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Thirteen Reasons Why

Thirteen Reasons Why - Jay Asher If you ask me, it's important with these kind of books. Books about anorexia, bullying, suicide etc. This book is about suicide. About rumours. Throughout this book I had a weird feeling. I wasn't sure if I liked it or not. Was it good? Bad? I still don't know. One thing I do know is this: it kept my interest. I just had to read the next chapter. And suddenly, it was over.

Hannah's 16. It doesn't seem that way. She acts like she's 12. I don't know exactly what it is, it's just the way she's described, she just doesn't seem that mature.

To me, this book was overrated. There were a lot of characters, considering this is a novel of just 300 pages. I also had to get used to the way Clay and Hannah were both in the book, only seperated by the italic text. Based on the writing, I would've thought this was the debut novel of [a:Jay Asher|569269|Jay Asher|https://d.gr-assets.com/authors/1243931536p2/569269.jpg], but since the copy I read was Danish, it doesn't seem fair to judge to hard on that part.

When I read the last four pages, I got somewhat angry. How can you end a book that way? Since I don't wanna spoil you, I won't say more about it.

I also felt like the 13 reasons were somewhat innocent - it needed more layers.