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[ Pdf The Candidates µ human-resources PDF ] by Inara Scott  Dancia Lewis Has A Secret Problem Whenever She Sees Someone Threaten A Person She Cares About, It S A DisasterCars Skid Structures Collapse Usually Someone Gets Hurt So Dancia Does All She Can To Avoid Getting Close To Anyone, Hoping To Suppress Her Powers And Stay Under The Radar But When Recruiters From The Prestigious Delcroix Academy Offer Her A Scholarship, She Accepts After All, It S A School For Diplomats Kids And Prodigies, Not B Students With Uncontrollable Telekinetic Tendencies Or Is It This Captivating Debut, The First In A Series, Puts A Paranormal Twist On Private School I really wanted to like this book I love the whole X men feel to it The writing had a nice flow to it, little slow at times but still not a problem So why only 1 star Because Jesus H Christ on a crutch How fucking naive can Dancia be Here s a helpful hint for the author, you want me to relate and cheer for the MC Then don t make her an idjit Now Jack loved Jack HE was the smart one But Dancia Hell, you let a guy that s half ass good looking pay her a little attention and her brain slides right out of her head and lands at her feet as a pile of excrement She choose Cam over Jack Are you friggen insane Cam.
the guy that s been watching and lying to her the whole time The guy that has been using powers of persuasion on her the whole time Not, I repeat, NOT the guy that showed her the truth, that was a true friend for her Not the guy that was there for her Okay first off, how awesome is Dancia s Grandma Is that lady not an infinite pool of in your face wisdom I did not get nearly enough of Granny this time around.
As for the actual novel I thought it was a little slow at times, but there was a lot of background information that was presented I m thinking hoping that this is going to set us up for something extremely awesome in book two Speaking of book two, after the ending in book one, I need the sequel, like now The mystery surrounding the school is one of the main aspects of the novel that kept me reading I wanted to know what exactly Delcroix Academy was and why exactly they chose Dancia and Jack, when they were so different from the other students And even though we re given a glimpse of the secret at the end of t First off I must say that I love, love, LOVE the premise of this book I have always been fascinated by shows like Dollhouse and Nikkita where young individuals are trained to be kick butt superheroes spies the likes of, able to take on the world and all of that jazz But then throw in paranormal elements where those individuals are not only kick butt with their ninja assassin spy like skills, but kick butt with their ninja assassin spy like skills AND paranormal abilities, and you get a perfect combination this book.
When I first read that Danica was 14 years old I rolled my eyes, thinking What am I getting myself into Even as a young adult I am still a young adult right Peter Pan Syndrome panic attack , I oftentimes find it difficult to relate to characters on the younger end of the young adult spectrum because I find that they wo So glad I finally picked up this book out of my TBR pile The boarding school and the two heroes were awesome I think I m TeamJack though Excited to readabout the various powers the kids at this school have and what they re going to do with them.
WOW This book has just amazed me From the very beginning it was mysterious, keeping all the secrets, from me demanding me to read on to discover the truth At first, when I started this book I was a little skeptical I kept thinking that maybe I might get bored with it, but it soon proved me wrong.
Dancia is scared Scared for her life as well as others 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 the Delcroix Academy There she finds friends, love and most importantly herself I love Dancia Her character was one I admired right away for her selflessness She always thought of others before herself, and always thought of different ways to do things The love interest in this book was maddening I mean, two great completely cute boys and even I couldn t decide who to side with J My experience with books that delve into the realm of the paranormal has rarely been a positive one I always seem to get my hands on the books that have super lame, female main characters But, The Candidates showed me strong female lead characters can exist in these types of books Dancia Lewis was awesooooome 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 Her confidence is on occasion punctuated with moments of self doubt, but she always manages to pull through I think this is the kind of growth I ve been missing in so many of the books I ve read in the past few years with female main characters And, the fact that her newly confidence waivers on occasion makes Dancia seem real to me what young adult hasn t grown up experi From the onset, it s pretty clear that Dancia is supposed to be an average, run of the mill character that teenage girls everywhere should be able to relate to With her average, grades, average appearance, less than impressive wardrobe, and no money or classy possessions to show off, Dancia has pretty much resigned herself to a life less lived Except, although she seems unwilling to admit it, there is something exceptional about her She has an odd kind of power and can make things happen with her mind She doesn t understand it, she can t really control it, but whenever she ends up using it, bad things happen Dancia chooses to ignore her power and enters the big fat land of denial.
The Delcroix Academy recruits her She doesn t understand why Delcroix is supposed to be for talented people, and talent is something she s seriously lacking Still, there is no possible way they could know WARNING Contains mild spoilers, but this book and its plot are so stupid it doesn t really matter whether I spoil it or not.
The only way to enjoy this mess is by having a bleeding conjunctivitis in both eyes This is the supreme Fuck You to those of us who are still firmly set on defending the YA genre.
If it wasn t for several wonderful YA books I read recently, I would be saying goodbye to YA forever I would barricade myself inside myepic fantasy cabin never to come out again I would dig a 10 feet ditch and fill it with hydrochloric acid in case some Harlequin YA failure decides to sneak inside my cabin Come to think of it, I may also put a huge gorilla to guard the back yard Make that two gorillas.
With r Dancia Lewis has problems, big problems 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 So Dancia avoids using them at all cost by distancing herself from people in order to avoid hurting them All this changes though when recruiters from the prestigious Delcroix academy come and invite her to join the school, a place for rich, gifted children Dancia thinks she can t possibly fit in, but joins anyway, where she meets dreamy junior Cam, and makes friends for the first time 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 Just to get things straight, I really would have loved to give this book a one star, it was awful The only reason t

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