‘Crazy for Alice’ challenges the reader to question their assumptions and understandings of other people, especially those who seem to push the boundaries. Can we always be sure that someone who sounds crazy really is? Can we always assume that the popularly accepted “story”is actually correct?
This is a really interesting and compelling book. It has a very satisfying balance of humour and desperation among the characters, with a few good heart stopping moments thrown in for good measure. The ending leaves the reader with a strong sense of resolution.
I’d definitely recommend it for any YA audience, and for anyone older who still enjoys a good story.
It would suit anyone who enjoyed the Harry Potter series by J.K Rowling or A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle.
I’ll definitely be recommending it for a few people I know.
You can find ‘Crazy for Alice’ on Amazon
as a paperback or for Kindle.