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eBook Thirteen Reasons Why ePub

by Debra Wiseman,Joel Johnstone,Jay Asher

  • ISBN: 073935650X
  • Category: Literature and Fiction
  • Subcategory: Teens
  • Author: Debra Wiseman,Joel Johnstone,Jay Asher
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Listening Library (Audio); Unabridged edition (October 23, 2007)
  • ePub book: 1842 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1268 kb
  • Other: azw lrf mbr lit
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 605

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Jay Asher got the idea for Thirteen Reasons Why at a museum Thirteen Reasons Why is his first book. Find out more about him at ww. iscomermaids.

Jay Asher got the idea for Thirteen Reasons Why at a museum. While taking an audio tour, he was struck by the eeriness of the voice in his ear–a woman who described exactly what he was looking at, but wasn’t there. Jay lives on the central coast of California. Thirteen Reasons Why is his first book.

Thirteen Reasons Why, Jay Asher's first published book, should probably be read in every High School in America at least once. Is it the absolute best book out there tackling the topic of teenage suicide?

Thirteen Reasons Why, Jay Asher's first published book, should probably be read in every High School in America at least once. Is it the absolute best book out there tackling the topic of teenage suicide? No. And I'm sure there are others like it that I have yet to read, but until that happens, I think this could be a very useful tool in our High Schools.

Thirteen Reasons Why book. Joel Johnstone and Debra Wiseman were absolutely perfect throughout this book

Thirteen Reasons Why book. You can’t stop the future. You can’t rewind the past. Joel Johnstone and Debra Wiseman were absolutely perfect throughout this book. The way they played off of each other, the way they conveyed emotions - amazing through and through. The 2018 Finer Books Club Reading Challenge - A book with a number in the title.

Thirteen Reasons Why is a young adult novel written in 2007 by Jay Asher. It is the story of a young high school student as she descends into despair brought on by betrayal and bullying, culminating with her suicide. She details the thirteen reasons why she was driven to end her life in an audio diary which is mailed to a friend two weeks after her death

Listening Library (Audio) 9780739356500 Fiction Young Adult Jay Asher Debra Wiseman Joel Johnstone.

Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher, read by Debra Wiseman, Joel Johnstone. 4 years ago4 years ago. Young Adult. Books A Million - Audiobook (CD format): ww. kqlhce. IndieBound - Audiobook (CD format): ww. ndiebound. org/book/978073935. enguinGroupUS. Powell's - Audiobook (CD format): ww. owells. Listening Library (Audio) 9780739356500 Fiction Young Adult Jay Asher Debra Wiseman Joel Johnstone.

Thirteen Reasons Why. Debra Wiseman (Narrator), Joel Johnstone (Narrator), Jay Asher (Author). Get this audiobook free. Get 1 free Audible book + 2 Originals. On the surface, it sounds like a horrifying premise for a read. It is a tough read at times, but no less important.

Thirteen Reasons Why will leave you with chills long after you have finished reading. Through Hannah and Clay’s dual narratives, debut author Jay Asher weaves an intricate and heartrending story of confusion and desperation that will deeply affect teen readers. Amber Gibson, NPR’s All Things Considered. Download the discussion guide . The New York Times bestseller and modern classic that's been changing lives for a decade gets a gorgeous revamped cover and never-before-seen additional content, including: An introduction from its award-winning author, Jay Asher; The until-now-secret alternate ending for Hannah and Clay that almost was

Narrated by Debra Wiseman. Thirteen Reasons Why will leave you with chills long after you have finished reading.

Narrated by Debra Wiseman. THE NEW YORK TIMES AND INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER SOON TO BE A NETFLIX ORIGINAL SERIES Eerie, beautiful, and devastating.

Debra Wiseman narrates Hannah's story with a blend of dispassion, disgust, and defeat. The interplay of the two is perfectly choreographed in this powerful audio.

THE #1 NEW YORK TIMES AND INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER**SOON TO BE A NETFLIX ORIGINAL SERIES**“Eerie, beautiful, and devastating.” —Chicago Tribune“A stealthy hit with staying power. . . . thriller-like pacing.” —The New York TimesThirteen Reasons Why will leave you with chills long after you have finished reading.” —Amber Gibson, NPR’s “All Things Considered” You can’t stop the future. You can’t rewind the past.The only way to learn the secret . . . is to press play.Clay Jensen returns home from school to find a strange package with his name on it lying on his porch. Inside he discovers several cassette tapes recorded by Hannah Baker—his classmate and crush—who committed suicide two weeks earlier. Hannah's voice tells him that there are thirteen reasons why she decided to end her life. Clay is one of them. If he listens, he'll find out why.                 Clay spends the night crisscrossing his town with Hannah as his guide. He becomes a firsthand witness to Hannah's pain, and as he follows Hannah’s recorded words throughout his town, what he discovers changes his life forever.

Comments

Erienan Erienan
This was a reread for me and I'm so glad I dived back in it. I first fell in love with this story in high school. For the longest time it was the only representation I had for mental illness, I connected with a dead girl because she had so many emotions I also shared sometimes to my own fright. Hannah's story is tragic and heartbreaking. The ending always shook me because she wasn't coming back, you had such a strong narrator for these tragedies but she wasn't going to get up and say ha! It's all a joke. She was gone, and that is one of the reasons I always came back to this book. I needed to know she was gone, that is the outcome of suicide that I didn't want to see at 17, your story is finished. Now as an adult reading it, it's still heartbreaking and terribly tragic and I still connect so strongly to this story. I loved this book and will always love this book. I read more into it now than what I did then. Clay was the perfect perspective to put it in because I can't think good things about any of the other characters, as hard as the tv show wants you too. The tv show has recently released on Netflix and they've changed so much from the original book and part of me wonders is if it's to make it make more sense. The thing is, suicide doesn't make sense. That tragic act doesn't have to make sense. It's sad and scary, and we will ever understand even with 13 separate and valid reasons, it still doesn't make sense. One this book did such a good job of showing is how small things, things we think inconsequential, can be detrimental to someone else. Something as simple as not saying goodbye given the opportunity, can change how someone feels. Now does this mean we have to walk on egg shells? No, that actually impossible. It means watch what your doing basically. If your having a bad day it isn't okay to take it out on someone else, we can control the small things so the big things won't spiral. This book will always hold a special place in my heart, and I'm sure once the shock of the show wears off it will too. I needed to reread this book, it's good to remember what we do and who we are matters. Even when you think you don't matter and no one would care, you do matter. You matter so much! ❤️
Morlunn Morlunn
I don't know what I can say about this book that hasn't already been said. I read it after watching the Netflix series, and while there are definitely differences between the two, the combination left me reeling. It is deeply moving, poignant, and yet one of the most hopeful books I've ever read.

The story revolves around Clay, who finds a box of cassette tapes waiting on his doorstep one day. As he listens to them, he is drawn into the story of Hannah, his crush that committed suicide just a couple weeks earlier. The tapes share the thirteen reasons why she made the choice that she did, one for each person that contributed to that decision.

On the surface, it sounds like a horrifying premise for a read. It is a tough read at times, but no less important. Her point of creating the tapes, to be passed to each person on them, was not to be cruel. It was to make a point... the point that how we act toward one another, whether deliberate or not, makes a difference. Any one of those acts can be small in and of itself, but they can add up to push a person over the edge.

Having seen the series and read the book, I have to say something I never thought I would. As much as I loved the book, I felt that the series really showed Hannah's angst just a bit more clearly. Admittedly, some of that was accomplished through changes in the plot and some details. Ideally, I would suggest indulging in both.
Vozuru Vozuru
I'm not sure if this should be a teen book or not. I don't want to put ideas into young minds or glorify suicide in any way, considering my brother chose this route at 30 years old. He was my very best friend and it continues to devastate me every day 15 years later. Suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem.
On the other hand, we do need to open this discussion to teens, but I just don't feel that the impact of this young girls suicide was portrayed as the immensely life ruining action for her friends and family that it should have been. Again, I'm just not sure this is the right book to impact the topic to teens as the devastating event that it is for all concerned. That being said, as a 43 year old adult who looks back on the days of high school and rumors and their impact on young people, I found the book to be representative of that deep hurt and troubling period for so many young people. This is a good read and a very page-turning, gotta know more, type of book. I would normally say "I enjoyed this book" but given the subject matter, I can't say I "enjoyed" it but I was drawn in deeply to the characters and the story and read it in one day (if you don't count reading half one day and half the next - it was really just one day of reading.) I thought the characters were well created, the book kept a great building pace, and the subject matter was impactful. FOR ADULTS (or well grounded, mature, and rooted teens) this was a very good read.