But then NERVE takes it way to far and puts a bunch of characters in a small room and gives each of them a gun. To go to a coffee shop and dump a bottle of water over he Find all of my reviews at: Nerve was thrilling, exhilarating and kept me reading for hours, not wanting to put the book down. Why is it always so much harder to write a review for a book you absolutely adored? I would have been happier if they were just teammates and weren’t thrown into being something more. For more of my reviews, visit my blog at Xpresso Reads
I would have been happier if they were just teammates and weren’t thrown into being something more. Automatic update in NERVE is a new game. But the main character still had the personality of a paper bag and the excitement of the dares just seems to fall flat on paper, not to mention the insta-love was so high and so fast that I needed a seatbelt to keep up with it. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Also, the epilogue suggesting that they become celebrities was outlandish considering NERVE felt like it had a pretty niche American teenage audience. Even though it isn’t the most well-written movie of the year or anything, the movie’s primary demographic of teenagers might actually take away something useful regarding how their Internet behavior affects people in the real world.
I absolutely am head over heels for this book!
Like a 5 star book. Vee has awesome sense of humor. A total of films including 20 domestic films premiered through Decemberaccording to Film Center Serbia. Hardcover1st Editionpages.
Sep 9, Rating: El final es otro mehhh. Like one of its daredevils hanging one-handed from skyscraper scaffolding, Nerve mostly manages to maintain its precarious balance of pulpy suspense and social commentary.
Nerve by Jeanne Ryan
An original screenplay with plenty of suspense and suspicion kept me entertained. Patents, Trademarks, Copyright Law: And God is this ending so unsatisfying. This girl was petlaj.
Izzy Book Queen I was just wondering that.
Dave Franco is all smiles and charm; you want to go on this dangerous ride with him. 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.
Its such a daring and awesome …more I was just wondering that. Is there a sequel for Nerve? What was I expecting? Things get bloody and deadly when she and Ian has to face the five other players in a secret daring set of games to win the grandest prize of their life.
Nerve is a dizzyingly of-the-moment good time, a dystopian meet-cute in present-day New York. It kept my attention from the beginning and the story moved along at a great pace that held my interest until the very last page. And therefore I would like more. More like for fans of.
There’s a million other ways to handle a situation like this and grounding isn’t one of them. Getting paired up with the hunky Ian is definitely not a bad deal for Vee either. Although I have some ideas where a sequel could go, there’s nothing officially in the works.
It is not one of my favorite books but I think I will re-read it some day. Matthew Meyer as Boyfriend.
What starts out as a pretty accurate portrayal of teenager’s online habits these days and a very well presented one at that soon takes it a step further, like in a somewhat friendly Black Mirror episode.
Diana Kolsky as Girlfriend. I do not know exactly what Vee for girl is. Jonny Beauchamp as Gatekeeper. I was hoping things would get crazy and would be more off the wall events like Lauren Oliver’s Panicbut nope. Generally, I felt like the speed of the book picked up well for a thriller, but I have to admit that I found the first pages rather boring. In some ways it reminded me of Hunger Games freaking amazing!!!
It was super fast paced and I ended up devouring it in one sitting. I also enjoyed the beginning of this story.
Kind of liked it, but kind of didn’t. I missed this movie when it was in the cinema, so letlja I saw it in the library I thought I would pick it up to read before I eventually saw the film! I really do not know. I loved how the author combined social networking site’s think facebook!