Author of Positively Mine, about a secret pregnancy on a college campus, out now on Audible. I'm an avid Audible listener and a reader.
Suicide's harsh aftermath
There are so many memorable moments. For me what sticks is the absolute frustration Clay feels towards Hannah as he listens. And his helplessness at her fate.
They brought the characters to life and it felt more like listening to a movie than listening to a book.
My reaction to this book was what I expected it would be. There wasn't going to be a happy ending. We knew that from the start. Hannah was already dead. I thought Jay Asher did a great job showing how a person's psyche can cloud his/her interpretation of reality. Were things as bad for Hannah Baker as she believed? Or was she simply unable to break free of the negative pattern of her thoughts? She was in a mental health crisis and no one knew it. Unfortunately, this happens all too often with people on the verge of suicide. And after the act is complete, the helplessness felt by those left behind is unbearable.
I loved it!! an amazing audio book. great narrators with impeccable timing. totally worth it. I was completely engaged the entire time because I felt like I was Clay listening to Hanna
This is the type of book that is soooo much better with audio. It makes you feel like you are the main character going through everything. Don't read this. Listen to it. The plot is amazing and the story is eel written but trust me, you should listen to it. :))))
I am in the believe that suicide is learned .... this tells a story of why someone committed suicide. NOT GOOD FOR TEENS
YES .... Help teens to think through life .... NOT GIVE UP ON LIFE.
I like it... a lot but did not want that the average of my rate was changed
The content was inadequate.... challenge yourself with a book that does not inspire hate or revenge.
Kepp on writing!
The book was really well narrated. I really felt like I was going through the list of items and seeing what he saw. However, the story in general is just very depressing. So the purpose of the book was fulfilled.