In 13 tapes she unrevealed 13 reasons why she decided to kill herself each tape is meant for a different person who contributed to hannah’s death, and clay is one of them in order to like this book, one needs to get over the selfishness a of hannah and the way she over-reacts, and find some empathy for the character.
13 reasons why by jay asher (originally published in 2007 by razorbill this tv tie-in edition was published in march 2017 by penguin books) i have avoided reading jay asher’s 13 reasons why for a good number of years, and for several different reasons. A television review on friday about the netflix series “13 reasons why” omitted one of the directors of the last four episodes besides carl franklin and jessica yu (who directed two of them), kyle patrick alvarez directed an episode. 13 reasons why has 10 reviews and 7 ratings reviewer wiccanbat666 wrote: i hate this book and show like i’ve never hated anything i’m worried about everyone i know who has seen it.
Jay asher’s thirteen reasons why is the gripping, addictive international bestseller that has changed lives the world over it's an unrelenting modern classic clay jensen returns home from school to find a strange package with his name on it lying on his porch.
Parents need to know that this bestselling novel is about a teen girl's reasons for committing suicide, which she articulates in audio tapes she sends to 13 people, mailing them on the day of her death the book includes discussion of rape, voyeurism, underage drinking, sexism, revenge, and survivor's guilt. I absolutely loved this book what an eye opener in thirteen reasons why we listen to audio tapes that was sent to 13 people by hannah who committed suicide, to explain her reasons why first i want to mention that to all the reviewers who say that her reasons weren't good enough for her to kill herself, you're wrong. Bookpage review by james webb january 2008 readers of jay asher's debut novel for teens, thirteen reasons why , should be forewarned never has a page-turner of a book been so difficult to read.
In my opinion, 13 reasons why is appropriate for kids of all ages parents who feel that the book presents immoral behavior and exposes teens to the horrors of the sin of suicide are right, but also need to realize that our kids are already aware of the harsh reality of teen suicide. I leave this review with saying well done to jay asher i really enjoyed this book and it's a really well written novel it was only whilst searching for this book on google that i found out that jay asher collaborated with carolyn mackler to write the future of us thirteen reasons why isn't a love story it's a story in it's own little dimension.
Readers of jay asher's debut novel for teens, thirteen reasons why, should be forewarned never has a page-turner of a book been so difficult to read this may sound like a criticism, but in fact it's a compliment, for this is the story of a suicide's aftermath, and asher's ability to convey the.
Thirteen reasons why was a thought-provoking, page-turning read full of suspense i was instantly pulled into the story from page one i was instantly pulled into the story from page one check back tomorrow for my interview with mr asher.