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Seafire Blog Tour

Seafire Blog Tour

I am so excited to announce that I am apart of the Seafire Blog Tour!!


Seafire (Seafire #1)

Expected publication: August 28th 2018

RATING: ★★★★

4 out of 5 stars



The first in a heart-stopping trilogy that recalls the undeniable feminine power of Wonder Woman and the powder-keg action of Mad Max: Fury RoadSeafire follows the captain of an all-female ship intent on taking down a vicious warlord’s powerful fleet. 

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 take down Aric’s armed and armored fleet.

But when Caledonia’s best friend and second-in-command barely survives an attack thanks to help from a Bullet looking to defect, Caledonia finds herself questioning whether to let him join their crew. Is this boy the key to taking down Aric Athair once and for all…or will he threaten everything the women of the Mors Navis have worked for?


Pages: 384

Publisher: Razorbill (An imprint of Penguin teen)

Series? Yes, this is the first book of the trilogy.


Natalie C. Parker is the author of the Beware the Wild duology, the Seafire trilogy, and the editor of Three Sides of a Heart. She earned her BA in English literature from the University of Southern Mississippi and her MA in gender studies from the University of Cincinnati. She grew up in a Navy family finding home in coastal cities from Virginia to Japan. Now, she lives surprisingly far from any ocean on the Kansas prairie where she runs Madcap Retreats with her wife. She tweets @nataliecparker.

My review of Seafire: 

The prologue of this book started off in a roaring way, that set the pace for the rest of the book. It was thrilling! Chock-full of independent female characters, fighting, adventure, romance, and a quest for lost family.

I loved the promotion of sisterhood throughout this story.

“On the back of the sea, who do we trust? Our sisters. 

When our ship falters, who do we trust? Our sisters. 

In a storm of bullets, who do we trust? Our sisters.”

The main character of Seafire is a girl named Caledonia Styx, who is the perfect main character. She is a fierce character who is a captain to 52 girls aboard her ship the Mors Navis. She has strengths, as well as weaknesses, which is part of what makes her such a great character.

The romance in this book was a bit sudden and forced in my opinion.

Overall, this was a fantastic read. I loved the writing and the sisterly affection. This book was so easy to read. It was written in such a way that easily introduced new characters and seamlessly transistioned from one fight to the next.

If you are looking for a young adult read full of adventure and fierce female characters, look no further.

Also, can we talk about the cover of this book? It is absolutely stunning.

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Thanks for stopping by and reading this book review!


Sarah June

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*I was sent this book in exchange for an honest review on my blog (and as a part of the blog tour). All thoughts and opinions are my own.


Check out the other blogs that were apart of this blog tour:


August 20 – Bibliobakes – Review

August 21 – My Friends are Fiction – Creative Instagram Picture

August 22 – Gladiatorglory – Moodboard

August 23 – YA Books Central – Author Guest Post: What gave you the inspiration for this book?
August 24 – Starcrossed Book Blogger – Review


August 27 – Here’s to Happy Endings – Creative Instagram Picture

August 28 – NovelKnight – Review

August 29 – Utopia State of Mind – Author Guest Post: Who would be in your pirate crew and why?

August 30 – @Darkfaerietales – Creative Instagram Picture

August 31 – The Fandom – Author Guest Post: Natalie C. Parker’s favorite stories of sisterhood and survival.


September 3 – IceyBooks – Quote Candy

September 4 – Novel Novice – Styled by the Books

September 5 – The Young Folks – Author Guest Post: What was the world building process like? What type of research was involved in creating the world/learning about ships or sailing and what was the inspiration of the world and story?

September 6 – Lindseyybooks – Review + Creative Instagram Picture

September 7 – Brittany’s Book Rambles – Spotlight + Listicle


September 10 – Cayla Reads – Review + Playlist

September 11 – Herbookstacks – Review + Book Aesthetic

September 12 – Swoony Boys – Character Interview

September 13 – Book Is Glee – Creative Instagram Picture

September 14 – Sarah June – Review + Creative Instagram Picture

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