Thirteen Reasons Why, Season 2 Appreciation post

The book Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher was as graphic as a suicide note should be. And many of the readers felt the glorification of suicide as seen in the book was reinterpreted and made into a completely different and unanticipated as an attack on the writer of the suicide note ‘Hannah Baker‘ in the adaptation. In the first season we see the characters in the light of Hannah’s own words. And these words are quite accusational.

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19.8.15.

Remember the days when the waves could less than tug the cliffs at their feet.

And the nights when the turmoil of the tide couldn’t tear but a pebble in its might

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