Thursday, October 04, 2018

The Indonesian Edition!


Anonymous said...

i absolutly love this book. It helped me through so much. I wouldn't have got where I was without that book.

Anonymous said...

April 22 ,2019
Dear Jay Asher,
“Thirteen R3asons Why” is a pretty deep. It somehow really got to me and made me wanna change our world. What gave you the idea to write a book on such a topic? Suicided!?! Why did you focus on suicide? Hi I am 17 years old, and a Junior here at Broomfield High School. I just finished reading “Thirteen R3asons Why” and I really enjoyed the main theme.
I liked how it focused on why you should never bully a human being or what bullying can lead to! The book reminds me of myself who was always bullied but the difference between Hannah and I reached out to my dad for help.
The book also focused on sexual harassment but I have a couple questions on the book like: Why weren’t parents involved? Also, why did the book end the way it did instead of telling us how Skye reacted when Clay went over and talked to her? Maybe it was because it would make people think more of what they are doing before they tease someone and make them run off crying! I also loved the way that when you read the book it made you feel like you were the one in that situation, like you were the one going through those things .
A kid like Hannah shouldn’t suffer, no one should . Lots of the problems Hannah was in could have been solved, for example, when she knew that there was a peeping Tom she have called the cops or called a family member. The problem with most people who commit suicide is that they didn’t do everything they could have done to get help.

Yours sincerely,
Katelynn Rae Kumferman