Nerve (Movie Tie-In)

Nerve (Movie Tie-In)

by Jeanne Ryan

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Overview

Inspiration for the major motion picture starring Emma Roberts and Dave Franco—a high-stakes online game of dares turns deadly in this suspenseful debut

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.


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780142422830
Publisher: Penguin Young Readers Group
Publication date: 07/12/2016
Pages: 320
Sales rank: 199,662
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.20(h) x 1.00(d)
Age Range: 14 - 17 Years

About the Author

Jeanne Ryan lives in Seattle, Washington.

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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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