Book Review: Thirteen Reasons Why

Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher

Tell me that you didn’t think about the end of the book’s line will be, “and those are thirteen reasons why I love you.” 
I know I did. If you did, well, it’s not.
The story about this book is about this girl who committed suicide and she sent 13 explanations in cassette tapes to the people in her list. That list is the list of 13 people, the 13 reasons why she killed herself.

Clay received a shoe box full of cassette tapes with numbers on either side of them. Curious to why someone had sent these, he listened to it. He didn’t really know Hannah Baker, but he had a connection to her, and he had to know why he was part of the list. And in just one day, he listened to every reason why Hannah Baker committed suicide, and he couldn’t help but be sad and cry. He found someone, but he would never forget about Hannah Baker, the girl she kissed, the girl she liked, and the girl who changed him..


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