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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The looks on their faces, the judgment in their eyes, tells me all I need to know. Candy was freaking hilarious and I loved her spirit. Candy knows just about everything in the place, and hy a new woman is quibn in, they decide to go check it out.

Personally anyone who has bipolar disorder could also relate cal my opinion. They travel along, overwhelming your mind and aching your heart, until you reach that last page and know that this book has consumed, captured, and latched on to the very fabrics of who you are. Burnt Lodtis Rebecca Ethington. Tally’s story should also provide readers with that same hope. The reason it dropped a star for me though I suppose is that at times it was like lofhis was waiting tooo long for the other shoe to drop, but loftia i blame that entirely on myself because i like things to keep moving, never stopping, just go go go go go go go go go, too many go’s?

The characters in this book were amazing and there were parts that bought me to tears and there are parts that bought me to laugh out loud. I finished this book mostly in one sitting and it really has that keep-reading-feel. I really enjoyed reading this book. After a devastating turn of events, seventeen year old Tally Baker is admitted to Mercy Psychiatric Facility where she is diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder.

Tally taught me so much along with Candy another character suffering from mental illness. There is quite a bit of laughter in this story because we have the great pleasure of meeting a character that has schizophrenia and she is a HOOT!


You’ve successfully reported this review. I wanted her to come out on top and fight it and most of all I wanted her to find her happiness, to realize that she can fight the disease and learn to live. One of the best momen I was not convinced when I read the blurb to this when Quinn Loftis revealed it but as a firm Quinn Loftis groupie I decided to give it a go.

Because of ms, she was able to write this very well. It wasn’t real to me.

I am not sure that my words can ms do this book justice, but I have to say that Call Me Crazy is a must read. Despite her advanced age, she was Tally’s best friend at Mercy.

He wanted to be with her and help her find happiness and manage her illness.

She manages to find the perfect balance of angst and new love and friendship all wrapped up in a slightly frayed bow of realism — pretty and perfect from a distance but upon closer inspection, it could start to unravel with just the slightest mishandling.

She has come to a place where she honestly believes that her life is over. I really loved reading this, although I didn’t give it 5 stars. While I liked the storyline from the beginning, when I first started reading this book I thought “Uggh. What she did for Tally and quinn she was for Tally is something special that we only hope to find in our everyday lives.

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Trey doesn’t take the news well and is determined to fight for Telly. Wow, looks and personality are brough across so well in Quinn’s writing you cannot help but fall in love with him. Candy, one of the other patients, was a sassy, feisty, witty older woman who was always there for Tally.

After a few weeks a new patient is brought in a native american woman Lolotea Swift, who is suffering from schizophrenia. Trey’s mother is also just as beautiful, though a tragic soul. Chock full of emotion, Call Me Crazy is one that is going to yank on your heartstrings the loftiz way through.

This eBook may not be re-sold or given away crasy other people. I FELT these characters. But The amazing thing about Trey is that he didn’t care.


Call Me Crazy

Books by Quinn Loftis. There’s an extreme lack of reviews from the small amount of people also didn’t like this book, so I want to shed some light on why Call Me Crazy may not be loftiis to some. I so wanted to find out how Tally and Trey’s story would end.

Jul 24, Megan Bracken-bagley rated it it was amazing. Hot and he got you bothered. I am a fall of letting relationships develop slow and crzay time. Outside of taking care of his grandmother and working hard on a ranch, Trey has grown up earlier then he needs to. Despite her advanced age, she was Tally’s best friend at Mercy.

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He is very protective, if you have read Quinn’s Prince of Wolves series then well he would fit in perfectly with Fane, Dec, Costin day dreams about him for about 20 minutes Think about that one and remember how hard it was to be a teenager?

I finally sat down around the 5th of July and read it. If you’re anything like me Call Me Crazy will make you laugh, qiinn and question yourself and the world around you. Quinn is beyond thankful that she has been blessed to be able to write full time and hopes the readers know how much all of their Quinn is an award winning author who lives in beautiful Western Arkansas with her husband, three sons, Nora the Doberman, and Phoebe the Cat who thinks she is a ninja in disguise.

It’s just so amazing in a way, not that people have disorders. It is in this unlikely place that she meets two people, different in every way, yet both critical to helping her realize that she has so much more living ccrazy do.

I have added 18, words. I found myself cheering her on, holding my breath, and feeling her struggles.