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Author: Imogen Rose
ISBN13: 978-0985676612
Title: Integration: Bonfire Academy book Two (Bonfire Chronicles)
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Language: English
Category: Science Fiction and Fantasy
Publisher: Imogen Rose (July 4, 2012)
Pages: 416

Integration: Bonfire Academy book Two (Bonfire Chronicles) by Imogen Rose



Authors: Imogen Rose. INTEGRATION (Bonfire Academy Book Two) (Bonfire Chronicles) (18 page). The process took longer than the visual tests because between each smell, an odor neutralizer had to be applied to ready the chamber for the next aroma. He started with innocuous ones-vanilla, strawberry, rotten cheese. Then he moved on to essences that had been collected from various demons at the Academy. I wondered how they’d managed to bottle them. Mason maintained his relaxed stance during the first set, but perked up with the second set.

Read Online INTEGRATION (Bonfire Academy Book Two) (Bonfire Chronicles). About book: Are you in there? Dr. Marks yelled, making my head ache even worse. I felt so groggy and tired, too tired to be bothered with him.

As I looked around my new room, I decided that the staff accommodations at the Academy weren’t shabby at all. In addition to the regular bedroom suite provided to students, the mini apartment I was standing in also had an extra bed, a kitchenette, and a living area, complete with an entertainment center and a study corner fully loaded with the latest in Apple computers. Just last week, I’d been a student, and after a week in Paris, I was back as a member of staff. Well, maybe staff was overstating my position

The Bonfire Academy series is a prequel to The Bonfire Chronicles, which currently has only one book, Faustine. Integration bridges the time from the end of Initiation to the start of Faustine. The focus is largely on Cordelia, although many of the students are returning, including one in particular who generates much of the book's conflict. Trust no one is one of the rules of Bonfire Academy, for a very good reason. Imogen Rose brings you into a different world of the paranormal than you would typically expect. Cordelia is back and protective of Faustine. Quinn does a disappearing act and worries the mess out of most everyone.

The Bonfire Academy series is a prequel to The Bonfire Chronicles, which currently has only one book, Faustine. The focus is largely on Cordelia, although many of the students are returning, including one in particular who generates much of the book’s conflict. In this book Cordelia is now wor Integration (Bonfire Academy by Imogen Rose. Integration is book two of the Bonfire Academy series; this is a fantastic series that should be read.

Welcome to Bonfire Academy! Set in the foothills of the alpine mountains in S. oritz, this exclusive private school caters to a special kind of student. INITIATION is the first book in the prequel series (Bonfire Academy) of the Bonfire Chronicles. Bonus Chapter from IMMORTAL by Lauren Burd.

Enter at your own risk. Welcome to Bonfire Academy. My stories still entertain my daughter, Lauren, who is now ten and possibly a bit young to be reading this book. She continues to put up with me spending endless hours on the computer. As always, my wonderful team keeps me on the straight and narrow.

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ISBN-13: 9780985676605. Second haiku warning: A boyfriend missing A lover must pay in blood A princess must die. Welcome back to Bonfire Academy.

Publish Date: Jul 07, 2012. RETALIATION (Bonfire Chronicles Book Three).

Second haiku warning: A boyfriend missing A lover must pay in blood A princess must die Welcome back to Bonfire Academy.
Reviews: 7
Frei
If you'd told me two years ago that I'd be reading books that were not only young adult, but full of paranormal characters, I'd have called you crazy. But I got sucked in by reading the first of Imogen Rose's Portal series, which convinced me young adult didn't mean a grandparent was too old to enjoy it. It snuck in a small dose of the paranormal, so I was open to giving it a try when she started a series that was definitely paranormal. Now I'm hooked. Integration has only set the hook deeper.

The Bonfire Academy series is a prequel to The Bonfire Chronicles, which currently has only one book, Faustine. Integration bridges the time from the end of Initiation to the start of Faustine. The focus is largely on Cordelia, although many of the students are returning, including one in particular who generates much of the book's conflict. Some new characters also make their first appearances and shake things up.

I'm always impressed by Rose's ability to introduce and integrate new characters in an ongoing series and to craft an engrossing story, which is aptly demonstrated here. But what struck me as I was reflecting on Integration was that she's done a first class job of world building without me realizing it. When I think of a typical book in the fantasy or science fiction genres, I expect a large part of that will be describing a world that is much different than anything in real life, while having enough aspects of the real world for us to be able to relate. While Rose's world exists on the same planet we live on and sometimes her characters visit that world, I realized that what she has done with the Bonfire Academy series is created a world that is just as foreign to the world I live in as a story taking place on Planet X. None of the characters are 100% human. Their emotions, reactions, and powers are, at most, sometimes human-like, but more often not. Maybe the reason it took me this long to realize this is that their goals aren't that much different from those of a human teenager: Survive school, have fun, and find someone to hook up with.

**Originally written for "Books and Pals" book blog. May have received a free review copy. **
Kelerius
Omgoosh this second installment had me beside myself,chaos begins to unfold in the school people are missing or acting strange.
Riddles and rhymes being left no one trusts no one and it's a rule all the paranormals live by,for if they do not it could be the one thing that kills them!
Imogen rose is a brilliant author that has created a school of paranormal beings all with different roles to play but the most interesting thing Is how there are paranormal beings running the world in this story and it's written and blended so well I would love to see it as a movie or tv show.
The most exciting thing for me about this series is that it blends in with the portal series by Imogen and you see character's showing up in both books or you have read a scene that you know has played out in another book but your getting a hint at the back scenes of it.
Eeeeeeeek it's so brilliant and exciting and i just want more from this magical author!
Angana
Faustine has passed her training sessions and will graduate along with several of her new friends. Cordelia is asked to go to New York on a mission for Sebastian _(Faustine father) to see what is going on after a note is left threatening Faustine's life and a possible take over of the paranormal hierarchy. Cordelia had previously inhabited Mrs Russo's body and overhead some of the plans about the uprising.
Daiktilar
A lot happens in this book. Death, someone is missing, new powers and the plot thickens with every chapter you read and I'm left with soo many questions still unswered. You're completely hooked waiting to read what happens next. Glad this isn't the end though and I cant wait to read the next one!
Bajinn
You know that warm fuzzy sensation you get when returning to a series you love? That's the feeling I got when I picked up Integration. I read Initiation quite a while ago and absolutely L-O-V-E-D it. I loved the school, the 'trust no one' philosophy, the unique paranormal world that Imogen Rose creates, and most of all, Cordelia. So naturally I progressed into reading Faustine, and while it was a great book, I just didn't connect to it in the same way. Probably because I simply liked Cordelia better than Faustine. Hey, a girl can have favorites, right?

Integration picks up where Initiation left off, with Cordelia returning to Bonfire Academy to complete her internship and sort out her feelings for Quinn (her childhood friend and longtime boyfriend) and Jagger (the Fae hybrid with whom she's synched). Like all of Imogen Rose's books, the action starts quickly and doesn't let up until the end. Once again Cordelia is tasked with watching Faustine who is in being threatened by an anonymous and hostile paranormal, while also juggling her professional responsibilities and trying to locate her missing boyfriend.

Integration is shrouded in far more mystery than Initiation which I enjoyed, although having read Faustine first, I was always trying to put the facts together and figure out where the story was heading. (Given the opportunity, I would have read Integration first).

What I liked.... Cordelia is fearless and confident (despite nearly being torn to pieces the prior year). She's got a strong sense of responsibility and loyalty (despite her inability to do the right thing by Quinn). And although we are constantly reminded that paranormals do not experience human emotions per se, Cordelia exhibits strong feelings for both Faustine and Jagger. Despite being a 'new adult' we still get to see her struggle with jealousy, love and friendship. She's also got a great deal of spunk, which I love in a female heroine.

What I couldn't quite wrap my head around (spoiler alert!).... It seemed to me that Cordelia should have recognized that the Smelt was possessed and acted sooner, just as I felt she should have made some of the other mysterious connections more easily. I really wanted to jump in and give her a good shake when I felt the clues were so obvious! Fortunately, I can't dive into my Kindle though, because quite honestly, I'd probably never come back out.

Overall, another winner for Imogen Rose. With lots of action, intensity, and a highly original paranormal world, I look forward to the next chapter in Cordelia's story and am excited to see how it plays into The Bonfire Chronicles (Faustine's story).

* Note: This book is recommended for mature/upper YA readers as it does contain references to adult situations.