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From the time I started reading the first page, I was unable to put down the book.
This is a great book that helps you appreciate how comments or actions that you view as small can build up over time and seriously impact a person's life.
During the book Clay learns what was really going on with Hannah before she committed suicide.
It was ok. I lost interest a few times because I couldn't always keep up with the back and fourth of Hannah and clay talking.Published 13 hours ago by Brooke M.
Should be required reading in school. Shows kids how their actions effect others.Published 1 day ago by Ashley Selfridge
I love this book. It really makes you think, and the ending is cute; well I shouldn't describe it that way because that would be an injustice. The ending is... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Anna banana
The best book I have ever read. Kept you turning pages, even at 2 in the morning ;)Published 2 days ago by linnlynn09
I expected more out of this book. It was good however there were times where it moved slowly. It left me uncertain about parts and moves slowly at timesPublished 3 days ago by Katie
The book was interesting to say the least. I read it at a time when I was at my lowest and I could relate to the character a tiny bit. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Grace Black
Thirteen Reasons Why tells about the life of high school student named Clay Jensen. Clay is your average high school student, living an average life. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Bill Goodman
Interesting concept on how the book was written and it kept my attention--I wanted to see what would happen next in the documentation of this girl's troubled life and what lead her... Read morePublished 3 days ago by MHurley
This book should be put in all high schools. Although some parts were hard to read, and I'm quite certain that some parents would be opposed to having their children read some of... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Amazon Customer