Thirteen Reasons Why
The Next Day
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The Next Day After Mailing the Tapes
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            Clay has to go back to school the next day after following Hannah’s tapes all around his town. He is in a state of depression and is dying to get out of there. He does not want to face the people that were on the tapes and the decision that they made, but he knows he has to. As we walks through the halls he begins to notice certain things Hannah was talking about and begins to emotionally break down.

            In the end, on his way to English he sees a girl named Skye walking out of the doors. He was about to go into class when he realized that Skye was leaving school to never come back. He knew that this time he would have a say in someone’s life and would be able to make a difference, therefore he ran out of the school and stopped Skye from what she was about to go do.


            The ending of this chapter is very important because it shows how someone can make a difference in someone else’s life. Clay let Hannah slip away and for that he blames himself for her death. Although, as he is walking to English and noticed what Skye has become, he sees that she resembles Hannah in so many ways. He also realizes that she is going to leave school and will never come back again, because she is going to go kill herself. He chases her out of the school knowing that this time he can stop her and although he was not lucky enough to be able to so that, he will be lucky enough to say that he saved Skye’s life.


By: Hallie Berger, Adam Gorman, Becca Millman, Ari Terebelo