B FOR BOOK
Recently, I just finished reading Thirteen Reasons Why, a novel by Jay Asher. It's a good novel, so touching and I found myself drowning into every pages. Story about Hannah Baker, is quite similar with the story about Olive in Easy A. But the difference is Olive didn't kill herself, while Hannah did. When Olive used her reputation to help others, Hannah didn't, she was so sick of her reputation, she even killed herself and did something terrible. Hannah recorded her own voice the day before she took her own life and kinda put a blame to every person that made her life miserable to the point she decided to take her own life. Hannah's story is sad while Olive's story is kinda fun. Even when I read Hannah's story - I'm not gonna blame Hannah, but - I was so upset that Hannah couldn't do anything to all the people that had tortured her. If I were her, I'd probably stand up for myself, for my dignity, for my self-esteem, for everything I could stand up for inside me. Poor Hannah Baker, but everything she said is somewhat true. It's a good book to start to, but not with a fresh story line, but it's interesting because throughout the book, I kinda listened to Hannah Baker's voice from the recording tape, as if I were Clay Jensen listening to the tapes. There's also a lot we can learn from this book, especially for understanding others around us. It's never too late to help, it's never, that's what I learned from this book.
My impression after reading this book is that,
The scariest thing is to listen to what people think about you and really think it's true.
J FOR JUNE signing out
with a simple smile xoxo
"No one knows for certain how much impact they have on the lives of other people.