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Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher
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Sep 03, 11

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This book is about a teen suicide which was caused by thirteen different reasons. It starts out as Clay Jenkins finds a box outside his house full of tapes. It was tapes full of a current classmate and the crush of his that recently suicide over drug overdose named Hannah Baker. As he looks through the tape, he finds out he is one of those thirteen reasons out of those thirteen people of why she suicide. The tapes are passed on like a chain so that if it stops, the second copy of the tapes will be passed onto public.
Thirteen Reasons Why is an inspiring book that teenagers should read because it talks about a lot of teenage issues that doesn't have to be related to you, but maybe people who are dealing with it in reality today. Over depression people could think to the negative part of the side instead of looking at the bright side where people are supporting you and trying to help you out.Everyone has done mistakes before where they would look back and think about it. As of Clay, he looked back at what he has done wrong and he wished he could have changed it but he can't because he already made it into his list. Well on the bright side, he still followed what Hannah wanted the thirteen people to do. Life has mistakes that could be mark as a regret.

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