The problem with crazy was that crazy, by itself, had no context. It could be good crazy, bad crazy ... or crazy crazy—like it was when my ex-boyfriend sung about me on the radio.
Eighteen-year-old Kate couldn't be more excited about finishing high school and spending the summer on tour with her boyfriend's band. Her dad showing up drunk at graduation, however, is not exactly kicking things off on the right foot—and that's before she finds out about his mystery illness, certain to end in death.
A mystery illness she could inherit.
Kate has to convince everyone around her that her father is sick, not crazy. But who will be harder to convince? Her friends? Or herself?
The Problem With Crazy is a story about love and life. It's about overcoming obstacles, choosing to trust, and learning how to make the choices that will change your life forever.
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
18-year-old Kate Lachlan’s post-graduation plan—going on tour with her boyfriend's band—is derailed when her dad is diagnosed with Huntington's Disease, a disease she may have inherited. Told from Kate's point-of-view, The Problem With Crazy is a deeply personal coming-of-age story that made our heart ache. It’s not all sad, though. The first book in Lauren McKellar’s new adult series navigates romance, lust and friendship and doubles as an upbeat tale about resilience and learning to be comfortable in your own skin.
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Emotional and stunning
This book sucked me in, made me FEEL every ounce of the character's emotions, and left me changed. Beautiful work.