What are the best fiction books for Queer people?

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    #1Symptoms of Being Human

    Symptoms of Being Human

    Symptoms of Being Human is a young adult novel by Jeff Garvin, first published in 2016 by Balzer + Bray. It tells the story of Riley Cavanaugh, a closeted gender fluid teenager.


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    Brandon Mills
    Written on May 6, 2018
    "Being a teen in high school is rough. Even more when your sexuality is at odds with the majority. I found this book to really help get me through these tough times. It's comforting to read stories about others like myself , even fiction. I loved every minute of this book. So happy I found it."
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    A room escape game set in an ancient Egyptian tomb with puzzles that are a good mix of logic and use of found objects, involving a lot of observational skills.




    Alice Lane
    Written on April 25, 2018
    "I really couldn't tell you if SPHINEX the link goes to a website written in another language"
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    #3Pantomime (Micah Grey)

    Pantomime (Micah Grey)

    Pantomime is a young adult fantasy novel by Laura Lam. First published in 2013, it is the first book in the Micah Grey trilogy. It won the 2013 Bisexual Book Award for Speculative Fiction. 


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    Walter Schmidt
    Written on May 10, 2018
    "This was a fantastically interesting read. Even for a straight male, it had plenty of content to grip the entire way through. The story pacing is really well done and immediately you being to connect deeply to the woes of the main character. The world is built intricately and comes to life in a very unique way."
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    #4Try (Temptation)

    Try (Temptation)

    Try is the first book in the adult gay romance series Temptation written by Ella Frank which follows the romance between Logan Mitchell and Tate Morrison.


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    Amalia Meza
    Written on May 5, 2018
    "If you didn’t know, the book “Try” contains very frank descriptions of sexual behavior, so reader discretion advised or whatever. That said, this book is lovely. The relationship between the two main characters – both sexy, accomplished men in their respective careers – develops realistically, and gets steamy almost immediately. Logan and Tate are first attracted to each other’s (very sexy) bodies, and then develop a kind of romance of words, trading (sexy) banter that I found just as enticing as the sex scenes. "
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    #5Stone Butch Blues

    Stone Butch Blues

    Stone Butch Blues is a standalone fiction novel written by Leslie Feinberg which is about Jess Goldberg who is a masculine girl growing up in the Ozzie and Harriet McCarthy era and came out as a lesbian. 


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    Benjamin Flores
    Written on April 27, 2018
    "We are taken on a breath taking story that mirrors real life problems that we are facing today. This book challenges its readers to think deeper about the problems facing our society and makes them aware of just how hard transgender individuals have it. I recommend this book to anyone, especially LGBT individuals!"
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    #6Every Day

    Every Day

    Every Day is a young adult romance and fantasy fiction novel written by best-selling author, David Levithan. This book was originally published in August 2012 by Knopf Books for Young Readers.


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    Bobby Austin
    Written on April 29, 2018
    "I read Every Day because I wanted to experience a story through the eyes of someone very different from myself. I got exactly what I was asking for. I appreciated how Levithan brought the characters to life in a way that made them seem like more than just stereotypes."
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    Jerkbait is a fictional contemporary young adult novel written by Mia Siegert. This fictional contemporary young adult novel published on May 3, 2016 by Jolly Fish Press.


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    #8The Miseducation of Cameron Post

    The Miseducation of Cameron Post

    Cameron Post, an orphan child who has recently lost her parents in a car accident, feels guilty but relieved that he didn't have to tell them about her homosexuality. After getting caught having sex with a friend, she is sent to a religious camp to cure her homosexuality, where she will have many life-changing experiences. 


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    Carmen Méndez
    Written on April 28, 2018
    "Book has good reviews, but not many reviews to date. It fits the category very well. Seems like the book helps people understand their life and choices."
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    #9Just Three Words (Soho Loft)

    Just Three Words (Soho Loft)
    Just Three Words is the second book in Melissa Brayden's lesbian romance series for young adults, Soho Loft. It was published in 2015. It is about two best friends falling in love with each other while in their loft.

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    Brittany Wade
    Written on April 23, 2018
    "I am anti-lesbian and i wouldn't read this for anything in the world.It is simply immoral to me."
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    Marian is a lesbian romantic adventure novel for young adults written by Ella Lyons. It was originally released in November 2016. It is a retelling of the Robin Hood story with lesbian characters.


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    Andrea Willis
    Written on April 18, 2018
    "This feels silly to say, but this book changed my life. I love Robin Hood. Have tracked down every version of the story I can, researched the historical origins of the legend (my favorites involve the ones where Robin was a pagan and a witch), dreamt of writing my own modern adaptation, and have written papers about the relevance of the Robin Hood story as long as we live in a culture where the rich oppress and exploit the poor, written about why it's such an enduring and important myth. I'm also a bisexual woman who never finds enough queer fiction, especially historical, and this book is everything I have ever wanted. And then it was better. It's excellently and engagingly written, with characters that resonate so deeply with the reader that you can't help but be caught up, unable to put it down. It's an amazing perspective on Robin Hood, one that could only be told from the view of a woman and one I haven't seen before. It's very well done historical fiction, and it's absolutely wonderful as a story of two girls finding themselves and falling in love. It's ragingly feminist in the best possible way, showing how women defy gender roles and expectations no matter the era, but also how they use and weaponize the roles forced upon them by society."
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    Freakboy by Kristin Elizabeth Clark is a contemporary work on the LGBT community. As told through a poetry, this book is a bite-sized narration on illustrating issues behind one's self-discovery.


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    Rebecca Mitchell
    Written on April 16, 2018
    "Freakboy is a contemporary work on the LGBT community that is told through poetry. While engaging, fiction readers may want to find a different book."
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    #12My Fair Captain (Sci-Regency Series)

    My Fair Captain (Sci-Regency Series)
    Science-fiction and gay romance meet in the first book of the Sci-Regency series. Captain Nathaniel Hawkins left his home in an attempt to forget his past, and after some events, he ends up dancing with Prince Aiden Townsend: feelings and steamy sex will also be involved. 

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    #13Please Remember Me

    Please Remember Me
    Please Remember Me is a gay romance novel by Jacob Z. Flores. It tells the story of engaged gay couple Santi and Hank, whose chance at a happily ever after gets threatened by an accident that leaves Hank without memories.

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    Roy Patterson
    Written on April 19, 2018
    "This book was very sweet, but also very sad. It is nice to see more gay characters become the main characters of stories, but the story was not so cheery. As I was reading I was rooting for the couple to make it through their difficult time and over come their troubles to find a happier life. A good story should engage the reader and this one definitely did. It only took me a couple of days to finish it because I read so many chapters daily. This is one of the best books I've read when it comes to representing queer people."
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    #14Power Play

    Power Play
    Power Play is a gay romance novel by J.M. Snyder that tells the story of Ryan, a college hockey star who becomes wheel-chair bound after an accident. He meets Dante, a track skater, and the two of them struggle to get their happy ending.

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    Jerry Ross
    Written on April 22, 2018
    "I think if you're into romance and into skating, you'll like this book and be able to enjoy it well enough. I found it tedious, with a tendency to get bogged down in detail and with a bit too much skating for my taste. "
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    #15Saving Samuel (Manchester Ménage)

    Saving Samuel (Manchester Ménage)
    Saving Samuel is the first book in Nicole Colville's erotic gay romance series for adults, the Manchester Menage Collection. It is about the relationship between a cop and fireman and the moment they saved an arson.

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    Albert Munoz
    Written on April 28, 2018
    "I tried to read Saving Samuel, but about three chapters in I gave up. The plot and dialogue were flat, the characters uninteresting, the setting boring, all in all a real bore of a book."
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    #16The Backup Boyfriend (The Boyfriend Chronicles)

    The Backup Boyfriend (The Boyfriend Chronicles)

    The Backup Boyfriend is the first book in the gay romance series The Boyfriend Chronicles written by River Jaymes which centers on the love story between Dr. Alec Johnson and Dylan Booth who has to pretend to be gay. 


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    Johnny Diaz
    Written on April 23, 2018
    "The Backup Boyfriend is a romance book aimed at the Gay demographic which is quite novel. The story is about what you would expect from the romance genre, but it feels fresher than most."
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    #17The Cross and the Trinity (James Lucas Trilogy)

    The Cross and the Trinity (James Lucas Trilogy)
    The Cross and the Trinity is a gay romance novel by Elizabeth Lister. The second book in the James Lucas trilogy, it tells the story of Tate and Sebastian, who tries to save their relationship by adding James Lucas into the mix.


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    #18Tattoos & Teacups (Tattoos)

    Tattoos & Teacups (Tattoos)

    Tattoos & Teacups is the first book in the gay romance series Tattoos written by Anna Martin which follows the romance between Robert McKinnon and Chris Ford.


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    Alice Alexander
    Written on April 28, 2018
    "This book was surprisingly sweet. The characters are well written, and I really enjoyed reading about their 'opposites attract' relationship. I normally don't go for romance type novels, but it was recommended to me by a friend, so I gave it a shot. I really tore through this book, and will be watching this author for more titles!"
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    #19Up for the Challenge

    Up for the Challenge

    Up For The Challenge is a standalone gay romance novel written by Riley Hart and Devon McCormack which follows the romance between Sean and Ethan who meet each other accidentally. 


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    Pamela Salazar
    Written on April 23, 2018
    "This is a good book suggestion for the topic at hand It is a book that will intrigue the person questioning about the topic. I feel the book has some good reviews and will be a great book to read. If I was asking about this topic I would be happy with the solution."
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    #20Gretel: A Fairytale Retold

    Gretel: A Fairytale Retold

    Gretel: A Fairytale Retold is a lesbian romantic and adventurous novel for young adults written by Niamh Murphy and was self-published in July 2013. It is a retelling of the classic Hansel and Gretel story with a lesbian twist.


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    Diana Washington
    Written on April 18, 2018
    "This was an interesting book, because I never knew fairy tale re-telling was a genre. I think it does a great job re-telling the classic story but with Queer character. I really liked the twist in the story."
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    #21Without Warning (Shaken)

    Without Warning (Shaken)
    Without Warning is the first book in the Shaken series written by K.G. McGregor. This book is an LGBT lesbian fiction. With over 200 pages, this book is published in 2007 by Bella Books.

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    Kathy Riley
    Written on April 29, 2018
    "Without Warning (Shaken) is a great book. It was recommended to me by a friend, she is a lesbian and the book is about a lesbian couple, but you would find the story great even if you weren't. The characters are engaging and the story really well written. I read it on a saturday afternoon start to finish, I didn't want to put it down"
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    #22Better than a Dream

    Better than a Dream

    Better Than a Dream is a lesbian romance novel for young adults written by Monica McCallan. The book was released in December 2017. It is about a closet lesbian who recently came out and had a fling with a successful New York lesbian.


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    Donna Peters
    Written on April 17, 2018
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    #23Branded Ann

    Branded Ann

    Branded Ann is a lesbian romantic adventure novel by Merry Shannon. It tells the story of Branded Ann, who finds herself saddled with the child-like widow of the captain of a merchant ship she raided.


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    Russell Williamson
    Written on April 17, 2018
    "A quick, decent read, but nothing too special. I certainly wouldn't call this the best of anything. Just another run of the mill lesbian pirate story. It will pass a couple hours well enough, but it really wasn't what i was looking for. I wanted something a little better."
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    #24Curious Wine

    Curious Wine

    Curious Wine is a lesbian romantic erotica for young adults written by multiple-time Lambda award winner Katherine Forrest. It was originally published in 2011. It is about a cabin at Lake Tahoe, where two women find out about each other.


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    Alexander Peters
    Written on April 22, 2018
    "Curious Wine is a big geared towards young adults and in the lesbian erotica genre. It tells a lesbian love story centered around a cabin at Lake Tahoe."
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    #25Executive Disclosure

    Executive Disclosure

    Executive Disclosure is a thrilling young adult action story with lesbian romance written by Isabella. It was published in December 2012. It is about a lesbian bodyguard tasked to defend a lady aiming for the top job in her family's company.


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    Benjamin Stanley
    Written on April 26, 2018
    "The feeling of persecution is exciting and this is what always moves the human being that feeling of not being able to control everything makes them always want more, in general I really like the solution"
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    Aquamarine is an LGBT-themed fiction book for queers and lesbians written by Carol Anshaw and was published on November 14, 1997 by Mariner Books. It follows the story of Hailey and Claire as they learn life together.

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    Austin Ward
    Written on May 13, 2018
    "Two girls, Hailey and Claire, experience their lives together and cherish their friendships as they go through magical experiences in the most oddest of places. The two girls have been best friends, hanging out at the local beach club. However, the beach club gets destroyed, and the kids face new challenges when a mermaid comes ashore. They set up a meeting to return the mermaid to the sea only after setting up a date with a handsome young boy. A great read on dreaminess and love for young readers."
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    Nevada is a standalone contemporary fiction novel written by Imogen Binnie which follows the life of young trans woman Maria Griffiths living in New York City who sets out on a journey that will change her forever. 


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    Gloria Taylor
    Written on April 28, 2018
    "Very touching and timely book. It's dark, but this adds to the overall immersion in the story. Don't want to give any spoilers, so read it for yourself!"
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    #28Infect Your Friends and Loved Ones

    Infect Your Friends and Loved Ones

    Infect Your Friends and Loved Ones is a standalone science fiction novel written by Torrey Peters which centers on trans woman Lexi who wants to take revenge as she is disappointed with the way her trans friends are treated by the society. 


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    #29I've Got A Time Bomb

    I've Got A Time Bomb

    I’ve Got a Time Bomb is a standalone fiction novel written by Sybil Lamb wherein he chronicles her journey living among the loners, losers, and leave-behinds in the dark corners of America. 


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    Eric Richardson
    Written on April 24, 2018
    "When I first read "I've got a time bomb" i really didn't like the message. But after talking with my queer friend, I understood a lot of where the main character was coming from and how her sexuality shaped who she is."
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    #30Critical Intersex (Queer Interventions)

    Critical Intersex (Queer Interventions)

    Critical Intersex is a book written by Morgan Holmes that tells the story of how a hermaphrodite lived a normal life despite being special and unique in the aspect of gender and sex.


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    Sara Contreras
    Written on May 3, 2018
    "Really love this book, and recommend it to anyone who's ever been, known, or just wants to know more about intersex people. It will open your eyes to a lot of things we cishet people take for granted."


Best What are the best fiction books for Queer people
1Symptoms of Being HumanBooks 75 Paid
2SphinxGames 60 Free
3Pantomime (Micah Grey)Books 53 Paid
4Try (Temptation)Books 51 Paid
5Stone Butch BluesBooks 43 Paid
6Every DayBooks 43 Paid
7JerkbaitBooks 39 Paid
8The Miseducation of Cameron PostBooks 37 Paid
9Just Three Words (Soho Loft)Books 35 Paid
10MarianBooks 33 Paid

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