Thirteen Reasons Why



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Thirteen Reasons Why
Jay Asher

A teenage-detective novel on high school culture, identity conflicts, bullying and peer pressure. Hannah has committed suicide. Shortly after, her classmate Clay receives a package with a set of audio tapes. While Clay works his way through the tapes, the reasons for what happened to Hannah are revealed and he begins to see life at his school with different eyes.

· · 2007

Critical edition

Asher, Jay. Thirteen Reasons Why. Razorbill, 2017. 320 pp., ISBN 9780451478290

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  • Addresses current affairs
  • Award-winning
  • Silenced voices
  • Students can identify with the text