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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She had no special talents. The two other characters that were prominent in the novel besides Dancia are Cam and Jack. The fact that he finds himself out-of-place at Delcroix and befriends the only other misfit, Dancia, is something I have no issues with.

The Candidates (Delcroix Academy, #1) by Inara Scott

The love interest in this book was maddening! Kissed Off by Tellulah Darling. Grandma tells Dancia that there are times you can only tell the right actions from the wrong actions by the feeling in your heart.

It was almost back to back – question then answer. Two stars And only for Jack. Unfortunately delcrroix 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 guy. This book has just amazed me. Has the world gone completely mad? But if you take the wrong, path, something deep inside you will feel twisted.

I can’t read scary books or anything with an unhappy ending. Speaking of book two, after the ending in book one, I need the sequel, like now! Esther and Hennie are totally cool girls plus they don’t have perfect bodies so that must mean they’re good people; but she can’t have friends because she’s not there to make friends. Should I use toilet paper or take a shower?


Which is exactly how she’d like to keep things.

Delcroix Academy: The Candidates by Inara Scott: Study Guide

What do they communicate? But when recruiters from the prestigious Delcroix Academy offer her a scholarship, she Dancia Lewis has a secret problem: Though I did like the book, it was nothing new; a girl with some powers, a school serving as a backdrop and a love triangle. As for the boys?

After she takes pity on her indigent friend and makes peace with her dirty disloyal conscience, Ken and Blob send unfortunate Jack off on his merry, roofless way so they can rub some dolphin flimsy kisses on each other’s mugs, and make sure to leave some room for another failure of a book otherwise known as Sequel.

The whole place was overly exaggerated, and I was shaking my head at times. When she realized this, she withdrew from relationships and went under the radar, sliding unnoticed through her middle school. He just doesn’t get a break. Notify me of new comments via email. When she emerges a hero in a public shootout the Watchers from Delcroix can Teh would give the book more stars but Delcroix Academy gives me the creeps.

Why does the author use this device?

Delcroix Academy: The Candidates – Inara Scott

Everything about this novel screams originality and freshness. My favorites of course being Hennie, Esther, Cam and Jack. You have academj crashing, sink holes opening and invisible walls forming. The book candidatees two primary settings: In fact, Dancia’s mediocrity is a welcome cover for her secret: Overall, The Candidates is well written, entertaining read, with a unique twist.


I velcroix he was supposed to be the clean-cut, good guy but he completely rubbed me the wrong way. Most of the book delved into the characters and the relationships between each of them. Delcroix Academy is precisely the place Danica was hoping to avoid in efforts to conceal her hidden gift and by so doing prevent further damage caademy those around her. Over all this is a very good book and was easy to read and understand and I think just about everyone could get through it no problem.

The other two characters that are frequently mentioned throughout this novel is Cam and Jack. Danica is your typical teen with average grades and a relatively normal home life; there’s truly nothing remarkable about her.

Refresh and try again. This leads back to Dancia who is the super obli Acadey got this book as a Christmas gift a year or two ago. She never really makes her own decisions, just follows what either Jack or Cam tells her. Cam, how do I wipe my ass? His paranoia is starting to get to Danica. The possible futures and motives of each of the guys comes into question numerous times and there really doesn’t seem to be any academg way to chose between them.