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Call Me Crazy. By Quinn Loftis. Rated /5 based on 4 reviews. After a devastating turn of events Tally Baker, 17, is admitted to Mercy. After a devastating turn of events Tally Baker, 17, is admitted to Mercy Psychiatric Facility where she is diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder. She has come to a place. Read Call Me Crazy by Quinn Loftis by Quinn Loftis by Quinn Loftis for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android.

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First off, I didn’t know that Qyinn has a Bipolar Disorder. She was the comic relief in an intense and emotional plot. The characters are great, especially Tally, Trey and Candy.

Favorite Part-The Epilogue because it ties it all together but also the very last lines from Tally. This is a new updated version. He is calp forceful in some ways, but she needs that extra shove to help her get her life back together.

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Therefore, I would stop associating with them. It’s just so painful to see that someone undergo that kind of pain. May 11, Tara Allman rated it it was amazing. But what she learns through her second glance, and many thereafter is there is much more to Trey than he ever lets on.

It’s just so amazing in a way, not that people have disorders.

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The looks on their faces, the judgment in their eyes, tells me everything I need to know. I really do hope cfazy everyone will read this. The thing is, I love kids books.


Trey begins to make it clear that he wants more than friendship; she knows that she can never give him more. I actually liked this better than ‘Girl, Interrupted,’ and yes, it is different. Tally feels like she is damaged goods, thanks to her bipolar disorder.

Jun 01, Jennifer rated it it was amazing. And we will breathe, have a uqinn day, do a victory dance and try again for the same the next day. Everyone needs a best friend like her – someone who understands that sometimes you are not in control quijn yourself, but loves you anyway. It sort of became a defense so that she wouldn’t really burst out. I truly hope those who have purchased it will like the changes and those who are still on the fence will give it a chance.

Jul 10, Three Chicks rated it it was amazing. Trivia About Call Me Crazy. She gives all credit of her success to God because he gave her the creative spirit and vivid imagination it takes to write. She tries to hide who she really is with this illness and in turn ends up causing herself more problems.

May 29, Imprint: With therapies and meds, she’ll be okay. My only complaint would be that I felt like Trey moved a little too fast and professed his undying love a little too quickly.

Does this book have a tragic ending? Tally’s insecurities and her frustrations.


At times I was right up there with Tally in thinking he was too good to be true. A very compelling story one that we all should read. I’ve also added a new ending that gives the reader a look into Trey and Tally’s future 5 years later.

Books and Needlepoint: Call Me Crazy by Quinn Loftis (Book Review)

I Love Quinn Lofis. Both the characters, despite being different genders, speak exactly the same. If you would like to share this book with another person, please purchase an additional copy for each recipient.

I learned, laughed and cried – Quinn Loftis has written a book that touched my heart from the start. It is on these daily visits that he and Tally build a friendship far deeper than either of them truly realize.

It is on these daily visits that he and Tally build a friendship far deeper than either of them truly realize. I know because I have a very close friend who has sort-of BPD and my friend wrote me letters containing almost everything that came inside her head.

But kept putting it off because of the reviews saying how sad and needing a kleenex when you read it and so on.