That’s really about all that happens. Well, there are a few more things. Hannah whines. Hannah goes to college. Hannah whines. Hannah moves. Hannah whines. Hannah moves again. You get the point.
That’s really about it.
The characters are not even likeable. There isn’t much of a plot. Quite honestly I don’t consider just writing about someone ambling through life and blaming her problems on her father a plot. Hannah wants to find the love of her life, get her first kiss, lose her virginity, and get married. Hey Hannah! None of that is going to happen if you won’t go out on a date!!!
Hannah does one smart thing. She seeks professional help. But when she moves away from her therapist she writes the woman (what must be at least a 20 page) letter detailing every moment of her life since she left the therapist’s care. Included in the letter are excruciating details about people the therapist has never met that are totally unrelated to anything that happened when she was under treatment.