Maybe you've read this book or maybe you haven't. But it stays one of my favourites even after a year when I first picked it up. It's the story of this boy named Clay and he gets home one day to find a package of tapes. They were made by the girl he loved who killed herself two weeks earlier. There are 13 reasons why she died. He's one of them. It's this thought that has me totally captured. Tapes. Notes. She wanted them to know why she died and make them suffer for it. Every event is linked and any one of them could have stopped it: but they didn't. That's what she wanted them to know. And at the end it changes Clay's life. He tries to help another girl, remembering that he didn't reach out to Hannah when she needed it. My question is about notes. Would you do something similar? If there were a lot of people who caused you pain would you want them to know it or would your death be enough? I like the idea of tapes being passed on and as Hannah said the thirteenth person 'could take them straight to hell.' I'd take this route. One note wouldn't be enough to explain. I'd like my voice in their ear just to make it worse. The last time they'll ever hear me speak. Pfft, that's kind of morbid even for here.