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I recommend More Happy Than Not by Adam Silvera. It broke my heart and mended it all the same and I love it. For better experience, it’s ideal to just dive in the book without knowing anything.
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Will Grayson, will Grayson by John Green and David Levithan is a great book. You might want to check it out.
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In my search to find good queer literature by Asian authors I stumbled across The 'Devourers by Indra Das'. And it quickly became one of my all time favourites. The author uses shape-shifters and gore to tell a beautiful story of love, strength and fluidity. It is an amazing read that will keep you intrigued till the very last page.
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Try reading Emma Straub's "All Adults Here"
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They Both Die at the End
Song of Achilles
Love Simon
Leah on the Offbeat
Carry On
Wayward Son
We Are Okay
Black Door
I Can't Think Straight
Carmilla
Of Fire and Stars
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Post by ellatori »

"They Both Die at the End" by Adam Silvera

Just go read it. It is a story about hope, about regrets, about learning how to truly live, and about goodbyes and the hope of new beginnings. It will leave you with a bunch of emotions, leaving you sobbing and thinking then back to sobbing again.
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Try Dead Collections by Isaac Fellman!
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Post by Gloria Kaszyczky »

I would recommend What if it's us and Here's to us by Adam Sivera and Becky Albertally, as well as They both die at the end, History is all you left me by Adam Sivera. Becky Albertally's books are also very well written, one of my favourites is Simon versus the Homosapiens Agenda. These books are YA but I think everyone can read them and enjoy them since they are wonderfully written and make you feel like a part of the story!!

If you love Graphic Novels, then Heartstopper by Alice Oseman is the one for you! I promise you won't be disappointed! Also, her novels are amazing, some titles areSolitaire, I was born for this and Radio Silence.

I hope you find something you like!! :D
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Post by Danis Vendetta »

So I was looking for a book to review on the site that was MM or at the very least LGBTQ and couldn't find a single one. Does the site not have any to review?
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