I believe that the most important part to this novel was when Clay Jensen was out in the hall and in an instant he saw Skye. I believe this is important because Clay has learned an important lesson from Hannah's Tapes, and in his own way he puts that lesson to use by helping others. He was able to see, by looking at Skye, that she was troubled. So he ran after her and said hello. I believe the most important part of this novel was the ending.
The most important part of the book is when Hannah gives up on herself. She lets Bryce touch her, and mostly because she couldn't take it anymore. It shows she is no longer fighting. Also it was a hint to her suicide.
@cesar- i agree with what you wrote because Clay finally learned his lesson. Ad he was able to use his lesson to help others.
I believe the most important part in the novel was when clay got to hear the tapes about him. This really changed the whole aspect of the book. I believe it's the climax because thats where the most exciting part happens and everything else just settles down towards the end. This scene was important because it's the point where Clay realized that he can help other people in trouble like Hannah.
@Cesar- i agree with you on that scene mostly because it's where i believe Clay got his chance to save someone's life, due to Skye's struggles. Also I agree that Clay did learn alot not only about himself but others from Hannah's tapes
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@elad, That part is where Hannah did give up on herself, but the most important part i still think is the beginging
@Cesar- that would have been my 2nd choice. I think its important that he learned his mistake, and now hes helping others.