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Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher
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Mar 15, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: to-be-read
Read from March 14 to 15, 2012

I loved this book. It was really thought provoking. The story of Hannah a girl who committed suicide and left a series of tapes to thirteen people who she believed contributed to her state of mind. Clay is the one the story follows. He listens with growing horror at what some of his classmates have done. He feels bad about what he has done. Not all of them did big things. Sometimes it's the small things that matter too. The way it was written was different. It had two different first person narration. Her words were in italics and his were not. At first it was a little hard to read, switching pov's, but that didn't last long. I could not put this book down. I read it all in one day, finishing about 3 in the morning. I highly recommend this book. You'll be thinking about it for a long time after you put it down.

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