A few years before the series 13 reasons why, based on the story of the life and death of Hannah Baker, the same book by Jay Asher was published. The book also had a story about teenagers, suicide, depression and sadness, but Brian Yorkie decided to bring a few big changes to the storyline to adapt it to television. Let's look at a few such differences.
1. Clay listens to all the tapes in one night.
In the book, Clay listens to all the tapes in one night. After all, many annoyed in the series, why Clay is so delayed with cassettes? So, this is not so!
2. Clay doesn’t immediately realize that Tony is watching him.
Only after listening to the fourth tape Clay realizes that Hannah made Tony responsible for Clay himself to listen to all the tapes.
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