"Don't forget, it's the little things that matter"

Reviewing this book first because it was the closets book to me when writing this. Hope you guys enjoy!

Thirteen Reasons Why

Author: Jay Asher
Page: 288
Genre: Fiction
Intended Audience: Young Adults

This story may be fictional but can feel so realistic. There are points in this story which you can relate to. It can literally describe feelings or conflict so well.The main character, Clay, receives a bunch of tapes claimed to be made by a girl, Hannah, that committed suicide. He goes off into the night going around town trying to figure out how he got himself into this mess. All while listening to the tapes. Hannah lists people and explains how they have caused her death. She calls it the "snowball effect". All of this is told in a short amount of time.

It can feel so real sometimes because rumors are spread and they can sometimes ruin lives. This book brings awareness in the harms of gossip and lying. And the turn out of all this mess came down to the worst solution, suicide. She did try to get help but to me she did not try hard enough. She could have told her parents or she could have directly asked a teacher who cared. But I can understand that sometimes your feelings and your troubles become to overbearing to even think and all your left with is that there is no way out.

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Just want to let you all know that the second paragraph was mainly my opinion and interpretation. AND if you ever need anything I am here for you and the community of WHI is here for you. Literally WHI provides a hotline for those who need help

Rating: 4/5
Recommended: Anyone who is open minded

Au Revoir

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