Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher was such an amazing book. The way that he used to narrators throughout the book, and manage to make it so I wasn't confused and scrambling all over the place to understand was an accomplishment in itself. This book touched me, and was emotionally heavy but was very well written. It's not a happy go lucky book, it deals with some deep rooted questions and themes. I love the way the words paint a picture and how you hear the story from two sides with the two different narrators. It's remarkably well done and I would definitely recommend it -- just not to those who are expecting something light and happy.
You connect not only with Clay, but with Hannah as well feeling both their emotions. The only reason this is a four instead of a five is because I loved it, but it's not something I would recommend for everyone. Suicide is a hard issue, and its something you have to be prepared for to read. I loved it though and definitely recommend it to anyone who is okay with the whole book being centered around this girl's suicide.
|My rating: 4/5|
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