Questions About Thirteen Reasons Why
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This answer contains spoilers… (view spoiler)[ He didn't have a chance to save Hannah's life. It was too late when he realized she was broken, but with Skye he saw an opportunity. He understood her…more He didn't have a chance to save Hannah's life. It was too late when he realized she was broken, but with Skye he saw an opportunity. He understood her change in a different way. He saw Hannah in Skye and realized he could be the change in her life. It didn't have to be the same for Skye because she didn't have to be completely alone.(less) (hide spoiler)]
Jessica Ralph NOO! I had severe depression, anxiety, and paranoia when I first decided to read it. I thought, like I'm sure you are right now, that by having her…moreNOO! I had severe depression, anxiety, and paranoia when I first decided to read it. I thought, like I'm sure you are right now, that by having her read it she will realize she is not the only one going through things like this. However, AND I CANNOT MAKE THIS CLEAR ENOUGH, this will in NO WAY help her. Reading about a successful suicide will only push her further to the edge and reading the book in general with its negative connotation and emphasis on depression will only make it validate her depression even more. She will also feel that help is not possible, seeing as when Hannah asked for help she did not receive any, your friend will be detoured even further from asking. If you still think it might be helpful, I agree with one of the earlier comments by a user "Em", read it together and make sure she understands that this is one of the worst possible scenarios and let her know that you are there for her at all times to talk about anything. Primarily, you should advise an adult about the situation to ensure your friends safety, depending on how far gone she is, a book will not help to bring her back from where she is at. I hope everything works out, honestly.(less)
Tanna I feel like with most books that get turned into screen plays, the book is much better. The same goes for this. I first read this book maybe 7-8 years…moreI feel like with most books that get turned into screen plays, the book is much better. The same goes for this. I first read this book maybe 7-8 years ago and have read it a couple times over and really enjoyed it. The book is dark and intense and worth the read. They changed and added so many things in order to get 13 1-hour long episodes just for the sake of filling up time.(less)
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13 reasons why is about a young girl named Hannah baker she had a terrible time in high school so she ended up killing herself before killing herself she made 13 reasons why she did it. The point of this book was to prevent kids and teens not to feel so bottled up inside and talk to someone about what’s going on.The author was trying to tell us not to commit suicide or harm your self in anyway, to talk to an adult?
I have a few questions for anyone interested: 1. What was your first opinion of "13 Reasons Why"? 2. What was your favorite part of the book? 3. Was there any moment you would like to change in the book? 4. Do you think that if any middle/high school read it, would it have an impact on any students?
pls someone tell me what happened to bryce, did she get or did the rest of the girls get justice from bryce??