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‘Thirteen Reasons Why’

Lauri Hoedl, Opinion Editor

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Based on the award winning novel, “Thirteen Reasons Why“ equally impresses viewers.

The show has one episode for each reason Hannah Baker committed suicide.

The purpose of author, Jay Asher, is to show that suicide is not the answer.

He believes that people too often ignore tough subjects such as suicide and need to realize ignorance is not bliss.

Though the content is grapphic and not for younger audiences, it is meant to be graphic to open the viewers’ eyes to the horrors of suicide.

From the very important message to the fantastic acting, this show is sure to have an impact on its viewers.

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