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A boyfriend missing
A lover must pay in blood
A princess must die

Welcome back to Bonfire Academy.
416 pages
Published July 10th 2012 by Imogen Rose (first published July 4th 2012)
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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.

Steph at  Starry Night Book Reviews
I loved this book; I can’t say enough good things about it, the story line is amazing and really pulls you into the book. Right from the very beginning there is something happening, there’s lots of action, romance and little surprise’s along the way. Imogen will leave you on the edge of your seat wanting to know what is going to happen next.

As all of you know by now I’m a huge fan of strong characters and Imogen nails it, Funny because you never thought you would love a demon so much! But I just
Barbulescu Diana
Yep, another YA with paranormals, but the series had great reviews on Amazon so I bought Initiation, Intergation, Faustine and Uprising and planned to read them in the order (order of events, not order of their creation).
I wasn't dissapointed. What I like the most about this book is how it brings new elements to the already-saturated paranormal universe. You have demons eating steak, and demons being pitties against shifters, and demons having sensitive noses...? and wearing Channel. Yeah.
This b
Romancing the Book
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Book provided by Bewitching Book Tour
Review originally posted at Romancing the Book

I will start out by saying that this isn’t my usual kind of book. So I was a little out of my comfort zone when I started reading Integration. I can say that I got hooked and read it all in one day.

I can’t really decide if there really is a main character in this book. Some characters have more parts as others but there really isn’t just one. I could be wrong because I didn’t get to read the f
Samantha Gray
I read Initiation first, then Faustine, now Integration and I think it is a great book! I absolutely love Cordelia. She is probably my all time favorite fictional character. I can't wait until book 3...I hope there will be a book 3!
I just want to say that I truly enjoyed reading this book. Just when you think you know what's going to happen something else comes and surprises you.
Rachel "Rai29"
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ISBN: 9780985676612
Publisher: Self / Indie
Pages: 416

Integration is the second book in the Bonfire Academy series.

Second haiku warning:

A boyfriend missing
A lover must pay in blood
A princess must die

Welcome back to Bonfire Academy.

I received Integration by Imogen Rose for review from Allison Potter and Imogen Rose. As with the previous book in the series, Initiation, this book had a great plot line but unfortunately the language used w
Cordélia est de retour à l'Académie Bonfire mais comme membre du personnel cette fois-ci. Elle sera l'assistante du Professeure Bern. Faustine est aussi de retour mais pour son année d'Intégration. Rapidement, elles se rendront compte que leur année à l'Académie n'en sera pas une de tout repos. Mason, celui qui a essayé de tuer Cordélia l'année passée est maintenant de retour à l'Académie, Faustine reçoit une menace de mort sous la forme d'un haïku et Quinn est disparu sans avertir qui que ce so ...more
Stephanie Ward
'Integration' is the second book in the young adult paranormal Bonfire Academy series.The book continues to follow the heroine, Cordelia, as she must find her missing boyfriend, protect those closest to her, and try to bring down the person responsible for it all.

This book is very well written and is full of mystery and romance, among other things. Although it is a paranormal novel that deals with a private academy for supernatural beings, there are a lot of deeper topics being dealt with throug
Chantelle Fourie (Odendaal)
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Integration (Bonfire Academy #2) by Imogen Rose

Integration is book two of the Bonfire Academy series; this is a fantastic series that should be read. I enjoyed the second book Integration as much as Initiation book one. Imogen Rose is one of my new favorite authors, her writing is excellent, story line flows well and the characters are great. I really enjoy Imogen writing and as soon as I was done reading Intergation I wanted to read the next book in this series.

In this book Cordelia is now wor
Cordelia is back at Bonfire Academy but she is now part of the staff. She jumps right into her apprenticeship and once again she has to figure out who is targeting bonfire academies students.

I really enjoy Cordelia's character and am glad she is the main focus of the Bonfire Academy series. I'm sure I will read The Bonfire Chronicles but not until we get through Cordelia's story. There is a great amount of mystery in this series and the action is right on par. The twists and turns always seem t
Mlpmom (Book Reviewer)
Anyone that has read my review of the first book in this series (okay I may have gotten a little fan girl with it but anyone who has read it or any of Imogen's work will know exactly why I did), Initiation, will know that I completely fell in love with Imogen's writing abilities after reading it so it was so big wonder that as soon as I finished the first book I dove right into the next. I mean after the fabulous writing of the first, how could I not?

And boy let me tell you, the prologue alone
Integration is the follow up and sequel to Imogen Rose’s first book in the Bonfire Academy series, Initiation. In this second book, Imogen picks up from where the story last left off. Cordelia comes back to Bonfire Academy to start her year as Professor Bern’s apprentice.

The book starts off with a very mysterious prologue that hooked me from the start. It had me eager to keep on reading because I felt I was finally going to get answers to all my questions from Initiation. Other familiar charact
Shy The WidowMaker
Imogen Rose has done it again. I have never been so engrossed in a series as I am when it comes to this series. I love everything about it and am always left wanting more. The writing is just amazing and she gets you so invested in the characters that you don't want to leave this amazing world. We start this book off by entering back into the awesome world that is Bonfire Academy. We are greeted again by Cordelia who is now actually a faculty member at the Academy and working as an apprentice fo ...more
Amber I. (AwesomeSauce Book Club)
A great follow up to the first book Initiation. I honestly love Cordelia, she is a princess who is beautiful and has so much going on for herself, and oh yeah she changes into a monsterous looking demon who has pus oozing out of her. No big deal..

Bonfire isn't a normal school. Its a school for a select few paranormal creatures, and it helps them migrate into the human world without causing problems and how to interact with other creatures. When I first read Initiation I really wasn't sure I was
Integration, the second book in Imogen Rose's Bonfire Academy series takes place a few months after Initiation.

And in true Imogen Rose-fashion, I fall more in love with these characters as the series goes on. I'm still convinced that Cordelia is my favorite character of Ms. Rose's ever. She is so multi-faceted and believable. One moment she is watching over Faustine, taking care of her, almost mothering her. The next she's a badass demon who is terrifying.

Then, there's Faustine. Who I first me
Oh, Imogen Rose. I love to hate this author. Two to four times per year, I lose nearly an entire night’s sleep. I blame her. I really need her to write a bad book because what ends up happening is that I’m up until 4am, sucked into the world that she weaves and feel hung over with lack of sleep the next day. She’s due for a bad book, right? All authors have that book that makes them cringe later, right? I was hopeful that this would be the one.

Alas, it was not meant to be. I ended up really enjo
Angela ReadingCave
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Floriane Huet
Je suis définitivement conquise par cette série. J'ai hâte que les livres sortent en français surtout que je les ai lu dans le "désordre" du coup. Cependant, ça n'empêche pas de comprendre et de lire l'histoire (enfin, il vaut mieux lire le 1 pui le 2, mais la série commence avec "the portal chronicle" - les chroniques de bonfire n'arrivent qu'en 5e position -je crois-).

L'intrigue de fond tient sur plusieurs livres (à quand la suite !!!!), et des événements participent à étoffer cette intrigue.
Michelle Book Briefs
I really like the Bonfire Academy series. The star of the story for me is Cordelia. I know that the Bonfire Academy series is the prequel series to the upcoming Faustine Chronicles, but so far I like Cordelia more than faustine, so I am nervous that I will end up liking the Bonfire Academy series more than Faustine's story, but I guess we wont know until she grows up a little more and I get to know her better. I just hope she is almost as awesome as Cordelia. She is by far, my favorite Demon. :) ...more
J.J. Bonds
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 be ...more
Liz at Fictional Candy
For this review I wrote down my thoughts before I started. Having read Initiation, I was very excited to get on with this book. I was excited to get reacquainted with all of the characters, and I had high hopes for this book. I was not disappointed! And something special if you manage to snag a print copy of this book, in the back there are character interviews with some of the characters!

Trust No One

Really, that’s it. That’s the only rule when you attend Bonfire Academy. Heck, anywhere in life
Great follow-up to Initiation. I actually liked this one a little more than the first.

Initiation reminded me a little of the Mythos Academy books, but only because of the boarding school setting. The characters were fairly unique and interesting: demons, fey, vampires, weres, angels, and wanderers. Unlike Doll Chrissy, I love reading YA and have a ton of YA books on both Kindle and Nook.

The story begins as demon princess Cordelia returns to the academy for an optional third year. As soon as she
J'ai enfin terminé la tome 2 des Chroniques de Bonfire, il était temps !
Un tome deux dans la continuité du premier, on reprend ses marques, on renoue avec les personnages ; une nouvelle année qui commence en somme.

Cordélia, princesse démon de Paris, retourne à l'académie de Bonfire pour travailler au côté de l'un des professeurs, notamment sur le cas de notre petite Faustine. Mais, encore une fois, l'année va être très mouvementée pour nos amis qui vont devoir faire face comme des adultes. Un
ntegration begins betrayal, but you don’t quite know who is betraying Cordelia. We just know it is someone close to her. We then jump back two years to the beginning of the Integration years for Faustine and Cordelia’s apprenticeship. She is excited for this opportunity, but many things from the start make her realize this isn’t going to be easy coming back. Mason has returned and her problem of having two boyfriends and only one she can really be with. As the years go on so do the problems with ...more
Freda mans
Oh, this is a good book.... even more so than the first, though you can't have one without the other.... The first introduces you to the cast and the second gets you into their lives.
I had a feeling things would turn out the way they did in the end, and it didn't bother me, I actually was more happy I was right. Usually it doesn't work out that way, but in this book it did. It also built up the suspense for the next book too, which I can't wait to read....
I do think you could read this book if
Jackie Sparkman
Very good continuous read to initiation

more action, more adventure, the plot thickens .... More characters unfolds , unexpected twist and people who do become allies ... This book kept my attention fully
Irayda Moran (Quezada)
I love the characters in this book. Of course some more than others but that's to be expected. Lol . I'm have to say the book is great when you feel close to the characters. I totally feel invested in what goes on with them. I even got teary eyed, and got totally pissed with Quinn. But I'm still hopeful he will redeem himself.
I love the paranormal world that has been created. Never a dull moment at Bonfire Academy.

So we are back in school and all the rules apply. Trust No One.
With the mysteriou
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Imogen Rose is the author of the bestselling series, Portal Chronicles, which has attained cult status within indie literature and become a favorite among teens and adults alike. An immunologist by profession, Dr. Rose published her first work of fiction in 2010. She now writes full time and is currently working on her second teen series, the Bonfire Chronicles. Imogen was born in Sweden and has l ...more
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Other Books in the Series

Bonfire Academy (2 books)
  • Initiation  (Bonfire Academy, #1)
Portal (Portal Chronicles, #1) Initiation  (Bonfire Academy, #1) Equilibrium (Portal Chronicles, #2) Quantum (Portal Chronicles, #3) Faustine (Bonfire Chronicles, #1)

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