From the beginning to the end of the novel we are able to notice a change in Clay Jensen. He was always a nice guy, but as the novel progresses he becomes more and more anxious to learn why he was involved in Hannah's life. At the end we noticed that he learned a valuable lesson and now he is able to do something to help others. Skye for example.
From the beginning to the end of the novel we see a change in the main character Clay Jensen. In the beginning he is scared to learn about the reasons why Hannah killed herself. Then when he gets to involved with the tapes he feels like he can talk to Hannah and stop her death. Then in the end when Clay sent the tapes back he came back to being the nice guy he was but he learned to help people like Hannah.
@Cesar- I agree with you that through out the novel of the book he does become more and more anxious to learn why he's in Hannah's tapes.
Clay Jensen from the begining to the end of the novel. Clay became more into it with the whole Hannah tape. He now knows that someones life is to valuable to lose even at a young age. He now is probably helping those that need it.
@Elad, yeah I felt that Clay was a little scared and confused with the tape.
In the book the character that changed alot was Clay jensen. In the begining of the book it seemed as if he didnt really want anything with the tapes. But after he has heard them, he now knows he should help people with problems.
Erik the Beast- I agree with what you wrote. Right now he might be talking to others that need help.