13 Reasons Why
An internal problem in my book is of a boy named Clay Jensen who is having trouble keeping a secret that absolutely no one can know about. He was given tapes to listen to that have 13 reasons on why Hannah Baker decided to kill herself. He is having trouble of not telling anyone because Hannah was already dead and this was a big deal because he is about to find out why he is one of the reasons she killed herself and he is having internal thoughts on whether to keep this to himself or tell someone because Hannah said specifically in her tapes that anyone who listens to these tapes can not say a single word about it to anyone. He is struggling keeping this a secret from everyone and only keeping it to himself. An external problem is what the book is surrounded by and that is Hannah Baker's death. No one expected her death and it just happened her whole family is upset and it is different not having her around at school anymore. A lot of people are upset that she is not around anymore. Her teachers leave her desk empty in order to remember her because she was a very nice girl and someone who got along with just about anyone. No one can solve this problem now that she is dead, there is nothing no one can do about it, however, they will help solve on the reasons why she decided to kill herself. This will not help her come back to life though, everyone who is talked about on the tapes is responsible for her death. I do not beleive that Hannah should have killed herself because it sounds like in the book she had an okay life and I do not think you can only put 13 reasons on why you decided to kill yourself there would have to be more reasons, however that was her decision. I am not very far into the book yet, and I have only read 2 out of the 13 reasons on why she killed herself, so maybe for the reasons to come will tell me just exactly why she killed herself because she has not convinced me yet on exactly why she did this tragic thing.