Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher


  • Author(s): Jay Asher.
  • Language: english.
  • Publication date: October 18, 2007.
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ISBN: 978-1-101-53982-8

Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher


When Clay Jensen arrives home one day, he is surprised to find a mysterious package addressed to him on his doorstep. Inside, he uncovers a series of cassette tapes recorded by Hannah Baker, a fellow student and someone he deeply cared for, who tragically took her own life just weeks before. In these tapes, Hannah reveals that there are thirteen reasons why she made such a devastating decision, with Clay being one of them.

As Clay listens to Hannah’s haunting voice, he embarks on a journey throughout their town, connecting with her pain and experiencing a profound transformation that will forever impact his life.

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Publisher: ‎ Razor-bill. First Edition (October 18, 2007).
Language : ‎ English
Hardcover‏: ‎ 288 pages.
ISBN-10: ‎ 1595141715
ISBN-13: ‎ 978-1595141712
“Heavy but compelling. . . . Asher’s novel asks us to look at how petty cruelty can deal crushing blows.” —Miami Herald

“Wonderfully realistic in his writing, Asher offers teens and parents alike a great story on an important topic.” —Green Bay Press-Gazette

“It is a brilliant debut that will leave readers feeling a sense of remorse for Hannah, guilt for Clay, and hope for the lasting lesson of the story.” —Bookazine

“Breakneck pace and dizzying emotion.” —School Library Journal

“[Hannah’s] pain is gut-wrenchingly palpable. . . . Asher has created an entrancing character study and a riveting look into the psyche of someone who would make this unfortunate choice. A brilliant and mesmerizing debut from a gifted new author.” —Kirkus Reviews, starred review and Editor’s Choice

“Readers won’t be able to pull themselves away.” —Publishers Weekly

“Asher's ability to convey the anguish of someone who was left behind is truly remarkable.” —Book Page.

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