Bonfire Chronicles Book Two
Publisher: Wild Thorn Publishing
Date of Publication: 10-10-2013
Cover Artist: Phatpuppyart
The global infrastructure that allows humans and supernaturals to coexist is under threat. A breakdown of this carefully maintained system erupts into worldwide chaos and could eventually lead to Armageddon.
Code Uprising is activated.
The power of the supernatural world shifts from the city councils to Bonfire Academy and the other elite paranormal preps. Now, the staff and students must follow the code, however deadly the ramifications, to return power to the city sovereigns in order to prevent an apocalypse.
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About the Author:
Imogen Rose is the author of the bestselling series, the 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 lived in several places, counting London among her favorites. She moved to New Jersey in 2001. A self-confessed Hermès addict, Imogen freely admits to being obsessed with Kurt Cobain. She enjoys shopping, traveling, watching movies, and hanging out with her family, friends, and Chihuahua.
Warning, I have not read any previous books of this series or connected series, so I may give away things I would not normally do, because I do not know what happened in those other books. So I may have spoilers and not know it.
I was a bit lost at first in this book, and that is completely my own fault, as I had not read any other books in this series, or the connected series, I guess all the different series are connected. That being said, I did catch on enough to enjoy it for sure. I liked the switching of the point of views from Flaustine, and Cordelia. I found I liked Flaustine more at first, and finally warmed up to Cordelia after a bit. I guess I got used to being in Flaustine’s head, but I did find Flaustine a bit annoying at times, especially when she was so wimpy about the spiders and she is a demon, come on! That was just annoying, lol. Besides the immature nature of Flaustine, I did like her for the most part.
I really want to go back and read previous books too, want to dig into that past of Cordelia and Jagger who sounds hot and so sweet. So I will be looking into them eventually.
I enjoyed the excitement of the action of this story and how it kept me on the edge of my seat pretty much for the whole book. Even though I was clueless to who was who, and what everyone was in the supernatural world I still loved this story.
I guess the hardest part for me was keeping so many characters straight in my head, which normally would not be a problem as I assume most these characters were introduced slowly through all those other books. But I did it, thanks to my great memory, lol.
I highly recommend this book and the rest that are connected, since I bet they are just as good as this one. It’s a great unique world the author has created, and I loved it.
If you like the paranormal and the different supernatural species then you will love this. Seems a few I never heard of in this, maybe just creations by the author, like Wanderers, not sure what they are, but they can teleport, but they call it wander here or there, etc.
5 out of 5 stars for me. Highly recommended
I was given a copy of this book from the author for my honest review.
Imogen Rose books- Reading Order
If you are reading both series:
Portal Chronicles only:
5. Fusion (to be published)
Bonfire Chronicles only:
He felt as dead as she looked. With each blow to her lifeless body, he felt his sanity ooze, drop after drop, into the pool of her blood. She was dead. Her only hope now was the guy who had stolen her from him.
The knock on the door filled Quinn with loathsome fury. Had he not already been in his demon form, he’d have transformed because the person on the other side of the door deserved what he had unwillingly subjected Cordelia to.
He flung the door open, growling at the winter faery who was keeping Cordelia’s heart beating. Jagger swept past Quinn to the corner of the room, kneeling down beside Cordelia’s torn-up body. His pale winter hue darkened. He shot to his feet, bringing up his leg and slammed his foot into Quinn’s stomach.
Quinn fell back in surprise, his demon exterior not so much as reddening as a result, but he felt on the verge of losing it and tearing Jagger’s head right off of his fey neck. But he checked himself. If Jagger’s heart stopped, so would Cordelia’s, and Quinn couldn’t allow that to happen.
“What the fuck, Quinn? What did you do to her?” Jagger’s voice was barely audible; his mood had turned from anger to desperation as he looked at the body on the floor again.
Quinn transformed back into his human form, revealing a mess of injuries and broken bones. “I had no choice. It was this or death.”
“Or death? She is dead, you moron!”
“No, she isn’t. Her heart is still beating.”
“Only because I’m beating it for her,” Jagger muttered.
“Only because I’m letting you beat it for her,” Quinn said quietly.
“She needs a healer.”
“Wander her back to the Academy. But hurry. Potomal’s team is on their way and will be here soon to collect her.”
“A Wanderer working with Katerina.” Quinn winced at the stabs of pain his human body was unable to dampen.
“What about you? What happened?”
“Cordelia didn’t go down without a fight, but never mind that. I’ll heal. I need you to beat me to within an inch of my life. Here, use this.” He handed Jagger a tire iron.
“Much as I would love to beat the hell out of you, why? If you’re afraid of what they’ll do to you when they find out you let Cordelia escape, why not just come back to the Academy?”
“No time. Plus, the best way for me to protect Cordelia is from the inside. Hurry.”
Jagger glanced down at Cordelia and then raised the iron bar.
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