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Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher
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May 20, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: favorites, depressing-books, sadness, boytoy, kindle, lovely, revenge, suicidal, tear-spatter-faced, secrets
Read from May 21 to 22, 2012

Took me about 23 hours to read this book and here are my thoughts:

Sadness. Hopelessness. Sorrow. Rumors. Gossip.

All things that are so juicy when you're on the upper end of these things. I guess.

But for Hannah Baker, she is stuck on the bottom end of this. Her tapes are her last cry out, but unfortunately, the only ones to hear it are those involved in some way. Poor Clay.

The first time in a long time a book has brought me to tears... The first time a book has brought me to tears more than once.

I highly recommend it.

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05/22/2012 page 136
47.0% "Stupid teenagers with sticks stuck-up their... noses... need to read this book!"
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