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Thirteen Reasons Why

por Jay Asher

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When high school student Clay Jenkins receives a box in the mail containing thirteen cassette tapes recorded by his classmate Hannah, who committed suicide, he spends a bewildering and heartbreaking night crisscrossing their town, listening to Hannah's voice recounting the events leading up to her death.… (mais)
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I found it pretty compelling. In the beginning Hannah’s thirst for vengeance is strangely satisfying. She is angry and bitter and she doesn't give a fuck. But then, why should she? She’s dead, after all.
But then, the more the story progresses, the more that bitterness turns into helplessness. And it’s not revenge anymore, it’s a cry for help, delivered too late. I think the message in this book is important. You don’t know how your action affects the others. ( )
  mariu911 | Sep 6, 2021 |
The main character is Hannah in this book, and we can know she has not been in the world from beginning. Hannah recorded 7 of tapes before suicide, which describe, and sent to each main character in the content in order.

At first, I thought 7 tapes would have a clear connection with Hannah's death, but it’s not completely like this. Some of the people didn't notice they hurt Hannah, and maybe this made Hannah fall to pieces. And it made me notice, maybe we sometimes have accidentally hurt someone.

In my opinion, Hannah suicide which is not the good choice, she thought it was the best choice for her then, but we can't say that she just too weak to face the problem. What if the similar situation happens someday? I think this book can make people think over and over, the situation that we can't get help need to be solved, maybe somewhere in different characters still have something that worth to change!

I won't say that I like the book, but maybe it's writing technique and the detailed words that made me feel I was under the same circumstance, and the vivid description made me as if I had had the same feeling of theirs. However, the content that long and heavy also let me chose whether keep reading or stop. ( )
  20209peiyun | Aug 30, 2021 |
Q: How did you decide on Hannah’s thirteen reasons?
A: I first quizzed my wife and my female writing partners about what high school was like for them. We spoke about experiences that, at the time, they didn’t think they’d ever get over – as well as some they never have gotten over. ( )
  Seayla2020 | Aug 22, 2021 |
What's to say about this book? I went into a bit of a funk after reading it, and am concerned that it was the penultimate novel in my YA class--way to end on a downer.

This book, however, is a prime example of the irony of voice in YA lit. Probably my only complaint is that the insight that Hannah yields seems more likely from someone with distance, perspective.

Remarked in class today that a YA book hasn't affected me emotionally like this since I read Bridge to Terebithia when I was ten. A good one, but challenging. ( )
  allan.nail | Jul 11, 2021 |
I downloaded the audio version of this book this morning, partly because I need practice downloading e-audio books so I can show customers how to at my library, partly because I had heard it was very good and had recently listened to and enjoyed another book by the same author, and partly because I had the day off, so why not? Pretty much from the first chapter, I was transfixed. I listened to it while I put away clean laundry, did dishes, went for a walk, ran errands in the car, cooked, and a variety of other things. But a few times, I just sat, and listened, and wept. Listening to this book seemed to fit well with the premise, of a girl (Hannah Baker) who has committed suicide and left behind tapes for the people involved in her "Thirteen Reasons Why" to listen to, and I think I wound up almost as upset by them as Clay Jensen, who narrates the story as he listens to the tapes. And like Clay, I couldn't stop listening, until all six and a half hours of Hannah's story were through.

Jay Asher has given readers (and listeners) a whole lot to chew on here. As Hannah says (and apparently 2,059 people on Goodreads have "liked" this quote):

“You don’t know what goes on in anyone’s life but your own. And when you mess with one part of a person’s life, you’re not messing with just that part. Unfortunately, you can’t be that precise and selective. When you mess with one part of a person’s life, you’re messing with their entire life. Everything. . . affects everything.”

I wonder what teens make of this book, and whether it might be almost dangerously heavy subject matter for some. All of the issues surrounding suicide come up here--the thoughtless (and sometimes cruel) things said and done, the missed opportunities to reach out and help that add up to someone's world closing in on them, but also the suicidal person's responsibility for (in this case) herself and to the people who care about her.

I could go on, but suffice it to say that Jay Asher has accomplished something major with this book (his first). Is it perfect? No. He went too far in ways that undercut the narrative occasionally, and the ending was neater than seemed warranted by all that came before. I worry too, that a depressed teenager might miss the parts about responsibility and reaching out to the people who DO care, and only get carried away with the idea of having the last word. But I have to choose the "it was amazing" that 5 stars means on Goodreads because, mostly, it was. ( )
  CaitlinMcC | Jul 11, 2021 |
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Clay Jensen receives a package of tapes in the mail with no return address from one of his classmates Hannah baker who had killed herself two weeks before as he struggles to hear the tapes of Hannah he also follows this map that Hannah had put in his locker a week before she committed Suicide as clay travels star to star he hears the stories of people who have hurt Hannah. And drove her to kill herself you only hear the tapes if you had something to do with it so if you don't pass the tapes on they will be release to everyone clay listens to the tapes and he fails to see who he can trust person by person clay has some type of incounterment with everyone else on the tapes and trays to help Hannah out with the last tape she couldn't get around to
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But if I wanted a reminder, I could’ve made copies of the tapes or saved the map. But I never want to hear those tapes again, though her voice will never leave my head. And the houses, the streets, and the high school will always be there to remind me.
I hope you’re ready, because I’m about to tell you the story of my life. More specifically, why my life ended. And if you’re listening to these tapes, you’re one of the reasons why.
I would have helped her if she’d only let me. I would have helped her because I want her to be alive.
Who am I going to see today? Besides me, eight people at this school have already listened to the tapes. Eight people, today, are waiting to see what the tapes have done to me. And over the next week or so, as the tapes move on, I’ll be doing the same to the rest of them.
''After all, how often do we get a second chance?''
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