LGBTQ fantasy for young adults and adults

The Harry Potter-week is celebrated on 1.-6.2. in Helmet-libraries. In honor of the week, we compiled reading recommendations for rainbow fantasy books for young adults and adults. Grab the tips!

LGBTQ+ Fantasy for Young Adults:

Leigh Bardugo: Six of Crows (series)

Kalynn Bayron: Cinderella Is Dead

Austin Chant: Peter Darling

Cassandra Clare: Mortal Instruments (series)

April Daniels: Dreadnought (series)

Andrew Eliopulos: The Fascinators 

M. K. England: Spellhacker

Mara Fitzgerald: Beyond the Ruby Veil

Sally Green: Half Bad (series)

Sally Green: The Smoke Thieves (series)

TJ Klune: The Extraordinaries

Ryan La Sala: Reverie

C. B. Lee: Not Your Sidekick (series)

Mackenzi Lee: The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue (series)

Seanan McGuire: Every Heart a Doorway (series)

Anna-Marie McLemore: When the Moon Was Ours

Natasha Ngan: Girls of Paper and Fire (series)

Rick Riordan: Magnus Chase (series)

Rainbow Rowell: Carry On (series)

Marie Rutkoski: The Midnight lie

Mats Strandberg ja Sara B. Elfgren: The Circle

Aiden Thomas: Cemetery Boys

Maggie Tokuda-Hall: The Mermaid, the Witch, and the Sea

Maria Turtschaninoff: Naondel

LGBTQ+ Fantasy for Adults:

A. J. Hackwith: The Library of the Unwritten

Emmi Itäranta: The City of Woven Streets

Sheridan Le Fanu: Carmilla

Carmen Maria Machado: Her Body & Other Parties

V.E. Schwab: A Darker Shade of Magic

Johanna Sinisalo: Not Before Sundown 

J. R. Ward: Lover at Last

Virginia Woolf: Orlando