The Candidates (Delcroix Academy, book 1) by Inara Scott – book cover, description, publication history. My review of Delcroix Academy: The Candidates. A bright beginning to a great new YA series! Readers of paranormal, science fiction, action. : The Candidates (Delcroix Academy, Book 1): light edge wear to jacket and boards; Dancia Lewis has a secret: whenever she sees a person.
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What are the benefits of third person v. But when recruiters from the prestigious Delcroix Academy show up in her living room to offer her a full scholarship, Dancia’s days of living under the radar may be over.
I would give the book more stars but Delcroix Academy gives me the creeps. Fuck’s sake, girl, have his back for once! The fact that this chick can’t even use a little common sense and all it takes is for a guy to -look- at her for her to become a drooling pile does not inspire any warm feelings. Why I read this: Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Their interaction and Danica’s struggle with who to trust, including herself, and the choices to be made were wonderful. Dancia thinks she can’t possibly fit in, but joins anyway, where she meets dreamy junior Cam, and makes friends for the first time.
The mystery surrounding the Okay first off, how awesome is Dancia’s Grandma. Study the events of that day and discuss the decision the passengers made. But Dancia isn’t convinced. Jack seems just as much confused and lonely as she is, maybe they are the token poor kids. At least that’s how it appears to the majority of her peers at Danville Middle School, she’s someone everyone knows, but no one knows anything about.
Always living under the radar, never doing anything to draw attention to herself, she finds it impossible that she has gotten a full ride into WOW! You are commenting using your Facebook account. I don’t want to give away what his powers are, but I just would not trust my feelings around him anymore.
Delcroix Academy: The Candidates by Inara Scott: Study Guide – Novel Novice
The book was predictable after the first Overall, the book was awesome! Aug 10, Jennifer rated it really liked it Shelves: So Dancia avoids using them at all cost by distancing herself from people in order to avoid hurting them. There were certain parts of the book in which I enjoyed Dancia’s character but I did have a few problems with her as well.
Another mysterious boarding school where things just aren’t what they seem. I read it in one sitting. View all 4 comments. Whenever Dancia sees someone that might get hurt she has to save them, and with her strange abilities it’s possible, but people get hurt.
I would dig a 10 feet ditch and fill it with hydrochloric acid in case some Harlequin Aacademy failure decides to sneak inside my cabin.
My favorite part of the book was the relationship Dancia had with her grandmother. Now, i really didn’t like Cam, a too-good-to-be-true type. The other two characters that are frequently mentioned throughout this novel is Cam and Jack. Well, me being the lover of the underdog that I am, Jack had me from the get-go.
Delcroix Academy: The Candidates by Inara Scott: Study Guide
Even the hottest guy on campus seems to be going out of his way to make Dancia feel welcome. Aug 12, Mary Book Swarm added it. And it sounds like the second installment in the series is going to be worse.
Danica is your typical teen with average grades and a relatively normal home life; there’s truly nothing remarkable about her. Describe the choices he has made in his life. Since then, I’ve written young adult novels and adult romances of the category, contemporary, and fantasy varieties.
She has the personality of a dry leaf, the brains of an amoeba, and she’s insufferably whiny and repetitive. Delcroix Academy 3 books. This leads back to Dancia who is the super oblivious main character of the book also a Freshman like Jack. By Title Book Reviews: Love triangles became a common theme in YA lit thank you, Stephenie ; I don’t hate them–and I quite enjoy them if done right, but it’s certainly not my favourite plot device.
But she won’t make friends, cos friends are bad. In this case, I actually wish there was a triangle here, because a love triangle would require stupid Dancia to give her indigent friend, Jack, the time of the day.
How would Cam react? So why are they treating Dancia like acadeemy special? Goodreads helps you keep track of books you candidatees to read. He is certain that Delcroix is way more than it seems. Watching her and Jack Landry, another candidate. But as the school year progresses, Dancia wonders why she’s here, she isn’t gifted outside of her special abilities, and they couldn’t possibly know about them, could they?
The Candidates (Delcroix Academy, #1) by Inara Scott
So Dancia does all she can to avoid getting close to anyone, hoping to suppress her powers and stay under the radar. Kids spend their week days here and go home for the weekend. The attraction she held with both of them was great.