13 Reasons Why Summary
The theme behind the book is bullying and in some way also the stigma related to suicide. Hannah Baker recently moved to town and is hoping to start over beginning with school. But she is plagued by rumors, revenge and other derogatory mental effects from other students. Hannah tried to get help to cope with these trials from both adults and students, but no one answers her plea for help.
Hannah commits Suicide!
Just before her death, she recorded audio tapes revealing what actions by others forced to take her life. As the book title states, there are thirteen reasons why she took her life. A guy Clay, who had liked Hannah was one of the 13 who received an audiotape. He listened to it and was disgusted by how much propaganda was spread about our dear Hannah. Then he also becomes upset because he did not confess his feelings to her. The novel concluded with Clay in a way trying to amend his wrongs by approaching a girl who he had always liked but did not speak too because of her reputation. Why do you think was the reason Clay received a letter? Get Thirteen Reasons Why for the full Story!
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