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You can’t stop the future You can’t rewind the pastThe only way to learn the secret is to press playClay 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


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    I'm one of the very few people who strongly disliked Thirteen Reasons Why so maybe I should explain to you whyI hate Thirteen Reasons Why And here’s whyMost of all it glamorises suicideI'm putting this at the top because I can't believe I missed it in my original review And this is a controversial point because most of my Goodreads friends whose opinions I would hold up as gospel loved this book for its realistic and harrowing portrayal of teen suicide This book is one big glamorous monument to Hannah's suicideTo me it feeds the myths that a lot of teens hold about suicide rather than debunk them Let me start off by saying that all pain is eventually temporary When I think about the worst pain I've ever gone through depression painful and invasive surgery grief I thoughtn it would never end But it did And it always does Yes it will hurt like hell Yes it will feel as though it's never going to But yes it ends Eventually And you have to be strong and extremely brave and honest but there will be a day when you will look back on your worst pain and it will be a memoryThat is why suicide is never the answerSo what's the reason behind this bizarre obvious late night PSA from the brilliant mind of a bat shit crazy reader from the minority? hahahahaI think this book encourages suicideThere I said it I know it's a strong and sweeping and dramatic statement to make I don't think that Asher wanted it to be that way I'm not trying to accuse Asher of actively encouraging suicide or anythingButI have felt suicidal before Briefly never seriously And yet the thought that I don't think is that uncommon went something like this When I'm dead they'll all be sorryAm I projecting my own experiences onto this book? Maybe But when you write about something as sensitive as suicide I think that possibility is always out there This book encourages that line of thinkingLet me tell you emotionally wrecked teenagers when you are dead you are freaking gone You will never grow up You will never see your parents again You will never have another moment that makes you feel happy or special in the here and now You are gone foreverBut life will go on for those around you They won't be sorry when you're dead Or maybe they will be but you know what? They'll still be alive They'll still have life You won't They'll get to move on You never willBut Hannah Baker kills herself And it's a dramatic redemptive cataclysmic act Hannah Baker sends the tapes and she becomes the still point of the turning world She is Clay's Lost Lenore the beautiful and romantic and unknowable girl who will live on forever in his memory Hannah Baker kills herself and she makes all those people who ever hurt her sorryYou can tell me that 13RW is all about learning to help the people around us and think about the consequences of our actions I'm sorry readers I love that you guys could get something wonderful and life affirming and heartbreaking out of this book but I just couldn't get past the fact that it's Hannah who teaches these lessons Hannah dies and she becomes every romanticised suicide cliché the omniscient omnipresent avenging angel the tragic heroine And I'm sorry but that's not how suicide works As much as Asher pays lip service to the fact that Hannah Baker Didn't Have To Die well she kinda did Because didn't her suicide work out just great for everybody? Skye might finally get some of Clay's um 'help' The rapist was exposed the peeping tom was exposed every person who'd been mean or unfair to Hannah was exposed and made to feel so so sorry Everyone learns an Important Lesson and it's all thanks to Hannah and her decision to kill herself Hannah shows everybodyAnd I'm sorry but you never do That's just not how it works In many ways Hannah is the evil twin of a Manic Pixie Dream Girl but instead of living to breathe life into the dull main character Hannah dies so that she can breathe life into the dull main character and for all Asher's suicide helpline advice I couldn't help but see this as one great propeller of romantic and dangerous teenage mythsIt’s a clever concept but it’s fundamentally illogical Each of the characters have to send it from one ‘reason’ to another at the end of the book Clay passes Hannah’s tapes along to the next ‘reason’ on her list Hannah herself raises the fact that she’s sending it between some people who are guilty of a lesser role – eg view spoilerwhen dealing with a guy who raped one of her ex friends she sends it to a guy who enabled the rape rather than the rapist himself hide spoiler