Here is the latest in the series of guest reviews in our Book Recommendations list, this time from sophomore Nicole Woods. Thanks for the recommendation, Nicole!
Thirteen Reasons Why
by Jay Asher
This book accurately displayed the emotions of a young teenage girl going through depression who resorts to killing herself. She leaves behind a box full of cassette tapes that explain what she was going through. I enjoyed reading this because of how it plays with your emotions. Jay Asher did a great job writing a dual-narrative between the two main characters Hannah (the young teen who killed herself) and Clay (a boy who received the tapes and was friends with Hannah). I recommend this book to ages above 13 because the subject matter is very touchy.