by Jay Asher; Razorbill.Print book : Fiction : Secondary (senior high) school
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Riveting story of teen suicide and responsibility   (2008-12-03)
Riveting. That is the best description I can come up with. I felt immersed in the story, in the pain felt by the main characters. It's a beyond-the-grave story of a teenage girl explaining how she came to commit suicide and the 13 people who unwittingly did (or did not do) things...
Get out the tissues!   (2012-03-20)
This book was extremely sad, but was also very warm and leaves you feeling warm. Most readers will identify with either Clay or Hannah. I really liked the 2 different voices: Hannah's on the tapes and Clay's as he walks around town and follows her map. Recommended to high school students, and mature...