 3.5 stars I am very picky when it comes to pirate books but I think overall I enjoyed this. It checked off a lot of things I love in books ?all-female crew ?found families ?seeking revenge ?strong friendships It wasn't romance heavy which I liked for a c...

    Rating ~4.5 ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? It?s been a long time since I liked a book enough to finish it in a day. But well, here we are! The book starts off with a prologue that really sets the tone. It is a tale of family, friendship, loyalty, b...

    I?ve known for months now that there weren?t going to be that many gay pirates but........still disappointed tbh but good book!! so fiercely feminist and focused on sisterhood and features the found family trope (my favorite ever) and I really enjoyed it!!! even without the gay ...

    ARC provided by Penguin/Razorbill in exchange for an honest review Once I heard about a book with an entire female pirate crew, I was immediately intrigued. And it totally surprised me ? in a good way! Seafire was filled with such a good mix of action, sisterhood, and lovable char...

    "Never underestimate the girls of this world." and never underestimate how much an anticipated book can disappoint you ...

    listen. I doubt there would ever be a time I don't want to read about sapphic pirates ye boy sign me up ...

    My beautiful, badass, rebel pirate babes <3 ...

  • Heather 'Bookables'
    Sep 12, 2018

    This is the feminist pirate story that I?ve been waiting for all my life, with badass women who promote sisterhood and fight with each and every muscle of their bodies! Do you even know how hard it is to find a good pirate story without ridiculousness, misogynistic pirates who th...

    ARC provided by Penguin in exchange for an honest review. ?Never underestimate the girls of this world? And the award for best prologue of 2018 goes to Seafire! Seriously this prologue was beyond words amazing. It not only made me feel every single emotion under the sun, ...

    this cover is even more beautiful in person than it is on paper oh my god ?Arc received from the publisher via my local bookstore for an honest review. [ releases: August 2018.] ...

    Is 2018 going to be the year of pirate books? Because you would not hear me complaining nope not me no way ...

    pirates? It's a yes from me. ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription DNF @33% Actual Rating: 1.5 stars ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? ? Currently there are only 6 people who rated this 1 star and I am one of those people! I feel bad about it b...

    4 1/2 I really enjoyed this! More so than I thought I would, honestly!! It has awesome, female pirates who root for each other and not tear each other down! I thought the plot moved along nicely as well. The only thing I didn't love was the romance, I thought this book could have...

  • Aimee ♥ | Aimee, Always
    Aug 13, 2018

    This is the feminist pirate story that I?ve been waiting for all my life, with badass women who promote sisterhood and fight with each and every muscle of their bodies! Do you even know how hard it is to find a good pirate story without ridiculousness, misogynistic pirates who th...

    ARC provided by Penguin in exchange for an honest review. ?Never underestimate the girls of this world? And the award for best prologue of 2018 goes to Seafire! Seriously this prologue was beyond words amazing. It not only made me feel every single emotion under the sun, ...

    this cover is even more beautiful in person than it is on paper oh my god ?Arc received from the publisher via my local bookstore for an honest review. [ releases: August 2018.] ...

    Is 2018 going to be the year of pirate books? Because you would not hear me complaining nope not me no way ...

    pirates? It's a yes from me. ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription DNF @33% Actual Rating: 1.5 stars ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? ? Currently there are only 6 people who rated this 1 star and I am one of those people! I feel bad about it b...

    4 1/2 I really enjoyed this! More so than I thought I would, honestly!! It has awesome, female pirates who root for each other and not tear each other down! I thought the plot moved along nicely as well. The only thing I didn't love was the romance, I thought this book could have...

    Something that not everyone may know is that I have a huge pirate fetish, always have and always will. When seeing Seafire by Natalie C. Parker the first time I knew this was a must read, a whole trilogy of bad@ss female pirates?? I couldn?t get a copy fast enough and thankfully I di...

    "Never underestimate the girls of this world." I mean, it is a girls-only pirate ship. The level of badassery is sky-high. Of course, I wanted to read it. Seafire was a thrilling and highly suspenseful novel. The sea is ruled by Aric Athair, a ruthless man who takes children from...

    "Follows the captain of an all-female ship intent on taking down a corrupt warlord's powerful fleet" OMG YES. ...

    RELEASED TODAY!!! **ARC provided by Penguin Teen and Razorbill for my honest review!** (PS, took the coding from my blog since I posted there first and that's why it looks so much different than usual) ?Take your ship, take your crew, and prove to that man that he has not ...

    "Remember, when they call you girl, they're trying to tell you something. They're trying to tell you that they're more than you, that the body you're in makes you less. But you know, and I know, that you're exactly what you need to be." WHAT TO EXPECT FROM SEAFIRE ? AN EPIC ...

  • ✨    jamieson   ✨
    Sep 26, 2017

    This is the feminist pirate story that I?ve been waiting for all my life, with badass women who promote sisterhood and fight with each and every muscle of their bodies! Do you even know how hard it is to find a good pirate story without ridiculousness, misogynistic pirates who th...

    ARC provided by Penguin in exchange for an honest review. ?Never underestimate the girls of this world? And the award for best prologue of 2018 goes to Seafire! Seriously this prologue was beyond words amazing. It not only made me feel every single emotion under the sun, ...

    this cover is even more beautiful in person than it is on paper oh my god ?Arc received from the publisher via my local bookstore for an honest review. [ releases: August 2018.] ...

    Is 2018 going to be the year of pirate books? Because you would not hear me complaining nope not me no way ...

    pirates? It's a yes from me. ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription DNF @33% Actual Rating: 1.5 stars ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? ? Currently there are only 6 people who rated this 1 star and I am one of those people! I feel bad about it b...

    4 1/2 I really enjoyed this! More so than I thought I would, honestly!! It has awesome, female pirates who root for each other and not tear each other down! I thought the plot moved along nicely as well. The only thing I didn't love was the romance, I thought this book could have...

    Something that not everyone may know is that I have a huge pirate fetish, always have and always will. When seeing Seafire by Natalie C. Parker the first time I knew this was a must read, a whole trilogy of bad@ss female pirates?? I couldn?t get a copy fast enough and thankfully I di...

    "Never underestimate the girls of this world." I mean, it is a girls-only pirate ship. The level of badassery is sky-high. Of course, I wanted to read it. Seafire was a thrilling and highly suspenseful novel. The sea is ruled by Aric Athair, a ruthless man who takes children from...

    "Follows the captain of an all-female ship intent on taking down a corrupt warlord's powerful fleet" OMG YES. ...

    RELEASED TODAY!!! **ARC provided by Penguin Teen and Razorbill for my honest review!** (PS, took the coding from my blog since I posted there first and that's why it looks so much different than usual) ?Take your ship, take your crew, and prove to that man that he has not ...

    "Remember, when they call you girl, they're trying to tell you something. They're trying to tell you that they're more than you, that the body you're in makes you less. But you know, and I know, that you're exactly what you need to be." WHAT TO EXPECT FROM SEAFIRE ? AN EPIC ...

    Writing is great, but I think pirate books just aren?t my thing. I haven?t found one I truly like yet. But there are some pirate movies out there I love! Also I know a lot of people like the girl power of the ship, but I actually wish there was a combo of women and men together, eq...

    Honestly, the only disappointing part of this book was the fact that I expected so much more gayness. (There is a sapphic side couple, though!) And I love it. (I thought this would be a sapphic pirate book though.) Also look at me finally writing a review on Goodreads!! Is this a miles...

    actual rating 3.5 stars I am very picky when it comes to pirate books but I think overall I enjoyed this. It checked off a lot of things I love in books ?all-female crew ?found families ?seeking revenge ?strong friendships It wasn't romance heavy which I liked for a c...

    Rating ~4.5 ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? It?s been a long time since I liked a book enough to finish it in a day. But well, here we are! The book starts off with a prologue that really sets the tone. It is a tale of family, friendship, loyalty, b...

    I?ve known for months now that there weren?t going to be that many gay pirates but........still disappointed tbh but good book!! so fiercely feminist and focused on sisterhood and features the found family trope (my favorite ever) and I really enjoyed it!!! even without the gay ...

    ARC provided by Penguin/Razorbill in exchange for an honest review Once I heard about a book with an entire female pirate crew, I was immediately intrigued. And it totally surprised me ? in a good way! Seafire was filled with such a good mix of action, sisterhood, and lovable char...

    "Never underestimate the girls of this world." and never underestimate how much an anticipated book can disappoint you ...

    listen. I doubt there would ever be a time I don't want to read about sapphic pirates ye boy sign me up ...

  • Ashlee » Library In The Country
    Aug 17, 2018

    This is the feminist pirate story that I?ve been waiting for all my life, with badass women who promote sisterhood and fight with each and every muscle of their bodies! Do you even know how hard it is to find a good pirate story without ridiculousness, misogynistic pirates who th...

    ARC provided by Penguin in exchange for an honest review. ?Never underestimate the girls of this world? And the award for best prologue of 2018 goes to Seafire! Seriously this prologue was beyond words amazing. It not only made me feel every single emotion under the sun, ...

    this cover is even more beautiful in person than it is on paper oh my god ?Arc received from the publisher via my local bookstore for an honest review. [ releases: August 2018.] ...

    Is 2018 going to be the year of pirate books? Because you would not hear me complaining nope not me no way ...

    pirates? It's a yes from me. ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription DNF @33% Actual Rating: 1.5 stars ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? ? Currently there are only 6 people who rated this 1 star and I am one of those people! I feel bad about it b...

    4 1/2 I really enjoyed this! More so than I thought I would, honestly!! It has awesome, female pirates who root for each other and not tear each other down! I thought the plot moved along nicely as well. The only thing I didn't love was the romance, I thought this book could have...

    Something that not everyone may know is that I have a huge pirate fetish, always have and always will. When seeing Seafire by Natalie C. Parker the first time I knew this was a must read, a whole trilogy of bad@ss female pirates?? I couldn?t get a copy fast enough and thankfully I di...

    "Never underestimate the girls of this world." I mean, it is a girls-only pirate ship. The level of badassery is sky-high. Of course, I wanted to read it. Seafire was a thrilling and highly suspenseful novel. The sea is ruled by Aric Athair, a ruthless man who takes children from...

    "Follows the captain of an all-female ship intent on taking down a corrupt warlord's powerful fleet" OMG YES. ...

    RELEASED TODAY!!! **ARC provided by Penguin Teen and Razorbill for my honest review!** (PS, took the coding from my blog since I posted there first and that's why it looks so much different than usual) ?Take your ship, take your crew, and prove to that man that he has not ...

    "Remember, when they call you girl, they're trying to tell you something. They're trying to tell you that they're more than you, that the body you're in makes you less. But you know, and I know, that you're exactly what you need to be." WHAT TO EXPECT FROM SEAFIRE ? AN EPIC ...

    Writing is great, but I think pirate books just aren?t my thing. I haven?t found one I truly like yet. But there are some pirate movies out there I love! Also I know a lot of people like the girl power of the ship, but I actually wish there was a combo of women and men together, eq...

    Honestly, the only disappointing part of this book was the fact that I expected so much more gayness. (There is a sapphic side couple, though!) And I love it. (I thought this would be a sapphic pirate book though.) Also look at me finally writing a review on Goodreads!! Is this a miles...

    actual rating 3.5 stars I am very picky when it comes to pirate books but I think overall I enjoyed this. It checked off a lot of things I love in books ?all-female crew ?found families ?seeking revenge ?strong friendships It wasn't romance heavy which I liked for a c...

    Rating ~4.5 ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? It?s been a long time since I liked a book enough to finish it in a day. But well, here we are! The book starts off with a prologue that really sets the tone. It is a tale of family, friendship, loyalty, b...

    I?ve known for months now that there weren?t going to be that many gay pirates but........still disappointed tbh but good book!! so fiercely feminist and focused on sisterhood and features the found family trope (my favorite ever) and I really enjoyed it!!! even without the gay ...

    ARC provided by Penguin/Razorbill in exchange for an honest review Once I heard about a book with an entire female pirate crew, I was immediately intrigued. And it totally surprised me ? in a good way! Seafire was filled with such a good mix of action, sisterhood, and lovable char...

    "Never underestimate the girls of this world." and never underestimate how much an anticipated book can disappoint you ...

    listen. I doubt there would ever be a time I don't want to read about sapphic pirates ye boy sign me up ...

    My beautiful, badass, rebel pirate babes <3 ...

    ?On the back of the sea, who do we trust? Our Sisters. When our ship falters, who do we trust? Our sisters. In a storms of Bullets, who do we trust? Our sisters! We fight together! Or not at all! Found families, pirates, and an all female crew. What is not to love about this int...

    ARC sent by the publisher in exchange for an honest review Buddy Read: Melanie & Amy FULL REVIEW MAY ALSO BE VIEWED ON LAIR OF BOOKS PLOT ?Loss is inevitable. Some losses will be harder than others. So remember this: Never risk more than you?re willing to lose? ...

    My mind is utterly blown This advance copy has been sitting on my shelves for 3 months now and I was a bit hesitant to pick it up. But I swear from the very first sentence I was hooked, jumped on board this thrilling , pirates filled adventure and I never wanted to abandon ship. T...

    every new sapphic book abt pirates adds 7 years to my lesbian life span,,,, my goal is to become immortal this year ...

    Review copy provided by the publisher via Penguin?s First to Read Seafire was absolutely riveting and is the pirate sisterhood story I?ve been wanting! This is a fascinating first novel in a series with a strong world and nicely fleshed out characters to accompany it. Caledon...

  • Chelsea ❤Peril Please❤
    Aug 06, 2018

    This is the feminist pirate story that I?ve been waiting for all my life, with badass women who promote sisterhood and fight with each and every muscle of their bodies! Do you even know how hard it is to find a good pirate story without ridiculousness, misogynistic pirates who th...

    ARC provided by Penguin in exchange for an honest review. ?Never underestimate the girls of this world? And the award for best prologue of 2018 goes to Seafire! Seriously this prologue was beyond words amazing. It not only made me feel every single emotion under the sun, ...

    this cover is even more beautiful in person than it is on paper oh my god ?Arc received from the publisher via my local bookstore for an honest review. [ releases: August 2018.] ...

    Is 2018 going to be the year of pirate books? Because you would not hear me complaining nope not me no way ...

    pirates? It's a yes from me. ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription DNF @33% Actual Rating: 1.5 stars ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? ? Currently there are only 6 people who rated this 1 star and I am one of those people! I feel bad about it b...

    4 1/2 I really enjoyed this! More so than I thought I would, honestly!! It has awesome, female pirates who root for each other and not tear each other down! I thought the plot moved along nicely as well. The only thing I didn't love was the romance, I thought this book could have...

    Something that not everyone may know is that I have a huge pirate fetish, always have and always will. When seeing Seafire by Natalie C. Parker the first time I knew this was a must read, a whole trilogy of bad@ss female pirates?? I couldn?t get a copy fast enough and thankfully I di...

    "Never underestimate the girls of this world." I mean, it is a girls-only pirate ship. The level of badassery is sky-high. Of course, I wanted to read it. Seafire was a thrilling and highly suspenseful novel. The sea is ruled by Aric Athair, a ruthless man who takes children from...

    "Follows the captain of an all-female ship intent on taking down a corrupt warlord's powerful fleet" OMG YES. ...

    RELEASED TODAY!!! **ARC provided by Penguin Teen and Razorbill for my honest review!** (PS, took the coding from my blog since I posted there first and that's why it looks so much different than usual) ?Take your ship, take your crew, and prove to that man that he has not ...

  • anna (readingpeaches)
    Sep 26, 2017

    This is the feminist pirate story that I?ve been waiting for all my life, with badass women who promote sisterhood and fight with each and every muscle of their bodies! Do you even know how hard it is to find a good pirate story without ridiculousness, misogynistic pirates who th...

    ARC provided by Penguin in exchange for an honest review. ?Never underestimate the girls of this world? And the award for best prologue of 2018 goes to Seafire! Seriously this prologue was beyond words amazing. It not only made me feel every single emotion under the sun, ...

    this cover is even more beautiful in person than it is on paper oh my god ?Arc received from the publisher via my local bookstore for an honest review. [ releases: August 2018.] ...

    Is 2018 going to be the year of pirate books? Because you would not hear me complaining nope not me no way ...

    pirates? It's a yes from me. ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription DNF @33% Actual Rating: 1.5 stars ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? ? Currently there are only 6 people who rated this 1 star and I am one of those people! I feel bad about it b...

    4 1/2 I really enjoyed this! More so than I thought I would, honestly!! It has awesome, female pirates who root for each other and not tear each other down! I thought the plot moved along nicely as well. The only thing I didn't love was the romance, I thought this book could have...

    Something that not everyone may know is that I have a huge pirate fetish, always have and always will. When seeing Seafire by Natalie C. Parker the first time I knew this was a must read, a whole trilogy of bad@ss female pirates?? I couldn?t get a copy fast enough and thankfully I di...

    "Never underestimate the girls of this world." I mean, it is a girls-only pirate ship. The level of badassery is sky-high. Of course, I wanted to read it. Seafire was a thrilling and highly suspenseful novel. The sea is ruled by Aric Athair, a ruthless man who takes children from...

    "Follows the captain of an all-female ship intent on taking down a corrupt warlord's powerful fleet" OMG YES. ...

    RELEASED TODAY!!! **ARC provided by Penguin Teen and Razorbill for my honest review!** (PS, took the coding from my blog since I posted there first and that's why it looks so much different than usual) ?Take your ship, take your crew, and prove to that man that he has not ...

    "Remember, when they call you girl, they're trying to tell you something. They're trying to tell you that they're more than you, that the body you're in makes you less. But you know, and I know, that you're exactly what you need to be." WHAT TO EXPECT FROM SEAFIRE ? AN EPIC ...

    Writing is great, but I think pirate books just aren?t my thing. I haven?t found one I truly like yet. But there are some pirate movies out there I love! Also I know a lot of people like the girl power of the ship, but I actually wish there was a combo of women and men together, eq...

    Honestly, the only disappointing part of this book was the fact that I expected so much more gayness. (There is a sapphic side couple, though!) And I love it. (I thought this would be a sapphic pirate book though.) Also look at me finally writing a review on Goodreads!! Is this a miles...

    actual rating 3.5 stars I am very picky when it comes to pirate books but I think overall I enjoyed this. It checked off a lot of things I love in books ?all-female crew ?found families ?seeking revenge ?strong friendships It wasn't romance heavy which I liked for a c...

    Rating ~4.5 ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? It?s been a long time since I liked a book enough to finish it in a day. But well, here we are! The book starts off with a prologue that really sets the tone. It is a tale of family, friendship, loyalty, b...

    I?ve known for months now that there weren?t going to be that many gay pirates but........still disappointed tbh but good book!! so fiercely feminist and focused on sisterhood and features the found family trope (my favorite ever) and I really enjoyed it!!! even without the gay ...

    ARC provided by Penguin/Razorbill in exchange for an honest review Once I heard about a book with an entire female pirate crew, I was immediately intrigued. And it totally surprised me ? in a good way! Seafire was filled with such a good mix of action, sisterhood, and lovable char...

    "Never underestimate the girls of this world." and never underestimate how much an anticipated book can disappoint you ...

    listen. I doubt there would ever be a time I don't want to read about sapphic pirates ye boy sign me up ...

    My beautiful, badass, rebel pirate babes <3 ...

    ?On the back of the sea, who do we trust? Our Sisters. When our ship falters, who do we trust? Our sisters. In a storms of Bullets, who do we trust? Our sisters! We fight together! Or not at all! Found families, pirates, and an all female crew. What is not to love about this int...

    ARC sent by the publisher in exchange for an honest review Buddy Read: Melanie & Amy FULL REVIEW MAY ALSO BE VIEWED ON LAIR OF BOOKS PLOT ?Loss is inevitable. Some losses will be harder than others. So remember this: Never risk more than you?re willing to lose? ...

    My mind is utterly blown This advance copy has been sitting on my shelves for 3 months now and I was a bit hesitant to pick it up. But I swear from the very first sentence I was hooked, jumped on board this thrilling , pirates filled adventure and I never wanted to abandon ship. T...

    every new sapphic book abt pirates adds 7 years to my lesbian life span,,,, my goal is to become immortal this year ...

  • Jacqueline
    Jul 31, 2018

    This is the feminist pirate story that I?ve been waiting for all my life, with badass women who promote sisterhood and fight with each and every muscle of their bodies! Do you even know how hard it is to find a good pirate story without ridiculousness, misogynistic pirates who th...

    ARC provided by Penguin in exchange for an honest review. ?Never underestimate the girls of this world? And the award for best prologue of 2018 goes to Seafire! Seriously this prologue was beyond words amazing. It not only made me feel every single emotion under the sun, ...

    this cover is even more beautiful in person than it is on paper oh my god ?Arc received from the publisher via my local bookstore for an honest review. [ releases: August 2018.] ...

    Is 2018 going to be the year of pirate books? Because you would not hear me complaining nope not me no way ...

    pirates? It's a yes from me. ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription DNF @33% Actual Rating: 1.5 stars ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? ? Currently there are only 6 people who rated this 1 star and I am one of those people! I feel bad about it b...

    4 1/2 I really enjoyed this! More so than I thought I would, honestly!! It has awesome, female pirates who root for each other and not tear each other down! I thought the plot moved along nicely as well. The only thing I didn't love was the romance, I thought this book could have...

    Something that not everyone may know is that I have a huge pirate fetish, always have and always will. When seeing Seafire by Natalie C. Parker the first time I knew this was a must read, a whole trilogy of bad@ss female pirates?? I couldn?t get a copy fast enough and thankfully I di...

    "Never underestimate the girls of this world." I mean, it is a girls-only pirate ship. The level of badassery is sky-high. Of course, I wanted to read it. Seafire was a thrilling and highly suspenseful novel. The sea is ruled by Aric Athair, a ruthless man who takes children from...

    "Follows the captain of an all-female ship intent on taking down a corrupt warlord's powerful fleet" OMG YES. ...

    RELEASED TODAY!!! **ARC provided by Penguin Teen and Razorbill for my honest review!** (PS, took the coding from my blog since I posted there first and that's why it looks so much different than usual) ?Take your ship, take your crew, and prove to that man that he has not ...

    "Remember, when they call you girl, they're trying to tell you something. They're trying to tell you that they're more than you, that the body you're in makes you less. But you know, and I know, that you're exactly what you need to be." WHAT TO EXPECT FROM SEAFIRE ? AN EPIC ...

    Writing is great, but I think pirate books just aren?t my thing. I haven?t found one I truly like yet. But there are some pirate movies out there I love! Also I know a lot of people like the girl power of the ship, but I actually wish there was a combo of women and men together, eq...

    Honestly, the only disappointing part of this book was the fact that I expected so much more gayness. (There is a sapphic side couple, though!) And I love it. (I thought this would be a sapphic pirate book though.) Also look at me finally writing a review on Goodreads!! Is this a miles...

    actual rating 3.5 stars I am very picky when it comes to pirate books but I think overall I enjoyed this. It checked off a lot of things I love in books ?all-female crew ?found families ?seeking revenge ?strong friendships It wasn't romance heavy which I liked for a c...

    Rating ~4.5 ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? It?s been a long time since I liked a book enough to finish it in a day. But well, here we are! The book starts off with a prologue that really sets the tone. It is a tale of family, friendship, loyalty, b...

    I?ve known for months now that there weren?t going to be that many gay pirates but........still disappointed tbh but good book!! so fiercely feminist and focused on sisterhood and features the found family trope (my favorite ever) and I really enjoyed it!!! even without the gay ...

    ARC provided by Penguin/Razorbill in exchange for an honest review Once I heard about a book with an entire female pirate crew, I was immediately intrigued. And it totally surprised me ? in a good way! Seafire was filled with such a good mix of action, sisterhood, and lovable char...

    "Never underestimate the girls of this world." and never underestimate how much an anticipated book can disappoint you ...

    listen. I doubt there would ever be a time I don't want to read about sapphic pirates ye boy sign me up ...

    My beautiful, badass, rebel pirate babes <3 ...

    ?On the back of the sea, who do we trust? Our Sisters. When our ship falters, who do we trust? Our sisters. In a storms of Bullets, who do we trust? Our sisters! We fight together! Or not at all! Found families, pirates, and an all female crew. What is not to love about this int...

    ARC sent by the publisher in exchange for an honest review Buddy Read: Melanie & Amy FULL REVIEW MAY ALSO BE VIEWED ON LAIR OF BOOKS PLOT ?Loss is inevitable. Some losses will be harder than others. So remember this: Never risk more than you?re willing to lose? ...

    My mind is utterly blown This advance copy has been sitting on my shelves for 3 months now and I was a bit hesitant to pick it up. But I swear from the very first sentence I was hooked, jumped on board this thrilling , pirates filled adventure and I never wanted to abandon ship. T...

    every new sapphic book abt pirates adds 7 years to my lesbian life span,,,, my goal is to become immortal this year ...

    Review copy provided by the publisher via Penguin?s First to Read Seafire was absolutely riveting and is the pirate sisterhood story I?ve been wanting! This is a fascinating first novel in a series with a strong world and nicely fleshed out characters to accompany it. Caledon...

    "All-female ship" :) Okay but do we know if this is actually sapphic or ...

    Seafire is totally awesome and the plot is superb. If you've not yet read it; I urge you to do so. The novel is worth your time. ...

    4/5 stars Book #1 finished for the Booktubeathon While I was excited to get into this book I think I had my expectations way too high and was left a little disappointed at this story (not that it's a bad story it is FAR from being bad). It has so many factors I love like the acti...

  • ⚔ Silvia ⚓
    Sep 25, 2017

    This is the feminist pirate story that I?ve been waiting for all my life, with badass women who promote sisterhood and fight with each and every muscle of their bodies! Do you even know how hard it is to find a good pirate story without ridiculousness, misogynistic pirates who th...

    ARC provided by Penguin in exchange for an honest review. ?Never underestimate the girls of this world? And the award for best prologue of 2018 goes to Seafire! Seriously this prologue was beyond words amazing. It not only made me feel every single emotion under the sun, ...

    this cover is even more beautiful in person than it is on paper oh my god ?Arc received from the publisher via my local bookstore for an honest review. [ releases: August 2018.] ...

    Is 2018 going to be the year of pirate books? Because you would not hear me complaining nope not me no way ...

    pirates? It's a yes from me. ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription DNF @33% Actual Rating: 1.5 stars ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? ? Currently there are only 6 people who rated this 1 star and I am one of those people! I feel bad about it b...

    4 1/2 I really enjoyed this! More so than I thought I would, honestly!! It has awesome, female pirates who root for each other and not tear each other down! I thought the plot moved along nicely as well. The only thing I didn't love was the romance, I thought this book could have...

    Something that not everyone may know is that I have a huge pirate fetish, always have and always will. When seeing Seafire by Natalie C. Parker the first time I knew this was a must read, a whole trilogy of bad@ss female pirates?? I couldn?t get a copy fast enough and thankfully I di...

    "Never underestimate the girls of this world." I mean, it is a girls-only pirate ship. The level of badassery is sky-high. Of course, I wanted to read it. Seafire was a thrilling and highly suspenseful novel. The sea is ruled by Aric Athair, a ruthless man who takes children from...

    "Follows the captain of an all-female ship intent on taking down a corrupt warlord's powerful fleet" OMG YES. ...

    RELEASED TODAY!!! **ARC provided by Penguin Teen and Razorbill for my honest review!** (PS, took the coding from my blog since I posted there first and that's why it looks so much different than usual) ?Take your ship, take your crew, and prove to that man that he has not ...

    "Remember, when they call you girl, they're trying to tell you something. They're trying to tell you that they're more than you, that the body you're in makes you less. But you know, and I know, that you're exactly what you need to be." WHAT TO EXPECT FROM SEAFIRE ? AN EPIC ...

    Writing is great, but I think pirate books just aren?t my thing. I haven?t found one I truly like yet. But there are some pirate movies out there I love! Also I know a lot of people like the girl power of the ship, but I actually wish there was a combo of women and men together, eq...

    Honestly, the only disappointing part of this book was the fact that I expected so much more gayness. (There is a sapphic side couple, though!) And I love it. (I thought this would be a sapphic pirate book though.) Also look at me finally writing a review on Goodreads!! Is this a miles...

    actual rating 3.5 stars I am very picky when it comes to pirate books but I think overall I enjoyed this. It checked off a lot of things I love in books ?all-female crew ?found families ?seeking revenge ?strong friendships It wasn't romance heavy which I liked for a c...

    Rating ~4.5 ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? It?s been a long time since I liked a book enough to finish it in a day. But well, here we are! The book starts off with a prologue that really sets the tone. It is a tale of family, friendship, loyalty, b...

    I?ve known for months now that there weren?t going to be that many gay pirates but........still disappointed tbh but good book!! so fiercely feminist and focused on sisterhood and features the found family trope (my favorite ever) and I really enjoyed it!!! even without the gay ...

    ARC provided by Penguin/Razorbill in exchange for an honest review Once I heard about a book with an entire female pirate crew, I was immediately intrigued. And it totally surprised me ? in a good way! Seafire was filled with such a good mix of action, sisterhood, and lovable char...

    "Never underestimate the girls of this world." and never underestimate how much an anticipated book can disappoint you ...

    listen. I doubt there would ever be a time I don't want to read about sapphic pirates ye boy sign me up ...

    My beautiful, badass, rebel pirate babes <3 ...

    ?On the back of the sea, who do we trust? Our Sisters. When our ship falters, who do we trust? Our sisters. In a storms of Bullets, who do we trust? Our sisters! We fight together! Or not at all! Found families, pirates, and an all female crew. What is not to love about this int...

    ARC sent by the publisher in exchange for an honest review Buddy Read: Melanie & Amy FULL REVIEW MAY ALSO BE VIEWED ON LAIR OF BOOKS PLOT ?Loss is inevitable. Some losses will be harder than others. So remember this: Never risk more than you?re willing to lose? ...

    My mind is utterly blown This advance copy has been sitting on my shelves for 3 months now and I was a bit hesitant to pick it up. But I swear from the very first sentence I was hooked, jumped on board this thrilling , pirates filled adventure and I never wanted to abandon ship. T...

    every new sapphic book abt pirates adds 7 years to my lesbian life span,,,, my goal is to become immortal this year ...

    Review copy provided by the publisher via Penguin?s First to Read Seafire was absolutely riveting and is the pirate sisterhood story I?ve been wanting! This is a fascinating first novel in a series with a strong world and nicely fleshed out characters to accompany it. Caledon...

    "All-female ship" :) Okay but do we know if this is actually sapphic or ...

  • Amy
    Aug 09, 2018

    This is the feminist pirate story that I?ve been waiting for all my life, with badass women who promote sisterhood and fight with each and every muscle of their bodies! Do you even know how hard it is to find a good pirate story without ridiculousness, misogynistic pirates who th...

    ARC provided by Penguin in exchange for an honest review. ?Never underestimate the girls of this world? And the award for best prologue of 2018 goes to Seafire! Seriously this prologue was beyond words amazing. It not only made me feel every single emotion under the sun, ...

    this cover is even more beautiful in person than it is on paper oh my god ?Arc received from the publisher via my local bookstore for an honest review. [ releases: August 2018.] ...

    Is 2018 going to be the year of pirate books? Because you would not hear me complaining nope not me no way ...

    pirates? It's a yes from me. ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription DNF @33% Actual Rating: 1.5 stars ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? ? Currently there are only 6 people who rated this 1 star and I am one of those people! I feel bad about it b...

    4 1/2 I really enjoyed this! More so than I thought I would, honestly!! It has awesome, female pirates who root for each other and not tear each other down! I thought the plot moved along nicely as well. The only thing I didn't love was the romance, I thought this book could have...

    Something that not everyone may know is that I have a huge pirate fetish, always have and always will. When seeing Seafire by Natalie C. Parker the first time I knew this was a must read, a whole trilogy of bad@ss female pirates?? I couldn?t get a copy fast enough and thankfully I di...

    "Never underestimate the girls of this world." I mean, it is a girls-only pirate ship. The level of badassery is sky-high. Of course, I wanted to read it. Seafire was a thrilling and highly suspenseful novel. The sea is ruled by Aric Athair, a ruthless man who takes children from...

    "Follows the captain of an all-female ship intent on taking down a corrupt warlord's powerful fleet" OMG YES. ...

    RELEASED TODAY!!! **ARC provided by Penguin Teen and Razorbill for my honest review!** (PS, took the coding from my blog since I posted there first and that's why it looks so much different than usual) ?Take your ship, take your crew, and prove to that man that he has not ...

    "Remember, when they call you girl, they're trying to tell you something. They're trying to tell you that they're more than you, that the body you're in makes you less. But you know, and I know, that you're exactly what you need to be." WHAT TO EXPECT FROM SEAFIRE ? AN EPIC ...

    Writing is great, but I think pirate books just aren?t my thing. I haven?t found one I truly like yet. But there are some pirate movies out there I love! Also I know a lot of people like the girl power of the ship, but I actually wish there was a combo of women and men together, eq...

    Honestly, the only disappointing part of this book was the fact that I expected so much more gayness. (There is a sapphic side couple, though!) And I love it. (I thought this would be a sapphic pirate book though.) Also look at me finally writing a review on Goodreads!! Is this a miles...

    actual rating 3.5 stars I am very picky when it comes to pirate books but I think overall I enjoyed this. It checked off a lot of things I love in books ?all-female crew ?found families ?seeking revenge ?strong friendships It wasn't romance heavy which I liked for a c...

    Rating ~4.5 ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? It?s been a long time since I liked a book enough to finish it in a day. But well, here we are! The book starts off with a prologue that really sets the tone. It is a tale of family, friendship, loyalty, b...

    I?ve known for months now that there weren?t going to be that many gay pirates but........still disappointed tbh but good book!! so fiercely feminist and focused on sisterhood and features the found family trope (my favorite ever) and I really enjoyed it!!! even without the gay ...

    ARC provided by Penguin/Razorbill in exchange for an honest review Once I heard about a book with an entire female pirate crew, I was immediately intrigued. And it totally surprised me ? in a good way! Seafire was filled with such a good mix of action, sisterhood, and lovable char...

  • Lola
    Aug 18, 2018

    This is the feminist pirate story that I?ve been waiting for all my life, with badass women who promote sisterhood and fight with each and every muscle of their bodies! Do you even know how hard it is to find a good pirate story without ridiculousness, misogynistic pirates who th...

  • destiny ♎ [howling libraries]
    Feb 27, 2018

    This is the feminist pirate story that I?ve been waiting for all my life, with badass women who promote sisterhood and fight with each and every muscle of their bodies! Do you even know how hard it is to find a good pirate story without ridiculousness, misogynistic pirates who th...

    ARC provided by Penguin in exchange for an honest review. ?Never underestimate the girls of this world? And the award for best prologue of 2018 goes to Seafire! Seriously this prologue was beyond words amazing. It not only made me feel every single emotion under the sun, ...

    this cover is even more beautiful in person than it is on paper oh my god ?Arc received from the publisher via my local bookstore for an honest review. [ releases: August 2018.] ...

    Is 2018 going to be the year of pirate books? Because you would not hear me complaining nope not me no way ...

  • Noha Badawi
    Aug 23, 2018

    This is the feminist pirate story that I?ve been waiting for all my life, with badass women who promote sisterhood and fight with each and every muscle of their bodies! Do you even know how hard it is to find a good pirate story without ridiculousness, misogynistic pirates who th...

    ARC provided by Penguin in exchange for an honest review. ?Never underestimate the girls of this world? And the award for best prologue of 2018 goes to Seafire! Seriously this prologue was beyond words amazing. It not only made me feel every single emotion under the sun, ...

    this cover is even more beautiful in person than it is on paper oh my god ?Arc received from the publisher via my local bookstore for an honest review. [ releases: August 2018.] ...

    Is 2018 going to be the year of pirate books? Because you would not hear me complaining nope not me no way ...

    pirates? It's a yes from me. ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription DNF @33% Actual Rating: 1.5 stars ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? ? Currently there are only 6 people who rated this 1 star and I am one of those people! I feel bad about it b...

    4 1/2 I really enjoyed this! More so than I thought I would, honestly!! It has awesome, female pirates who root for each other and not tear each other down! I thought the plot moved along nicely as well. The only thing I didn't love was the romance, I thought this book could have...

    Something that not everyone may know is that I have a huge pirate fetish, always have and always will. When seeing Seafire by Natalie C. Parker the first time I knew this was a must read, a whole trilogy of bad@ss female pirates?? I couldn?t get a copy fast enough and thankfully I di...

    "Never underestimate the girls of this world." I mean, it is a girls-only pirate ship. The level of badassery is sky-high. Of course, I wanted to read it. Seafire was a thrilling and highly suspenseful novel. The sea is ruled by Aric Athair, a ruthless man who takes children from...

    "Follows the captain of an all-female ship intent on taking down a corrupt warlord's powerful fleet" OMG YES. ...

    RELEASED TODAY!!! **ARC provided by Penguin Teen and Razorbill for my honest review!** (PS, took the coding from my blog since I posted there first and that's why it looks so much different than usual) ?Take your ship, take your crew, and prove to that man that he has not ...

    "Remember, when they call you girl, they're trying to tell you something. They're trying to tell you that they're more than you, that the body you're in makes you less. But you know, and I know, that you're exactly what you need to be." WHAT TO EXPECT FROM SEAFIRE ? AN EPIC ...

    Writing is great, but I think pirate books just aren?t my thing. I haven?t found one I truly like yet. But there are some pirate movies out there I love! Also I know a lot of people like the girl power of the ship, but I actually wish there was a combo of women and men together, eq...

    Honestly, the only disappointing part of this book was the fact that I expected so much more gayness. (There is a sapphic side couple, though!) And I love it. (I thought this would be a sapphic pirate book though.) Also look at me finally writing a review on Goodreads!! Is this a miles...

    actual rating 3.5 stars I am very picky when it comes to pirate books but I think overall I enjoyed this. It checked off a lot of things I love in books ?all-female crew ?found families ?seeking revenge ?strong friendships It wasn't romance heavy which I liked for a c...

    Rating ~4.5 ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? It?s been a long time since I liked a book enough to finish it in a day. But well, here we are! The book starts off with a prologue that really sets the tone. It is a tale of family, friendship, loyalty, b...

    I?ve known for months now that there weren?t going to be that many gay pirates but........still disappointed tbh but good book!! so fiercely feminist and focused on sisterhood and features the found family trope (my favorite ever) and I really enjoyed it!!! even without the gay ...

    ARC provided by Penguin/Razorbill in exchange for an honest review Once I heard about a book with an entire female pirate crew, I was immediately intrigued. And it totally surprised me ? in a good way! Seafire was filled with such a good mix of action, sisterhood, and lovable char...

    "Never underestimate the girls of this world." and never underestimate how much an anticipated book can disappoint you ...

    listen. I doubt there would ever be a time I don't want to read about sapphic pirates ye boy sign me up ...

    My beautiful, badass, rebel pirate babes <3 ...

    ?On the back of the sea, who do we trust? Our Sisters. When our ship falters, who do we trust? Our sisters. In a storms of Bullets, who do we trust? Our sisters! We fight together! Or not at all! Found families, pirates, and an all female crew. What is not to love about this int...

    ARC sent by the publisher in exchange for an honest review Buddy Read: Melanie & Amy FULL REVIEW MAY ALSO BE VIEWED ON LAIR OF BOOKS PLOT ?Loss is inevitable. Some losses will be harder than others. So remember this: Never risk more than you?re willing to lose? ...

    My mind is utterly blown This advance copy has been sitting on my shelves for 3 months now and I was a bit hesitant to pick it up. But I swear from the very first sentence I was hooked, jumped on board this thrilling , pirates filled adventure and I never wanted to abandon ship. T...

  • Riley
    Aug 23, 2018

    This is the feminist pirate story that I?ve been waiting for all my life, with badass women who promote sisterhood and fight with each and every muscle of their bodies! Do you even know how hard it is to find a good pirate story without ridiculousness, misogynistic pirates who th...

    ARC provided by Penguin in exchange for an honest review. ?Never underestimate the girls of this world? And the award for best prologue of 2018 goes to Seafire! Seriously this prologue was beyond words amazing. It not only made me feel every single emotion under the sun, ...

    this cover is even more beautiful in person than it is on paper oh my god ?Arc received from the publisher via my local bookstore for an honest review. [ releases: August 2018.] ...

    Is 2018 going to be the year of pirate books? Because you would not hear me complaining nope not me no way ...

    pirates? It's a yes from me. ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription DNF @33% Actual Rating: 1.5 stars ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? ? Currently there are only 6 people who rated this 1 star and I am one of those people! I feel bad about it b...

    4 1/2 I really enjoyed this! More so than I thought I would, honestly!! It has awesome, female pirates who root for each other and not tear each other down! I thought the plot moved along nicely as well. The only thing I didn't love was the romance, I thought this book could have...

    Something that not everyone may know is that I have a huge pirate fetish, always have and always will. When seeing Seafire by Natalie C. Parker the first time I knew this was a must read, a whole trilogy of bad@ss female pirates?? I couldn?t get a copy fast enough and thankfully I di...

    "Never underestimate the girls of this world." I mean, it is a girls-only pirate ship. The level of badassery is sky-high. Of course, I wanted to read it. Seafire was a thrilling and highly suspenseful novel. The sea is ruled by Aric Athair, a ruthless man who takes children from...

    "Follows the captain of an all-female ship intent on taking down a corrupt warlord's powerful fleet" OMG YES. ...

    RELEASED TODAY!!! **ARC provided by Penguin Teen and Razorbill for my honest review!** (PS, took the coding from my blog since I posted there first and that's why it looks so much different than usual) ?Take your ship, take your crew, and prove to that man that he has not ...

    "Remember, when they call you girl, they're trying to tell you something. They're trying to tell you that they're more than you, that the body you're in makes you less. But you know, and I know, that you're exactly what you need to be." WHAT TO EXPECT FROM SEAFIRE ? AN EPIC ...

    Writing is great, but I think pirate books just aren?t my thing. I haven?t found one I truly like yet. But there are some pirate movies out there I love! Also I know a lot of people like the girl power of the ship, but I actually wish there was a combo of women and men together, eq...

    Honestly, the only disappointing part of this book was the fact that I expected so much more gayness. (There is a sapphic side couple, though!) And I love it. (I thought this would be a sapphic pirate book though.) Also look at me finally writing a review on Goodreads!! Is this a miles...

    actual rating 3.5 stars I am very picky when it comes to pirate books but I think overall I enjoyed this. It checked off a lot of things I love in books ?all-female crew ?found families ?seeking revenge ?strong friendships It wasn't romance heavy which I liked for a c...

  • Adah Udechukwu
    Aug 28, 2018

    This is the feminist pirate story that I?ve been waiting for all my life, with badass women who promote sisterhood and fight with each and every muscle of their bodies! Do you even know how hard it is to find a good pirate story without ridiculousness, misogynistic pirates who th...

    ARC provided by Penguin in exchange for an honest review. ?Never underestimate the girls of this world? And the award for best prologue of 2018 goes to Seafire! Seriously this prologue was beyond words amazing. It not only made me feel every single emotion under the sun, ...

    this cover is even more beautiful in person than it is on paper oh my god ?Arc received from the publisher via my local bookstore for an honest review. [ releases: August 2018.] ...

    Is 2018 going to be the year of pirate books? Because you would not hear me complaining nope not me no way ...

    pirates? It's a yes from me. ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription DNF @33% Actual Rating: 1.5 stars ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? ? Currently there are only 6 people who rated this 1 star and I am one of those people! I feel bad about it b...

    4 1/2 I really enjoyed this! More so than I thought I would, honestly!! It has awesome, female pirates who root for each other and not tear each other down! I thought the plot moved along nicely as well. The only thing I didn't love was the romance, I thought this book could have...

    Something that not everyone may know is that I have a huge pirate fetish, always have and always will. When seeing Seafire by Natalie C. Parker the first time I knew this was a must read, a whole trilogy of bad@ss female pirates?? I couldn?t get a copy fast enough and thankfully I di...

    "Never underestimate the girls of this world." I mean, it is a girls-only pirate ship. The level of badassery is sky-high. Of course, I wanted to read it. Seafire was a thrilling and highly suspenseful novel. The sea is ruled by Aric Athair, a ruthless man who takes children from...

    "Follows the captain of an all-female ship intent on taking down a corrupt warlord's powerful fleet" OMG YES. ...

    RELEASED TODAY!!! **ARC provided by Penguin Teen and Razorbill for my honest review!** (PS, took the coding from my blog since I posted there first and that's why it looks so much different than usual) ?Take your ship, take your crew, and prove to that man that he has not ...

    "Remember, when they call you girl, they're trying to tell you something. They're trying to tell you that they're more than you, that the body you're in makes you less. But you know, and I know, that you're exactly what you need to be." WHAT TO EXPECT FROM SEAFIRE ? AN EPIC ...

    Writing is great, but I think pirate books just aren?t my thing. I haven?t found one I truly like yet. But there are some pirate movies out there I love! Also I know a lot of people like the girl power of the ship, but I actually wish there was a combo of women and men together, eq...

    Honestly, the only disappointing part of this book was the fact that I expected so much more gayness. (There is a sapphic side couple, though!) And I love it. (I thought this would be a sapphic pirate book though.) Also look at me finally writing a review on Goodreads!! Is this a miles...

    actual rating 3.5 stars I am very picky when it comes to pirate books but I think overall I enjoyed this. It checked off a lot of things I love in books ?all-female crew ?found families ?seeking revenge ?strong friendships It wasn't romance heavy which I liked for a c...

    Rating ~4.5 ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? It?s been a long time since I liked a book enough to finish it in a day. But well, here we are! The book starts off with a prologue that really sets the tone. It is a tale of family, friendship, loyalty, b...

    I?ve known for months now that there weren?t going to be that many gay pirates but........still disappointed tbh but good book!! so fiercely feminist and focused on sisterhood and features the found family trope (my favorite ever) and I really enjoyed it!!! even without the gay ...

    ARC provided by Penguin/Razorbill in exchange for an honest review Once I heard about a book with an entire female pirate crew, I was immediately intrigued. And it totally surprised me ? in a good way! Seafire was filled with such a good mix of action, sisterhood, and lovable char...

    "Never underestimate the girls of this world." and never underestimate how much an anticipated book can disappoint you ...

    listen. I doubt there would ever be a time I don't want to read about sapphic pirates ye boy sign me up ...

    My beautiful, badass, rebel pirate babes <3 ...

    ?On the back of the sea, who do we trust? Our Sisters. When our ship falters, who do we trust? Our sisters. In a storms of Bullets, who do we trust? Our sisters! We fight together! Or not at all! Found families, pirates, and an all female crew. What is not to love about this int...

    ARC sent by the publisher in exchange for an honest review Buddy Read: Melanie & Amy FULL REVIEW MAY ALSO BE VIEWED ON LAIR OF BOOKS PLOT ?Loss is inevitable. Some losses will be harder than others. So remember this: Never risk more than you?re willing to lose? ...

    My mind is utterly blown This advance copy has been sitting on my shelves for 3 months now and I was a bit hesitant to pick it up. But I swear from the very first sentence I was hooked, jumped on board this thrilling , pirates filled adventure and I never wanted to abandon ship. T...

    every new sapphic book abt pirates adds 7 years to my lesbian life span,,,, my goal is to become immortal this year ...

    Review copy provided by the publisher via Penguin?s First to Read Seafire was absolutely riveting and is the pirate sisterhood story I?ve been wanting! This is a fascinating first novel in a series with a strong world and nicely fleshed out characters to accompany it. Caledon...

    "All-female ship" :) Okay but do we know if this is actually sapphic or ...

    Seafire is totally awesome and the plot is superb. If you've not yet read it; I urge you to do so. The novel is worth your time. ...

  • Danielle (Life of a Literary Nerd)
    Aug 25, 2018

    This is the feminist pirate story that I?ve been waiting for all my life, with badass women who promote sisterhood and fight with each and every muscle of their bodies! Do you even know how hard it is to find a good pirate story without ridiculousness, misogynistic pirates who th...

    ARC provided by Penguin in exchange for an honest review. ?Never underestimate the girls of this world? And the award for best prologue of 2018 goes to Seafire! Seriously this prologue was beyond words amazing. It not only made me feel every single emotion under the sun, ...

    this cover is even more beautiful in person than it is on paper oh my god ?Arc received from the publisher via my local bookstore for an honest review. [ releases: August 2018.] ...

    Is 2018 going to be the year of pirate books? Because you would not hear me complaining nope not me no way ...

    pirates? It's a yes from me. ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription DNF @33% Actual Rating: 1.5 stars ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? ? Currently there are only 6 people who rated this 1 star and I am one of those people! I feel bad about it b...

    4 1/2 I really enjoyed this! More so than I thought I would, honestly!! It has awesome, female pirates who root for each other and not tear each other down! I thought the plot moved along nicely as well. The only thing I didn't love was the romance, I thought this book could have...

    Something that not everyone may know is that I have a huge pirate fetish, always have and always will. When seeing Seafire by Natalie C. Parker the first time I knew this was a must read, a whole trilogy of bad@ss female pirates?? I couldn?t get a copy fast enough and thankfully I di...

    "Never underestimate the girls of this world." I mean, it is a girls-only pirate ship. The level of badassery is sky-high. Of course, I wanted to read it. Seafire was a thrilling and highly suspenseful novel. The sea is ruled by Aric Athair, a ruthless man who takes children from...

    "Follows the captain of an all-female ship intent on taking down a corrupt warlord's powerful fleet" OMG YES. ...

    RELEASED TODAY!!! **ARC provided by Penguin Teen and Razorbill for my honest review!** (PS, took the coding from my blog since I posted there first and that's why it looks so much different than usual) ?Take your ship, take your crew, and prove to that man that he has not ...

    "Remember, when they call you girl, they're trying to tell you something. They're trying to tell you that they're more than you, that the body you're in makes you less. But you know, and I know, that you're exactly what you need to be." WHAT TO EXPECT FROM SEAFIRE ? AN EPIC ...

    Writing is great, but I think pirate books just aren?t my thing. I haven?t found one I truly like yet. But there are some pirate movies out there I love! Also I know a lot of people like the girl power of the ship, but I actually wish there was a combo of women and men together, eq...

    Honestly, the only disappointing part of this book was the fact that I expected so much more gayness. (There is a sapphic side couple, though!) And I love it. (I thought this would be a sapphic pirate book though.) Also look at me finally writing a review on Goodreads!! Is this a miles...

    actual rating 3.5 stars I am very picky when it comes to pirate books but I think overall I enjoyed this. It checked off a lot of things I love in books ?all-female crew ?found families ?seeking revenge ?strong friendships It wasn't romance heavy which I liked for a c...

    Rating ~4.5 ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? It?s been a long time since I liked a book enough to finish it in a day. But well, here we are! The book starts off with a prologue that really sets the tone. It is a tale of family, friendship, loyalty, b...

    I?ve known for months now that there weren?t going to be that many gay pirates but........still disappointed tbh but good book!! so fiercely feminist and focused on sisterhood and features the found family trope (my favorite ever) and I really enjoyed it!!! even without the gay ...

    ARC provided by Penguin/Razorbill in exchange for an honest review Once I heard about a book with an entire female pirate crew, I was immediately intrigued. And it totally surprised me ? in a good way! Seafire was filled with such a good mix of action, sisterhood, and lovable char...

    "Never underestimate the girls of this world." and never underestimate how much an anticipated book can disappoint you ...

    listen. I doubt there would ever be a time I don't want to read about sapphic pirates ye boy sign me up ...

    My beautiful, badass, rebel pirate babes <3 ...

    ?On the back of the sea, who do we trust? Our Sisters. When our ship falters, who do we trust? Our sisters. In a storms of Bullets, who do we trust? Our sisters! We fight together! Or not at all! Found families, pirates, and an all female crew. What is not to love about this int...

  • Candace Robinson
    Aug 03, 2018

    This is the feminist pirate story that I?ve been waiting for all my life, with badass women who promote sisterhood and fight with each and every muscle of their bodies! Do you even know how hard it is to find a good pirate story without ridiculousness, misogynistic pirates who th...

    ARC provided by Penguin in exchange for an honest review. ?Never underestimate the girls of this world? And the award for best prologue of 2018 goes to Seafire! Seriously this prologue was beyond words amazing. It not only made me feel every single emotion under the sun, ...

    this cover is even more beautiful in person than it is on paper oh my god ?Arc received from the publisher via my local bookstore for an honest review. [ releases: August 2018.] ...

    Is 2018 going to be the year of pirate books? Because you would not hear me complaining nope not me no way ...

    pirates? It's a yes from me. ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription DNF @33% Actual Rating: 1.5 stars ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? ? Currently there are only 6 people who rated this 1 star and I am one of those people! I feel bad about it b...

    4 1/2 I really enjoyed this! More so than I thought I would, honestly!! It has awesome, female pirates who root for each other and not tear each other down! I thought the plot moved along nicely as well. The only thing I didn't love was the romance, I thought this book could have...

    Something that not everyone may know is that I have a huge pirate fetish, always have and always will. When seeing Seafire by Natalie C. Parker the first time I knew this was a must read, a whole trilogy of bad@ss female pirates?? I couldn?t get a copy fast enough and thankfully I di...

    "Never underestimate the girls of this world." I mean, it is a girls-only pirate ship. The level of badassery is sky-high. Of course, I wanted to read it. Seafire was a thrilling and highly suspenseful novel. The sea is ruled by Aric Athair, a ruthless man who takes children from...

    "Follows the captain of an all-female ship intent on taking down a corrupt warlord's powerful fleet" OMG YES. ...

    RELEASED TODAY!!! **ARC provided by Penguin Teen and Razorbill for my honest review!** (PS, took the coding from my blog since I posted there first and that's why it looks so much different than usual) ?Take your ship, take your crew, and prove to that man that he has not ...

    "Remember, when they call you girl, they're trying to tell you something. They're trying to tell you that they're more than you, that the body you're in makes you less. But you know, and I know, that you're exactly what you need to be." WHAT TO EXPECT FROM SEAFIRE ? AN EPIC ...

    Writing is great, but I think pirate books just aren?t my thing. I haven?t found one I truly like yet. But there are some pirate movies out there I love! Also I know a lot of people like the girl power of the ship, but I actually wish there was a combo of women and men together, eq...

  • Nick
    Sep 28, 2018

    This is the feminist pirate story that I?ve been waiting for all my life, with badass women who promote sisterhood and fight with each and every muscle of their bodies! Do you even know how hard it is to find a good pirate story without ridiculousness, misogynistic pirates who th...

    ARC provided by Penguin in exchange for an honest review. ?Never underestimate the girls of this world? And the award for best prologue of 2018 goes to Seafire! Seriously this prologue was beyond words amazing. It not only made me feel every single emotion under the sun, ...

    this cover is even more beautiful in person than it is on paper oh my god ?Arc received from the publisher via my local bookstore for an honest review. [ releases: August 2018.] ...

    Is 2018 going to be the year of pirate books? Because you would not hear me complaining nope not me no way ...

    pirates? It's a yes from me. ...

  • Carrie
    Aug 02, 2018

    This is the feminist pirate story that I?ve been waiting for all my life, with badass women who promote sisterhood and fight with each and every muscle of their bodies! Do you even know how hard it is to find a good pirate story without ridiculousness, misogynistic pirates who th...

    ARC provided by Penguin in exchange for an honest review. ?Never underestimate the girls of this world? And the award for best prologue of 2018 goes to Seafire! Seriously this prologue was beyond words amazing. It not only made me feel every single emotion under the sun, ...

    this cover is even more beautiful in person than it is on paper oh my god ?Arc received from the publisher via my local bookstore for an honest review. [ releases: August 2018.] ...

    Is 2018 going to be the year of pirate books? Because you would not hear me complaining nope not me no way ...

    pirates? It's a yes from me. ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription DNF @33% Actual Rating: 1.5 stars ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? ? Currently there are only 6 people who rated this 1 star and I am one of those people! I feel bad about it b...

    4 1/2 I really enjoyed this! More so than I thought I would, honestly!! It has awesome, female pirates who root for each other and not tear each other down! I thought the plot moved along nicely as well. The only thing I didn't love was the romance, I thought this book could have...

    Something that not everyone may know is that I have a huge pirate fetish, always have and always will. When seeing Seafire by Natalie C. Parker the first time I knew this was a must read, a whole trilogy of bad@ss female pirates?? I couldn?t get a copy fast enough and thankfully I di...

  • julianna ➹
    Jun 03, 2018

    This is the feminist pirate story that I?ve been waiting for all my life, with badass women who promote sisterhood and fight with each and every muscle of their bodies! Do you even know how hard it is to find a good pirate story without ridiculousness, misogynistic pirates who th...

    ARC provided by Penguin in exchange for an honest review. ?Never underestimate the girls of this world? And the award for best prologue of 2018 goes to Seafire! Seriously this prologue was beyond words amazing. It not only made me feel every single emotion under the sun, ...

    this cover is even more beautiful in person than it is on paper oh my god ?Arc received from the publisher via my local bookstore for an honest review. [ releases: August 2018.] ...

    Is 2018 going to be the year of pirate books? Because you would not hear me complaining nope not me no way ...

    pirates? It's a yes from me. ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription DNF @33% Actual Rating: 1.5 stars ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? ? Currently there are only 6 people who rated this 1 star and I am one of those people! I feel bad about it b...

    4 1/2 I really enjoyed this! More so than I thought I would, honestly!! It has awesome, female pirates who root for each other and not tear each other down! I thought the plot moved along nicely as well. The only thing I didn't love was the romance, I thought this book could have...

    Something that not everyone may know is that I have a huge pirate fetish, always have and always will. When seeing Seafire by Natalie C. Parker the first time I knew this was a must read, a whole trilogy of bad@ss female pirates?? I couldn?t get a copy fast enough and thankfully I di...

    "Never underestimate the girls of this world." I mean, it is a girls-only pirate ship. The level of badassery is sky-high. Of course, I wanted to read it. Seafire was a thrilling and highly suspenseful novel. The sea is ruled by Aric Athair, a ruthless man who takes children from...

    "Follows the captain of an all-female ship intent on taking down a corrupt warlord's powerful fleet" OMG YES. ...

    RELEASED TODAY!!! **ARC provided by Penguin Teen and Razorbill for my honest review!** (PS, took the coding from my blog since I posted there first and that's why it looks so much different than usual) ?Take your ship, take your crew, and prove to that man that he has not ...

    "Remember, when they call you girl, they're trying to tell you something. They're trying to tell you that they're more than you, that the body you're in makes you less. But you know, and I know, that you're exactly what you need to be." WHAT TO EXPECT FROM SEAFIRE ? AN EPIC ...

    Writing is great, but I think pirate books just aren?t my thing. I haven?t found one I truly like yet. But there are some pirate movies out there I love! Also I know a lot of people like the girl power of the ship, but I actually wish there was a combo of women and men together, eq...

    Honestly, the only disappointing part of this book was the fact that I expected so much more gayness. (There is a sapphic side couple, though!) And I love it. (I thought this would be a sapphic pirate book though.) Also look at me finally writing a review on Goodreads!! Is this a miles...

  • Beatrice in Bookland
    Sep 17, 2018

    This is the feminist pirate story that I?ve been waiting for all my life, with badass women who promote sisterhood and fight with each and every muscle of their bodies! Do you even know how hard it is to find a good pirate story without ridiculousness, misogynistic pirates who th...

    ARC provided by Penguin in exchange for an honest review. ?Never underestimate the girls of this world? And the award for best prologue of 2018 goes to Seafire! Seriously this prologue was beyond words amazing. It not only made me feel every single emotion under the sun, ...

    this cover is even more beautiful in person than it is on paper oh my god ?Arc received from the publisher via my local bookstore for an honest review. [ releases: August 2018.] ...

    Is 2018 going to be the year of pirate books? Because you would not hear me complaining nope not me no way ...

    pirates? It's a yes from me. ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription DNF @33% Actual Rating: 1.5 stars ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? ? Currently there are only 6 people who rated this 1 star and I am one of those people! I feel bad about it b...

    4 1/2 I really enjoyed this! More so than I thought I would, honestly!! It has awesome, female pirates who root for each other and not tear each other down! I thought the plot moved along nicely as well. The only thing I didn't love was the romance, I thought this book could have...

    Something that not everyone may know is that I have a huge pirate fetish, always have and always will. When seeing Seafire by Natalie C. Parker the first time I knew this was a must read, a whole trilogy of bad@ss female pirates?? I couldn?t get a copy fast enough and thankfully I di...

    "Never underestimate the girls of this world." I mean, it is a girls-only pirate ship. The level of badassery is sky-high. Of course, I wanted to read it. Seafire was a thrilling and highly suspenseful novel. The sea is ruled by Aric Athair, a ruthless man who takes children from...

    "Follows the captain of an all-female ship intent on taking down a corrupt warlord's powerful fleet" OMG YES. ...

    RELEASED TODAY!!! **ARC provided by Penguin Teen and Razorbill for my honest review!** (PS, took the coding from my blog since I posted there first and that's why it looks so much different than usual) ?Take your ship, take your crew, and prove to that man that he has not ...

    "Remember, when they call you girl, they're trying to tell you something. They're trying to tell you that they're more than you, that the body you're in makes you less. But you know, and I know, that you're exactly what you need to be." WHAT TO EXPECT FROM SEAFIRE ? AN EPIC ...

    Writing is great, but I think pirate books just aren?t my thing. I haven?t found one I truly like yet. But there are some pirate movies out there I love! Also I know a lot of people like the girl power of the ship, but I actually wish there was a combo of women and men together, eq...

    Honestly, the only disappointing part of this book was the fact that I expected so much more gayness. (There is a sapphic side couple, though!) And I love it. (I thought this would be a sapphic pirate book though.) Also look at me finally writing a review on Goodreads!! Is this a miles...

    actual rating 3.5 stars I am very picky when it comes to pirate books but I think overall I enjoyed this. It checked off a lot of things I love in books ?all-female crew ?found families ?seeking revenge ?strong friendships It wasn't romance heavy which I liked for a c...

    Rating ~4.5 ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? It?s been a long time since I liked a book enough to finish it in a day. But well, here we are! The book starts off with a prologue that really sets the tone. It is a tale of family, friendship, loyalty, b...

    I?ve known for months now that there weren?t going to be that many gay pirates but........still disappointed tbh but good book!! so fiercely feminist and focused on sisterhood and features the found family trope (my favorite ever) and I really enjoyed it!!! even without the gay ...

    ARC provided by Penguin/Razorbill in exchange for an honest review Once I heard about a book with an entire female pirate crew, I was immediately intrigued. And it totally surprised me ? in a good way! Seafire was filled with such a good mix of action, sisterhood, and lovable char...

    "Never underestimate the girls of this world." and never underestimate how much an anticipated book can disappoint you ...

  • Kai
    Aug 04, 2018

    This is the feminist pirate story that I?ve been waiting for all my life, with badass women who promote sisterhood and fight with each and every muscle of their bodies! Do you even know how hard it is to find a good pirate story without ridiculousness, misogynistic pirates who th...

    ARC provided by Penguin in exchange for an honest review. ?Never underestimate the girls of this world? And the award for best prologue of 2018 goes to Seafire! Seriously this prologue was beyond words amazing. It not only made me feel every single emotion under the sun, ...

    this cover is even more beautiful in person than it is on paper oh my god ?Arc received from the publisher via my local bookstore for an honest review. [ releases: August 2018.] ...

    Is 2018 going to be the year of pirate books? Because you would not hear me complaining nope not me no way ...

    pirates? It's a yes from me. ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription DNF @33% Actual Rating: 1.5 stars ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? ? Currently there are only 6 people who rated this 1 star and I am one of those people! I feel bad about it b...

    4 1/2 I really enjoyed this! More so than I thought I would, honestly!! It has awesome, female pirates who root for each other and not tear each other down! I thought the plot moved along nicely as well. The only thing I didn't love was the romance, I thought this book could have...

    Something that not everyone may know is that I have a huge pirate fetish, always have and always will. When seeing Seafire by Natalie C. Parker the first time I knew this was a must read, a whole trilogy of bad@ss female pirates?? I couldn?t get a copy fast enough and thankfully I di...

    "Never underestimate the girls of this world." I mean, it is a girls-only pirate ship. The level of badassery is sky-high. Of course, I wanted to read it. Seafire was a thrilling and highly suspenseful novel. The sea is ruled by Aric Athair, a ruthless man who takes children from...

  • Cait • A Page with a View
    Sep 08, 2017

    This is the feminist pirate story that I?ve been waiting for all my life, with badass women who promote sisterhood and fight with each and every muscle of their bodies! Do you even know how hard it is to find a good pirate story without ridiculousness, misogynistic pirates who th...

    ARC provided by Penguin in exchange for an honest review. ?Never underestimate the girls of this world? And the award for best prologue of 2018 goes to Seafire! Seriously this prologue was beyond words amazing. It not only made me feel every single emotion under the sun, ...

    this cover is even more beautiful in person than it is on paper oh my god ?Arc received from the publisher via my local bookstore for an honest review. [ releases: August 2018.] ...

    Is 2018 going to be the year of pirate books? Because you would not hear me complaining nope not me no way ...

    pirates? It's a yes from me. ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription DNF @33% Actual Rating: 1.5 stars ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? ? Currently there are only 6 people who rated this 1 star and I am one of those people! I feel bad about it b...

    4 1/2 I really enjoyed this! More so than I thought I would, honestly!! It has awesome, female pirates who root for each other and not tear each other down! I thought the plot moved along nicely as well. The only thing I didn't love was the romance, I thought this book could have...

    Something that not everyone may know is that I have a huge pirate fetish, always have and always will. When seeing Seafire by Natalie C. Parker the first time I knew this was a must read, a whole trilogy of bad@ss female pirates?? I couldn?t get a copy fast enough and thankfully I di...

    "Never underestimate the girls of this world." I mean, it is a girls-only pirate ship. The level of badassery is sky-high. Of course, I wanted to read it. Seafire was a thrilling and highly suspenseful novel. The sea is ruled by Aric Athair, a ruthless man who takes children from...

    "Follows the captain of an all-female ship intent on taking down a corrupt warlord's powerful fleet" OMG YES. ...

  • Elise (TheBookishActress)
    Sep 25, 2017

    This is the feminist pirate story that I?ve been waiting for all my life, with badass women who promote sisterhood and fight with each and every muscle of their bodies! Do you even know how hard it is to find a good pirate story without ridiculousness, misogynistic pirates who th...

    ARC provided by Penguin in exchange for an honest review. ?Never underestimate the girls of this world? And the award for best prologue of 2018 goes to Seafire! Seriously this prologue was beyond words amazing. It not only made me feel every single emotion under the sun, ...

    this cover is even more beautiful in person than it is on paper oh my god ?Arc received from the publisher via my local bookstore for an honest review. [ releases: August 2018.] ...

  • Hamad
    Aug 25, 2018

    This is the feminist pirate story that I?ve been waiting for all my life, with badass women who promote sisterhood and fight with each and every muscle of their bodies! Do you even know how hard it is to find a good pirate story without ridiculousness, misogynistic pirates who th...

    ARC provided by Penguin in exchange for an honest review. ?Never underestimate the girls of this world? And the award for best prologue of 2018 goes to Seafire! Seriously this prologue was beyond words amazing. It not only made me feel every single emotion under the sun, ...

    this cover is even more beautiful in person than it is on paper oh my god ?Arc received from the publisher via my local bookstore for an honest review. [ releases: August 2018.] ...

    Is 2018 going to be the year of pirate books? Because you would not hear me complaining nope not me no way ...

    pirates? It's a yes from me. ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription DNF @33% Actual Rating: 1.5 stars ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? ? Currently there are only 6 people who rated this 1 star and I am one of those people! I feel bad about it b...

  • may ➹
    Sep 23, 2018

    This is the feminist pirate story that I?ve been waiting for all my life, with badass women who promote sisterhood and fight with each and every muscle of their bodies! Do you even know how hard it is to find a good pirate story without ridiculousness, misogynistic pirates who th...

    ARC provided by Penguin in exchange for an honest review. ?Never underestimate the girls of this world? And the award for best prologue of 2018 goes to Seafire! Seriously this prologue was beyond words amazing. It not only made me feel every single emotion under the sun, ...

    this cover is even more beautiful in person than it is on paper oh my god ?Arc received from the publisher via my local bookstore for an honest review. [ releases: August 2018.] ...

    Is 2018 going to be the year of pirate books? Because you would not hear me complaining nope not me no way ...

    pirates? It's a yes from me. ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription DNF @33% Actual Rating: 1.5 stars ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? ? Currently there are only 6 people who rated this 1 star and I am one of those people! I feel bad about it b...

    4 1/2 I really enjoyed this! More so than I thought I would, honestly!! It has awesome, female pirates who root for each other and not tear each other down! I thought the plot moved along nicely as well. The only thing I didn't love was the romance, I thought this book could have...

    Something that not everyone may know is that I have a huge pirate fetish, always have and always will. When seeing Seafire by Natalie C. Parker the first time I knew this was a must read, a whole trilogy of bad@ss female pirates?? I couldn?t get a copy fast enough and thankfully I di...

    "Never underestimate the girls of this world." I mean, it is a girls-only pirate ship. The level of badassery is sky-high. Of course, I wanted to read it. Seafire was a thrilling and highly suspenseful novel. The sea is ruled by Aric Athair, a ruthless man who takes children from...

    "Follows the captain of an all-female ship intent on taking down a corrupt warlord's powerful fleet" OMG YES. ...

    RELEASED TODAY!!! **ARC provided by Penguin Teen and Razorbill for my honest review!** (PS, took the coding from my blog since I posted there first and that's why it looks so much different than usual) ?Take your ship, take your crew, and prove to that man that he has not ...

    "Remember, when they call you girl, they're trying to tell you something. They're trying to tell you that they're more than you, that the body you're in makes you less. But you know, and I know, that you're exactly what you need to be." WHAT TO EXPECT FROM SEAFIRE ? AN EPIC ...

    Writing is great, but I think pirate books just aren?t my thing. I haven?t found one I truly like yet. But there are some pirate movies out there I love! Also I know a lot of people like the girl power of the ship, but I actually wish there was a combo of women and men together, eq...

    Honestly, the only disappointing part of this book was the fact that I expected so much more gayness. (There is a sapphic side couple, though!) And I love it. (I thought this would be a sapphic pirate book though.) Also look at me finally writing a review on Goodreads!! Is this a miles...

    actual rating 3.5 stars I am very picky when it comes to pirate books but I think overall I enjoyed this. It checked off a lot of things I love in books ?all-female crew ?found families ?seeking revenge ?strong friendships It wasn't romance heavy which I liked for a c...

    Rating ~4.5 ?Never underestimate the girls of this world.? It?s been a long time since I liked a book enough to finish it in a day. But well, here we are! The book starts off with a prologue that really sets the tone. It is a tale of family, friendship, loyalty, b...

    I?ve known for months now that there weren?t going to be that many gay pirates but........still disappointed tbh but good book!! so fiercely feminist and focused on sisterhood and features the found family trope (my favorite ever) and I really enjoyed it!!! even without the gay ...