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Peek Inside Sick Kids in Love

Isabel has one rule: no dating.
She’s got issues—and rheumatoid arthritis.
But then she meets a guy who understands what it means to be sick.
And now she might just break her one rule for him.

Sick Kids in Love

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Isabel has one rule: no dating.

It’s easier—

It’s safer—

It’s better—

—for the other person.

She’s got issues. She’s got secrets. She’s got rheumatoid arthritis.

But then she meets another sick kid.

He’s got a chronic illness Isabel’s never heard of, something she can’t even pronounce. He understands what it means to be sick. He understands her more than her healthy friends. He understands her more than her own father who’s a doctor.

He’s gorgeous, fun, and foul-mouthed. And totally into her.

Isabel has one rule: no dating.

It’s complicated—

It’s dangerous—

It’s never felt better—

—to consider breaking that rule for him.

Praise

A Junior Library Guild Selection.

“A highly recommended work that’s thoughtful, funny, wise, and tender.” – Kirkus Reviews, starred review

"Most refreshing is Moskowitz's ability to take up real issues connected to chronic illness without insisting that the kids who have them either be heroes or martyrs." – Publishers Weekly, starred review

"As aspects of modern culture blend with timeless themes, Moskowitz’s latest boasts a staying power that should secure it a place in every teen collection.” Booklist, starred review

"Recommend to fans of Rachael Lippincott’s Five Feet Apart and Nicola Yoon’s Everything, Everything. Readers may appreciate a book about illness that doesn’t end with character death."  – School Library Journal 

"Romantic, refreshing, and brimming with empathy. Isabel and Sasha captured my heart." –Rachel Lynn Solomon, author of You'll Miss Me When I'm Gone and Our Year of Maybe

“An empathetic, hilarious, and honest window into living with a chronic illness. Sick Kids in Love is an insightful and vital addition to disability representation. I love this book with my whole heart!" – Laura Silverman, author of Girl Out of Water and You Asked for Perfect

"A smart, heartfelt romance told in a wry and authentic voice. Highly recommended!" – Jenn Bennett, author of Alex, Approximately

Sick Kids In Love is getting slammed on the "best of the year" shelf SO FAST that my heart is still beating overtime.” – C.G. Drews, Paper Fury

SERIOUS TOPIC BUT SURPRISINGLY - AND DELIGHTFULLY – LIGHT.– Maya, NetGalley

Sick Kids in Love was so cute and also very emotionally investing, so naturally I loved it.” – Magical Reads

“Thank you, Hannah Moskowitz, this is one of the greatest gifts I never thought to ask for.” – Courtney, Goodreads

“Love, LOVE, LOOOOOOVE this book!!!! Author Hannah Moskowitz brings snarky, realistic teenagers to life while accurately representing chronic illness, physical disability, and family interactions in a way that is a joy to read, and kept me wanting to know what happens next.” – Dreamer J Book Reviews

Sick Kids in Love is a quick but refreshing and impactful book with love and self-acceptance at its core. It is definitely one of my favourite books of 2019.” – Once More with Reading

THIS IS THE BOOK I NEEDED THIS MONTH!!! So, I was doing this thing where I read nothing but spooky stuff for October, and let me tell you something. Reading nothing but horror and thrillers can make your brain all weird. So, I needed a break. This book checked off everything I loved in a romance, so here's my glowing review…” – Celia McMahon, Goodreads

 

“For anyone who has ever loved anyone who’s sick or disabled - and I include myself in that group - this is a must read. For anyone who is healthy - this is a must read. For anyone looking for a witty and smart love story - this is a must read. Just read the damn book.” – Aj, Goodreads

 

“This is a beautiful book about two teenagers who are living their lives, falling in love, oh and they have illnesses that they live with, but don't define them as people.” – Sarah, NetGalley

“It is not exclusively a Sick Kid book, because Sick Kids do more than just sit around being sick all the time. It is also about love and heartbreak, growing up and moving forward. But these illnesses do play an important part in Sick People’s lives, and they are chronic and sometime mysterious and there are good days and bad days. Hannah Moskowitz does an amazing job portraying all of that.” – Nicole, Edelweiss

This book enchanted me. It cast a spell on me, and didn't let go, until the very end. So, how did I love thee? Let me list the ways…” – We Live and Breathe Books

“This book just hit me at a time in my life when I really needed something that approaches dating and love and friendship like this…The book moves between intense realism and romance that practically drips with cotton candy and like, this is the only valid m/f romance, I'm sorry, everyone else go home.” – Abi, Goodreads

Additional Details

ISBN: 9781640637368
Release Date: Nov 4, 2019
Page Count: 400
Imprint: teen
Genre: contemporary, young adult
Tropes: boy next door, coming of age/family/social issues, forbidden love/off limits, friends to lovers, overcoming odds

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By The April 20, 2018

this is a gr8 book and nobody dies ...more

By Shannon (It Starts At Midnight) November 01, 2019

Also in love? Me. With this book. ...more

By rachel ☾ November 04, 2019

i'm not going to shut up about this book for a long, long time.


◯ Review copy provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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By Samantha (WLABB) October 14, 2019

Rating: 4.5 Stars

Disclaimer: Both main characters in this book were sick, but they were not *that* kind of sick. They were chronically, but not terminally ill. So, to make a long story short, NOBODY DIES.

"Should Sick Girl date Sick Boy?" My answer was a resounding YES, and... ...more

By Courtney August 10, 2019

I went into this book bracing myself for cliches or for it to be something similar to what I’ve read before. But I was thrilled to be mistaken. I loved this book. LOVED. IT. I’ve never had a character articulate what I had felt before as I had in this book. I cried several times while reading bec... ...more

By Abi November 05, 2019

I'll never never never write a good enough review of this, but that's true of all of Hannah Moskowitz's books, so we'll just have to deal with that.

This book just hit me at a time in my life when I really needed something that approaches dating and love and friendship like this. I wou... ...more

By Aj September 15, 2019

A beautifully written story about what love means and finding your person, your home. We’re always told not to change for a boy (a girl, a person) but is that really and truly the case? Maybe love is transformative. Maybe we do change for a relationship to work. And maybe, just maybe, that’s not... ...more

By Rachel June 22, 2019

I absolutely loved this.

Official blurb: "Romantic, refreshing, and brimming with empathy. Isabel and Sasha captured my heart." ...more

By Ahana M Rao November 05, 2019

You can find this review for Sick Kids in Love on my blog, Heart's Content!

Received an Advanced Reader’s Copy via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you!

Truthfully speaking, this book was a big big risk I was taking with myself. Simply because my own anxiety is knotted...

By Maja October 22, 2019

SERIOUS TOPIC BUT SURPRISINGLY - AND DELIGHTFULLY - LIGHT 😄

Based solely on the title of this book, I was expecting something along the lines of The Fault in Our Stars. So when I set out to read it, I was actually expecting to be disappointed. I never like books that feel too much like I have re...

By C.G. November 04, 2019

Sick Kids In Love is getting slammed on the "best of the year" shelf SO FAST that my heart is still beating overtime. I loved it. Absolutely, wholly, achingly so. I'm really passionate about #ownvoices books and disability lit, especially when both collide in stories that are so deeply needed in this worl...

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4.24 avg Goodreads.com rating
Hannah Moskowitz

About the author

Hannah Moskowitz

Hannah Moskowitz wrote her first story, about a kitten named Lilly on the run from cat hunters, for a contest when she was seven years old. It was disqualified for violence. Her first book, BREAK, was on the ALA's 2010 list of Popular Paperbacks for Young Adults, while her novel GONE, GONE, GONE (2012) was a Stonewall Honor Recipient and TEETH (2013) earned starred reviews from Booklist, Kirkus, and The Bulletin. NOT OTHERWISE SPECIFIED was named the Bisexual YA Book of the Year in 2016 by the Bisexual Book Awards. She lives in Maryland.

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