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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But Jack is poor. Overall, the book was awesome! Yesterday, we brought you our review of Delcroix Academy: I really enjoyed this book. Unless they knew about her powers, but how could they, she had never told anyone. Helps with the fast reading. Another character I had mad issues with was Cam. I really wish I would start writing reviews as soon as I finish a book because I am drawing a blank on what to say about this book.
I really enjoy action in my books and in this book th I really enjoyed the overall theme and content of this book.
But Dancia isn’t convinced.
She could barely even get through the day without swooning over him. Honestly,I kinda got annoyed by the female lead. I will definitely be looking out for the next book! Yes, hard though this may be to believe, Dancia the Brave puts her blind infatuation before her best friend. Scott has a bright future ahead of her. An estimated tue, —people were killed by the acute effects of the bomb.
Delcroix Academy: The Candidates by Inara Scott: Study Guide – Novel Novice
I was 14 once and I know 14 year olds— we were never that mature and aware. You are commenting using your Facebook account. My favorites of course being Hennie, Esther, Cam and Jack. Okay first off, how awesome is Dancia’s Grandma. Her confidence is on occasion punctuated with moments of self-doubt, but she always manages to pull through.
Could you sacrifice your own life if it would mean thousands of others would live? Sep 18, Savannah Books With Bite rated it it was amazing. By Title Book Reviews: I don’t know if she was just stupid or if he was using his powers on her.
Except that Jack seems to make so much sense at times, as well as when she looks into his eyes, and hears him talk, she knows he believes everything he says is the truth. Speaking of which, the name.
I was 14 once and I know year-olds— we were never that mature and self-aware. Just like the review has no purpose, the book itself has no purpose!
Book Report: The Candidates (Delcroix Academy) by Inara Scott
This is a accademy, perhaps we will find out in the future. She was supposed to be friends with Jack but she’d totally ditch him to pant after Cam. Here’s what I cannot tolerate: Return to Book Page.
Dancia’s life revolves around Cameron you know, the hot boyher hobbies, choice of clothes, WORKOUT she had to be in shape for Camher choice of friends only the ones Cam would approve of.
I’d say 12 to Oh, the twist I bet no one saw coming: We can actually relate to that delvroix of not belonging and not fitting in. Delcroi Dancia does everything possible to avoid getting close to anyone, believing this way she can suppress her powers and keep them hidden. Dec 14, Danielle rated it it was amazing Shelves: Anyways, I liked the book.
So, in case I haven’t made it clear: In the beginning, she struggled with low confidence, but over the course of the book she begins to grow into a strong-minded and independent young woman. Jul 11, Krystle rated it liked it. Dancia Lewis is far from popular.
However, the book’s redeemed by a well-written main character, strong voice, and good writing Final Grade: His character is a beautiful spectrum. How did it change your group? Tge accepts a scholarship to Delcroix Academy a rich school for rich kids with expensive backpacks and shiny pencils and off she goes. I liked the writing style and the promise of deelcroix plot.
I would have luvd to candidatrs friends like them. There is supposed to be a small romance, but I didn’t feel it.
While I liked Jack guess I go for the broody, bad-boy types, especially those with awesome powers and shady pastsI really didn’t like Cam all that much. Dancia is a great character, she’s trying to figure her power out, but she’s not whiny, and she learns in this book she has strength.
They sit together during several periods and he makes her laugh.