Friday, April 7, 2017

Review: Thirteen Reasons Why

Thirteen Reasons Why Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Thirteen Reasons Why
By: Jay Asher

This book was emotional. It is a very touchy subject.
Hannah is a brave girl, who goes through a lot and in a way she puts her trust in the wrong people. She is a great girl who even when she thinks her "friend" might be using her, she still tries to think that maybe just maybe they can be friends.
Clay and Hannah work together, He is a great but shy guy. I wish he would of expressed his feelings to Hannah. Its like they have a connection, that they are both afraid to pursue.
It gives me the chills to think that the last person to receive her tapes couldn't help her in the way she expected to be help, even though he tries to figure her out.
My personal detail that I wish to add is that, I think it is hard to see when people are at there breaking point. I know it says how we should pay attention to the signs. But I strongly believe that before this book I would not have seen these signs.
People do changes all the time. Could you tell when people are down? Of course, But I'm not sure I would have seen what Hannah was thinking to do.
This book had my emotions on edge, I'm glad I read it and I'm glad I was able to be in the head of someone with such confusing emotions and learn that people ask for help in many ways we just have to pay attention.
I rate this book 4 stars.



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