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LGBTQ Fiction Bestsellers

The top 10 LGBTQ Fiction audiobooks on Libro.fm based on sales from our 1,000+ partner bookstore locations.

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  1. If you enjoyed Bloody Jack, then you’ll love The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue.

    “Two romps with pirates, romance, and stellar readers. You'll be completely spell bound.”

    Porter Square Books image Marika, Porter Square Books
  2. By John Boyne / Narrated by Stephen Hogan

    The Heart's Invisible Furies

    “This is the novel John Boyne was born to write: A brilliant book of identity and redemption, both heartbreaking and humorous, intimate and expansive. Cyril Avery has been constantly reminded he doesn't belong, first by his adopted parents, then by the church and his country. As we follow him on his journey to acceptance, we are shown the cruelty of fate and the surprising kindness of ordinary people. Boyne perfectly constructs every story told, unveiling the humor and hypocrisy of humanity in each character and illuminating how the arc of Cyril's story is also the arc of modern times. An amazing feat from the first page to the last.”

    Book Passage image Luisa Smith, Book Passage
  3. Leading Men

    “Make yourself an Aperol Spritz (or an entire pitcher) and find a comfortable chair because you’re going to spend the afternoon reading Leading Men by Christopher Castellani. Tennessee Williams was a genius — charming, brilliant, and powerful — but he was hell to live with and even harder to love, a challenge even for the man who loved him best, Frank Merlo. Castellani’s fourth novel brings to life not only their fraught relationship, but also the gritty glamour of their time. It’s a rich and gorgeous party whose guests include Truman Capote, Luchino Visconti, and you. Fortunately, you have that Aperol Spritz. Salut!”

    Rakestraw Books image Michael Barnard, Rakestraw Books
  4. By André Aciman / Narrated by Armie Hammer

    Call Me by Your Name

    “Some books change you, fundamentally alter something about who you are, how you think, how you feel. Whether it's a new feeling, or that they've opened your eyes to a part of yourself that you weren't aware of, I'm not sure, but what I do know is that Call Me By Your Name was, for me, one of those books. Even through the adolescent language and intensity of the protagonist, or perhaps because of it, this book made me feel something entirely new, or helped me to feel something old in a new way. It takes you back to the intense feelings of longing, of youthful attraction and obsession, and somehow does so both with bluntness and incredible prose. This was my second read (listen) of Call Me By Your Name, and it meant something more and something different this time through, and I imagine that this is that kind of book. The kind that no matter how many times I read it will become something new and something differently important upon every read.”

    Changing Hands image Amy, Changing Hands
  5. A New York Times, USA Today, and Indie bestseller!

    Critically acclaimed and bestselling authors Becky Albertalli and Adam Silvera combine their talents in this smart, funny, heartfelt collaboration about two very different boys who can’t decide if the universe is pushing them together—or pulling them apart.

    ARTHUR is only in New York for the... Read More »

  6. By Cat Sebastian / Narrated by Gary Furlong

    A scoundrel who lives in the shadows.
     
    Jack Turner grew up in the darkness of London's slums, born into a life of crime and willing to do anything to keep his belly full and his siblings safe. Now he uses the tricks and schemes of the underworld to help those who need the kind of assistance only a scoundrel can provide. His distrust of the... Read More »

  7. By M. K. England / Narrated by James Fouhey

    The Breakfast Club meets Guardians of the Galaxy in this YA sci-fi adventure by debut author M. K. England.

    Hotshot pilot Nax Hall has a history of making poor life choices. So it’s not exactly a surprise when he’s kicked out of the elite Ellis Station Academy in less than twenty-four hours. But Nax’s one-way trip back to Earth is cut short when... Read More »

  8. The House of Impossible Beauties

    “Joseph Cassara's debut novel follows the life of Angel, a young transgender woman who goes on to become the "House Mother" of the legendary House of Xtravaganza. Gritty, yet always tender, House of Impossible Beauties explores the 1980's Harlem drag ball scene made famous in Jennie Livingston's documentary Paris is Burning in a way that is humanizing, deeply interesting, and impossible to put down. I was so entranced with this book that I went through it twice: once on the page and once on audio, which might have been an even more interesting experience, simply because narrator Christian Barillas presents a singular performance, uniquely emulating each character in a way that tattoos them indelibly on the mind. A 10/10 listening experience.”

    The King's English Bookshop image Rachel, The King's English Bookshop
  9. "I love this book so very much."—Robin LaFevers, New York Times bestselling author of the His Fair Assassin trilogy

    Romantic high fantasy from the bestselling author of Star Wars: Ahsoka and Exit, Pursued by a Bear.


    It's been a year since the mysterious godsgem cured Cadrium's king and ushered in what promised to be a new golden age. The heroes... Read More »

  10. Rules are made to be broken . . .

    If England had yearbooks, I'd probably be "Arden St. Ives: Man Least Likely to Set the World on Fire." So far, I haven't. I've no idea what I'm doing at Oxford, no idea what I'm going to do next and, until a week ago, I had no idea who Caspian Hart was. Turns out, he's brilliant, beautiful . . . oh yeah, and a... Read More »

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