Told from the point of view of Clay Jenson, a teenage boy who receives 7 cassette tapes in the mail from Hannah Baker, a teenage girl who just weeks ago committed suicide.
Upon listening to the tapes Clay figures out that Hannah had a bad couple of months because of her classmates spreading rumors that were untrue.
It’s a very compelling story that every preteen/teenager should really read. It touches on how interacting with other people or not interacting can cause a “snowball effect” on one or more persons.
This book does a great job at portraying why taking responsibility for your actions is the moral thing to do.