Tuesday, 21 February 2017

Nerve by Jeanne Ryan - Book Review

Nerve is a book about a game where you can choose to either be a player or a watcher.  If you choose to be a player, you have to complete dares where you can win things that you love.  If you choose to be a watcher, you have to film the players doing their dares.
Vee is bored of applying makeup and doing everything backstage.  Suddenly she decides she doesn't want to be her friend's sidekick anymore, she wants to be in the spotlight for once. So when Vee decides to join as a player, her whole life changes.  She starts off doing dares as a bit of harmless fun, but soon gets addicted and can't seem to stop.  They tempt her with prizes from her ThisIsMe page, and it all seems so worth it. Not only that, but she is partnered up with the perfect boy, Ian.


Vee quickly becomes a sensation with thousands of people watching her.  The dares become worse and worse, but Ian always manages to convince Vee to go on to the next round.
The game soon takes a terrible turn as the last five players are taken to a secret location for the Grand Prize round.
Vee soon finds herself with her life on the line and starts to wonder if any of it was even worth it.
Ian and Vee decide to try and escape before it's too late, but will they manage?

I thoroughly enjoyed this book and couldn't stop turning the pages to see what was going to happen next.  
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8 comments

  1. this sounds really interesting, one I have now added to my wishlist x
    #readwithme

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  2. Ooh, this sounds an interesting book.
    #readwithme

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  3. I'd heard about the film but I didn't realise that it was a book as well. Sounds like an interesting concept! Thanks for sharing with #ReadWithMe

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  4. Ooo I've heard about this book and I really want to read it! I've heard that the film is really good too. x

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  5. I've heard great things about this, it sounds like a very exciting read! Thanks for the review.

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  6. I watched the film and loved it! I think I will definitely have to read the book because they're always better.

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