I Like You Like This

I Like You Like This

In 1984 Connecticut, sixteen-year-old Hannah Zandana feels cursed: She has wild, uncontrollable hair and a horrid complexion that she compulsively picks, and as if that weren't bad enough, her emotionally unavailable parents mercilessly ridicule her appearance and verbally shame her. Wanting to change her pathetic life, Hannah attempts to impress a group of popular girls- In 1984 Connecticut, sixteen-year-old Hannah Zandana feels cursed: She has wild, uncontrollable hair and a horrid compl...

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Title:I Like You Like This
Author:Heather Cumiskey
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Genres:Young Adult
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I Like You Like This Reviews

  • Cheryl
    Nov 19, 2017

    I did not like I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS. Cumiskey's debut sorta warns the reader this isn't going to be a fluffy happy read but nonetheless I was not prepared for how painful, awful, and unlikeable the characters, circumstances, and plot would be. The book opens up with one of the coun...

    Release Date: November 7, 2017 Thanks to She Writes Press for providing an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for a review. Heather Cumiskey?s debut novel I Like You Like This is an honest tale of finding a way out of the dark not by following the light at the end of the tunnel but ...

    ***I received a complimentary copy of I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS by Heather Cumiskey in exchange for my honest review*** In 1984, Hannah, an emotionally abused teenager, hoping to become popular befriends Deacon, the local drug dealer. I was in undergrad in 1984, so I remember that era...

    ~ I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review ~ Facing extreme difficulties within youth is common for the majority of teenagers, therefore Cumiskey?s debut novel certainly covered topics many find relatable. Bullying, anxiety, drugs, abuse, et...

    0/5 stars DNF I just reached too high a level of anger to carry on. Great if you're up for reading a book that is offensive in more ways than one. The protagonist is head over heels for a drug dealer, but when a Peruvian girl who is minding her own business and then gets insulted f...

    ?Hannah always tried her best to hold it together. Tears only made it worse. Eventually she?d gotten used to the tormenting and pretended to be in on the joke.? Hannah Zandana lives a bleak life. She faces unrelenting bullying at home and at school, and only wants to find a pl...

    For the lovers of Young Adult Fiction I like you like this revolves around one of the most common themes we come across- abuse and drugs. Hannah is constantly criticized by her parents. They make it a point to make her life as miserable as possible. Her father calls her names such a...

    Thank you to Booksparks for providing me with a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. This book was intense. Hannah?s struggle is incredibly deep and intense, and reading about it broke my heart. It was also a solid reminder that you never know someone?s battle...

    This book swallowed me whole and the ending keeps haunting me. It's a heartbreaking story about family and being outcasted. I hope I could tell in this review the exact feeling I've felt. Hannah and I both fell in love with Deacon. I understand what the author and the characters are tr...

    I like you like this is one of the book that put me into the real world of love. The content of the book were so perfect. The story were deeply unexpected. And with those short but lovely chapter entries, I am longing for more and more chapters. It is indeed a very addicting story. ...

    Author, Heather Cumiskey tackles a lot of sensitive issues in this book. I Like you Like This is written with a maturity that will be appreciated by all readers. A beautiful masterpiece! The main protagonist, Hannah starts out in a cocoon and by the end of the story has emerged into a ...

  • Sherri
    Oct 28, 2017

    I did not like I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS. Cumiskey's debut sorta warns the reader this isn't going to be a fluffy happy read but nonetheless I was not prepared for how painful, awful, and unlikeable the characters, circumstances, and plot would be. The book opens up with one of the coun...

    Release Date: November 7, 2017 Thanks to She Writes Press for providing an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for a review. Heather Cumiskey?s debut novel I Like You Like This is an honest tale of finding a way out of the dark not by following the light at the end of the tunnel but ...

    ***I received a complimentary copy of I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS by Heather Cumiskey in exchange for my honest review*** In 1984, Hannah, an emotionally abused teenager, hoping to become popular befriends Deacon, the local drug dealer. I was in undergrad in 1984, so I remember that era...

    ~ I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review ~ Facing extreme difficulties within youth is common for the majority of teenagers, therefore Cumiskey?s debut novel certainly covered topics many find relatable. Bullying, anxiety, drugs, abuse, et...

    0/5 stars DNF I just reached too high a level of anger to carry on. Great if you're up for reading a book that is offensive in more ways than one. The protagonist is head over heels for a drug dealer, but when a Peruvian girl who is minding her own business and then gets insulted f...

    ?Hannah always tried her best to hold it together. Tears only made it worse. Eventually she?d gotten used to the tormenting and pretended to be in on the joke.? Hannah Zandana lives a bleak life. She faces unrelenting bullying at home and at school, and only wants to find a pl...

    For the lovers of Young Adult Fiction I like you like this revolves around one of the most common themes we come across- abuse and drugs. Hannah is constantly criticized by her parents. They make it a point to make her life as miserable as possible. Her father calls her names such a...

    Thank you to Booksparks for providing me with a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. This book was intense. Hannah?s struggle is incredibly deep and intense, and reading about it broke my heart. It was also a solid reminder that you never know someone?s battle...

    This book swallowed me whole and the ending keeps haunting me. It's a heartbreaking story about family and being outcasted. I hope I could tell in this review the exact feeling I've felt. Hannah and I both fell in love with Deacon. I understand what the author and the characters are tr...

    I like you like this is one of the book that put me into the real world of love. The content of the book were so perfect. The story were deeply unexpected. And with those short but lovely chapter entries, I am longing for more and more chapters. It is indeed a very addicting story. ...

    Author, Heather Cumiskey tackles a lot of sensitive issues in this book. I Like you Like This is written with a maturity that will be appreciated by all readers. A beautiful masterpiece! The main protagonist, Hannah starts out in a cocoon and by the end of the story has emerged into a ...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Oh my goodness!!! I absolutely couldn?t put this book down! I can?t wait till the next book comes out! I?m still thrown about Hannah?s flashbacks when she used there is so many questions left there! I loved hers and Deacon relationshi...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Well, I have mixed feelings about this book. It?s fast paced, powerful and packed with emotion. Starting at the beginning, I was glad that there wasn?t any wishy washy first few chapters. We jump right in to the story on the first page ...

    Hannah's home life stinks. Her school life also stinks. She thinks maybe a talk with the local dealer and then a party with a small group of girls she badly wants to be friends with will help. Deacon, a senior and the local dealer, has problems as well. Deacon's home life stinks too....

    It's been awhile since I gave a book five stars and this one...I had to really think about it first. This is one of those books you're either going to love or hate and I can understand both sides. I'll admit, there are a lot of errors/problems going on with this book but despite them, ...

    I Like You Like This A Novel by Heather Cumiskey She Writes Press Teens & YA Pub Date 07 Nov 2017 I am reviewing a copy of I Like You Like This through She Writes Press and Netgalley: It?s 1984 Connecticut and sixteen year old Hannah Zandana feels cursed....

    I quite enjoyed this book - there were a bit of issues with transitioning into different mindsets - I prefer when each person is either labelled or there is a space to show there is another person talking, so I had a bit of a problem following along in a few parts, but since most of th...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey I received an ARC of this book in exchange of my honest review. It took me a couple of weeks to finish this book since my daily life's been busy and chaotic with too many things to do at once. The book is surely on the slow pace side after...

    I Like You Like This chronicles the life of teenager who's parents not only verbally abuse her but abandon her emotionally as well. Her struggle to fit in includes experimenting with drugs. You keep hoping for some great insight into if it is possible that her parents can truly be this...

    I'm sorry that most of the reading public will have to wait until November to get their hands on Heather Cumiskey's debut YA novel, but am very glad that I was lucky enough to land an ARC! I Like You Like This is a dramatic and sometimes harrowing story, but Cumiskey's characters are v...

    ? Rate: 2,8 / 5 stars From the very first pages in this book you knew that this one was gonna be messed up and the next couple of chapters just solidified that. But then, it got better, it had so much potential to be one of those books where meeting that one person leads the heroi...

    I really wish that I could give this book 3.5 on here. I actually liked it and am looking forward for the sequel novel. I thought that the story was engaging and language of the book was very easy to read. I found that I could relate to the situations as they seemed authenticate and a ...

    ** This was given to me by Netgalley to review and these are my honest opinions ** Release Date:  07th November 2017 The writing style was so confusing for me, the characters seemed to be all over the place once I was in Hannah's point of view in the first person and then the th...

    Note: I received an eARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! This book touted itself as being for fans of Thirteen Reasons Why, so I went in immediately with preconceived notions (of my own doing) as to what this book would be about content wise. It really ...

    It?s 1984 Connecticut and sixteen-year-old Hannah has a pitiful life; unpopular with a zitty face and big red hair, no friends, and extra-mean parents who dote on her younger sister. Into this scarcity of love and decency walks handsome senior, Deacon, the town drug-dealer, who has h...

    I liked it, but parts of this story were a bit unrealistic. Why was it set in the '80s, aside from having no access to modern technology, and a few pop culture references? Hannah's parents are a bit too mean to her, and the reason why is still a terrible excuse. Why does Deacon like he...

    Oh this was just bleak. I'. totally fine with dark books about horrid topics infact they're often my favourite books. This was however a disopicable load of just badness on top of badness. Everything you never want to have do endure is here. It's not even done in an emotinal way it's j...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publishers for this review copy in exchange for an honest review. I wanted to like this one and I knew it wasn?t going to be an easy read and while the authors writing style was easy and very worth the time I just found this to be too heavy. Maybe it...

    This is a realistic fiction that deals with the inner struggles of the main character, Hannah, as she navigates a very difficult home situation, bullies at school, a first-time drug trip that goes bad, and a new "bad-boy" boyfriend. The book unflinchingly depicts many tough situations ...

    I really liked some of this book, but it just felt so scattered, more so the longer the story went on. There were shifts in point of view that seemed unnecessary and things that happened which felt out of place and unexplained. Near the end, I just wanted it to be over already because ...

  • Amber
    Nov 28, 2017

    I did not like I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS. Cumiskey's debut sorta warns the reader this isn't going to be a fluffy happy read but nonetheless I was not prepared for how painful, awful, and unlikeable the characters, circumstances, and plot would be. The book opens up with one of the coun...

    Release Date: November 7, 2017 Thanks to She Writes Press for providing an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for a review. Heather Cumiskey?s debut novel I Like You Like This is an honest tale of finding a way out of the dark not by following the light at the end of the tunnel but ...

    ***I received a complimentary copy of I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS by Heather Cumiskey in exchange for my honest review*** In 1984, Hannah, an emotionally abused teenager, hoping to become popular befriends Deacon, the local drug dealer. I was in undergrad in 1984, so I remember that era...

    ~ I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review ~ Facing extreme difficulties within youth is common for the majority of teenagers, therefore Cumiskey?s debut novel certainly covered topics many find relatable. Bullying, anxiety, drugs, abuse, et...

    0/5 stars DNF I just reached too high a level of anger to carry on. Great if you're up for reading a book that is offensive in more ways than one. The protagonist is head over heels for a drug dealer, but when a Peruvian girl who is minding her own business and then gets insulted f...

    ?Hannah always tried her best to hold it together. Tears only made it worse. Eventually she?d gotten used to the tormenting and pretended to be in on the joke.? Hannah Zandana lives a bleak life. She faces unrelenting bullying at home and at school, and only wants to find a pl...

    For the lovers of Young Adult Fiction I like you like this revolves around one of the most common themes we come across- abuse and drugs. Hannah is constantly criticized by her parents. They make it a point to make her life as miserable as possible. Her father calls her names such a...

    Thank you to Booksparks for providing me with a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. This book was intense. Hannah?s struggle is incredibly deep and intense, and reading about it broke my heart. It was also a solid reminder that you never know someone?s battle...

  • Sara Morley
    Nov 27, 2017

    I did not like I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS. Cumiskey's debut sorta warns the reader this isn't going to be a fluffy happy read but nonetheless I was not prepared for how painful, awful, and unlikeable the characters, circumstances, and plot would be. The book opens up with one of the coun...

    Release Date: November 7, 2017 Thanks to She Writes Press for providing an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for a review. Heather Cumiskey?s debut novel I Like You Like This is an honest tale of finding a way out of the dark not by following the light at the end of the tunnel but ...

    ***I received a complimentary copy of I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS by Heather Cumiskey in exchange for my honest review*** In 1984, Hannah, an emotionally abused teenager, hoping to become popular befriends Deacon, the local drug dealer. I was in undergrad in 1984, so I remember that era...

    ~ I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review ~ Facing extreme difficulties within youth is common for the majority of teenagers, therefore Cumiskey?s debut novel certainly covered topics many find relatable. Bullying, anxiety, drugs, abuse, et...

    0/5 stars DNF I just reached too high a level of anger to carry on. Great if you're up for reading a book that is offensive in more ways than one. The protagonist is head over heels for a drug dealer, but when a Peruvian girl who is minding her own business and then gets insulted f...

    ?Hannah always tried her best to hold it together. Tears only made it worse. Eventually she?d gotten used to the tormenting and pretended to be in on the joke.? Hannah Zandana lives a bleak life. She faces unrelenting bullying at home and at school, and only wants to find a pl...

    For the lovers of Young Adult Fiction I like you like this revolves around one of the most common themes we come across- abuse and drugs. Hannah is constantly criticized by her parents. They make it a point to make her life as miserable as possible. Her father calls her names such a...

    Thank you to Booksparks for providing me with a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. This book was intense. Hannah?s struggle is incredibly deep and intense, and reading about it broke my heart. It was also a solid reminder that you never know someone?s battle...

    This book swallowed me whole and the ending keeps haunting me. It's a heartbreaking story about family and being outcasted. I hope I could tell in this review the exact feeling I've felt. Hannah and I both fell in love with Deacon. I understand what the author and the characters are tr...

    I like you like this is one of the book that put me into the real world of love. The content of the book were so perfect. The story were deeply unexpected. And with those short but lovely chapter entries, I am longing for more and more chapters. It is indeed a very addicting story. ...

    Author, Heather Cumiskey tackles a lot of sensitive issues in this book. I Like you Like This is written with a maturity that will be appreciated by all readers. A beautiful masterpiece! The main protagonist, Hannah starts out in a cocoon and by the end of the story has emerged into a ...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Oh my goodness!!! I absolutely couldn?t put this book down! I can?t wait till the next book comes out! I?m still thrown about Hannah?s flashbacks when she used there is so many questions left there! I loved hers and Deacon relationshi...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Well, I have mixed feelings about this book. It?s fast paced, powerful and packed with emotion. Starting at the beginning, I was glad that there wasn?t any wishy washy first few chapters. We jump right in to the story on the first page ...

    Hannah's home life stinks. Her school life also stinks. She thinks maybe a talk with the local dealer and then a party with a small group of girls she badly wants to be friends with will help. Deacon, a senior and the local dealer, has problems as well. Deacon's home life stinks too....

    It's been awhile since I gave a book five stars and this one...I had to really think about it first. This is one of those books you're either going to love or hate and I can understand both sides. I'll admit, there are a lot of errors/problems going on with this book but despite them, ...

    I Like You Like This A Novel by Heather Cumiskey She Writes Press Teens & YA Pub Date 07 Nov 2017 I am reviewing a copy of I Like You Like This through She Writes Press and Netgalley: It?s 1984 Connecticut and sixteen year old Hannah Zandana feels cursed....

    I quite enjoyed this book - there were a bit of issues with transitioning into different mindsets - I prefer when each person is either labelled or there is a space to show there is another person talking, so I had a bit of a problem following along in a few parts, but since most of th...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey I received an ARC of this book in exchange of my honest review. It took me a couple of weeks to finish this book since my daily life's been busy and chaotic with too many things to do at once. The book is surely on the slow pace side after...

    I Like You Like This chronicles the life of teenager who's parents not only verbally abuse her but abandon her emotionally as well. Her struggle to fit in includes experimenting with drugs. You keep hoping for some great insight into if it is possible that her parents can truly be this...

    I'm sorry that most of the reading public will have to wait until November to get their hands on Heather Cumiskey's debut YA novel, but am very glad that I was lucky enough to land an ARC! I Like You Like This is a dramatic and sometimes harrowing story, but Cumiskey's characters are v...

    ? Rate: 2,8 / 5 stars From the very first pages in this book you knew that this one was gonna be messed up and the next couple of chapters just solidified that. But then, it got better, it had so much potential to be one of those books where meeting that one person leads the heroi...

    I really wish that I could give this book 3.5 on here. I actually liked it and am looking forward for the sequel novel. I thought that the story was engaging and language of the book was very easy to read. I found that I could relate to the situations as they seemed authenticate and a ...

    ** This was given to me by Netgalley to review and these are my honest opinions ** Release Date:  07th November 2017 The writing style was so confusing for me, the characters seemed to be all over the place once I was in Hannah's point of view in the first person and then the th...

  • Jena
    Nov 25, 2017

    I did not like I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS. Cumiskey's debut sorta warns the reader this isn't going to be a fluffy happy read but nonetheless I was not prepared for how painful, awful, and unlikeable the characters, circumstances, and plot would be. The book opens up with one of the coun...

    Release Date: November 7, 2017 Thanks to She Writes Press for providing an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for a review. Heather Cumiskey?s debut novel I Like You Like This is an honest tale of finding a way out of the dark not by following the light at the end of the tunnel but ...

    ***I received a complimentary copy of I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS by Heather Cumiskey in exchange for my honest review*** In 1984, Hannah, an emotionally abused teenager, hoping to become popular befriends Deacon, the local drug dealer. I was in undergrad in 1984, so I remember that era...

    ~ I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review ~ Facing extreme difficulties within youth is common for the majority of teenagers, therefore Cumiskey?s debut novel certainly covered topics many find relatable. Bullying, anxiety, drugs, abuse, et...

    0/5 stars DNF I just reached too high a level of anger to carry on. Great if you're up for reading a book that is offensive in more ways than one. The protagonist is head over heels for a drug dealer, but when a Peruvian girl who is minding her own business and then gets insulted f...

    ?Hannah always tried her best to hold it together. Tears only made it worse. Eventually she?d gotten used to the tormenting and pretended to be in on the joke.? Hannah Zandana lives a bleak life. She faces unrelenting bullying at home and at school, and only wants to find a pl...

  • Samantha
    Oct 05, 2017

    I did not like I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS. Cumiskey's debut sorta warns the reader this isn't going to be a fluffy happy read but nonetheless I was not prepared for how painful, awful, and unlikeable the characters, circumstances, and plot would be. The book opens up with one of the coun...

    Release Date: November 7, 2017 Thanks to She Writes Press for providing an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for a review. Heather Cumiskey?s debut novel I Like You Like This is an honest tale of finding a way out of the dark not by following the light at the end of the tunnel but ...

    ***I received a complimentary copy of I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS by Heather Cumiskey in exchange for my honest review*** In 1984, Hannah, an emotionally abused teenager, hoping to become popular befriends Deacon, the local drug dealer. I was in undergrad in 1984, so I remember that era...

    ~ I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review ~ Facing extreme difficulties within youth is common for the majority of teenagers, therefore Cumiskey?s debut novel certainly covered topics many find relatable. Bullying, anxiety, drugs, abuse, et...

    0/5 stars DNF I just reached too high a level of anger to carry on. Great if you're up for reading a book that is offensive in more ways than one. The protagonist is head over heels for a drug dealer, but when a Peruvian girl who is minding her own business and then gets insulted f...

    ?Hannah always tried her best to hold it together. Tears only made it worse. Eventually she?d gotten used to the tormenting and pretended to be in on the joke.? Hannah Zandana lives a bleak life. She faces unrelenting bullying at home and at school, and only wants to find a pl...

    For the lovers of Young Adult Fiction I like you like this revolves around one of the most common themes we come across- abuse and drugs. Hannah is constantly criticized by her parents. They make it a point to make her life as miserable as possible. Her father calls her names such a...

    Thank you to Booksparks for providing me with a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. This book was intense. Hannah?s struggle is incredibly deep and intense, and reading about it broke my heart. It was also a solid reminder that you never know someone?s battle...

    This book swallowed me whole and the ending keeps haunting me. It's a heartbreaking story about family and being outcasted. I hope I could tell in this review the exact feeling I've felt. Hannah and I both fell in love with Deacon. I understand what the author and the characters are tr...

    I like you like this is one of the book that put me into the real world of love. The content of the book were so perfect. The story were deeply unexpected. And with those short but lovely chapter entries, I am longing for more and more chapters. It is indeed a very addicting story. ...

    Author, Heather Cumiskey tackles a lot of sensitive issues in this book. I Like you Like This is written with a maturity that will be appreciated by all readers. A beautiful masterpiece! The main protagonist, Hannah starts out in a cocoon and by the end of the story has emerged into a ...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Oh my goodness!!! I absolutely couldn?t put this book down! I can?t wait till the next book comes out! I?m still thrown about Hannah?s flashbacks when she used there is so many questions left there! I loved hers and Deacon relationshi...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Well, I have mixed feelings about this book. It?s fast paced, powerful and packed with emotion. Starting at the beginning, I was glad that there wasn?t any wishy washy first few chapters. We jump right in to the story on the first page ...

    Hannah's home life stinks. Her school life also stinks. She thinks maybe a talk with the local dealer and then a party with a small group of girls she badly wants to be friends with will help. Deacon, a senior and the local dealer, has problems as well. Deacon's home life stinks too....

    It's been awhile since I gave a book five stars and this one...I had to really think about it first. This is one of those books you're either going to love or hate and I can understand both sides. I'll admit, there are a lot of errors/problems going on with this book but despite them, ...

    I Like You Like This A Novel by Heather Cumiskey She Writes Press Teens & YA Pub Date 07 Nov 2017 I am reviewing a copy of I Like You Like This through She Writes Press and Netgalley: It?s 1984 Connecticut and sixteen year old Hannah Zandana feels cursed....

    I quite enjoyed this book - there were a bit of issues with transitioning into different mindsets - I prefer when each person is either labelled or there is a space to show there is another person talking, so I had a bit of a problem following along in a few parts, but since most of th...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey I received an ARC of this book in exchange of my honest review. It took me a couple of weeks to finish this book since my daily life's been busy and chaotic with too many things to do at once. The book is surely on the slow pace side after...

    I Like You Like This chronicles the life of teenager who's parents not only verbally abuse her but abandon her emotionally as well. Her struggle to fit in includes experimenting with drugs. You keep hoping for some great insight into if it is possible that her parents can truly be this...

    I'm sorry that most of the reading public will have to wait until November to get their hands on Heather Cumiskey's debut YA novel, but am very glad that I was lucky enough to land an ARC! I Like You Like This is a dramatic and sometimes harrowing story, but Cumiskey's characters are v...

    ? Rate: 2,8 / 5 stars From the very first pages in this book you knew that this one was gonna be messed up and the next couple of chapters just solidified that. But then, it got better, it had so much potential to be one of those books where meeting that one person leads the heroi...

    I really wish that I could give this book 3.5 on here. I actually liked it and am looking forward for the sequel novel. I thought that the story was engaging and language of the book was very easy to read. I found that I could relate to the situations as they seemed authenticate and a ...

    ** This was given to me by Netgalley to review and these are my honest opinions ** Release Date:  07th November 2017 The writing style was so confusing for me, the characters seemed to be all over the place once I was in Hannah's point of view in the first person and then the th...

    Note: I received an eARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! This book touted itself as being for fans of Thirteen Reasons Why, so I went in immediately with preconceived notions (of my own doing) as to what this book would be about content wise. It really ...

  • Michelle Kidwell
    Oct 22, 2017

    I did not like I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS. Cumiskey's debut sorta warns the reader this isn't going to be a fluffy happy read but nonetheless I was not prepared for how painful, awful, and unlikeable the characters, circumstances, and plot would be. The book opens up with one of the coun...

    Release Date: November 7, 2017 Thanks to She Writes Press for providing an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for a review. Heather Cumiskey?s debut novel I Like You Like This is an honest tale of finding a way out of the dark not by following the light at the end of the tunnel but ...

    ***I received a complimentary copy of I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS by Heather Cumiskey in exchange for my honest review*** In 1984, Hannah, an emotionally abused teenager, hoping to become popular befriends Deacon, the local drug dealer. I was in undergrad in 1984, so I remember that era...

    ~ I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review ~ Facing extreme difficulties within youth is common for the majority of teenagers, therefore Cumiskey?s debut novel certainly covered topics many find relatable. Bullying, anxiety, drugs, abuse, et...

    0/5 stars DNF I just reached too high a level of anger to carry on. Great if you're up for reading a book that is offensive in more ways than one. The protagonist is head over heels for a drug dealer, but when a Peruvian girl who is minding her own business and then gets insulted f...

    ?Hannah always tried her best to hold it together. Tears only made it worse. Eventually she?d gotten used to the tormenting and pretended to be in on the joke.? Hannah Zandana lives a bleak life. She faces unrelenting bullying at home and at school, and only wants to find a pl...

    For the lovers of Young Adult Fiction I like you like this revolves around one of the most common themes we come across- abuse and drugs. Hannah is constantly criticized by her parents. They make it a point to make her life as miserable as possible. Her father calls her names such a...

    Thank you to Booksparks for providing me with a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. This book was intense. Hannah?s struggle is incredibly deep and intense, and reading about it broke my heart. It was also a solid reminder that you never know someone?s battle...

    This book swallowed me whole and the ending keeps haunting me. It's a heartbreaking story about family and being outcasted. I hope I could tell in this review the exact feeling I've felt. Hannah and I both fell in love with Deacon. I understand what the author and the characters are tr...

    I like you like this is one of the book that put me into the real world of love. The content of the book were so perfect. The story were deeply unexpected. And with those short but lovely chapter entries, I am longing for more and more chapters. It is indeed a very addicting story. ...

    Author, Heather Cumiskey tackles a lot of sensitive issues in this book. I Like you Like This is written with a maturity that will be appreciated by all readers. A beautiful masterpiece! The main protagonist, Hannah starts out in a cocoon and by the end of the story has emerged into a ...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Oh my goodness!!! I absolutely couldn?t put this book down! I can?t wait till the next book comes out! I?m still thrown about Hannah?s flashbacks when she used there is so many questions left there! I loved hers and Deacon relationshi...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Well, I have mixed feelings about this book. It?s fast paced, powerful and packed with emotion. Starting at the beginning, I was glad that there wasn?t any wishy washy first few chapters. We jump right in to the story on the first page ...

    Hannah's home life stinks. Her school life also stinks. She thinks maybe a talk with the local dealer and then a party with a small group of girls she badly wants to be friends with will help. Deacon, a senior and the local dealer, has problems as well. Deacon's home life stinks too....

    It's been awhile since I gave a book five stars and this one...I had to really think about it first. This is one of those books you're either going to love or hate and I can understand both sides. I'll admit, there are a lot of errors/problems going on with this book but despite them, ...

    I Like You Like This A Novel by Heather Cumiskey She Writes Press Teens & YA Pub Date 07 Nov 2017 I am reviewing a copy of I Like You Like This through She Writes Press and Netgalley: It?s 1984 Connecticut and sixteen year old Hannah Zandana feels cursed....

  • Amy's Book Reviews
    Sep 13, 2017

    I did not like I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS. Cumiskey's debut sorta warns the reader this isn't going to be a fluffy happy read but nonetheless I was not prepared for how painful, awful, and unlikeable the characters, circumstances, and plot would be. The book opens up with one of the coun...

    Release Date: November 7, 2017 Thanks to She Writes Press for providing an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for a review. Heather Cumiskey?s debut novel I Like You Like This is an honest tale of finding a way out of the dark not by following the light at the end of the tunnel but ...

    ***I received a complimentary copy of I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS by Heather Cumiskey in exchange for my honest review*** In 1984, Hannah, an emotionally abused teenager, hoping to become popular befriends Deacon, the local drug dealer. I was in undergrad in 1984, so I remember that era...

  • Caitlin
    Aug 07, 2017

    I did not like I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS. Cumiskey's debut sorta warns the reader this isn't going to be a fluffy happy read but nonetheless I was not prepared for how painful, awful, and unlikeable the characters, circumstances, and plot would be. The book opens up with one of the coun...

    Release Date: November 7, 2017 Thanks to She Writes Press for providing an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for a review. Heather Cumiskey?s debut novel I Like You Like This is an honest tale of finding a way out of the dark not by following the light at the end of the tunnel but ...

    ***I received a complimentary copy of I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS by Heather Cumiskey in exchange for my honest review*** In 1984, Hannah, an emotionally abused teenager, hoping to become popular befriends Deacon, the local drug dealer. I was in undergrad in 1984, so I remember that era...

    ~ I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review ~ Facing extreme difficulties within youth is common for the majority of teenagers, therefore Cumiskey?s debut novel certainly covered topics many find relatable. Bullying, anxiety, drugs, abuse, et...

    0/5 stars DNF I just reached too high a level of anger to carry on. Great if you're up for reading a book that is offensive in more ways than one. The protagonist is head over heels for a drug dealer, but when a Peruvian girl who is minding her own business and then gets insulted f...

    ?Hannah always tried her best to hold it together. Tears only made it worse. Eventually she?d gotten used to the tormenting and pretended to be in on the joke.? Hannah Zandana lives a bleak life. She faces unrelenting bullying at home and at school, and only wants to find a pl...

    For the lovers of Young Adult Fiction I like you like this revolves around one of the most common themes we come across- abuse and drugs. Hannah is constantly criticized by her parents. They make it a point to make her life as miserable as possible. Her father calls her names such a...

    Thank you to Booksparks for providing me with a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. This book was intense. Hannah?s struggle is incredibly deep and intense, and reading about it broke my heart. It was also a solid reminder that you never know someone?s battle...

    This book swallowed me whole and the ending keeps haunting me. It's a heartbreaking story about family and being outcasted. I hope I could tell in this review the exact feeling I've felt. Hannah and I both fell in love with Deacon. I understand what the author and the characters are tr...

    I like you like this is one of the book that put me into the real world of love. The content of the book were so perfect. The story were deeply unexpected. And with those short but lovely chapter entries, I am longing for more and more chapters. It is indeed a very addicting story. ...

    Author, Heather Cumiskey tackles a lot of sensitive issues in this book. I Like you Like This is written with a maturity that will be appreciated by all readers. A beautiful masterpiece! The main protagonist, Hannah starts out in a cocoon and by the end of the story has emerged into a ...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Oh my goodness!!! I absolutely couldn?t put this book down! I can?t wait till the next book comes out! I?m still thrown about Hannah?s flashbacks when she used there is so many questions left there! I loved hers and Deacon relationshi...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Well, I have mixed feelings about this book. It?s fast paced, powerful and packed with emotion. Starting at the beginning, I was glad that there wasn?t any wishy washy first few chapters. We jump right in to the story on the first page ...

    Hannah's home life stinks. Her school life also stinks. She thinks maybe a talk with the local dealer and then a party with a small group of girls she badly wants to be friends with will help. Deacon, a senior and the local dealer, has problems as well. Deacon's home life stinks too....

    It's been awhile since I gave a book five stars and this one...I had to really think about it first. This is one of those books you're either going to love or hate and I can understand both sides. I'll admit, there are a lot of errors/problems going on with this book but despite them, ...

    I Like You Like This A Novel by Heather Cumiskey She Writes Press Teens & YA Pub Date 07 Nov 2017 I am reviewing a copy of I Like You Like This through She Writes Press and Netgalley: It?s 1984 Connecticut and sixteen year old Hannah Zandana feels cursed....

    I quite enjoyed this book - there were a bit of issues with transitioning into different mindsets - I prefer when each person is either labelled or there is a space to show there is another person talking, so I had a bit of a problem following along in a few parts, but since most of th...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey I received an ARC of this book in exchange of my honest review. It took me a couple of weeks to finish this book since my daily life's been busy and chaotic with too many things to do at once. The book is surely on the slow pace side after...

    I Like You Like This chronicles the life of teenager who's parents not only verbally abuse her but abandon her emotionally as well. Her struggle to fit in includes experimenting with drugs. You keep hoping for some great insight into if it is possible that her parents can truly be this...

    I'm sorry that most of the reading public will have to wait until November to get their hands on Heather Cumiskey's debut YA novel, but am very glad that I was lucky enough to land an ARC! I Like You Like This is a dramatic and sometimes harrowing story, but Cumiskey's characters are v...

  • Elsa Gomes (BookishAurora)
    Oct 25, 2017

    I did not like I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS. Cumiskey's debut sorta warns the reader this isn't going to be a fluffy happy read but nonetheless I was not prepared for how painful, awful, and unlikeable the characters, circumstances, and plot would be. The book opens up with one of the coun...

    Release Date: November 7, 2017 Thanks to She Writes Press for providing an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for a review. Heather Cumiskey?s debut novel I Like You Like This is an honest tale of finding a way out of the dark not by following the light at the end of the tunnel but ...

    ***I received a complimentary copy of I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS by Heather Cumiskey in exchange for my honest review*** In 1984, Hannah, an emotionally abused teenager, hoping to become popular befriends Deacon, the local drug dealer. I was in undergrad in 1984, so I remember that era...

    ~ I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review ~ Facing extreme difficulties within youth is common for the majority of teenagers, therefore Cumiskey?s debut novel certainly covered topics many find relatable. Bullying, anxiety, drugs, abuse, et...

    0/5 stars DNF I just reached too high a level of anger to carry on. Great if you're up for reading a book that is offensive in more ways than one. The protagonist is head over heels for a drug dealer, but when a Peruvian girl who is minding her own business and then gets insulted f...

    ?Hannah always tried her best to hold it together. Tears only made it worse. Eventually she?d gotten used to the tormenting and pretended to be in on the joke.? Hannah Zandana lives a bleak life. She faces unrelenting bullying at home and at school, and only wants to find a pl...

    For the lovers of Young Adult Fiction I like you like this revolves around one of the most common themes we come across- abuse and drugs. Hannah is constantly criticized by her parents. They make it a point to make her life as miserable as possible. Her father calls her names such a...

    Thank you to Booksparks for providing me with a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. This book was intense. Hannah?s struggle is incredibly deep and intense, and reading about it broke my heart. It was also a solid reminder that you never know someone?s battle...

    This book swallowed me whole and the ending keeps haunting me. It's a heartbreaking story about family and being outcasted. I hope I could tell in this review the exact feeling I've felt. Hannah and I both fell in love with Deacon. I understand what the author and the characters are tr...

    I like you like this is one of the book that put me into the real world of love. The content of the book were so perfect. The story were deeply unexpected. And with those short but lovely chapter entries, I am longing for more and more chapters. It is indeed a very addicting story. ...

    Author, Heather Cumiskey tackles a lot of sensitive issues in this book. I Like you Like This is written with a maturity that will be appreciated by all readers. A beautiful masterpiece! The main protagonist, Hannah starts out in a cocoon and by the end of the story has emerged into a ...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Oh my goodness!!! I absolutely couldn?t put this book down! I can?t wait till the next book comes out! I?m still thrown about Hannah?s flashbacks when she used there is so many questions left there! I loved hers and Deacon relationshi...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Well, I have mixed feelings about this book. It?s fast paced, powerful and packed with emotion. Starting at the beginning, I was glad that there wasn?t any wishy washy first few chapters. We jump right in to the story on the first page ...

    Hannah's home life stinks. Her school life also stinks. She thinks maybe a talk with the local dealer and then a party with a small group of girls she badly wants to be friends with will help. Deacon, a senior and the local dealer, has problems as well. Deacon's home life stinks too....

    It's been awhile since I gave a book five stars and this one...I had to really think about it first. This is one of those books you're either going to love or hate and I can understand both sides. I'll admit, there are a lot of errors/problems going on with this book but despite them, ...

    I Like You Like This A Novel by Heather Cumiskey She Writes Press Teens & YA Pub Date 07 Nov 2017 I am reviewing a copy of I Like You Like This through She Writes Press and Netgalley: It?s 1984 Connecticut and sixteen year old Hannah Zandana feels cursed....

    I quite enjoyed this book - there were a bit of issues with transitioning into different mindsets - I prefer when each person is either labelled or there is a space to show there is another person talking, so I had a bit of a problem following along in a few parts, but since most of th...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey I received an ARC of this book in exchange of my honest review. It took me a couple of weeks to finish this book since my daily life's been busy and chaotic with too many things to do at once. The book is surely on the slow pace side after...

    I Like You Like This chronicles the life of teenager who's parents not only verbally abuse her but abandon her emotionally as well. Her struggle to fit in includes experimenting with drugs. You keep hoping for some great insight into if it is possible that her parents can truly be this...

    I'm sorry that most of the reading public will have to wait until November to get their hands on Heather Cumiskey's debut YA novel, but am very glad that I was lucky enough to land an ARC! I Like You Like This is a dramatic and sometimes harrowing story, but Cumiskey's characters are v...

    ? Rate: 2,8 / 5 stars From the very first pages in this book you knew that this one was gonna be messed up and the next couple of chapters just solidified that. But then, it got better, it had so much potential to be one of those books where meeting that one person leads the heroi...

  • Hollis
    Oct 13, 2017

    I did not like I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS. Cumiskey's debut sorta warns the reader this isn't going to be a fluffy happy read but nonetheless I was not prepared for how painful, awful, and unlikeable the characters, circumstances, and plot would be. The book opens up with one of the coun...

  • Beck Frost
    Jan 23, 2018

    I did not like I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS. Cumiskey's debut sorta warns the reader this isn't going to be a fluffy happy read but nonetheless I was not prepared for how painful, awful, and unlikeable the characters, circumstances, and plot would be. The book opens up with one of the coun...

    Release Date: November 7, 2017 Thanks to She Writes Press for providing an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for a review. Heather Cumiskey?s debut novel I Like You Like This is an honest tale of finding a way out of the dark not by following the light at the end of the tunnel but ...

    ***I received a complimentary copy of I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS by Heather Cumiskey in exchange for my honest review*** In 1984, Hannah, an emotionally abused teenager, hoping to become popular befriends Deacon, the local drug dealer. I was in undergrad in 1984, so I remember that era...

    ~ I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review ~ Facing extreme difficulties within youth is common for the majority of teenagers, therefore Cumiskey?s debut novel certainly covered topics many find relatable. Bullying, anxiety, drugs, abuse, et...

    0/5 stars DNF I just reached too high a level of anger to carry on. Great if you're up for reading a book that is offensive in more ways than one. The protagonist is head over heels for a drug dealer, but when a Peruvian girl who is minding her own business and then gets insulted f...

    ?Hannah always tried her best to hold it together. Tears only made it worse. Eventually she?d gotten used to the tormenting and pretended to be in on the joke.? Hannah Zandana lives a bleak life. She faces unrelenting bullying at home and at school, and only wants to find a pl...

    For the lovers of Young Adult Fiction I like you like this revolves around one of the most common themes we come across- abuse and drugs. Hannah is constantly criticized by her parents. They make it a point to make her life as miserable as possible. Her father calls her names such a...

    Thank you to Booksparks for providing me with a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. This book was intense. Hannah?s struggle is incredibly deep and intense, and reading about it broke my heart. It was also a solid reminder that you never know someone?s battle...

    This book swallowed me whole and the ending keeps haunting me. It's a heartbreaking story about family and being outcasted. I hope I could tell in this review the exact feeling I've felt. Hannah and I both fell in love with Deacon. I understand what the author and the characters are tr...

    I like you like this is one of the book that put me into the real world of love. The content of the book were so perfect. The story were deeply unexpected. And with those short but lovely chapter entries, I am longing for more and more chapters. It is indeed a very addicting story. ...

    Author, Heather Cumiskey tackles a lot of sensitive issues in this book. I Like you Like This is written with a maturity that will be appreciated by all readers. A beautiful masterpiece! The main protagonist, Hannah starts out in a cocoon and by the end of the story has emerged into a ...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Oh my goodness!!! I absolutely couldn?t put this book down! I can?t wait till the next book comes out! I?m still thrown about Hannah?s flashbacks when she used there is so many questions left there! I loved hers and Deacon relationshi...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Well, I have mixed feelings about this book. It?s fast paced, powerful and packed with emotion. Starting at the beginning, I was glad that there wasn?t any wishy washy first few chapters. We jump right in to the story on the first page ...

    Hannah's home life stinks. Her school life also stinks. She thinks maybe a talk with the local dealer and then a party with a small group of girls she badly wants to be friends with will help. Deacon, a senior and the local dealer, has problems as well. Deacon's home life stinks too....

    It's been awhile since I gave a book five stars and this one...I had to really think about it first. This is one of those books you're either going to love or hate and I can understand both sides. I'll admit, there are a lot of errors/problems going on with this book but despite them, ...

    I Like You Like This A Novel by Heather Cumiskey She Writes Press Teens & YA Pub Date 07 Nov 2017 I am reviewing a copy of I Like You Like This through She Writes Press and Netgalley: It?s 1984 Connecticut and sixteen year old Hannah Zandana feels cursed....

    I quite enjoyed this book - there were a bit of issues with transitioning into different mindsets - I prefer when each person is either labelled or there is a space to show there is another person talking, so I had a bit of a problem following along in a few parts, but since most of th...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey I received an ARC of this book in exchange of my honest review. It took me a couple of weeks to finish this book since my daily life's been busy and chaotic with too many things to do at once. The book is surely on the slow pace side after...

    I Like You Like This chronicles the life of teenager who's parents not only verbally abuse her but abandon her emotionally as well. Her struggle to fit in includes experimenting with drugs. You keep hoping for some great insight into if it is possible that her parents can truly be this...

    I'm sorry that most of the reading public will have to wait until November to get their hands on Heather Cumiskey's debut YA novel, but am very glad that I was lucky enough to land an ARC! I Like You Like This is a dramatic and sometimes harrowing story, but Cumiskey's characters are v...

    ? Rate: 2,8 / 5 stars From the very first pages in this book you knew that this one was gonna be messed up and the next couple of chapters just solidified that. But then, it got better, it had so much potential to be one of those books where meeting that one person leads the heroi...

    I really wish that I could give this book 3.5 on here. I actually liked it and am looking forward for the sequel novel. I thought that the story was engaging and language of the book was very easy to read. I found that I could relate to the situations as they seemed authenticate and a ...

  • Lori
    Feb 20, 2018

    I did not like I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS. Cumiskey's debut sorta warns the reader this isn't going to be a fluffy happy read but nonetheless I was not prepared for how painful, awful, and unlikeable the characters, circumstances, and plot would be. The book opens up with one of the coun...

    Release Date: November 7, 2017 Thanks to She Writes Press for providing an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for a review. Heather Cumiskey?s debut novel I Like You Like This is an honest tale of finding a way out of the dark not by following the light at the end of the tunnel but ...

    ***I received a complimentary copy of I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS by Heather Cumiskey in exchange for my honest review*** In 1984, Hannah, an emotionally abused teenager, hoping to become popular befriends Deacon, the local drug dealer. I was in undergrad in 1984, so I remember that era...

    ~ I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review ~ Facing extreme difficulties within youth is common for the majority of teenagers, therefore Cumiskey?s debut novel certainly covered topics many find relatable. Bullying, anxiety, drugs, abuse, et...

    0/5 stars DNF I just reached too high a level of anger to carry on. Great if you're up for reading a book that is offensive in more ways than one. The protagonist is head over heels for a drug dealer, but when a Peruvian girl who is minding her own business and then gets insulted f...

    ?Hannah always tried her best to hold it together. Tears only made it worse. Eventually she?d gotten used to the tormenting and pretended to be in on the joke.? Hannah Zandana lives a bleak life. She faces unrelenting bullying at home and at school, and only wants to find a pl...

    For the lovers of Young Adult Fiction I like you like this revolves around one of the most common themes we come across- abuse and drugs. Hannah is constantly criticized by her parents. They make it a point to make her life as miserable as possible. Her father calls her names such a...

    Thank you to Booksparks for providing me with a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. This book was intense. Hannah?s struggle is incredibly deep and intense, and reading about it broke my heart. It was also a solid reminder that you never know someone?s battle...

    This book swallowed me whole and the ending keeps haunting me. It's a heartbreaking story about family and being outcasted. I hope I could tell in this review the exact feeling I've felt. Hannah and I both fell in love with Deacon. I understand what the author and the characters are tr...

    I like you like this is one of the book that put me into the real world of love. The content of the book were so perfect. The story were deeply unexpected. And with those short but lovely chapter entries, I am longing for more and more chapters. It is indeed a very addicting story. ...

    Author, Heather Cumiskey tackles a lot of sensitive issues in this book. I Like you Like This is written with a maturity that will be appreciated by all readers. A beautiful masterpiece! The main protagonist, Hannah starts out in a cocoon and by the end of the story has emerged into a ...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Oh my goodness!!! I absolutely couldn?t put this book down! I can?t wait till the next book comes out! I?m still thrown about Hannah?s flashbacks when she used there is so many questions left there! I loved hers and Deacon relationshi...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Well, I have mixed feelings about this book. It?s fast paced, powerful and packed with emotion. Starting at the beginning, I was glad that there wasn?t any wishy washy first few chapters. We jump right in to the story on the first page ...

    Hannah's home life stinks. Her school life also stinks. She thinks maybe a talk with the local dealer and then a party with a small group of girls she badly wants to be friends with will help. Deacon, a senior and the local dealer, has problems as well. Deacon's home life stinks too....

    It's been awhile since I gave a book five stars and this one...I had to really think about it first. This is one of those books you're either going to love or hate and I can understand both sides. I'll admit, there are a lot of errors/problems going on with this book but despite them, ...

    I Like You Like This A Novel by Heather Cumiskey She Writes Press Teens & YA Pub Date 07 Nov 2017 I am reviewing a copy of I Like You Like This through She Writes Press and Netgalley: It?s 1984 Connecticut and sixteen year old Hannah Zandana feels cursed....

    I quite enjoyed this book - there were a bit of issues with transitioning into different mindsets - I prefer when each person is either labelled or there is a space to show there is another person talking, so I had a bit of a problem following along in a few parts, but since most of th...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey I received an ARC of this book in exchange of my honest review. It took me a couple of weeks to finish this book since my daily life's been busy and chaotic with too many things to do at once. The book is surely on the slow pace side after...

    I Like You Like This chronicles the life of teenager who's parents not only verbally abuse her but abandon her emotionally as well. Her struggle to fit in includes experimenting with drugs. You keep hoping for some great insight into if it is possible that her parents can truly be this...

    I'm sorry that most of the reading public will have to wait until November to get their hands on Heather Cumiskey's debut YA novel, but am very glad that I was lucky enough to land an ARC! I Like You Like This is a dramatic and sometimes harrowing story, but Cumiskey's characters are v...

    ? Rate: 2,8 / 5 stars From the very first pages in this book you knew that this one was gonna be messed up and the next couple of chapters just solidified that. But then, it got better, it had so much potential to be one of those books where meeting that one person leads the heroi...

    I really wish that I could give this book 3.5 on here. I actually liked it and am looking forward for the sequel novel. I thought that the story was engaging and language of the book was very easy to read. I found that I could relate to the situations as they seemed authenticate and a ...

    ** This was given to me by Netgalley to review and these are my honest opinions ** Release Date:  07th November 2017 The writing style was so confusing for me, the characters seemed to be all over the place once I was in Hannah's point of view in the first person and then the th...

    Note: I received an eARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! This book touted itself as being for fans of Thirteen Reasons Why, so I went in immediately with preconceived notions (of my own doing) as to what this book would be about content wise. It really ...

    It?s 1984 Connecticut and sixteen-year-old Hannah has a pitiful life; unpopular with a zitty face and big red hair, no friends, and extra-mean parents who dote on her younger sister. Into this scarcity of love and decency walks handsome senior, Deacon, the town drug-dealer, who has h...

    I liked it, but parts of this story were a bit unrealistic. Why was it set in the '80s, aside from having no access to modern technology, and a few pop culture references? Hannah's parents are a bit too mean to her, and the reason why is still a terrible excuse. Why does Deacon like he...

    Oh this was just bleak. I'. totally fine with dark books about horrid topics infact they're often my favourite books. This was however a disopicable load of just badness on top of badness. Everything you never want to have do endure is here. It's not even done in an emotinal way it's j...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publishers for this review copy in exchange for an honest review. I wanted to like this one and I knew it wasn?t going to be an easy read and while the authors writing style was easy and very worth the time I just found this to be too heavy. Maybe it...

    This is a realistic fiction that deals with the inner struggles of the main character, Hannah, as she navigates a very difficult home situation, bullies at school, a first-time drug trip that goes bad, and a new "bad-boy" boyfriend. The book unflinchingly depicts many tough situations ...

  • Amber Carroll
    Oct 10, 2017

    I did not like I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS. Cumiskey's debut sorta warns the reader this isn't going to be a fluffy happy read but nonetheless I was not prepared for how painful, awful, and unlikeable the characters, circumstances, and plot would be. The book opens up with one of the coun...

    Release Date: November 7, 2017 Thanks to She Writes Press for providing an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for a review. Heather Cumiskey?s debut novel I Like You Like This is an honest tale of finding a way out of the dark not by following the light at the end of the tunnel but ...

    ***I received a complimentary copy of I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS by Heather Cumiskey in exchange for my honest review*** In 1984, Hannah, an emotionally abused teenager, hoping to become popular befriends Deacon, the local drug dealer. I was in undergrad in 1984, so I remember that era...

    ~ I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review ~ Facing extreme difficulties within youth is common for the majority of teenagers, therefore Cumiskey?s debut novel certainly covered topics many find relatable. Bullying, anxiety, drugs, abuse, et...

    0/5 stars DNF I just reached too high a level of anger to carry on. Great if you're up for reading a book that is offensive in more ways than one. The protagonist is head over heels for a drug dealer, but when a Peruvian girl who is minding her own business and then gets insulted f...

    ?Hannah always tried her best to hold it together. Tears only made it worse. Eventually she?d gotten used to the tormenting and pretended to be in on the joke.? Hannah Zandana lives a bleak life. She faces unrelenting bullying at home and at school, and only wants to find a pl...

    For the lovers of Young Adult Fiction I like you like this revolves around one of the most common themes we come across- abuse and drugs. Hannah is constantly criticized by her parents. They make it a point to make her life as miserable as possible. Her father calls her names such a...

    Thank you to Booksparks for providing me with a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. This book was intense. Hannah?s struggle is incredibly deep and intense, and reading about it broke my heart. It was also a solid reminder that you never know someone?s battle...

    This book swallowed me whole and the ending keeps haunting me. It's a heartbreaking story about family and being outcasted. I hope I could tell in this review the exact feeling I've felt. Hannah and I both fell in love with Deacon. I understand what the author and the characters are tr...

    I like you like this is one of the book that put me into the real world of love. The content of the book were so perfect. The story were deeply unexpected. And with those short but lovely chapter entries, I am longing for more and more chapters. It is indeed a very addicting story. ...

    Author, Heather Cumiskey tackles a lot of sensitive issues in this book. I Like you Like This is written with a maturity that will be appreciated by all readers. A beautiful masterpiece! The main protagonist, Hannah starts out in a cocoon and by the end of the story has emerged into a ...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Oh my goodness!!! I absolutely couldn?t put this book down! I can?t wait till the next book comes out! I?m still thrown about Hannah?s flashbacks when she used there is so many questions left there! I loved hers and Deacon relationshi...

  • Kaylee
    Oct 18, 2017

    I did not like I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS. Cumiskey's debut sorta warns the reader this isn't going to be a fluffy happy read but nonetheless I was not prepared for how painful, awful, and unlikeable the characters, circumstances, and plot would be. The book opens up with one of the coun...

    Release Date: November 7, 2017 Thanks to She Writes Press for providing an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for a review. Heather Cumiskey?s debut novel I Like You Like This is an honest tale of finding a way out of the dark not by following the light at the end of the tunnel but ...

    ***I received a complimentary copy of I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS by Heather Cumiskey in exchange for my honest review*** In 1984, Hannah, an emotionally abused teenager, hoping to become popular befriends Deacon, the local drug dealer. I was in undergrad in 1984, so I remember that era...

    ~ I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review ~ Facing extreme difficulties within youth is common for the majority of teenagers, therefore Cumiskey?s debut novel certainly covered topics many find relatable. Bullying, anxiety, drugs, abuse, et...

    0/5 stars DNF I just reached too high a level of anger to carry on. Great if you're up for reading a book that is offensive in more ways than one. The protagonist is head over heels for a drug dealer, but when a Peruvian girl who is minding her own business and then gets insulted f...

    ?Hannah always tried her best to hold it together. Tears only made it worse. Eventually she?d gotten used to the tormenting and pretended to be in on the joke.? Hannah Zandana lives a bleak life. She faces unrelenting bullying at home and at school, and only wants to find a pl...

    For the lovers of Young Adult Fiction I like you like this revolves around one of the most common themes we come across- abuse and drugs. Hannah is constantly criticized by her parents. They make it a point to make her life as miserable as possible. Her father calls her names such a...

    Thank you to Booksparks for providing me with a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. This book was intense. Hannah?s struggle is incredibly deep and intense, and reading about it broke my heart. It was also a solid reminder that you never know someone?s battle...

    This book swallowed me whole and the ending keeps haunting me. It's a heartbreaking story about family and being outcasted. I hope I could tell in this review the exact feeling I've felt. Hannah and I both fell in love with Deacon. I understand what the author and the characters are tr...

    I like you like this is one of the book that put me into the real world of love. The content of the book were so perfect. The story were deeply unexpected. And with those short but lovely chapter entries, I am longing for more and more chapters. It is indeed a very addicting story. ...

    Author, Heather Cumiskey tackles a lot of sensitive issues in this book. I Like you Like This is written with a maturity that will be appreciated by all readers. A beautiful masterpiece! The main protagonist, Hannah starts out in a cocoon and by the end of the story has emerged into a ...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Oh my goodness!!! I absolutely couldn?t put this book down! I can?t wait till the next book comes out! I?m still thrown about Hannah?s flashbacks when she used there is so many questions left there! I loved hers and Deacon relationshi...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Well, I have mixed feelings about this book. It?s fast paced, powerful and packed with emotion. Starting at the beginning, I was glad that there wasn?t any wishy washy first few chapters. We jump right in to the story on the first page ...

    Hannah's home life stinks. Her school life also stinks. She thinks maybe a talk with the local dealer and then a party with a small group of girls she badly wants to be friends with will help. Deacon, a senior and the local dealer, has problems as well. Deacon's home life stinks too....

    It's been awhile since I gave a book five stars and this one...I had to really think about it first. This is one of those books you're either going to love or hate and I can understand both sides. I'll admit, there are a lot of errors/problems going on with this book but despite them, ...

    I Like You Like This A Novel by Heather Cumiskey She Writes Press Teens & YA Pub Date 07 Nov 2017 I am reviewing a copy of I Like You Like This through She Writes Press and Netgalley: It?s 1984 Connecticut and sixteen year old Hannah Zandana feels cursed....

    I quite enjoyed this book - there were a bit of issues with transitioning into different mindsets - I prefer when each person is either labelled or there is a space to show there is another person talking, so I had a bit of a problem following along in a few parts, but since most of th...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey I received an ARC of this book in exchange of my honest review. It took me a couple of weeks to finish this book since my daily life's been busy and chaotic with too many things to do at once. The book is surely on the slow pace side after...

    I Like You Like This chronicles the life of teenager who's parents not only verbally abuse her but abandon her emotionally as well. Her struggle to fit in includes experimenting with drugs. You keep hoping for some great insight into if it is possible that her parents can truly be this...

    I'm sorry that most of the reading public will have to wait until November to get their hands on Heather Cumiskey's debut YA novel, but am very glad that I was lucky enough to land an ARC! I Like You Like This is a dramatic and sometimes harrowing story, but Cumiskey's characters are v...

    ? Rate: 2,8 / 5 stars From the very first pages in this book you knew that this one was gonna be messed up and the next couple of chapters just solidified that. But then, it got better, it had so much potential to be one of those books where meeting that one person leads the heroi...

    I really wish that I could give this book 3.5 on here. I actually liked it and am looking forward for the sequel novel. I thought that the story was engaging and language of the book was very easy to read. I found that I could relate to the situations as they seemed authenticate and a ...

    ** This was given to me by Netgalley to review and these are my honest opinions ** Release Date:  07th November 2017 The writing style was so confusing for me, the characters seemed to be all over the place once I was in Hannah's point of view in the first person and then the th...

    Note: I received an eARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! This book touted itself as being for fans of Thirteen Reasons Why, so I went in immediately with preconceived notions (of my own doing) as to what this book would be about content wise. It really ...

    It?s 1984 Connecticut and sixteen-year-old Hannah has a pitiful life; unpopular with a zitty face and big red hair, no friends, and extra-mean parents who dote on her younger sister. Into this scarcity of love and decency walks handsome senior, Deacon, the town drug-dealer, who has h...

    I liked it, but parts of this story were a bit unrealistic. Why was it set in the '80s, aside from having no access to modern technology, and a few pop culture references? Hannah's parents are a bit too mean to her, and the reason why is still a terrible excuse. Why does Deacon like he...

    Oh this was just bleak. I'. totally fine with dark books about horrid topics infact they're often my favourite books. This was however a disopicable load of just badness on top of badness. Everything you never want to have do endure is here. It's not even done in an emotinal way it's j...

  • Lali
    Sep 26, 2017

    I did not like I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS. Cumiskey's debut sorta warns the reader this isn't going to be a fluffy happy read but nonetheless I was not prepared for how painful, awful, and unlikeable the characters, circumstances, and plot would be. The book opens up with one of the coun...

    Release Date: November 7, 2017 Thanks to She Writes Press for providing an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for a review. Heather Cumiskey?s debut novel I Like You Like This is an honest tale of finding a way out of the dark not by following the light at the end of the tunnel but ...

    ***I received a complimentary copy of I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS by Heather Cumiskey in exchange for my honest review*** In 1984, Hannah, an emotionally abused teenager, hoping to become popular befriends Deacon, the local drug dealer. I was in undergrad in 1984, so I remember that era...

    ~ I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review ~ Facing extreme difficulties within youth is common for the majority of teenagers, therefore Cumiskey?s debut novel certainly covered topics many find relatable. Bullying, anxiety, drugs, abuse, et...

    0/5 stars DNF I just reached too high a level of anger to carry on. Great if you're up for reading a book that is offensive in more ways than one. The protagonist is head over heels for a drug dealer, but when a Peruvian girl who is minding her own business and then gets insulted f...

    ?Hannah always tried her best to hold it together. Tears only made it worse. Eventually she?d gotten used to the tormenting and pretended to be in on the joke.? Hannah Zandana lives a bleak life. She faces unrelenting bullying at home and at school, and only wants to find a pl...

    For the lovers of Young Adult Fiction I like you like this revolves around one of the most common themes we come across- abuse and drugs. Hannah is constantly criticized by her parents. They make it a point to make her life as miserable as possible. Her father calls her names such a...

    Thank you to Booksparks for providing me with a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. This book was intense. Hannah?s struggle is incredibly deep and intense, and reading about it broke my heart. It was also a solid reminder that you never know someone?s battle...

    This book swallowed me whole and the ending keeps haunting me. It's a heartbreaking story about family and being outcasted. I hope I could tell in this review the exact feeling I've felt. Hannah and I both fell in love with Deacon. I understand what the author and the characters are tr...

    I like you like this is one of the book that put me into the real world of love. The content of the book were so perfect. The story were deeply unexpected. And with those short but lovely chapter entries, I am longing for more and more chapters. It is indeed a very addicting story. ...

    Author, Heather Cumiskey tackles a lot of sensitive issues in this book. I Like you Like This is written with a maturity that will be appreciated by all readers. A beautiful masterpiece! The main protagonist, Hannah starts out in a cocoon and by the end of the story has emerged into a ...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Oh my goodness!!! I absolutely couldn?t put this book down! I can?t wait till the next book comes out! I?m still thrown about Hannah?s flashbacks when she used there is so many questions left there! I loved hers and Deacon relationshi...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Well, I have mixed feelings about this book. It?s fast paced, powerful and packed with emotion. Starting at the beginning, I was glad that there wasn?t any wishy washy first few chapters. We jump right in to the story on the first page ...

    Hannah's home life stinks. Her school life also stinks. She thinks maybe a talk with the local dealer and then a party with a small group of girls she badly wants to be friends with will help. Deacon, a senior and the local dealer, has problems as well. Deacon's home life stinks too....

    It's been awhile since I gave a book five stars and this one...I had to really think about it first. This is one of those books you're either going to love or hate and I can understand both sides. I'll admit, there are a lot of errors/problems going on with this book but despite them, ...

    I Like You Like This A Novel by Heather Cumiskey She Writes Press Teens & YA Pub Date 07 Nov 2017 I am reviewing a copy of I Like You Like This through She Writes Press and Netgalley: It?s 1984 Connecticut and sixteen year old Hannah Zandana feels cursed....

    I quite enjoyed this book - there were a bit of issues with transitioning into different mindsets - I prefer when each person is either labelled or there is a space to show there is another person talking, so I had a bit of a problem following along in a few parts, but since most of th...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey I received an ARC of this book in exchange of my honest review. It took me a couple of weeks to finish this book since my daily life's been busy and chaotic with too many things to do at once. The book is surely on the slow pace side after...

  • Chesca
    Oct 04, 2017

    I did not like I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS. Cumiskey's debut sorta warns the reader this isn't going to be a fluffy happy read but nonetheless I was not prepared for how painful, awful, and unlikeable the characters, circumstances, and plot would be. The book opens up with one of the coun...

    Release Date: November 7, 2017 Thanks to She Writes Press for providing an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for a review. Heather Cumiskey?s debut novel I Like You Like This is an honest tale of finding a way out of the dark not by following the light at the end of the tunnel but ...

  • Entrada Book Review
    Sep 26, 2017

    I did not like I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS. Cumiskey's debut sorta warns the reader this isn't going to be a fluffy happy read but nonetheless I was not prepared for how painful, awful, and unlikeable the characters, circumstances, and plot would be. The book opens up with one of the coun...

    Release Date: November 7, 2017 Thanks to She Writes Press for providing an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for a review. Heather Cumiskey?s debut novel I Like You Like This is an honest tale of finding a way out of the dark not by following the light at the end of the tunnel but ...

    ***I received a complimentary copy of I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS by Heather Cumiskey in exchange for my honest review*** In 1984, Hannah, an emotionally abused teenager, hoping to become popular befriends Deacon, the local drug dealer. I was in undergrad in 1984, so I remember that era...

    ~ I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review ~ Facing extreme difficulties within youth is common for the majority of teenagers, therefore Cumiskey?s debut novel certainly covered topics many find relatable. Bullying, anxiety, drugs, abuse, et...

    0/5 stars DNF I just reached too high a level of anger to carry on. Great if you're up for reading a book that is offensive in more ways than one. The protagonist is head over heels for a drug dealer, but when a Peruvian girl who is minding her own business and then gets insulted f...

    ?Hannah always tried her best to hold it together. Tears only made it worse. Eventually she?d gotten used to the tormenting and pretended to be in on the joke.? Hannah Zandana lives a bleak life. She faces unrelenting bullying at home and at school, and only wants to find a pl...

    For the lovers of Young Adult Fiction I like you like this revolves around one of the most common themes we come across- abuse and drugs. Hannah is constantly criticized by her parents. They make it a point to make her life as miserable as possible. Her father calls her names such a...

    Thank you to Booksparks for providing me with a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. This book was intense. Hannah?s struggle is incredibly deep and intense, and reading about it broke my heart. It was also a solid reminder that you never know someone?s battle...

    This book swallowed me whole and the ending keeps haunting me. It's a heartbreaking story about family and being outcasted. I hope I could tell in this review the exact feeling I've felt. Hannah and I both fell in love with Deacon. I understand what the author and the characters are tr...

    I like you like this is one of the book that put me into the real world of love. The content of the book were so perfect. The story were deeply unexpected. And with those short but lovely chapter entries, I am longing for more and more chapters. It is indeed a very addicting story. ...

    Author, Heather Cumiskey tackles a lot of sensitive issues in this book. I Like you Like This is written with a maturity that will be appreciated by all readers. A beautiful masterpiece! The main protagonist, Hannah starts out in a cocoon and by the end of the story has emerged into a ...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Oh my goodness!!! I absolutely couldn?t put this book down! I can?t wait till the next book comes out! I?m still thrown about Hannah?s flashbacks when she used there is so many questions left there! I loved hers and Deacon relationshi...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Well, I have mixed feelings about this book. It?s fast paced, powerful and packed with emotion. Starting at the beginning, I was glad that there wasn?t any wishy washy first few chapters. We jump right in to the story on the first page ...

    Hannah's home life stinks. Her school life also stinks. She thinks maybe a talk with the local dealer and then a party with a small group of girls she badly wants to be friends with will help. Deacon, a senior and the local dealer, has problems as well. Deacon's home life stinks too....

    It's been awhile since I gave a book five stars and this one...I had to really think about it first. This is one of those books you're either going to love or hate and I can understand both sides. I'll admit, there are a lot of errors/problems going on with this book but despite them, ...

    I Like You Like This A Novel by Heather Cumiskey She Writes Press Teens & YA Pub Date 07 Nov 2017 I am reviewing a copy of I Like You Like This through She Writes Press and Netgalley: It?s 1984 Connecticut and sixteen year old Hannah Zandana feels cursed....

    I quite enjoyed this book - there were a bit of issues with transitioning into different mindsets - I prefer when each person is either labelled or there is a space to show there is another person talking, so I had a bit of a problem following along in a few parts, but since most of th...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey I received an ARC of this book in exchange of my honest review. It took me a couple of weeks to finish this book since my daily life's been busy and chaotic with too many things to do at once. The book is surely on the slow pace side after...

    I Like You Like This chronicles the life of teenager who's parents not only verbally abuse her but abandon her emotionally as well. Her struggle to fit in includes experimenting with drugs. You keep hoping for some great insight into if it is possible that her parents can truly be this...

  • Charlotte
    Oct 05, 2017

    I did not like I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS. Cumiskey's debut sorta warns the reader this isn't going to be a fluffy happy read but nonetheless I was not prepared for how painful, awful, and unlikeable the characters, circumstances, and plot would be. The book opens up with one of the coun...

    Release Date: November 7, 2017 Thanks to She Writes Press for providing an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for a review. Heather Cumiskey?s debut novel I Like You Like This is an honest tale of finding a way out of the dark not by following the light at the end of the tunnel but ...

    ***I received a complimentary copy of I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS by Heather Cumiskey in exchange for my honest review*** In 1984, Hannah, an emotionally abused teenager, hoping to become popular befriends Deacon, the local drug dealer. I was in undergrad in 1984, so I remember that era...

    ~ I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review ~ Facing extreme difficulties within youth is common for the majority of teenagers, therefore Cumiskey?s debut novel certainly covered topics many find relatable. Bullying, anxiety, drugs, abuse, et...

    0/5 stars DNF I just reached too high a level of anger to carry on. Great if you're up for reading a book that is offensive in more ways than one. The protagonist is head over heels for a drug dealer, but when a Peruvian girl who is minding her own business and then gets insulted f...

    ?Hannah always tried her best to hold it together. Tears only made it worse. Eventually she?d gotten used to the tormenting and pretended to be in on the joke.? Hannah Zandana lives a bleak life. She faces unrelenting bullying at home and at school, and only wants to find a pl...

    For the lovers of Young Adult Fiction I like you like this revolves around one of the most common themes we come across- abuse and drugs. Hannah is constantly criticized by her parents. They make it a point to make her life as miserable as possible. Her father calls her names such a...

    Thank you to Booksparks for providing me with a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. This book was intense. Hannah?s struggle is incredibly deep and intense, and reading about it broke my heart. It was also a solid reminder that you never know someone?s battle...

    This book swallowed me whole and the ending keeps haunting me. It's a heartbreaking story about family and being outcasted. I hope I could tell in this review the exact feeling I've felt. Hannah and I both fell in love with Deacon. I understand what the author and the characters are tr...

    I like you like this is one of the book that put me into the real world of love. The content of the book were so perfect. The story were deeply unexpected. And with those short but lovely chapter entries, I am longing for more and more chapters. It is indeed a very addicting story. ...

    Author, Heather Cumiskey tackles a lot of sensitive issues in this book. I Like you Like This is written with a maturity that will be appreciated by all readers. A beautiful masterpiece! The main protagonist, Hannah starts out in a cocoon and by the end of the story has emerged into a ...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Oh my goodness!!! I absolutely couldn?t put this book down! I can?t wait till the next book comes out! I?m still thrown about Hannah?s flashbacks when she used there is so many questions left there! I loved hers and Deacon relationshi...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Well, I have mixed feelings about this book. It?s fast paced, powerful and packed with emotion. Starting at the beginning, I was glad that there wasn?t any wishy washy first few chapters. We jump right in to the story on the first page ...

    Hannah's home life stinks. Her school life also stinks. She thinks maybe a talk with the local dealer and then a party with a small group of girls she badly wants to be friends with will help. Deacon, a senior and the local dealer, has problems as well. Deacon's home life stinks too....

  • Fey (feysbookishworld)
    Oct 30, 2017

    I did not like I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS. Cumiskey's debut sorta warns the reader this isn't going to be a fluffy happy read but nonetheless I was not prepared for how painful, awful, and unlikeable the characters, circumstances, and plot would be. The book opens up with one of the coun...

    Release Date: November 7, 2017 Thanks to She Writes Press for providing an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for a review. Heather Cumiskey?s debut novel I Like You Like This is an honest tale of finding a way out of the dark not by following the light at the end of the tunnel but ...

    ***I received a complimentary copy of I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS by Heather Cumiskey in exchange for my honest review*** In 1984, Hannah, an emotionally abused teenager, hoping to become popular befriends Deacon, the local drug dealer. I was in undergrad in 1984, so I remember that era...

    ~ I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review ~ Facing extreme difficulties within youth is common for the majority of teenagers, therefore Cumiskey?s debut novel certainly covered topics many find relatable. Bullying, anxiety, drugs, abuse, et...

    0/5 stars DNF I just reached too high a level of anger to carry on. Great if you're up for reading a book that is offensive in more ways than one. The protagonist is head over heels for a drug dealer, but when a Peruvian girl who is minding her own business and then gets insulted f...

  • Joefel Bolo
    Feb 28, 2018

    I did not like I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS. Cumiskey's debut sorta warns the reader this isn't going to be a fluffy happy read but nonetheless I was not prepared for how painful, awful, and unlikeable the characters, circumstances, and plot would be. The book opens up with one of the coun...

    Release Date: November 7, 2017 Thanks to She Writes Press for providing an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for a review. Heather Cumiskey?s debut novel I Like You Like This is an honest tale of finding a way out of the dark not by following the light at the end of the tunnel but ...

    ***I received a complimentary copy of I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS by Heather Cumiskey in exchange for my honest review*** In 1984, Hannah, an emotionally abused teenager, hoping to become popular befriends Deacon, the local drug dealer. I was in undergrad in 1984, so I remember that era...

    ~ I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review ~ Facing extreme difficulties within youth is common for the majority of teenagers, therefore Cumiskey?s debut novel certainly covered topics many find relatable. Bullying, anxiety, drugs, abuse, et...

    0/5 stars DNF I just reached too high a level of anger to carry on. Great if you're up for reading a book that is offensive in more ways than one. The protagonist is head over heels for a drug dealer, but when a Peruvian girl who is minding her own business and then gets insulted f...

    ?Hannah always tried her best to hold it together. Tears only made it worse. Eventually she?d gotten used to the tormenting and pretended to be in on the joke.? Hannah Zandana lives a bleak life. She faces unrelenting bullying at home and at school, and only wants to find a pl...

    For the lovers of Young Adult Fiction I like you like this revolves around one of the most common themes we come across- abuse and drugs. Hannah is constantly criticized by her parents. They make it a point to make her life as miserable as possible. Her father calls her names such a...

    Thank you to Booksparks for providing me with a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. This book was intense. Hannah?s struggle is incredibly deep and intense, and reading about it broke my heart. It was also a solid reminder that you never know someone?s battle...

    This book swallowed me whole and the ending keeps haunting me. It's a heartbreaking story about family and being outcasted. I hope I could tell in this review the exact feeling I've felt. Hannah and I both fell in love with Deacon. I understand what the author and the characters are tr...

    I like you like this is one of the book that put me into the real world of love. The content of the book were so perfect. The story were deeply unexpected. And with those short but lovely chapter entries, I am longing for more and more chapters. It is indeed a very addicting story. ...

  • Ashley O
    Oct 15, 2017

    I did not like I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS. Cumiskey's debut sorta warns the reader this isn't going to be a fluffy happy read but nonetheless I was not prepared for how painful, awful, and unlikeable the characters, circumstances, and plot would be. The book opens up with one of the coun...

    Release Date: November 7, 2017 Thanks to She Writes Press for providing an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for a review. Heather Cumiskey?s debut novel I Like You Like This is an honest tale of finding a way out of the dark not by following the light at the end of the tunnel but ...

    ***I received a complimentary copy of I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS by Heather Cumiskey in exchange for my honest review*** In 1984, Hannah, an emotionally abused teenager, hoping to become popular befriends Deacon, the local drug dealer. I was in undergrad in 1984, so I remember that era...

    ~ I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review ~ Facing extreme difficulties within youth is common for the majority of teenagers, therefore Cumiskey?s debut novel certainly covered topics many find relatable. Bullying, anxiety, drugs, abuse, et...

    0/5 stars DNF I just reached too high a level of anger to carry on. Great if you're up for reading a book that is offensive in more ways than one. The protagonist is head over heels for a drug dealer, but when a Peruvian girl who is minding her own business and then gets insulted f...

    ?Hannah always tried her best to hold it together. Tears only made it worse. Eventually she?d gotten used to the tormenting and pretended to be in on the joke.? Hannah Zandana lives a bleak life. She faces unrelenting bullying at home and at school, and only wants to find a pl...

    For the lovers of Young Adult Fiction I like you like this revolves around one of the most common themes we come across- abuse and drugs. Hannah is constantly criticized by her parents. They make it a point to make her life as miserable as possible. Her father calls her names such a...

    Thank you to Booksparks for providing me with a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. This book was intense. Hannah?s struggle is incredibly deep and intense, and reading about it broke my heart. It was also a solid reminder that you never know someone?s battle...

    This book swallowed me whole and the ending keeps haunting me. It's a heartbreaking story about family and being outcasted. I hope I could tell in this review the exact feeling I've felt. Hannah and I both fell in love with Deacon. I understand what the author and the characters are tr...

    I like you like this is one of the book that put me into the real world of love. The content of the book were so perfect. The story were deeply unexpected. And with those short but lovely chapter entries, I am longing for more and more chapters. It is indeed a very addicting story. ...

    Author, Heather Cumiskey tackles a lot of sensitive issues in this book. I Like you Like This is written with a maturity that will be appreciated by all readers. A beautiful masterpiece! The main protagonist, Hannah starts out in a cocoon and by the end of the story has emerged into a ...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Oh my goodness!!! I absolutely couldn?t put this book down! I can?t wait till the next book comes out! I?m still thrown about Hannah?s flashbacks when she used there is so many questions left there! I loved hers and Deacon relationshi...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Well, I have mixed feelings about this book. It?s fast paced, powerful and packed with emotion. Starting at the beginning, I was glad that there wasn?t any wishy washy first few chapters. We jump right in to the story on the first page ...

    Hannah's home life stinks. Her school life also stinks. She thinks maybe a talk with the local dealer and then a party with a small group of girls she badly wants to be friends with will help. Deacon, a senior and the local dealer, has problems as well. Deacon's home life stinks too....

    It's been awhile since I gave a book five stars and this one...I had to really think about it first. This is one of those books you're either going to love or hate and I can understand both sides. I'll admit, there are a lot of errors/problems going on with this book but despite them, ...

    I Like You Like This A Novel by Heather Cumiskey She Writes Press Teens & YA Pub Date 07 Nov 2017 I am reviewing a copy of I Like You Like This through She Writes Press and Netgalley: It?s 1984 Connecticut and sixteen year old Hannah Zandana feels cursed....

    I quite enjoyed this book - there were a bit of issues with transitioning into different mindsets - I prefer when each person is either labelled or there is a space to show there is another person talking, so I had a bit of a problem following along in a few parts, but since most of th...

  • Kelly
    Oct 10, 2017

    I did not like I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS. Cumiskey's debut sorta warns the reader this isn't going to be a fluffy happy read but nonetheless I was not prepared for how painful, awful, and unlikeable the characters, circumstances, and plot would be. The book opens up with one of the coun...

    Release Date: November 7, 2017 Thanks to She Writes Press for providing an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for a review. Heather Cumiskey?s debut novel I Like You Like This is an honest tale of finding a way out of the dark not by following the light at the end of the tunnel but ...

    ***I received a complimentary copy of I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS by Heather Cumiskey in exchange for my honest review*** In 1984, Hannah, an emotionally abused teenager, hoping to become popular befriends Deacon, the local drug dealer. I was in undergrad in 1984, so I remember that era...

    ~ I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review ~ Facing extreme difficulties within youth is common for the majority of teenagers, therefore Cumiskey?s debut novel certainly covered topics many find relatable. Bullying, anxiety, drugs, abuse, et...

    0/5 stars DNF I just reached too high a level of anger to carry on. Great if you're up for reading a book that is offensive in more ways than one. The protagonist is head over heels for a drug dealer, but when a Peruvian girl who is minding her own business and then gets insulted f...

    ?Hannah always tried her best to hold it together. Tears only made it worse. Eventually she?d gotten used to the tormenting and pretended to be in on the joke.? Hannah Zandana lives a bleak life. She faces unrelenting bullying at home and at school, and only wants to find a pl...

    For the lovers of Young Adult Fiction I like you like this revolves around one of the most common themes we come across- abuse and drugs. Hannah is constantly criticized by her parents. They make it a point to make her life as miserable as possible. Her father calls her names such a...

    Thank you to Booksparks for providing me with a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. This book was intense. Hannah?s struggle is incredibly deep and intense, and reading about it broke my heart. It was also a solid reminder that you never know someone?s battle...

    This book swallowed me whole and the ending keeps haunting me. It's a heartbreaking story about family and being outcasted. I hope I could tell in this review the exact feeling I've felt. Hannah and I both fell in love with Deacon. I understand what the author and the characters are tr...

    I like you like this is one of the book that put me into the real world of love. The content of the book were so perfect. The story were deeply unexpected. And with those short but lovely chapter entries, I am longing for more and more chapters. It is indeed a very addicting story. ...

    Author, Heather Cumiskey tackles a lot of sensitive issues in this book. I Like you Like This is written with a maturity that will be appreciated by all readers. A beautiful masterpiece! The main protagonist, Hannah starts out in a cocoon and by the end of the story has emerged into a ...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Oh my goodness!!! I absolutely couldn?t put this book down! I can?t wait till the next book comes out! I?m still thrown about Hannah?s flashbacks when she used there is so many questions left there! I loved hers and Deacon relationshi...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Well, I have mixed feelings about this book. It?s fast paced, powerful and packed with emotion. Starting at the beginning, I was glad that there wasn?t any wishy washy first few chapters. We jump right in to the story on the first page ...

  • Samantha Myers
    Nov 01, 2017

    I did not like I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS. Cumiskey's debut sorta warns the reader this isn't going to be a fluffy happy read but nonetheless I was not prepared for how painful, awful, and unlikeable the characters, circumstances, and plot would be. The book opens up with one of the coun...

    Release Date: November 7, 2017 Thanks to She Writes Press for providing an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for a review. Heather Cumiskey?s debut novel I Like You Like This is an honest tale of finding a way out of the dark not by following the light at the end of the tunnel but ...

    ***I received a complimentary copy of I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS by Heather Cumiskey in exchange for my honest review*** In 1984, Hannah, an emotionally abused teenager, hoping to become popular befriends Deacon, the local drug dealer. I was in undergrad in 1984, so I remember that era...

    ~ I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review ~ Facing extreme difficulties within youth is common for the majority of teenagers, therefore Cumiskey?s debut novel certainly covered topics many find relatable. Bullying, anxiety, drugs, abuse, et...

    0/5 stars DNF I just reached too high a level of anger to carry on. Great if you're up for reading a book that is offensive in more ways than one. The protagonist is head over heels for a drug dealer, but when a Peruvian girl who is minding her own business and then gets insulted f...

    ?Hannah always tried her best to hold it together. Tears only made it worse. Eventually she?d gotten used to the tormenting and pretended to be in on the joke.? Hannah Zandana lives a bleak life. She faces unrelenting bullying at home and at school, and only wants to find a pl...

    For the lovers of Young Adult Fiction I like you like this revolves around one of the most common themes we come across- abuse and drugs. Hannah is constantly criticized by her parents. They make it a point to make her life as miserable as possible. Her father calls her names such a...

    Thank you to Booksparks for providing me with a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. This book was intense. Hannah?s struggle is incredibly deep and intense, and reading about it broke my heart. It was also a solid reminder that you never know someone?s battle...

    This book swallowed me whole and the ending keeps haunting me. It's a heartbreaking story about family and being outcasted. I hope I could tell in this review the exact feeling I've felt. Hannah and I both fell in love with Deacon. I understand what the author and the characters are tr...

    I like you like this is one of the book that put me into the real world of love. The content of the book were so perfect. The story were deeply unexpected. And with those short but lovely chapter entries, I am longing for more and more chapters. It is indeed a very addicting story. ...

    Author, Heather Cumiskey tackles a lot of sensitive issues in this book. I Like you Like This is written with a maturity that will be appreciated by all readers. A beautiful masterpiece! The main protagonist, Hannah starts out in a cocoon and by the end of the story has emerged into a ...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Oh my goodness!!! I absolutely couldn?t put this book down! I can?t wait till the next book comes out! I?m still thrown about Hannah?s flashbacks when she used there is so many questions left there! I loved hers and Deacon relationshi...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Well, I have mixed feelings about this book. It?s fast paced, powerful and packed with emotion. Starting at the beginning, I was glad that there wasn?t any wishy washy first few chapters. We jump right in to the story on the first page ...

    Hannah's home life stinks. Her school life also stinks. She thinks maybe a talk with the local dealer and then a party with a small group of girls she badly wants to be friends with will help. Deacon, a senior and the local dealer, has problems as well. Deacon's home life stinks too....

    It's been awhile since I gave a book five stars and this one...I had to really think about it first. This is one of those books you're either going to love or hate and I can understand both sides. I'll admit, there are a lot of errors/problems going on with this book but despite them, ...

    I Like You Like This A Novel by Heather Cumiskey She Writes Press Teens & YA Pub Date 07 Nov 2017 I am reviewing a copy of I Like You Like This through She Writes Press and Netgalley: It?s 1984 Connecticut and sixteen year old Hannah Zandana feels cursed....

    I quite enjoyed this book - there were a bit of issues with transitioning into different mindsets - I prefer when each person is either labelled or there is a space to show there is another person talking, so I had a bit of a problem following along in a few parts, but since most of th...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey I received an ARC of this book in exchange of my honest review. It took me a couple of weeks to finish this book since my daily life's been busy and chaotic with too many things to do at once. The book is surely on the slow pace side after...

    I Like You Like This chronicles the life of teenager who's parents not only verbally abuse her but abandon her emotionally as well. Her struggle to fit in includes experimenting with drugs. You keep hoping for some great insight into if it is possible that her parents can truly be this...

    I'm sorry that most of the reading public will have to wait until November to get their hands on Heather Cumiskey's debut YA novel, but am very glad that I was lucky enough to land an ARC! I Like You Like This is a dramatic and sometimes harrowing story, but Cumiskey's characters are v...

    ? Rate: 2,8 / 5 stars From the very first pages in this book you knew that this one was gonna be messed up and the next couple of chapters just solidified that. But then, it got better, it had so much potential to be one of those books where meeting that one person leads the heroi...

    I really wish that I could give this book 3.5 on here. I actually liked it and am looking forward for the sequel novel. I thought that the story was engaging and language of the book was very easy to read. I found that I could relate to the situations as they seemed authenticate and a ...

    ** This was given to me by Netgalley to review and these are my honest opinions ** Release Date:  07th November 2017 The writing style was so confusing for me, the characters seemed to be all over the place once I was in Hannah's point of view in the first person and then the th...

    Note: I received an eARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! This book touted itself as being for fans of Thirteen Reasons Why, so I went in immediately with preconceived notions (of my own doing) as to what this book would be about content wise. It really ...

    It?s 1984 Connecticut and sixteen-year-old Hannah has a pitiful life; unpopular with a zitty face and big red hair, no friends, and extra-mean parents who dote on her younger sister. Into this scarcity of love and decency walks handsome senior, Deacon, the town drug-dealer, who has h...

    I liked it, but parts of this story were a bit unrealistic. Why was it set in the '80s, aside from having no access to modern technology, and a few pop culture references? Hannah's parents are a bit too mean to her, and the reason why is still a terrible excuse. Why does Deacon like he...

    Oh this was just bleak. I'. totally fine with dark books about horrid topics infact they're often my favourite books. This was however a disopicable load of just badness on top of badness. Everything you never want to have do endure is here. It's not even done in an emotinal way it's j...

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publishers for this review copy in exchange for an honest review. I wanted to like this one and I knew it wasn?t going to be an easy read and while the authors writing style was easy and very worth the time I just found this to be too heavy. Maybe it...

  • Rojean
    Nov 07, 2017

    I did not like I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS. Cumiskey's debut sorta warns the reader this isn't going to be a fluffy happy read but nonetheless I was not prepared for how painful, awful, and unlikeable the characters, circumstances, and plot would be. The book opens up with one of the coun...

    Release Date: November 7, 2017 Thanks to She Writes Press for providing an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for a review. Heather Cumiskey?s debut novel I Like You Like This is an honest tale of finding a way out of the dark not by following the light at the end of the tunnel but ...

    ***I received a complimentary copy of I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS by Heather Cumiskey in exchange for my honest review*** In 1984, Hannah, an emotionally abused teenager, hoping to become popular befriends Deacon, the local drug dealer. I was in undergrad in 1984, so I remember that era...

    ~ I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review ~ Facing extreme difficulties within youth is common for the majority of teenagers, therefore Cumiskey?s debut novel certainly covered topics many find relatable. Bullying, anxiety, drugs, abuse, et...

    0/5 stars DNF I just reached too high a level of anger to carry on. Great if you're up for reading a book that is offensive in more ways than one. The protagonist is head over heels for a drug dealer, but when a Peruvian girl who is minding her own business and then gets insulted f...

    ?Hannah always tried her best to hold it together. Tears only made it worse. Eventually she?d gotten used to the tormenting and pretended to be in on the joke.? Hannah Zandana lives a bleak life. She faces unrelenting bullying at home and at school, and only wants to find a pl...

    For the lovers of Young Adult Fiction I like you like this revolves around one of the most common themes we come across- abuse and drugs. Hannah is constantly criticized by her parents. They make it a point to make her life as miserable as possible. Her father calls her names such a...

    Thank you to Booksparks for providing me with a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. This book was intense. Hannah?s struggle is incredibly deep and intense, and reading about it broke my heart. It was also a solid reminder that you never know someone?s battle...

    This book swallowed me whole and the ending keeps haunting me. It's a heartbreaking story about family and being outcasted. I hope I could tell in this review the exact feeling I've felt. Hannah and I both fell in love with Deacon. I understand what the author and the characters are tr...

  • MRIDULA
    Nov 05, 2017

    I did not like I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS. Cumiskey's debut sorta warns the reader this isn't going to be a fluffy happy read but nonetheless I was not prepared for how painful, awful, and unlikeable the characters, circumstances, and plot would be. The book opens up with one of the coun...

    Release Date: November 7, 2017 Thanks to She Writes Press for providing an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for a review. Heather Cumiskey?s debut novel I Like You Like This is an honest tale of finding a way out of the dark not by following the light at the end of the tunnel but ...

    ***I received a complimentary copy of I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS by Heather Cumiskey in exchange for my honest review*** In 1984, Hannah, an emotionally abused teenager, hoping to become popular befriends Deacon, the local drug dealer. I was in undergrad in 1984, so I remember that era...

    ~ I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review ~ Facing extreme difficulties within youth is common for the majority of teenagers, therefore Cumiskey?s debut novel certainly covered topics many find relatable. Bullying, anxiety, drugs, abuse, et...

    0/5 stars DNF I just reached too high a level of anger to carry on. Great if you're up for reading a book that is offensive in more ways than one. The protagonist is head over heels for a drug dealer, but when a Peruvian girl who is minding her own business and then gets insulted f...

    ?Hannah always tried her best to hold it together. Tears only made it worse. Eventually she?d gotten used to the tormenting and pretended to be in on the joke.? Hannah Zandana lives a bleak life. She faces unrelenting bullying at home and at school, and only wants to find a pl...

    For the lovers of Young Adult Fiction I like you like this revolves around one of the most common themes we come across- abuse and drugs. Hannah is constantly criticized by her parents. They make it a point to make her life as miserable as possible. Her father calls her names such a...

  • Jan Schleh
    Feb 07, 2018

    I did not like I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS. Cumiskey's debut sorta warns the reader this isn't going to be a fluffy happy read but nonetheless I was not prepared for how painful, awful, and unlikeable the characters, circumstances, and plot would be. The book opens up with one of the coun...

    Release Date: November 7, 2017 Thanks to She Writes Press for providing an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for a review. Heather Cumiskey?s debut novel I Like You Like This is an honest tale of finding a way out of the dark not by following the light at the end of the tunnel but ...

    ***I received a complimentary copy of I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS by Heather Cumiskey in exchange for my honest review*** In 1984, Hannah, an emotionally abused teenager, hoping to become popular befriends Deacon, the local drug dealer. I was in undergrad in 1984, so I remember that era...

    ~ I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review ~ Facing extreme difficulties within youth is common for the majority of teenagers, therefore Cumiskey?s debut novel certainly covered topics many find relatable. Bullying, anxiety, drugs, abuse, et...

    0/5 stars DNF I just reached too high a level of anger to carry on. Great if you're up for reading a book that is offensive in more ways than one. The protagonist is head over heels for a drug dealer, but when a Peruvian girl who is minding her own business and then gets insulted f...

    ?Hannah always tried her best to hold it together. Tears only made it worse. Eventually she?d gotten used to the tormenting and pretended to be in on the joke.? Hannah Zandana lives a bleak life. She faces unrelenting bullying at home and at school, and only wants to find a pl...

    For the lovers of Young Adult Fiction I like you like this revolves around one of the most common themes we come across- abuse and drugs. Hannah is constantly criticized by her parents. They make it a point to make her life as miserable as possible. Her father calls her names such a...

    Thank you to Booksparks for providing me with a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. This book was intense. Hannah?s struggle is incredibly deep and intense, and reading about it broke my heart. It was also a solid reminder that you never know someone?s battle...

    This book swallowed me whole and the ending keeps haunting me. It's a heartbreaking story about family and being outcasted. I hope I could tell in this review the exact feeling I've felt. Hannah and I both fell in love with Deacon. I understand what the author and the characters are tr...

    I like you like this is one of the book that put me into the real world of love. The content of the book were so perfect. The story were deeply unexpected. And with those short but lovely chapter entries, I am longing for more and more chapters. It is indeed a very addicting story. ...

    Author, Heather Cumiskey tackles a lot of sensitive issues in this book. I Like you Like This is written with a maturity that will be appreciated by all readers. A beautiful masterpiece! The main protagonist, Hannah starts out in a cocoon and by the end of the story has emerged into a ...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Oh my goodness!!! I absolutely couldn?t put this book down! I can?t wait till the next book comes out! I?m still thrown about Hannah?s flashbacks when she used there is so many questions left there! I loved hers and Deacon relationshi...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Well, I have mixed feelings about this book. It?s fast paced, powerful and packed with emotion. Starting at the beginning, I was glad that there wasn?t any wishy washy first few chapters. We jump right in to the story on the first page ...

    Hannah's home life stinks. Her school life also stinks. She thinks maybe a talk with the local dealer and then a party with a small group of girls she badly wants to be friends with will help. Deacon, a senior and the local dealer, has problems as well. Deacon's home life stinks too....

    It's been awhile since I gave a book five stars and this one...I had to really think about it first. This is one of those books you're either going to love or hate and I can understand both sides. I'll admit, there are a lot of errors/problems going on with this book but despite them, ...

    I Like You Like This A Novel by Heather Cumiskey She Writes Press Teens & YA Pub Date 07 Nov 2017 I am reviewing a copy of I Like You Like This through She Writes Press and Netgalley: It?s 1984 Connecticut and sixteen year old Hannah Zandana feels cursed....

    I quite enjoyed this book - there were a bit of issues with transitioning into different mindsets - I prefer when each person is either labelled or there is a space to show there is another person talking, so I had a bit of a problem following along in a few parts, but since most of th...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey I received an ARC of this book in exchange of my honest review. It took me a couple of weeks to finish this book since my daily life's been busy and chaotic with too many things to do at once. The book is surely on the slow pace side after...

    I Like You Like This chronicles the life of teenager who's parents not only verbally abuse her but abandon her emotionally as well. Her struggle to fit in includes experimenting with drugs. You keep hoping for some great insight into if it is possible that her parents can truly be this...

    I'm sorry that most of the reading public will have to wait until November to get their hands on Heather Cumiskey's debut YA novel, but am very glad that I was lucky enough to land an ARC! I Like You Like This is a dramatic and sometimes harrowing story, but Cumiskey's characters are v...

    ? Rate: 2,8 / 5 stars From the very first pages in this book you knew that this one was gonna be messed up and the next couple of chapters just solidified that. But then, it got better, it had so much potential to be one of those books where meeting that one person leads the heroi...

    I really wish that I could give this book 3.5 on here. I actually liked it and am looking forward for the sequel novel. I thought that the story was engaging and language of the book was very easy to read. I found that I could relate to the situations as they seemed authenticate and a ...

    ** This was given to me by Netgalley to review and these are my honest opinions ** Release Date:  07th November 2017 The writing style was so confusing for me, the characters seemed to be all over the place once I was in Hannah's point of view in the first person and then the th...

    Note: I received an eARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! This book touted itself as being for fans of Thirteen Reasons Why, so I went in immediately with preconceived notions (of my own doing) as to what this book would be about content wise. It really ...

    It?s 1984 Connecticut and sixteen-year-old Hannah has a pitiful life; unpopular with a zitty face and big red hair, no friends, and extra-mean parents who dote on her younger sister. Into this scarcity of love and decency walks handsome senior, Deacon, the town drug-dealer, who has h...

  • Danielle
    Oct 12, 2017

    I did not like I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS. Cumiskey's debut sorta warns the reader this isn't going to be a fluffy happy read but nonetheless I was not prepared for how painful, awful, and unlikeable the characters, circumstances, and plot would be. The book opens up with one of the coun...

    Release Date: November 7, 2017 Thanks to She Writes Press for providing an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for a review. Heather Cumiskey?s debut novel I Like You Like This is an honest tale of finding a way out of the dark not by following the light at the end of the tunnel but ...

    ***I received a complimentary copy of I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS by Heather Cumiskey in exchange for my honest review*** In 1984, Hannah, an emotionally abused teenager, hoping to become popular befriends Deacon, the local drug dealer. I was in undergrad in 1984, so I remember that era...

    ~ I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review ~ Facing extreme difficulties within youth is common for the majority of teenagers, therefore Cumiskey?s debut novel certainly covered topics many find relatable. Bullying, anxiety, drugs, abuse, et...

  • Sara Beltz
    Jan 06, 2018

    I did not like I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS. Cumiskey's debut sorta warns the reader this isn't going to be a fluffy happy read but nonetheless I was not prepared for how painful, awful, and unlikeable the characters, circumstances, and plot would be. The book opens up with one of the coun...

    Release Date: November 7, 2017 Thanks to She Writes Press for providing an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for a review. Heather Cumiskey?s debut novel I Like You Like This is an honest tale of finding a way out of the dark not by following the light at the end of the tunnel but ...

    ***I received a complimentary copy of I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS by Heather Cumiskey in exchange for my honest review*** In 1984, Hannah, an emotionally abused teenager, hoping to become popular befriends Deacon, the local drug dealer. I was in undergrad in 1984, so I remember that era...

    ~ I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review ~ Facing extreme difficulties within youth is common for the majority of teenagers, therefore Cumiskey?s debut novel certainly covered topics many find relatable. Bullying, anxiety, drugs, abuse, et...

    0/5 stars DNF I just reached too high a level of anger to carry on. Great if you're up for reading a book that is offensive in more ways than one. The protagonist is head over heels for a drug dealer, but when a Peruvian girl who is minding her own business and then gets insulted f...

    ?Hannah always tried her best to hold it together. Tears only made it worse. Eventually she?d gotten used to the tormenting and pretended to be in on the joke.? Hannah Zandana lives a bleak life. She faces unrelenting bullying at home and at school, and only wants to find a pl...

    For the lovers of Young Adult Fiction I like you like this revolves around one of the most common themes we come across- abuse and drugs. Hannah is constantly criticized by her parents. They make it a point to make her life as miserable as possible. Her father calls her names such a...

    Thank you to Booksparks for providing me with a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. This book was intense. Hannah?s struggle is incredibly deep and intense, and reading about it broke my heart. It was also a solid reminder that you never know someone?s battle...

    This book swallowed me whole and the ending keeps haunting me. It's a heartbreaking story about family and being outcasted. I hope I could tell in this review the exact feeling I've felt. Hannah and I both fell in love with Deacon. I understand what the author and the characters are tr...

    I like you like this is one of the book that put me into the real world of love. The content of the book were so perfect. The story were deeply unexpected. And with those short but lovely chapter entries, I am longing for more and more chapters. It is indeed a very addicting story. ...

    Author, Heather Cumiskey tackles a lot of sensitive issues in this book. I Like you Like This is written with a maturity that will be appreciated by all readers. A beautiful masterpiece! The main protagonist, Hannah starts out in a cocoon and by the end of the story has emerged into a ...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Oh my goodness!!! I absolutely couldn?t put this book down! I can?t wait till the next book comes out! I?m still thrown about Hannah?s flashbacks when she used there is so many questions left there! I loved hers and Deacon relationshi...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Well, I have mixed feelings about this book. It?s fast paced, powerful and packed with emotion. Starting at the beginning, I was glad that there wasn?t any wishy washy first few chapters. We jump right in to the story on the first page ...

    Hannah's home life stinks. Her school life also stinks. She thinks maybe a talk with the local dealer and then a party with a small group of girls she badly wants to be friends with will help. Deacon, a senior and the local dealer, has problems as well. Deacon's home life stinks too....

    It's been awhile since I gave a book five stars and this one...I had to really think about it first. This is one of those books you're either going to love or hate and I can understand both sides. I'll admit, there are a lot of errors/problems going on with this book but despite them, ...

    I Like You Like This A Novel by Heather Cumiskey She Writes Press Teens & YA Pub Date 07 Nov 2017 I am reviewing a copy of I Like You Like This through She Writes Press and Netgalley: It?s 1984 Connecticut and sixteen year old Hannah Zandana feels cursed....

    I quite enjoyed this book - there were a bit of issues with transitioning into different mindsets - I prefer when each person is either labelled or there is a space to show there is another person talking, so I had a bit of a problem following along in a few parts, but since most of th...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey I received an ARC of this book in exchange of my honest review. It took me a couple of weeks to finish this book since my daily life's been busy and chaotic with too many things to do at once. The book is surely on the slow pace side after...

    I Like You Like This chronicles the life of teenager who's parents not only verbally abuse her but abandon her emotionally as well. Her struggle to fit in includes experimenting with drugs. You keep hoping for some great insight into if it is possible that her parents can truly be this...

    I'm sorry that most of the reading public will have to wait until November to get their hands on Heather Cumiskey's debut YA novel, but am very glad that I was lucky enough to land an ARC! I Like You Like This is a dramatic and sometimes harrowing story, but Cumiskey's characters are v...

    ? Rate: 2,8 / 5 stars From the very first pages in this book you knew that this one was gonna be messed up and the next couple of chapters just solidified that. But then, it got better, it had so much potential to be one of those books where meeting that one person leads the heroi...

    I really wish that I could give this book 3.5 on here. I actually liked it and am looking forward for the sequel novel. I thought that the story was engaging and language of the book was very easy to read. I found that I could relate to the situations as they seemed authenticate and a ...

    ** This was given to me by Netgalley to review and these are my honest opinions ** Release Date:  07th November 2017 The writing style was so confusing for me, the characters seemed to be all over the place once I was in Hannah's point of view in the first person and then the th...

    Note: I received an eARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review! This book touted itself as being for fans of Thirteen Reasons Why, so I went in immediately with preconceived notions (of my own doing) as to what this book would be about content wise. It really ...

    It?s 1984 Connecticut and sixteen-year-old Hannah has a pitiful life; unpopular with a zitty face and big red hair, no friends, and extra-mean parents who dote on her younger sister. Into this scarcity of love and decency walks handsome senior, Deacon, the town drug-dealer, who has h...

    I liked it, but parts of this story were a bit unrealistic. Why was it set in the '80s, aside from having no access to modern technology, and a few pop culture references? Hannah's parents are a bit too mean to her, and the reason why is still a terrible excuse. Why does Deacon like he...

  • Jeweliana
    Mar 01, 2018

    I did not like I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS. Cumiskey's debut sorta warns the reader this isn't going to be a fluffy happy read but nonetheless I was not prepared for how painful, awful, and unlikeable the characters, circumstances, and plot would be. The book opens up with one of the coun...

    Release Date: November 7, 2017 Thanks to She Writes Press for providing an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for a review. Heather Cumiskey?s debut novel I Like You Like This is an honest tale of finding a way out of the dark not by following the light at the end of the tunnel but ...

    ***I received a complimentary copy of I LIKE YOU LIKE THIS by Heather Cumiskey in exchange for my honest review*** In 1984, Hannah, an emotionally abused teenager, hoping to become popular befriends Deacon, the local drug dealer. I was in undergrad in 1984, so I remember that era...

    ~ I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review ~ Facing extreme difficulties within youth is common for the majority of teenagers, therefore Cumiskey?s debut novel certainly covered topics many find relatable. Bullying, anxiety, drugs, abuse, et...

    0/5 stars DNF I just reached too high a level of anger to carry on. Great if you're up for reading a book that is offensive in more ways than one. The protagonist is head over heels for a drug dealer, but when a Peruvian girl who is minding her own business and then gets insulted f...

    ?Hannah always tried her best to hold it together. Tears only made it worse. Eventually she?d gotten used to the tormenting and pretended to be in on the joke.? Hannah Zandana lives a bleak life. She faces unrelenting bullying at home and at school, and only wants to find a pl...

    For the lovers of Young Adult Fiction I like you like this revolves around one of the most common themes we come across- abuse and drugs. Hannah is constantly criticized by her parents. They make it a point to make her life as miserable as possible. Her father calls her names such a...

    Thank you to Booksparks for providing me with a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. This book was intense. Hannah?s struggle is incredibly deep and intense, and reading about it broke my heart. It was also a solid reminder that you never know someone?s battle...

    This book swallowed me whole and the ending keeps haunting me. It's a heartbreaking story about family and being outcasted. I hope I could tell in this review the exact feeling I've felt. Hannah and I both fell in love with Deacon. I understand what the author and the characters are tr...

    I like you like this is one of the book that put me into the real world of love. The content of the book were so perfect. The story were deeply unexpected. And with those short but lovely chapter entries, I am longing for more and more chapters. It is indeed a very addicting story. ...

    Author, Heather Cumiskey tackles a lot of sensitive issues in this book. I Like you Like This is written with a maturity that will be appreciated by all readers. A beautiful masterpiece! The main protagonist, Hannah starts out in a cocoon and by the end of the story has emerged into a ...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Oh my goodness!!! I absolutely couldn?t put this book down! I can?t wait till the next book comes out! I?m still thrown about Hannah?s flashbacks when she used there is so many questions left there! I loved hers and Deacon relationshi...

    I Like You Like This by Heather Cumiskey Well, I have mixed feelings about this book. It?s fast paced, powerful and packed with emotion. Starting at the beginning, I was glad that there wasn?t any wishy washy first few chapters. We jump right in to the story on the first page ...

    Hannah's home life stinks. Her school life also stinks. She thinks maybe a talk with the local dealer and then a party with a small group of girls she badly wants to be friends with will help. Deacon, a senior and the local dealer, has problems as well. Deacon's home life stinks too....

    It's been awhile since I gave a book five stars and this one...I had to really think about it first. This is one of those books you're either going to love or hate and I can understand both sides. I'll admit, there are a lot of errors/problems going on with this book but despite them, ...