What are the best science fiction with LGBT themes?

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    #1Deep Merge

    Deep Merge
    Deep Merge by Linda North is an erotic literature and science fiction novel originally published in April 2014. This book tells the story of two beings from different sides of the universe fated to meet unexpectedly.

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    Linda Lawrence
    Written on April 23, 2018
    "Science fiction has been playing with gender for decades now. Early references in the Star Trek television series show different races and genders, mixed in one. Exploring what we associate with gender, gives us better understanding of how the other half lives. "
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    #2The Space Between

    The Space Between

    Harper Isabelle is the most popular girl in grade nine, while Sarah Jamieson is a loner girl who has no friends. Inexplicably, they both can't get each other from their heads, and the emotions will start to build to the point they will have no choice but face them. 


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    Phillip Webb
    Written on April 25, 2018
    "I don't know how many science fiction books have LGBT themes within them. I just know that I didn't care much for this particular one. The storyline is cliche with the loner and misfit girl. It's just been done so many times before. Then there is a popular and well-liked girl. For some reason, they have a story to be told together. I just don't buy this as a plausible concept, and it isn't relatable to real life at all. There are some interesting twists in The Space Between, but I just couldn't get past the lackluster setup to the tale."
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    #3Destiny Abounds (Starlight Saga)

    Destiny Abounds (Starlight Saga)

    Destiny Abounds by Annathesa Nikola Darksbane is a science fiction and lesbian literature novel originally published in 2015. This is the first book in Darksbane's Starlight Saga series. It is followed by Instinct: A Starlight Saga Short.


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    #4As Meat Loves Salt

    As Meat Loves Salt
    Set in the 17th century, this novel tells the story of Jacob Cullen, a man that had to flee from his own wedding with her bride Caro and her brother Zebedee, as he was about to get caught accused of murder. Jacob eventually finds himself alone in the world, until he meets Christopher, who rescues him: the starting point between these two gentleman living in London. 


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    Yao Duan
    Written on April 18, 2018
    "This book is not really my kind of book. The underlying themes are not something that were relevant to me. I was hoping for more of a focus on the murder aspect, but it was more about the relationship of the two men. The book is written using old language so it is a bit hard to understand at times. It's not a bad book, just not something that interested me. "
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    #5Steel Beneath the Skin (Aneka Jansen)

    Steel Beneath the Skin (Aneka Jansen)

    Steel Beneath the Skin by Nial Teasdale is a science fiction and lesbian literature novel originally published in May 2013. This is the first book in Teasdale's Aneka Jansen series. It is followed by The Cold Steel Mind.


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    Willie Cox
    Written on April 23, 2018
    "I really liked the concept of Steel Beneath the Skin. I was looking for a scifi book that followed the Ghost in the Shell family of thought and this filled the bill. There are heavy lesbian themes in the character development so you'll want to be aware of that when making your buying choice."
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    #6My 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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    Mary Thompson
    Written on April 18, 2018
    "This was a fair mix of science fiction that had LGBT in it. It was a fun read for the beach. I like the genre of science fiction and the LGBT sex did not bother me overmuch. The story was ok and it kept me interested."
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    #7Warrior's Valor (Supreme Constellations)

    Warrior's Valor (Supreme Constellations)

    Warrior's Valor by Gun Brooke is a science fiction and lesbian literature novel originally published in 2008. This is the third book in Brooke's Supreme Constellations series. It is followed by Pirate's Fortune.


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    Michael Baker
    Written on April 29, 2018
    "Warrior's Valor is just another science fiction, romance (even erotic), lesbian books that have no significant difference from other in it's genre. You would get quite bored if you are not into these genres; even if you are interested, you will not like it at all."
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    #8Revived (Foreverers)

    Revived (Foreverers)

    Revived is the first book in the gay paranormal series Foreverers written by Nina del Arce which follows the romance between Dirk who is born a Crewe and Rhys who wants to be a vampire. 


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    Ethan Rose
    Written on April 22, 2018
    "A great, quick supernatural story. Similar to the Lestat stories but not nearly as compelling. Copy cat book and not romantic. Also not science fiction."
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    #9The Line of Beauty

    The Line of Beauty

    Set in Britain, this novel separated in three different parts narrates the story of Nick Guest, a middle-class young male that takes part in the Fedden family's parties and holidays. Homosexuality, hypocrisy, privilege and the rise of AIDS are many of the topics covered in this 2004 book.


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    Jonathan Nguyen
    Written on April 21, 2018
    "This is a novel that focuses well on a character exploring sexuality, during an interesting period of time and setting. It seems to be very well written and uniquely descriptive for the genre. This should appeal to those looking for a book on this subject matter, but with eloquent and sophisticated writing."
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    #10Wings of Equity

    Wings of Equity

    Wings of Equity is a steampunk romance book written by Sean Kennedy. Wings of Equity was published on July 2, 2010 by Dreamspinner Press. The book follows the relationship between Ezra Kneebone Icarus.


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    Cristina Jaramillo
    Written on May 17, 2018
    "This book was funny. It was definitely not your run of the mill sci fi. "
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    #11The Disassembled Life of Duncan Cole

    The Disassembled Life of Duncan Cole

    The Disassembled Life of Duncan Cole is a steampunk sci-fi romance book written by S. Hart. The Disassembled Life of Duncan Cole was published on May 30, 2014.


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    Elizabeth Guerrero
    Written on May 9, 2018
    "This is definitely not my kind of read. The art direction isn't too bad but I am not interested in the overall story and none of the characters seemed all that interesting. This person, Duncan, which has a pretty bad reputation with the general public ends up meeting a man named Sam. They both go on a journey together and find some hidden secrets about Duncan. I wouldn't recommend this book but you might enjoy it, because everyone else seems to like it. Maybe I'm just the odd ball?"
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    #12Highfell Grimoires

    Highfell Grimoires

    Highfell Grimoires is a steampunk romance book written by Langley Hyde with LGBT themes. Highfell Grimoires was published on May 20, 2014 by Blind Eye Books. 


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    Margaret Mills
    Written on May 14, 2018
    "Interesting, different story. Nice to see some nontraditional thoughts. Once you start it , you have no patience to finish."
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    #13Under the Rushes

    Under the Rushes

    Under the Rushes is a steampunk romance book written by Amy Lane. Under the Rushes was published on December 21st 2012 by Dreamspinner Press. It follows the adventures of Dorjan and Areau.


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    Ralph Stephens
    Written on May 11, 2018
    "adventures, struggle of guilt and the decision one made, where trust becomes the focal point, combined to create under the rushes. how do you know the decision you made are correct, especially when the decision can create a different future five years from now, only timem witll tell. And how do you overcome the guilt of the result simply when you trust another human being, explore this questions in under the rushes."
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    #14Warlock in Training (Studies in Demonology)

    Warlock in Training (Studies in Demonology)

    Warlock in Training is the first book in the gay paranormal series Studies in Demonology written by T.J. Nichols which follows Angus Donohue who is against on being a warlock as he believes it is evil to drain demons of their magic. 


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    Anna Green
    Written on April 16, 2018
    "Warlock in Training (Studies in Demonology) is a scifi gay novel and its the first book in a series. It gives you all the set up you need for the rest of the series. It's well written and unique. The characters give Harry Potter a run for its money. "
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    #15Intersex (For Lack of a Better Word)

    Intersex (For Lack of a Better Word)

    Intersex is a book written by Thea Hillman that tells the story of happiness, struggle, and triumph. This book will inspire other readers to accept their uniqueness no matter how different it is.


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    Christina Collins
    Written on April 24, 2018
    "This book is not in the science fiction category. It also does not seem to have very good reviews nor is it popular."


Best What are the best science fiction with LGBT themes
1Deep MergeBooks 26 Paid
2The Space BetweenBooks 23 Paid
3Destiny Abounds (Starlight Saga)Books 7 Paid
4As Meat Loves SaltBooks 6 Paid
5Steel Beneath the Skin (Aneka Jansen)Books 5 Paid
6My Fair Captain (Sci-Regency Series)Books 2 Paid
7Warrior's Valor (Supreme Constellations)Books 1 Paid
8Revived (Foreverers)Books 0 Paid
9The Line of BeautyBooks 0 Paid
10Wings of EquityBooks 0 Paid

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