LGBTQ Reviews: Novels! [cc]

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This is a 2-part series going through and wrapping up all of the LGBTQIA+ books I’ve read so far. In this video, prose!

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  1. Jamie Ryan Storey says:

    Here's a couple that I recommend:

    "Dreadnought" by April Daniels. This is a superhero story, actually, about a transgender teenage girl who witnesses a famous superhero die, and when she attempts to save him, he passes on something to her that not only gives her all of his powers, but also changes her body to what she always wanted. Then the book follows her struggles with getting her family to accept her, adjusting to her powers, and fighting a super villain. It's super lighthearted and fun, and complete wish fulfillment. But it's fun. I've only just started reading it, but I like it so far.

    And "We Are Okay" by Nina LaCour. This book is… depressing and quiet. It's about a withdrawn college student who is all alone on campus during winter break, and her best friend from back home comes to visit. And they deal with the awkwardness of their past relationship and there are flashbacks interwoven throughout revealing why the main character ran away from all of her friends once she went to college. There are heavy themes of loss and isolation in this book. It's a bit boring, but it's also really somber and quiet.

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