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My Reasons Why - REVIEW 13 Reasons Why by Jay Asher

So I finally did it. I waited patiently for my hold on a copy of 13 Reasons Why by Jay Asher to come to my branch. Not surprisingly it took until now from the premiere of the series for it to arrive. In March when the series premiered on Netflix, the internet was bombarded with excitement for the adaptation of this book into a miniseries. And then it turned dark. People loved it, but it was graphic. People hated it - it was too graphic. People read the book and raged about it. People read the book and loved it. I listened calmly to all my friends speak on how they felt. If there's one thing everyone can agree upon is that 13 Reasons Why stirs strong feelings in us, whether positive or negative. As of writing this post I have not started the series. This is just my personal opinion and take on the book, author and writing.

TW: Suicide, Self-Harm. If you need someone to speak to, please find crisis help lines here