5 MORE LGBT BOOKS YOU SHOULD READ

Hey guys, today I’m coming at you with a new recommendations post. I haven’t done one of these in what feels like ages so I’m super excited for this one and I hope you guys find a new book to read!

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The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue

THE GENTLEMAN’S GUIDE TO VICE AND VIRTUE

YUP, here I am, recommending this one again. I love this one and I really hope you guys can all get on board with it! The main character is Bisexual, his love interest is gay (and has epilepsy) and the main guy’s sister is canonically ace (and getting her own book spinoff!!).

This is a fantastic and really fun historical fiction. Even if Hist fiction isn’t your jam I still think you should give this one a go!

Zodiac Starforce: By the Power of Astra

ZODIAC STARFORCE

The way I have described this graphic novel since I read it this time last year is: An all female, all badass group of Power Rangers! And, I stand by that description!

Girl power + friendships + lgbt romance = you need to read this graphic novel. Also, this is one of the brightest artworks in a novel form I’ve ever seen and I loved it!

Every Heart a Doorway (Wayward Children, #1)

EVERY HEART A DOORWAY

WHAT DO WE NEED? MORE ACE REPRESENTATION!

Yep, the main character is ace, and you know what I love the most about this? The main character being ace is never a plot point or an issue and I honestly feel like that’s more of what I want in YA now, that publishers are finally diversifying the books they’re publishing.

The Hidden Oracle (The Trials of Apollo, #1)

THE TRIALS OF APOLLO

So, Rick Riordan is amazing and he is certainly making an effort to diversify his novels, which I love because his books are all middle-grade and generally kids books only focus on white straight characters, which only represents or informs a select group of children.

Also, so if you want more diversity I would recommenMagnusus Chase (deaf characters for the win!)

Beauty Queens

BEAUTY QUEENS

I haven’t read this one in awhile, but when I read it back in 2015 I really loved it!

There is a transsexual character, lesbians, a deaf character and a whole lot of girl power!

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WHAT WAS THE LAST LGBT BOOK YOU READ?

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19 thoughts on “5 MORE LGBT BOOKS YOU SHOULD READ

    1. I agree I’ve much more enjoyed the Apollo series, rather than Heroes. Although, I’m not enjoying book two in the Apollo series which sucks. Have you read it?
      You should read it, gentleman’s Guide is πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ

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  1. I have read Every Heart a Doorway and, if that book wasn’t for me mostly because I am not an horror fan, I’m with you on the rep and appreciated that SO MUCH in this book. I want more books like that. Minus the horror, since I apparently can’t take it too much haha.
    I heard fantastic things about Gentlemen’s, I’ll have to read that one soon! πŸ™‚
    Great post! πŸ™‚

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    1. Ahh, I completely understand. I would recommend book 3 (it’s a companion series) then, as it is much lighter and colourful (literally) and more of a fun adventure story then books 1 and 2.
      I’m currently re-listening to Gentleman’s Guide and it’s definitely re-readable, the characters are all so different to each other and I love it! ❀️
      Thank you! 😍

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