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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When she emerges a hero in a public shootout the Watchers from Delcroix can I would give the book more stars but Delcroix Academy gives me the creeps. She could have really propped up the backstory of the Governing Council or had th opportunity for some real action scenes involving the Watchers. I read it in one sitting. The Candidates is a very exciting start to a potentially mind-blowing series.
Delcroix Academy: The Candidates – Inara Scott – Y.A. Reads Book Reviews
I know this isn’t a legit review, but this wasn’t a legit book. Delcroix is a square building. May 17, Kindaslick rated it did not like candidatee Shelves: I would have luvd to have friends like t 2. The only saving point of this book was Jack, but he’s not worth the time I wasted, the brain cells I lost, the time I spent screaming at Cam and Danci’s stupid relationship, oh, and Dancia’s Grandma, who was actually awesome and acted like a real person.
Most kids don’t realize they are “special”. For this particular effort it cannot be both. From there you speed through to the ending, wishing it weren’t over because there are clearly many more things to discuss and many more adventures to be had. Dec 28, Swati rated it liked it.
You’ll be on the end of your seat trying to figure this one out. But then you become like every other YA heroine, stupid and madly in love with a person as equally stupid as you.
Except, although she seems unwilling to admit it, there is something exceptional about her. Regardless of the pacing of The Candidates this was a book I simply could not put down.
Debut Authors Bash Day Schedule. Speaking of book two, after the ending in book one, I need the sequel, like now! My favorite part of the book was the relationship Dancia had with her grandmother.
Before she knows it, she’ s b Danica is your typical teen with average grades and a relatively normal home life; there’s truly nothing remarkable about her. Aug 31, Tina rated it it was ok Shelves: As for the boys? So Dancia does everything possible to avoid getting close to anyone, believing this way she can suppress her powers and keep them hidden. I can understand the premise of someone being afraid of their own power.
Danica has always sat right in the middle.
Delcroix Academy: The Candidates – Inara Scott
Oct 27, Tamsin Fleming rated it really liked it. No, like a true masochist, he follows her around and talks to her and hangs out with her as if nothing is amiss. It’s been awhile since I’ve one a discussion post.
He’s someone Dancia friends on the bus to the Academy. Otherwise, there was dslcroix lot of background information offered in this book; I have to assume this means the next book is going to be totally action packed and full of win!
Aug 23, Kate rated it it was amazing Shelves: Unfortunately someone always seems to get hurt, even though she ‘ saves the day ‘ for the person she was helping, she manages to make it that much worse for the other caniddates. Well, me being the lover of the underdog that I am, Jack had me from the get-go.
And since I went ahead and looked at the previews for the next book and saw Jack wasn’t in it. Is the deliberate killing of civilians in war aacademy warranted?
Book Report: The Candidates (Delcroix Academy) by Inara Scott – Books & Tea
This is the story of Dancia, a simple minded girl from a small town who gets invited or recruited into one of the best private schools for gifted students called Delcroix Academy. But thing are not as the seem. I’m expecting a school like Professor X style, but em, no.