Commentary On 13 Reasons Why By Jay Asher

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The book thirteen reasons why, written by Jay Asher, is talking about a story of girl who suffered from bullying in high school. As a teen I may have believed that suicide is something only mindless people do, or something no one would ever do, maybe because I never really understood why they do it, but reading the book, may have given me another perspective about suicide. That is the main purpose behind writing this book and to show how the students suffer and get bullied every day in their high school. The girl will be through many obstacles in her life and it is not only about the high school which leads her to suicide at the end. First of all I want to say I have been suicidal after I finished the book. If you as a reader feel you can relate to Hannah and have any thoughts on it yourself. You should always look outside the circle of people you met every day, because life is worth living more than a high school and things eventually turn around. You only need to believe in yourself and be stronger. First off, I can really understand why the people are describing the book as a…show more content…
was so friendly to her no matter what. She treats Clay like garbage. One of the main reasons why Hannah made the tapes and the importance of him listening to the tapes is because he was on the them, his name ringed several times on the tapes which kind of made him the second main character after Hannah. Clay Jensen returns from school to find a strange package with his name on it lying on his porch. Inside he discovers several cassette tapes recorded by Hannah Baker (his classmate and crush) who committed to suicide two weeks earlier. Hannah’s voice telling that there is thirteen reasons why she decided to end her life. Clay is one of them. So Clay became the firsthand witness to Hannah’s pain, and how the tapes will effect and changes his daily

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