I read Thirteen Reasons Why not so long ago, and enjoyed the story. The writing was okay and it had a unique twist on a teen suffering with mental health issues, being told from someone else’s point of view. However, recently the Netflix adaptation has been released and watched by millions, spreading this story further.
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Thirteen Reasons Why is the second novel by Jay Asher that i have picked up. I enjoyed What Light, but it wasn’t my favourite YA novel of all time. I’ve actually had Thirteen Reasons Why sat on my shelf for a few years now, and the making of the Netflix series has pushed me in to reading it. I knew almost nothing of the story going in, just that one of the main characters lists thirteen reasons as to why she committed suicide. The plot didn’t overly offer many surprises from there.
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