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Praise for Nerve:

“Teens will find themselves drawn in by the story’s possibilities, and unNERVEd by its outcome. Give this to Suzanne Collins’s Hunger Games fans.” School Library Journal

"The commentary on today's life-as-public-spectacle society is sound. The pacing is relentless, and readers will find themselves flipping madly to the very last page." -Kirkus Reviews

"Readers will remain tightly keyed into questions about what is going to happen." -Booklist

“Ryan’s story is thought-provoking and unsettling…the ending goes off with a bang and a twist.” Publishers Weekly

"An original, page-turning novel that offers a slice of pop culture that gives a whole new meaning to the trendy, reality-television genre." -VOYA

LA Times Fall 2012 roundup of young adult fiction
 

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The New York Times bestseller is now a major motion picture starring Emma Roberts and Dave Franco, in theaters this July!

A high-stakes online game of dares turns deadly

When Vee is picked to be a player in NERVE, an anonymous game of dares broadcast live online, she discovers that the game knows her. They tempt her with prizes taken from her ThisIsMe page and team her up with the perfect boy, sizzling-hot Ian. At first it's exhilarating--Vee and Ian's fans cheer them on to riskier dares with higher stakes. But the game takes a twisted turn when they're directed to a secret location with five other players for the Grand Prize round. Suddenly they're playing all or nothing, with their lives on the line. Just how far will Vee go before she loses NERVE?

Debut author Jeanne Ryan delivers an un-putdownable suspense thriller.

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25 internautes sur 28 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Must Read for Parent and Teen 15 septembre 2012
Par CrazyMom - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
***If you have teenage children you need to read this book, your teens need to read this book, and you need to talk about it.***

I normally read for entertainment purposes. I don't look for underlying social commentary. This book could easily be reality in 2 to 5 years.

Vee is a normal shy teen that takes backstage to her theater star best friend Syd. When she tries to get the attention of a boy she enters a game called NERVE. The idea is you do silly dares to get prizes, the dare is broadcast over the internet and "watchers" vote on if they like you. The more watchers like you, the more dares you are offered and the more prizes you win.

The dares start small and silly, with a pair of boots as a prize. The prizes get bigger as the dares get more extreme and more dangerous. All these dares lead up to one live event that is designed to torture the player and dangle life changing prizes in front of their nose.

I sat with a nervous pit in my stomach for the entire book, experiencing either teenage angst through Vee's eyes or the fear of the dare. You clearly see how one can see something small and rationalize how the next dare isn't that bad because it is a tiny bit more than the last.

The company that runs NERVE knows EVERYTHING about the players. Things that they post on their ThisIsMe page, which is like Facebook, NERVE knows. Every time Vee went to a shopping site and liked or wished for an item, NERVE knows. It is just like what we do at Amazon, or when we go to the grocery store and they scan our "member" card. All that information is on computers. NERVE has access to any and all information that is on computers, including Vee's psychiatric records. The company that runs NERVE is a "ghost" corporation. They can't be found, they can't be sued, they can basically do what ever they want, and they let the players know that. There are companies that are overseas specifically to avoid legal action.

Teens need to read this to see the dangers of freely sharing information. They need to see how even a good well behaved teen can make bad decisions. There are real consequences for behavior that happens online.

This book is very well written and the story is entertaining as well as eye opening.
8 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 I was so hooked that I didn't move 26 juillet 2016
Par Reviews Coming at YA - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Much like Goodreads states, the main premise of the book is very Hunger Games-ish, but I wouldn't say it's so much like it that Nerve isn't original. There are plenty of futuristic, dystopian books out there that are too similar to the Games; however, Nerve takes the survival premise in an entirely different direction, and it's one that will have you finishing the book an hour after you start.

The plot itself is such a cool idea--with the Pokemon Go craze going on right now, technology is booming, so why wouldn't a group of anonymous, crazy people invent a game of watchers and players...it just seems logical. At first, the dares are simple--dump water on your head, command a coffee from a hot guy. Not too bad, even for Vee who is very introverted and overshadowed by her best friend and drama queen (literally, she's in theater), Sydney. Quickly, the dares begin to add up, and Vee is pocketing some serious cash for college, specifically an Arts school. But earning quick cash can't be that easy, right? After the coffee incident, Vee is teamed up with Ian (the guy she demanded the coffee from), and quickly the dares become more dangerous.

Vee's dark past haunts her throughout the book and plays into the dares that she is given. Without going into any spoilers, Vee has been grounded for awhile now, and she is just about to earn her freedom. But she never thought that her newfound escape would be so dangerous, so deadly. Ian is her protector, a charismatic stranger that holds Vee's attention throughout the remainder of the book, much to the dismay of Tommy, Vee's friend, who has a crush on her.

After a quarter of the way through, I was so hooked that I didn't move, and I had to finish the book immediately. The pace is so quick, and the dares build so extravagantly that it's impossible to go to sleep not knowing what happens. I dare you to try.
5 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 A pretty fast paced and intense story all the way throughout. 26 juillet 2016
Par Carrie G. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
Vee is used to being the one behind the scenes, she does the costumes for her school production and really wants to go into fashion. But when she feels a bit slighted from her friends she decides to do one of the easier dares from the online game NERVE never expecting it to get any views or be picked for further competition.

With the enticement of bigger and better prizes on the line though Vee finds herself unable to walk away when she's picked to continue on in the competition. Getting paired up with the hunky Ian is definitely not a bad deal for Vee either. But just how far will the pair be willing to go before they lose their nerve as the stakes get raised in the game?

Nerve is one of those books that while the synopsis sounded interesting I just hadn't made the time to pick it up. Now that the movie previews have come out I knew that I needed to give this one a chance since it looks like the movie will be a good one.

Taking place in what seems like not too far into the future as the technology is a bit more than what we have yet but getting pretty close this seems to be something that may come up in our reality obsessed society. Some of the book too seems to serve as a reminder of just how much can be found out about someone from just social media and online presence.

A pretty fast paced and intense story all the way throughout. The only thing really for me to not rate this one a bit higher was I wasn't completely sold on the ending dares. Looks like the movie is changing the action a bit so now after reading the story I'm looking forward to seeing this one played out on the big screen.
4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Thrill Ride!!! 6 novembre 2012
Par Jack - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Extremely fast paced, exciting, page turner of a book. Story revolves around a teenage girl, Vee, who enters a game of dare where she has to perform actions with the stakes getting higher and higher until the point lives are in jeopardy. Added to the excitement of the dares is that video of the dares are taken and put on the internet for all to witness Vee's exploits. Story and Vee's adventures are thrilling. Each chapter ends with a cliff hanger enticing you to read on until before you realize it, it's the morning, and you've just finished a great read.
8 internautes sur 10 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Is the PRIZE worth the DARE????? 15 septembre 2012
Par The Book Runner - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
What an amazingly, suspenseful, fascinating and morbid book! I had no idea what I was getting into when I started Nerve, but it reminded me of a combination of The Hunger Games, Matched and One Night That Changes Everything by Lauren Barnholdt. Weird combination, I know, but read it and you'll understand.

What dare would you perform if your prize was something you always wanted? Vee sees herself as the privileged sidekick to her popular and beautiful friend Sydney and subconsciously wants someone (Matthew) to notice her. When Matthew, the flirty male lead in the play she is fashion director for tells her she should be more daring, she challenges herself to complete a dare for the online reality show NERVE. What she doesn't know yet is that NERVE uses baby steps to get you to agree to more dangerous dares. They also have unlimited access to all your personal information which they use to both bribe you and threaten you with to continue.

Once Vee experiences the thrill of completing the first dare and is bribed into completing another with the promise of winning a pair of drool-worthy shoes she has had her eye on, she is sucked into the world of NERVE where EVERYTHING is in their control. NERVE is like a reality show where Watchers are the paparazzi and are paid in prizes to get the best shots of the contestants performing their dares. The Watchers are careless and dangerous, but necessary to get the audiences approval ratings. Vee finds herself behaving in a very different way than her friends would believe in order to win her prizes and to win the respect of her friends who are paying to watch her.

At first, it is fun, and working with Ian is better than she could have imagined as they share some chemistry, but the dares start to get scary and dangerous and even life threatening. It becomes all Lord of the flies and sadistic entertainment and she finds herself desperate for her old life back.

This was really well written being creepy, suspenseful and poignant, but also realistic, romantic, and fun (at least at first). It is a book you think about even when it is over as it has a lot to do with privacy and what we are willing to put on line for people to see and potentially use against us. Fascinating!

There is occasional language especially towards the end when the dares get more dangerous (b-word, f-word, a-hole), no sex, some kissing, underage drinking, a lesbian couple, and very dangerous situations.

Would I/Did I buy it? Yes (ARC $8.00)
Would I read it again? Yes
Would I recommend it to friends? Yes!
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