11 books with bisexual representation for bi visibility week!

Hello, and happy Tuesday! As you may or may not have known, we are coming close to the end of bi visibility week, with bisexual visibility day on Thursday the 23rd.

To celebrate that, I’ve made a post of eleven books with amazing bi rep!! I have fantasy, contemporary, and more, and I’m so excited to share these eleven books that all mean the world to me. So, let’s get into the post!!

Hani and Ishu’s Guide to Fake Dating, by Adiba Jaigirdar

Hani, one of two main characters in Hani and Ishu’s Guide to Fake Dating is an adorable Bengali-Muslim bisexual girl, and I love her so, so much. Hani’s parents are so supportive which is just amazing (and painfully rare) to read about in books, and it is overall just an incredible novel, with amazing rep.

Some Girls Do, by Jennifer Dugan

Some Girls Do has two main characters, one of whom is a closeted bisexual girl named Ruby who spends her time fixing up her old car, who’s life is unexpectedly turned upside down when out and proud Morgan moves into her grade, after being forced to transfer from her catholic school for being gay.

The Henna Wars, by Adiba Jaigirdar

I will never stop talking about The Henna Wars because it is just so amazing. It’s a beautifully written book, and has such fantastic representation. The love interest, Flavia, is a Brazilian-Irish bisexual teenager who is just incredible, and is written so well.

The Priory of the Orange Tree, by Samantha Shannon

The Priory of the Orange Tree is a beautiful, expansive, and immersive fantasy that I love with all my heart. The book has amazing POC and LGBTQ+ representation, including the wonderful bisexual Queen Sabran Berethnet the ninth, queen of Innis.

Ever since I first read The Priory of the Orange Tree I’ve loved Sabran; she has such a wonderful character arc, and is an amazing queen!!

King of Scars, by Leigh Bardugo

Nina Zenik is one of my all time favorite fictional characters, so her being on of the main characters of the King of Scars duology just makes it that much better!! Nina is so powerful in all of the Grishaverse books, and I love seeing her story, along with all the others continuing in King of Scars.

King of Scars, like all the Grishaverse books, is overall an amazing high fantasy, and is one I will always recommend!!

Empress of the World, by Sara Ryan

I must admit that it has been a while since I read Empress of the World, but I really, really loved it!! The book is such a great telling of a girl discovering her identity, and figuring out who she is. It was also published in the early 2000s, so it was very much a rare book for it’s time.

The Gilded Wolves, by Roshani Chokshi

Enrique Mercado-Lopez, the all too relatable bisexual historian has really made the entire Gilded Wolves trilogy for me. He brings the right amount of humor, knowledge and sarcasm to the book series, and is overall so incredible!! The entire Gilded Wolves trilogy is fantastic, and if I had to choose one, I would say the series is my favorite of all time!!

This is also a perfect time to read The Gilded Wolves if you haven’t already, since the third and final book of the trilogy came out today!! Plus, there’s a sale on the ebook in apple books right now, so if you want a cheap option 👀

Six of Crows, by Leigh Bardugo

I talked about Nina Zenik and King of Scars before, but I have to shout out Nina Zenik and Jesper Fahey for being some of the first fictional bisexuals I ever read about. Six of Crows is a truly incredible novel, and the whole world of the Grishaverse is so beautiful.

The Hidden Oracle, by Rick Riordan

Apollo, the protagonist of the Trials of Apollo series is quite unique, and absolutely entertaining. The unapologetically bisexual ex-god and the trials he must face after his fall from Olympus make for one of the best book series I’ve read!!

Little & Lion, by Brandy Colbert

Little and Lion, by Brandy Colbert is a YA contemporary about a Jewish, black and bisexual teenage girl named Suzette, and her beautiful messy life. The book talks a lot about mental health, and because her brother Lionel has bipolar, we learn a lot about what it’s like for her to deal with that.

One Last Stop, by Casey McQuiston

One Last Stop is such an adorable and addictive romance. August, the main character is so lovable, and she is written so well!! She’s bi, but that’s not what the book centers around. It’s not about her sexuality, it’s about her and Jane, and their romance. I really loved reading it!!

Have you read any of these? What books with bi rep have you read? What characters do you relate to? Chat with me in the comments below!

10 thoughts on “11 books with bisexual representation for bi visibility week!

  1. I’ve read only Six Of Crows from your list but all the other books sound so amazing!
    King Of Scars has been sitting on my bookshelf for a while now so I hope to get to it soon. As for the Gilded Wolves trilogy, I am excited to read it after reading positive reviews on your blog!!
    Great list!

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    1. They all are so good!! If you liked Six of Crows, you’ll love king of scars! and i hope that when you get to the Gilded Wolves trilogy you love it!! it’s an incredible series!!

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    1. the gilded wolves is so good!! both of adiba jaigirdar’s books are fantastic, and have incredible rep; i hope you love them if you read them!! the same goes for six of crows; it’s such great fantasy!!


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