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    Thirteen Reasons Why

    In order to make an honest comment, I need to distinguish two things: on the one hand, the content of the story and on the other, the book itself. For the story, in terms of topics, I don't have much to say, because this novel tries to give voice to the story that many teenagers live or have lived, no matter if in part or totally. The thing that unfortunately left me perplexed is the way the author chose to tell the whole story, mixing the protagonist's present with the "audio" parts of the cassettes, because I found everything a little confusing. There are many missing parts or that have been omitted by choice, many information and many answers that aren't given to the reader. Most of the characters themselves aren't structured to understand a precise or logical dynamic, indeed, probably if I hadn't seen the TV series I wouldn't been able to follow everything easily. I would have expected something more, surely if the story had been better structured in a better way, the book would have been more interesting.
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    Painful..

    It was a little slow at the beginning I was hoping for a very sad and touching book and though it did not disappoint at all the start was a little weak. The story overall was very beautiful and I think that more people ought to read this book (recommending it to high school students especially) so they can see and learn what gossiping, lying to and pestering someone can really do to a person. This may be just a book but these things really happen in real life and many girls (and boys of course) have committed suicide simply because of what other people said and did. And next to that if you see someone is hurt don't dare to speak up and ask them how they are doing, it's only a small gesture but it could save and mean as much as a live. It was a very inspiring and touching book that really makes you look at yourself and wonder if you really are such a good person as you think you are and ask yourself what you can do to help someone who needs it most.
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    Loved it

    Great read, one of those cant put it down novels. Makes you really stop and think. Should be a book every teenager should read
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    Wauw!

    Oké.. Dit boek was echt heftig. Ik had eerst de serie gezien toen ik erachter kwam dat het nagemaakt was van een boek. Ik vond de serie al helemaal geweldig dus heb het e-book gelijk gekocht. Het is heel mooi geschreven en had het boek zo uitgelezen omdat je constant wilt weten wat er op de volgende tape staat. Heb zelfs een paar tranen gelaten tijdens een paar hoofdstukken. Ik vond het alleen soms een beetje moeilijk met het uit elkaar houden van de schuin gedrukte letters en de gewone. Zeker een aanrader !!!!!
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    Très bon

    Si le sujet est difficile, il est ici très bien traité. La double narration permet de ne pas se contenter d'un seule point de vue concernent le suicide rends le livre très accessible. La lecture est facile et l'histoire prenante!
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