YA Books with Queer Characters that You Should all be Scrambling to Read Right Now!! // My Pride Month Recs + TBR

IT’S PRIDE MONTH!!!!

I know that this month is full of people gatekeeping and policing what can be defined as “queer” or not, but I just want to do something to keep me and this month as happy as we can be.

So today, I’ll be recommending queer books and talking about my Pride Month TBR of all queer books. I’m super super excited to be reading these books; I’ve been planning my TBR for months and I get to finally read these beautiful queer books AAAAHHHH.

Also, I’ve tried to mention all the marginalized identities represented in all the books mentioned, but I might have forgotten some and/or didn’t know the specific identity!  And please ask me for any content/trigger warnings, because I am happy to provide them!

**THESE AREN’T IN ANY PARTICULAR ORDER DON’T MAKE ME PICK FAVORITES.**

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simon vs the homo sapiens agenda

Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda (Creekwood, #1)I read this in March 2017, and reread it March of this year. Story time: This book is literally the book that made me question my sexuality. Its famous line “White shouldn’t be the default any more than straight should be the default. There shouldn’t even be a default” made me text my friends, asking, “How do you know if you’re straight or not?”

I know. Questioning heteronormativity right from the start.

Anyways, when I did my reread, I teared up a lot because of how much I related to what Simon was saying. And also the characters mean so much to me, as well as the relationship, and it’s just so CUTE and HILARIOUS and I love it!!!!!

Rep: Gay male MC, black Jewish gay male LI, black Jewish male side character, black questioning-if-bi (canon in book 2) female side character, fat bisexual (canon in book 2) female side character. Ownvoices for fat rep!

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aristotle and dante discover the secrets of the universe

Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe (Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe, #1)This book will forever be one of my favorites. It’s written gorgeously and the story it tells is truly beautiful. It talks about toxic masculinity and [internalized] homophobia and friendship and it’s a heartachingly gorgeous story written for queer people.

I just, love these characters so much? And their dialogue is also some of my favorite dialogue in books. And I think that a lot of queer people can relate to it. I’m getting a very strong urge to reread this now and I can’t say if I love or hate that urge.

Rep: Mexican gay male MC (questioning until the end), Mexican gay male LI. Ownvoices for Mexican and gay rep!

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when the moon was ours & wild beauty

When the Moon Was Ours  Wild Beauty

Anna-Marie McLemore is one of my FAVORITE AUTHORS ever. She’s a queer Latina author and I love. her. so. much!! Her stories are written gorgeously and I absolutely adore them and I just !!! fjslfjskldjfsldkfj !!!

When the Moon Was Ours was the first book of hers that I read and I swear I FELL. IN. LOVE. The characters and relationship and story are all SO BEAUTIFUL. My heart just combusted. And Wild Beauty is just as beautiful and has so many perfect messages and I love the characters and relationship so, so much.

WTMWO rep: Latinx female MC, trans Pakistani male LI. Ownvoices for Latinx rep!
WB rep: bisexual Latinx female MC, a whole family of bisexual Latinx girls and women actually, genderqueer side character. Ownvoices for Latinx and queer rep!

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six of crows

Six of Crows (Six of Crows, #1)Okay literally everyone knows that this is one of my top favorite books in the world, along with its sequel, if not my MOST favorite. It’s a literary masterpiece and if you haven’t read it yet, YOU NEED TO.

Not only is this story just,, an amazing work of art with the best characters and the best plot, it is also… so casually diverse? Half of the main cast is queer, two are POC, two have trauma issues, two are disabled, and one is fat. IN FANTASY.

Anyways. If I start screaming about this book, it’ll end up being novel-length, so if you want, read my “favorite moments and quotes of SOC” review. And definitely read this book.

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Rep: disabled male MC with PTSD, brown female MC with touch-aversion, bisexual fat female MC, black bisexual MC, gay MC with dyslexia (not entirely sure about him being specifically gay but he is in an m/m relationship)

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girl made of stars

Girl Made of StarsIs anyone even remotely surprised I put this book on this list.

This book is my favorite book of 2018, no doubt about it. You all have heard me gushing about it but I’ll say it again: It’s the first book to make me cry since 2016, and I reread it TWO DAYS after I first finished it. I love it. I love it. I love it.

Do y’all really want me to say anything more about this? Because if I do, I won’t stop. You ALL have heard my screaming about this book. PLEASE READ IT. PLEASE. (Also, the bi and genderqueer rep is well done!!)

Rep: bisexual female MC, sapphic genderqueer (she/her pronouns) LI, Korean male LI. Ownvoices for bi rep!

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autoboyography

AutoboyographyThis was my most recent favorite that had a queer cast and I literally still want to sob when I think about this. It’s heartbreaking at points, but so so beautiful and cute and made me genuinely happy.

It has a lot of flaws yes, especially considering that it’s another book about a queer teen coming to terms with themselves and not just LIVING—but that means that reading this book can be a cathartic experience for people who have went through that.

(Plus, as a bi teen, it made me feel really represented, and I think the bi rep was written very well!)

Rep: bisexual half-Jewish (as he calls himself) male MC, gay Mormon LI. Ownvoices for bi rep!

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all out (anthology)

All Out: The No-Longer-Secret Stories of Queer Teens Throughout the AgesThis is an anthology of historical fiction short stories all about queer characters by queer characters. While it wasn’t as diverse as I wish it could’ve been, I still really enjoyed it, and my favorite pieces in the book were SO so beautiful and powerful and hard-hitting. I even teared up over one of them!!!

Plus, this is an anthology of 17 stories of queer people in history, who usually are erased and said not to exist in the past. But they DO, and I really appreciate that this anthology captured the stories of those whose voices are usually smothered.

Rep: There’s a lot of rep in this anthology, so I recommend reading my review to know what specific identities are represented!

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PRIDE MONTH TBR!

I am SO !! EXCITED !! to finally read these books!! They’re either 1) highly anticipated releases or 2) books that have been on my TBR for a long time but I never managed to get around to. And THEY’RE ALL QUEER.

Also, if anyone wants to buddy read any of the books with me, just let me know! I’d be happy to scream about queer books with any of you!!

Summer Bird Blue  Girls of Paper and Fire  Radio Silence

  • Summer Bird Blue Akemi Dawn Bowman // I pretty much started tearing up when I’d seen I’d been accepted for this on Edelweiss because Starfish means the entire world to me. Thanks for my life, Akemi! [I’m reading this right now and it’s currently at a 4-star rating!] BR with Destiny!! :: rep :: asexual multiracial (Japanese, Hawaiian, white) female MC, multiple biracial side characters
  • Girls of Paper and Fire Natasha Ngan // One of my MOST ANTICIPATED books of 2018!! I only read 50 pages in May but I am definitely reading the rest of it this month. I can’t want to read about my beautiful sapphic Asian Paper Girls. BR with Ju!! :: rep :: sapphic Asian female characters (MC & LI), f/f
  • Radio Silence Alice Oseman // I am SO EXCITED to finally be able to read Alice’s books!! I love her webcomic Heartstopper, and I’m pretty sure this will end up as a favorite of mine. (Also, demisexual rep!!) BR with Mel!! :: rep :: British-Ethiopian bisexual female MC, demisexual male major side character, South Korean gay male side character, lesbian female side character, Indian side character

The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo  How to Make a Wish  The Abyss Surrounds Us (The Abyss Surrounds Us, #1)

  • The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo Taylor Jenkins Reid // Literally ALL of my friends have read and loved this and it’s about time I join them. I swear, if I don’t love this, I’m going to be extremely disappointed. And my friends will probably kill me. Also I’m pretty sure I’ve been spoiled for the ending but. it’s fine. :: rep :: Cuban bisexual female MC, biracial (black & white) lesbian female LI, gay side characters, f/f
  • How to Make A Wish Ashley Herring Blake // Listen. Girl Made of Stars is my favorite book of 2018. Ashley Herring Blake is my goddess. I will read anything she writes, even if it destroys me. :: rep :: bisexual female MC, biracial (black & white) lesbian female LI, f/f
  • The Abyss Surrounds Us Emily Skrutskie // Give me books starring a Chinese lesbian pirate YES PLEASE!!! Apparently pretty much everyone in this book is a lesbian pirate and my body is not ready. BR with Mel!! :: rep :: Chinese lesbian female MC, lesbian female LI, a bunch of other lesbians (lesbian pirates), f/f

The Song of Achilles  They Both Die at the End  Not Your Sidekick (Sidekick Squad, #1)

  • The Song of Achilles Madeline Miller // Am I ready to be completely ruined like everyone else is? No. Am I still going to read this? Yes. BR with Ilsa!! :: rep :: gay male MC, gay male LI, m/m
  • They Both Die at the End Adam Silvera // I’ve been trying to read this book but have never gotten to it, and this will be the month I finally tackle it. Adam is one of my favorite people, and I really hope I love this! BR with Mel!! yes I know a lot of BRs with Mel :: rep :: gay Puerto-Rican male MC, bisexual Cuban male MC, m/m
  • if time: Not Your Sidekick CB Lee // I have no idea if I’ll have time to get to this, but I really hope I will because I am so ready to read about this Chinese-Vietnamese bisexual girl ruling the world!!! :: rep :: Chinese-Vietnamese bisexual female MC, sapphic female LI, trans black male side character, Latinx female side character, f/f

shall we chat

are you celebrating pride by reading queer books? what are your favorite lgbtqiap+ books? have you read any of the ones i mentioned? if you’re queer, which books have you felt represented by? i hope you’re all having a great month, especially queer people!!

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77 thoughts on “YA Books with Queer Characters that You Should all be Scrambling to Read Right Now!! // My Pride Month Recs + TBR

  1. Ohhhhhh!!!!! This list is SOOOO GOOOODDDD!!!! I just picked up Ari & Dante for this month! And The Song of Achilles ruined my life. I might have cried for daaaaayyyyyyssssss. It was so good and beautiful and deeply emotional.
    And Evelyn Hugo is GREAT!

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  2. Ahh, this list looks amazing! Unfortunately I haven’t read most of the books on it, but that will hopefully change this summer. 😉 They Both Die at The End is AMAZING, I think it’s my favorite read of 2018 so far, I hope you enjoy it, May!

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  3. Amazing list! ♥ I’m loving our buddy read and can’t wait to do more with you in the future! (Speaking of which, I also am reading Evelyn Hugo this month if you want to buddy read it, or How to Make a Wish, which I’m rereading this month! Just let me know, no pressure. 🙂

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  4. Ooh, so many good books on here! A lot of these I’ve already read, or are on my TBR already, but there was also a few new ones on here, so thanks for the recs!

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  5. I just finished Autoboyography last night and am ABSOLUTELY IN LOVE. Tanner and Sebastian were both SO adorable, and together they were just MAGIC. As a non-religious person, I also found it had a really informative representation of the LDS church, showcasing its strengths and weaknesses without demonising anyone. There needs to be more books like this in the world!! ❤

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    1. Oh my god I’m SO HAPPY you loved Autoboyography, Rebecca!! They are so cute and beautiful together, and the story just means so much to me aahhh. And yes, I mean I have my own opinions on the LDS church but this book definitely did not demonize it at all, which I think is super important!

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  6. I’m truly ashamed to say I’ve only read one of these ( Six Of Crows )! I wish old hopes near me stocked more diverse books, I just know I’m missing out on so much! I’m desperate to read Girl Made Of Stars, Not Your Sidekick and Autoboyography

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  7. incredibly rude that i would read this post and be suddenly overcome by the urge to read aristotle and dante and reread six of crows and pick up all of anna-marie mclemore’s stuff and get my hands on girl made of stars?? like. i don’t have time to only read books you recommend, may. how inconsiderate of you, making all of them sound so tempting and good???

    a n y w a y i am SO EXCITED for you to read the seven husbands of evelyn hugo ahhh!!! it’s so fantastic!

    happy pride month b ❤ ❤

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  8. Great picks! I love TSOA and Aristotle, but there are so many books here that I haven’t read. One of them is, yes really, Simon vs! I might be the only bloggers left that haven’t read it, and I plan to read it THIS month. I’ve been saying that since last year tbh and I need someone to nags me to actually read it xD

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  9. These are some beyond incredible books for Pride month May, and some of these are ultimate all-time favourites of mine too. 🙂
    I’m glad you had such a strong connection to Simon Vs. It’s great what reading can do for us and it’s a reason we need so much more diversity in books right? I LOVE Anna-Marie McLemore and should really re-read her books sometime soon, same goes for Six of Crows which is just amazing! 🙂
    I have Autoboyography on my TBR list and after all the amazing things I’ve heard about it I can’t wait to get started. I’m sure I’ll love it as much as everyone else has, and oh I hope you love The Song of Achilles too. It’ll completely destroy you but it will be worth it, it’s a great story.
    Great post, and happy reading! 🙂 ❤️

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    1. Yes, all these books have such a strong meaning to me (especially Simon!) and I think it’s just another reason why diverse books are so important. ❤ And aahhh, yes, I have to credit my love for Anna-Marie McLemore from your recommendations! I probably wouldn't have found her if not for you!

      Ooh, I have a feeling you'll love Autoboyography! And aaahh I've heard that TSOA absolutely destroys you but… I think I'm ready. 😂😍

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  10. Argh I can’t believe I’ve barely read any of these books! Considering I’m not-straight myself I feel like this is terrible and I must fix it immediately. I’m definitely going to try and get my hands on some of these, tho my local library is crap and I’m broke so we’ll see :/

    The only one of these books that I’ve read is Six of Crows, which I thought was amazing! I LOVE how it’s so casually and effortlessly diverse, I honestly think all books should be like this? I’m so done with books where every single character is white/straight/etc, it’s just not realistic? Come on, writers, It’s honestly not that hard to add diversity…

    Andrea // https://spaceshipsvampiresandsecretagents.blogspot.com/

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    1. It’s all right, Andrea!! I don’t think I started reading a lot of diverse fiction until like last year. And even as I was figuring out my sexuality, the queer books I read were mostly m/m. I hope you get to read some beautiful queer books soon, though!!! ❤

      And aahh YES Six of Crows is amazing!! It really is casually diverse (like it wasn't even until I sat down to think about it that I realized just how diverse they all were, since it was so casual). And yes exactly! The world is not full of the same white, allocishet, neurotypical, abled people and I think it's time that books show that. 😊

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  11. SO MANY AMAZING BOOKS ON YOUR LIST MAY YOU’RE MAKING ME WANT TO REREAD THE ONES I’VE ALREADY READ (I mean I already did tbh but now even MORE). I have Wild Beauty on my shelf and I can’t wait to finally read it this month (didn’t have time to read it before I left for Manchester and then when I got back I had to prioritise other books) because HELLO IT’S PRIDE SO IF I DON’T READ IT THIS MONTH WHAT AM I DOING. I’m reading Autoboyography right now and adbghsm It’s so good?? And that bi rep?? Makes my bi heart so happy?? Can’t wait to continue it later tonight
    Hope you’ll enjoy all the books on your tbr May ❤

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    1. I’M SORRY MICHELLE but you should definitely reread some of these books. 😉 And aahh I hope you love Wild Beauty! It truly is beautiful (ha) and I love my bi girls so much. 😍😍

      AND FKSKFKD I’m so happy you love Autoboyography so much!!!! I saw it up for free on Riveted and the urge to reread it is so strong, but I won’t give in. I’m so happy our bi hearts can read beautiful rep like this !!! 💖

      HAPPY PRIDE!!

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      1. I knowwww I definitely will once my exams are over – I can’t wait to devour all the LBGTQIAP+ books (both the ones I’ve already read and the unread ones)

        It was SO good. Bi rep is still so rare in YA – I think I’ve seen bi-erasure more than actual bi characters (that are good rep and not,,, problematic af) like yikes Yes me too! 💖

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  12. Wow my favorite TBR ever! I can’t wait to read all these queer books with you! Forever thankful for you and your friendship! And…. I LOVE YOU AND I’M SO EXCITED! Happy reading, beautiful! 💗xx

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  13. You are going to LOVE Radio Silence, it’s such a phenomenal story. And same on Simon- I live in Georgia, so reading that was just this whole puddle of “OH I RELATE TO THIS SO VERY MUCH.” Happy Pride!!!

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    1. I have such high expectations for Radio Silence but I just have a feeling I’ll LOVE it!! And omg same, I don’t live in Georgia but I do live in Texas, so the whole living-in-a-conservative-environment was very relatable (tho thankfully the people I’m close with are much more tolerant and supportive 💘). HAPPY PRIDE!!! 🌈

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  14. YESS MAY I LOVE THIS LIST. i love Radio SIlence so so much and i hope that you will too!! (actually i might reread it this month at some point lol) i can’t believe you haven’t read Evelyn Hugo yet ,, SO GOOD. i’m planning to read Release, finish All Out, and We Are the Ants this month! very exciting. omg i didn’t know that Summer Bird Blue had biracial/multiracial rep THAT MAKES ME SO EXCITE.

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    1. I have a VERY STRONG FEELING that I’m going to love Radio Silence, and I am bursting with excitement. I can’t wait to reaf it fiskfksklfd. and All Out and We Are the Ants!!! love them both, very beautiful, highly recommend. YESSS Summer Bird Blue features a lot of marginalized characters! it was such a beautiful story 💓

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  15. I was hoping to find some unknow book but already know all of those XD
    I haven’t read many from the list, aside from Ari and Dante and Radio Silence. I’ve Wild Beauty waiting for me since January. My best friend gave it has a gift. I need to notice her that has a bi rep. I wasn’t sure of it and I never looked up. She would love to know that.

    Plus tomorrow I’m going to see Love, Simon. The only shame is that I’ve still to read the book but I will do as soon as possibile

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    1. Oh I wish I could have included some not-so-well-known books but unfortunately I haven’t read enough of them yet!! After this month’s reads though, I’m definitely looking for more less hyped beautiful queer books 💞

      I hope you get to pick up Wild Beauty soon! It’s such a GORGEOUS story, I absolutely love it. And yes the bi rep is fantastic! I love how pretty much all the girls are bi, it’s so nice to see something like that. 😍

      I HOPE YOU LOVED LOVE, SIMON!!! It’s one of my favorite movies ever now 😭💛

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  16. Six of Crows was amazing. Nina is easily my favorite character. Her love for waffles is enviable. ❤

    As an ace person, Let's Talk About Love by Claire Kann is the closest I've ever come to seeing myself on the page. Alice, the main character, is a Black teenager who is biromantic asexual and I loved reading her story. There's some hurting but more loving.

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    1. Six of Crows will always be a forever favorite of mine. It’s just… absolutely amazing 💞

      Oh, I am SO happy you were able to find yourself in Let’s Talk About Love! I’m super excited to read that one as well. (Also I’ve finished Summer Bird Blue, and as an ace-spec person I can say that the ace-spec rep was SO well done in SBB! 😊)

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  17. Aaaah, you’re going to 💕love💕 How to Make a Wish! Somehow I actually haven’t gotten around to Girl Made of Stars yet, but it is very high on my list, as is Evelyn Hugo. Most of my queer faves are actually on that list but I would add Ramona Blue by Julie Murphy and Let’s Talk About Love by Claire Kann. 🙂

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    1. Aahh, I’m so excited to read How To Makw a Wish! And oh, I hope you love Girl Made of Stars and Evelyn Hugo, both of them are absolutely amazing and deserve all the love ❤ I've heard great things about Ramona Blue and Let's Talk About Love — definitely excited to read them one day!

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  18. Thank you for making this amazing post, May! ❤️ My favorite books of all time (which also happen to be LGBTQ+, hehe) are Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda and Autoboyography, and I’m so happy to see those on your list!! 😍 They’re honestly such amazing books with great representation. Have you read Leah on the Offbeat, the sequel to Simon vs.? And have you watched Love, Simon? (I absolutely loved Love, Simon, but I think I still prefer the book!) Anyways, I have so many books to add to my TBR list from this post, like Six of Crows and Girl Made of Stars! I’m so excited to read them, especially due to your glowing reviews. 😍☺️ Sorry for this long comment, haha, but I also want to recommend another LGBTQ+ book: The Gentleman’s Guide of Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee! I’m not sure if you’ve read it yet, but it’s a historical fiction book with LGBTQ+, disability, and POC representation, and it’s honestly SO well-written and amazing all around.

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    1. Oh, I’m so happy you loved Simon Vs and Autoboyography! Autoboyography doesn’t quite hit my MOST favorites list, but it’s definitely a queer favorite book of mine ❤ Yup, I've read Leah and watched Love, Simon! I absolutely LOVED Love, Simon (I watched it three times hjfsldkf) and I originally loved Leah but now my thoughts are a bit mixed now :/

      Oh, I hope you love Six of Crows and Girl Made of Stars! Those are two of my absolute favorite books, I love them so much. ❤ And aahh, yup, I've read Gentleman's Guide! I didn't love it as much as I expected to, but it was still super enjoyable and I loved Percy and Monty ❤

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      1. Omg same haha, I watched Love, Simon three times in theaters as well! It was such a beautiful movie and I loved watching it every single time. 🙂 And ahhh me too, when I first read Leah, I loved it as well, but now looking back at it, there are some parts that I really didn’t like. :/ (Spoiler: I really disliked the part where Leah hated on Abby for admitting that she was “lowkey bi.” She never even apologized for that afterwards, which sucked.)

        Haha I know I already said this, but I’m so excited to start reading Six of Crows and Girl Made of Stars too! (I already placed them on hold at my local library; hopefully I get them soon!) Ahhh yesss I love Monty and Percy 🙂 Anyway, thank you so much for replying to my comment! I really appreciate it. ❤ I'm loving your blog so much!

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        1. I HATED that part. Honestly a lot of my problems came from Leah? Like she is both a character you can connect to but also not really like? At least for me. And I KIND OF get where Leah was coming from (defending her sexuality, since I think she read it as “kinda gay but more straight”?) but she should have at least apologized. 🙄

          I hope you get SoC and GMoS really soon!!! And I hope you love it 😊 (And of course! I’m a little bad at replying to comments nowadays but I try my best 😂)

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  19. Ooh yes, these books are all amazing! Six of Crows is definitely my favorite out of all the books you mentioned but the rest are all great too (especially Radio Silence by Alice Oseman!!). I’m also adding more books to my tbr because I didn’t know that some of these books had LGBTQIA+ rep. Thank you for all the recs! 🙂

    Rachana @ Spun

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  20. AMAZING POST!! I’VE LOVED SO MANY OF THESE AND OMG AUTOBOYOGRAHPY. SIX OF CROWS. THEY BOTH DIE AT THE END.

    I REALLY WANT TO READ RADIO SILENCE THIS MONTH TOO SO IM CROSSING MY FINGERS AND PRAYING THAT YOU LOVE IT (as well as all the other books you’ve got planned!!) AND THEN WE CAN SCREAM TOGETHER AFTERWARDS (knowing me i won’t read it for 219852357 years because im a goblin) BYE THANKS FOR THE RECS, UR AMAZING, HAVE A GREAT REST OF PRIDE (lmao it sounds like i’m not going to talk to you until next month but i will)

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    1. THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!! And omg I’m reading Radio Silence right now and I really like it so far! I hope you love it (I’m PRETTY SURE you will). And AAAHH YOU’RE WELCOME!! You’re amazing as well and I love you. Have the best Pride. Try not to be too gay ❤

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