Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher | Book Review

I’m having some trouble writing a review about this book. Honestly, this was a great book and I am glad I read it. The way all the stories are related was nicely done, and the writing is really good. It’s a powerful book and above all an emotional book. The narrative is engrossing. While reading you switch between Hannah’s narrative and Clay’s narrative all the time. I don’t always like this kind of narrative because if you don’t pay any attention you’ll get lost. However, I think it worked for this book. Of course Hannah’s narrative is in Italics what makes it a little easier to read back if the multiple narratives confuse you. The whole tape recorder idea is a bit frightening but original, and…

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