The only good Bullet is a dead Bullet. That’s the motto of the crew of the Mors Navis. The crew is a ragtag group of girls, bound together through a mutual hatred for warlord Aric Althair. They are led by Caledonia, who only has two things in mind: defeat Aric and his army of Bullets as revenge for killing her family, and kill Lir, one of Aric’s most trusted Bullets. But when Caledonia’s sister Pisces is saved by a Bullet seeking to desert, the crew’s motto is threatened. This boy, however, knows Lir and how to find him. The information the Bullet knows is the only thing keeping him from being stranded on the nearest island. Now Caledonia is prepared to find Lir, no matter the cost. She must lead her crew to vengeance without them losing faith in her.
The feminine power is strong in this one! Caledonia and her crew are amazing, fierce women. Though they aren’t pirates, Seafire has a strong laugh-in-the-face-of-danger feeling paralleling that of a pirate story. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves daring feats, bravery, and sisterhood.