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15 New LGBTQ YA Books To Curl Up With This Fall

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Release date: October 4What it's about: Waters is fast becoming the go-to source of haunting Sapphic YA, and she keeps it up with her newest, about three girls with vested interest in winning a contest to find a killer's bones.

Near-victim Lucy, true crime fan Carolina, and psych student Maggie all have reasons for wanting to find the Cloudkiss Killer's remains, and when they team up and work together, it brings Lucy and Carolina closer...and puts all of them in danger.Get it from Bookshop or from your local indie bookstore via Indiebound.

You can also try the audiobook version through date: October 4What it's about: It's been five years since the release of Silvera's smash hit, They Both Die at the End, and now he's back with a prequel that takes readers back to the night before Death-Cast ever began.

Orion and Valentino each have their own reasons for signing up for the death-predicating service, but when only one of them gets the call, they make the impossible decision to spend the day together anyway, knowing they'll be crushed by the end of it. (Of course, so will readers, but that's half the fun of an Adam Silvera book, isn't it?) Get it from Bookshop or from your local indie bookstore via Indiebound.

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