||Christian Navarro, Justin Prentice, Dylan Minnette, Miles Heizer, Tommy Dorfman, Alisha Boe, Katherine Langford, Brandon Larracuente, Devin Druid, Michele Selene Ang
The kind of stories that succeed in scratching the soul, whether youthful stories are your cup of tea or not. It is based on a book of the same name by J. Asher, which became a bestseller in 2007. The wisdom of large series is to know how to translate potential for emotional attachment, and in the four months that have passed since the beginning of the year I have not yet seen the series that has so connected me to it. Thirteen Reasons Why can be seen as a seaway in starting the conversation about suicide with children and young adults. Although, it was also criticized by suicide prevention groups as many thought it glorified suicide. The Suicide Awareness Voices of Education executive director was quoted saying he was worried "that young people are going to over identify with Hannah in the series and we actually may see more suicides as a result. Being a jock, Scott is thought of as a bully, as shown when Tyler Down singled him out in court along with Bryce and Montgomery de la Cruz when talking about the nature of bullying at Liberty High School. However, these claims are later shown to be false; Scott is more considerate than his fellow teammates, as shown when he apologized for bumping into Clay Jensen and helped pick up his books. He thinks his association with Bryce is what leads others to automatically assume he’s a bully or rapist.