Crazy ass book.Crazy ass ride.Crazy ass plot.Crazy ass characters.Crazy ass story.This book was CRAZY.If you want the perfect description of this book, then all you have to do is look at the title.Not crazy in a bad way, really. The bad parts, weren't bad. They were so bad, that it was sooo good.It sounds weird and maybe even funny. But there is so much more to the story. Its heartbreaking, tender, loving, injust, revealing.It was all done and written in a way, that keeps you engaged, interested, invested. Oh so invested.I got somewhat the same feeling while reading Flat-Out Love, but Crazy has a slighter darker vibe, because of the subject matter.How did it manage to still be humorous and a bit fun, while dealing with the subject matter? By the amazing talents of its author.She sort of sneaks up on you, really. Here we are, reading about an extremly hard sittuation and how a devoted son deals with it the best way he can. And all of a sudden, we're introduced to incredible side characters, a great support system and strangers who end up feeling like family."I feel like that violing, only my strings are loosening, unwinding from the pegs, and I feel strange this way. I feel that maybe it isn't safe to laugh, to let go of my vigilance over my dad, over my self, but I can hardly help it because it feels so good. It just feels so good."My dear friend, Wendy, has been praising the heck out of this book. And now I understand why.This book has been neglected enough! Read this people. Why are you punishing yourselves, reading other duds, when yo can be in bliss if you read this one?Now go. Read this, and then come back and thank me for pushing this on you reading list!