No, You're Crazy

No, You're Crazy

A teenage girl with a rare mental disorder attracts dangerous attention when she claims she can see into the future.

No, You're Crazy

A teenage girl with a rare mental disorder attracts dangerous attention when she claims she can see into the future.

Paperback £16.99 || $21.95

May 26, 2023
978-1-80341-216-0

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May 26, 2023
978-1-80341-217-7

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Coming of age, Literary, Psychological

Synopsis

When sixteen-year-old Ashlee Sutton's home life falls apart, she is beset by a rare mental illness that makes her believe she's clairvoyant. While most people scoff at her, she begins demonstrating an uncanny knack for sometimes predicting the future, using what could either be pure luck or something more remarkable. And when she helps her drug-addict father win enough casino cash to accidentally overdose, she becomes the target of violent people determined to exploit her, and she goes on the run. Ashlee reaches out to a distant relative, traumatized war journalist Mike Baker. Soon, at least in Ashlee's eyes, they are both plunging dangerously into an existential rabbit hole where their core belief, that humanity and personal connections are a blight, will be put to the ultimate test.

No, You’re Crazy is a multilayered novel that examines the many ways a family can wound and heal us. A page-turning thriller and a sensitive look at faith and neurodiversity, it ultimately dares to ask, Who gets to decide what’s real?

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