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Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher
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Apr 19, 2009

bookshelves: audiobooks, teen-fiction

The audio production of this is particularly good, with one voice for Hannah's tapes and another voice for Clay. I can see why the novel's been on the bestseller list, too. It really sucks you in. I watched a teenager sit and read it from cover-to-cover over a two or three hour period in the library just last Saturday. (I was in the middle of listening to it then, and I couldn't resist asking her questions, like if I was going to be completely devastated when I found out why Clay was on the tapes.)

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