Thirteen Reasons Why


By Jay Asher

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6 reviews

Clay Jensen returns home to find a strange package with his name on it. Inside he discovers several cassette tapes recorded by Hannah Baker – his classmate and first love – who committed suicide. Hannah’s voice explains there are thirteen reasons why she killed herself and Clay is one of them. If he listens, he’ll find out why.


22 Aug 2017

I really liked the book it was engaging and I always wanted to know what happens next

12 Jun 2017


Made me cry so much

29 Feb 2016

it was very engaging and was addicting to read. i would highly reccomend it.

23 Apr 2015

This is such a beautiful heartbreaking story about Why a young girl committed suicide. Although the story is slightly confusing and slightly challenging, finishing it was a big achievement.

23 Apr 2015

I loved this book. I felt like I understood the girl as she told her story through the tape. It was a really unique read and I felt like my emotions were reflected in the main male as I was reading. So yeah, would recommend strongly.

11 Aug 2014

This book was over-whelming surreal! However, I think that this is more a parent book than it is a teenage book. Hannah is, no, was just a regular girl but maybe not so regular seeing as she committed suicide. There are 13 reasons to her death and you are one of them...

This book is an eye-opener to children and parents alike. Children of 13-21 should read this book to know what they should not subject themselves to. Parents should read this as a heart-opener to what their child might be going through.

A brilliant book but, I have a warning:


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