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Thirteen reasons why by Jay Asheer

Genre: Realistic fiction
Rating: ☆☆☆☆☆, an all-time favorite
Total number of pages: 288

Review by: Jesus
My current book type: Realistic fiction: Characters different from me:character-driven;like to hear story’s.

This book is based on the story of a girl named Hannah Baker that committed suicide. Thou she is dead she left behind a really creative suicide note tapes and on both sides reasons. These tapes were sent to everyone that caused her to kill herself. Clay a stranger that had a crush on Hannah received the tapes and is confused why? Through the book so far we see his and Hannah’s journey and Clay’s suspense about where he plays the part in one of the tapes.

I love the perspectives in the chapters because we get to see clay’s and Hannah’s thought’s. I enjoy seeing how Hannah’s and Clay’s dialog is very different. I also enjoyed seeing the suspense Clay has while hearing Hannah’s tapes because it builds suspense. I disliked seeing how Clay never had the courage to speak to Hannah.

Three words that describe this book:
Suspenseful,Sad, and enojoyable