Jay Asher

Thirteen Reasons Why

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“Thirteen Reasons Why” is a young adult novel written by Jay Asher. Published in 2007, the book deals with complex and sensitive themes, including suicide, bullying, and the impact of one’s actions on others. Here’s a brief description of the novel:

The story revolves around the life and experiences of a high school student named Hannah Baker. After her tragic suicide, a series of cassette tapes recorded by Hannah before her death begin to circulate among her classmates. These tapes, which she calls the “Thirteen Reasons Why,” contain her reasons for ending her life. Each tape addresses a specific person or event that she believes played a role in her decision to take her own life.

The novel’s narrative is primarily driven by the perspective of Clay Jensen, a classmate and acquaintance of Hannah. As Clay listens to the tapes, he becomes a central character in the story. The reader follows Clay as he unravels the events leading up to Hannah’s suicide and grapples with his own emotions, guilt, and regrets.

“Thirteen Reasons Why” is a thought-provoking exploration of the consequences of our actions and the importance of empathy and kindness in our interactions with others. It sheds light on the often hidden struggles of teenagers and raises awareness about the impact of bullying and social pressures on mental health. The novel has generated both praise and controversy for its frank and candid portrayal of these issues.

In addition to the book, “Thirteen Reasons Why” was adapted into a popular Netflix series in 2017, further increasing its visibility and sparking conversations about mental health, suicide prevention, and the responsibilities of friends, family, and society in supporting individuals facing emotional challenges. The story serves as a reminder of the importance of being mindful of our interactions with others and the potential ripple effects of our words and actions.

39 reviews for Thirteen Reasons Why

  1. Ramya Kuttikrishnan (Verified Purchase)

    Book holds u with curiosity leaves a strong message how we treat others specially females, we need to be sensitive towards emotions of others

  2. Bipin Kumar Nayak (Verified Purchase)

    There is no words for this book. It deserves more than just 5 stars. It is beautifully written and brilliantly executed. It brought tears to my eyes. This is the book that everyone must read at least once in their lives. It teaches you so many things. It shows what bullying truly does to people. We get so many things from books. I absolutely love this book, and it is extremely dear to my heart.

  3. Aarti Paliwar (Verified Purchase)

    The quality of the book was okay. My friends had suggested me to read this hence I bought it. Just started reading it. I am on second tape now. Till now the story is very interesting and captivating. I would definitely suggest it to everyone. A must buy.

  4. Sonia Singh (Verified Purchase)

    This book is beautiful! I love the way you convey your real experiences into messages through a story !

  5. Prince Kumar (Verified Purchase)

    I think everyone should read this book once in their life. It tackles issues like suicide, rape, stress and teenage mindset. It shows how we never know the true consequences of our actions, how deep our words or actions may cut someone. Awesome awesome book.

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