The story itself was annoying, the writing or story-telling was great it was the content that was bothersome
I kept thinking something really horrible was going to happen to Hannah to make her want to commit suicide, I was expecting some sad dysfunction story and that wasn't the case at all...Hannah was a very normal teenagers with ok parents and a normal life, there was no reason for her to kill herself and then to send these tapes to give the people around her a guilt trip for the rest of their lives was not fair.
The were great, perfectly read.
I wanted to shake Hannah the whole time and tell her to build a bridge and get over it.
I listened to this book in one sitting on a road trip and it kept me listening, I think that speaks to the writer and the readers skill, I was just annoyed with the actual story, not the performance.
It had its great parts, and the first half of the book was really good, but then often seemed disjointed and mostly slow.
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