Read heartbreaking excerpts from Anne Heche's out-of-print memoir 'Call Me Crazy'

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Read heartbreaking excerpts from Anne Heche's out-of-print memoir 'Call Me Crazy'

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In the actress's book, released in September 2001, she discussed her lifelong struggles with mental health and a childhood of abuse.

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"I’m not crazy," she told ABC News that year. "But it’s a crazy life. I was raised in a crazy family and it took 31 years to get the crazy out of me."

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Heche died Sunday at age 53, nine days after she was pulled from a burning car and hospitalized in critical condition following a crash into a Los Angeles house on Aug. 5.

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"Call Me Crazy" is no longer in print, so fans are flocking to online bookstores and libraries to try to get a copy. Here's everything we know about Heche's memoir.

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Heche's memoir recounts her turbulent upbringing, her rise to fame and her high-profile relationship with Ellen DeGeneres, whom she dated from 1997 to 2000.

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In one version of the book cover, as seen on Amazon, a quote from Gloria Steinem calls the memoir "a brave, funny, irresistible, and wise companion on the long journey home."

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Who is Anne Heche? Read about her life before car crash, including mental health struggles, Ellen DeGeneres romance

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