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The abyss of this book is when Clay finds out why he’s in the tapes. He finds out that Hannah had feelings for him and that she wanted to open up to him about her situation but felt like she couldn’t. He wishes that she had opened up to him so that he could’ve done something to help her get through this. However, now he’s left with the knowledge of Hannah’s situation with no way to help it.
Clay finally finishes all the tapes and is struggling to deal with knowing Hannah’s situation. Tony helps him by being understanding and giving him answers to any questions he has. Clay lets all of the information sink in and just walks around town trying to process it.
Clay now knows Hannah’s story and wishes he could’ve done something to help. He is left in shock and wishes he could've done more. He transforms from knowing nothing about Hannah's situation to knowing all of the details of what happened.
Clay processes the information a bit more and tries to forgive himself even though he regrets not helping more. He stays away from his house until he feels ready to go home because he needs some alone time to process everything in the tapes.
The next morning, Clay is groggy from the last day and is late to school. He takes the tapes and mails them to the next person who is on the list, Jenny. He feels no motivation to go to his first period so he just stays in the hall, standing at his locker. He notices one of his classmates, Skye, and talks to her to get his mind off of what had happened.
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