taralovesbooks’ #CBR5 Review #50: Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher

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Cannonball Read V: Book #50/52
Published: 2007
Pages: 304

Genre: Young Adult

Hannah is a high school student who committed suicide. Before she did it, she recorded 13 cassette tapes naming all of the people who contributed to her decision to end her life and why. If the people on the tapes don’t pass them along to the next person the list, a second set of tapes will be made public. The book follows Hannah’s classmate Clay and his experience listening to the tapes.

I had really mixed feeling about this book.

Read the rest in my blog.

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