Friday, March 2, 2012

Puppies, a Coke and Thirteen Reasons Why

Not many books can make you realize how interconnected people are as viscerally as Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher. Clay Jensen, the narrator, returns home to discover a package on his front porch- he is excited about his find… but not for long. The package was sent to him by the now-deceased Hannah Baker, his ex-coworker and first love. Inside the cardboard box he finds seven cassette tapes documenting thirteen stories of the people Hannah blames for her death. But Clay was always friendly to Hannah, why is he on the tapes? Find out by reading this page-turner that brings us through Hannah’s tale in the course of a night. 
After reading this book, I feel like buying everyone a puppy and a Coke… so if you need a favor, you know who to look for!

Jenny C - Children's

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