Continuing with short reviews for LGBT+ books I read in 2016 for Pretty Deadly Reviews‘ LGBTQIA 2016 Reading Challenge, it’s now time for the classics!
I enthusiastically participated in Pretty Deadly Reviews‘ LGBTQIA 2016 Reading Challenge, but haven’t written all the reviews I’ve been meaning to write. So to catch up, here’s a collection of short reviews for the YA bunch!
I discovered this book through my quest to find as many LGBT+ themed Japanese literature books as possible (hint: there are very few in translation). If you’re interested in finding out more titles, I created a Listopia list on Goodreads that others have contributed to as well: here
I picked up this book nearly a year ago for the first time, but never read beyond the first few chapters (although I liked it back then). I picked it up again because it’s a perfect read for both the LGBTQIA 2016 Reading Challenge and the Women’s Classic Literature Event.
Just like the previous book I reviewed, Brothers by Ted van Lieshout, We, Two Boys is a book originally written in Dutch by Flemish author Aline Sax. I feel proud that such beautiful LGBT+ YA books like these exist in Dutch. Anyway, I read this book in Dutch but it …