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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I am a dull piece of pottery, but the glaze is being added to create the gleam. I thought that this was loftiis Quinn style, that awesome mix of humor, lighthearted-ness with very serious, powerful moments.

This was a beautifully written story that will touch your heart. Tally figures that when her time at the hospital is over she can just walk away and Trey will never have to know the truth.

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And man, those letters made me cry. I actually hope she decides to build a series from this. I laughed, I cried, and I sighed. Why did Trey have to be Native American in order to see who Tally is on the inside? This book was absolutely fantastic in every way I can share with words lofris. May 09, Lola rated it really liked it Shelves: Bipolar disease is not exactly well known, but extremely real. How would it feel to meet someone and they find out everything you dont want to tell them, things you hide until you know them really well no never tell them.

Thank you Quinn reviewed 13 days after purchase. I ended up really liking the book and the last pages I did not want to put it down.

This book was really good and as soon as I bj I wanted to keep reading. She told me that the psychiatrist told her that her condition is just mild and still not really BPD. I have read all of her books.


I found the representation to be very true to reality, and I really felt her frustrations with her disorder and could relate since I, myself, have anxiety issues. It’s a beautiful book, so well written, I love the storyline and was even in tears in parts Meds and therapy were helping, but a lot still depended on her. Tally Baker is a year-old girl who is diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder and is admitted into Mercy Psychiatry Facility.

How different would it be if they found this out first warts and all, and they still want to stick around, so after that you can start knowing that the only bits are to come are the best bits. The big problem is that Trey doesn’t know Tally is a patient – cue some awkward and hilarious scenes.

We never really find out exactly why she is a patient at Mercy, but she is hilarious. Quinn Loftis has poured her soul into this book and has ripped mine to shreds. 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.

So the ending, it was a good ending, while it was happy its not going to be the perfect happy ending where bipolar disorder has a sudden cure or anything but it was a good ending. That’s like a girl thinking a record-size booger is “pretty sweet.

Despite her advanced age, she was Tally’s quinnn friend at Mercy. The looks on their faces, the judgment in their eyes, tells me all I need to know.

They talk, and have a great time. What Tally doesn’t realise as time goes on is that Trey gets her, like really gets her. It was such an amazing yet a painful read.

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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 appealing to lpftis. Becky Becerra on June 24, When he found out the truth about her, he never swayed or even questioned being with her. With Trey, Tally feels for the first time since being admitted that someone is looking at her as a person and not as a disease. Goodness, when she sent me a message saying how it’s just easy to jump off from there and everything will go away.


One of the best moments for me being when they Tally, the leading lady, and Candy were commenting yb how eachother looked “Your one to talk, you look like you’ve been run through the washer twenty times too many and then left soaking wet to dry so you are all wrinkly and sour” in reply you get “Really? Aug 10, Andrea rated it really liked it.

Oh, I wouldn’t even forget to mention Tally of course. The book begins with American teenager Tally Baker living in a mental hospital after suffering a breakdown at school.

Dawn of Ash Rebecca Ethington. Candy is also in the institution for similar reasons and despite this they get along fabulously. Tally feels like she is damaged goods, thanks to her bipolar disorder.

Call Me Crazy

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Along with this new patient comes a daily visitor, xall son, Trey Swift. I don’t know what to say about this book: He as a bit of a tempter and my god was that sexy as hell as long as its directed at someone else. May 29, Imprint: It is in this unlikely place that she meets two people, different call every way, yet both critical to helping her realize that she has so much more living to do.

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