’13 Reasons Why’ author says Hannah originally survived

That’s why Skye’s character made a reappearance, which was cool to see her have a bigger role throughout the TV series.”
The 10th anniversary edition of   13   Reasons Why is currently available for purchase —   order it here   — and the television adaptation is now streaming on Netflix. Those opportunities aren’t there if you do this. It’s not like everything’s smooth now. I felt that was definitely the way to go. “I liked the idea of ‘We’ve learned something from this. In fact, it might be even tenser for her. It wasn’t always that way, though: In the book’s 10th anniversary edition, author Jay Asher reveals that Hannah survived in the bestseller’s original ending. Once I realized that the message   of the story would be stronger and that it would definitely be more of a cautionary tale. “No matter that there were missed opportunities for her. And yet, here’s a second chance,’” says Asher about the original ending. But now there’s Clay, who’s going to be upfront that he’s there for her.”

But Asher soon realized he wanted to tell a different kind of story. “Knowing as well that it was going to be difficult when Hannah went back to school to have to deal with those kids. Show Full Article The story begins with the teen dying by suicide and leaving the 13 people   she considers responsible for driving her to do so a series of tapes outlining the different ways in which she feels they contributed. For 10 years, fans of   Jay Asher’s   13 Reasons Why have lived with one unalterable fact: Hannah Baker dies. “Out of seriousness for the issue, we realized we can’t go there,” he explains. In that version, she attempted to kill herself by swallowing pills   but was ultimately saved when her parents got home and took her to the hospital, where her stomach was pumped.