Razia is in trouble. Captured by a fellow pirate, she now finds herself back on probation with a bounty worth zero credits. In the cold reality, she begins to question herself and everything she has been working towards all of her life--and what she's willing to do to reclaim her glory.
Conviction is the third book in the Razia series.
Piracy is a game. What do you stand for? (Goodreads)
Because this awesome novel releases today, I thought it was a good time to post my little review :) Definitely go grab a copy!
I've become a huge fan of this series over the last couple of books (Double Life and Alliances), but I have to say that this one really got me. I read the whole thing on a flight across country and couldn't put it down. I've always liked Razia/Lyssa and her sass, but it was really refreshing to see more to her character, including her insecurities, in this novel. I seriously felt for her, and liked seeing a whole lot more depth added to her character. And then there's Sage, who I am fairly certain is the most patient person on the planet(s). That, and her other friends, who really do their best to help Razia out, despite everything. Add to that a horrible antagonist, a breakneck pace, and the fate of all the pirates, and this is a seriously fun novel! Highly recommend to anyone who enjoys some space opera, pirates, Firefly, or Cowboy Bebop!