Reading the novel, Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher was a very captivating and enjoyable experience. The story opens up with the main character, Clay Jensen, receiving thirteen audio tapes in the mail. Each of the tapes reveal a different person and tell how they influenced Clay's classmate, Hannah Baker, to commit suicide. The story has a unique plot to it, making it quite the page-turner. I would recommend this book to any middle or high school student being that it is entertaining, out of the ordinary, and emotional.
I recently finished reading the book Thirteen Reasons Why and I felt that it was a very compelling and engaging story that I would recommend to any high school or middle school student. The novel is narrated by the very sassy character of Hannah Baker. Through the book she is explaining to the other main character, Clay Jensen, the thirteen reasons why she committed suicide. This story forces you to think about your actions and how they affect others around you. Thirteen Reasons Why is despairing, clever, heart-breaking, and hopeful at the same time and I can guarantee that you will loose track of time while reading this superb novel about the thirteen reasons why Hanna Baker killed herself.
Hi Nook Book Club!
This blog will be used to highlight books that we have read, publish reviews for peers to read, and showcase any events that we are taking part in. So far, we voted on six books that we hope to order this year.
Fault in Our Stars
I Hunt Killers
The Pregnancy Project
Currently, we are reading Thirteen Reasons Why and Flip.