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2016 Rainbow Awards: Best Lesbian Contemporary General Fiction & Young Adult

And the Rainbow Award goes to:

1. Backcast by Ann McMan - Gender: Lesbian - Genre: Contemporary General Fiction
Paperback: 384 pages
Publisher: Bywater Books (December 8, 2015)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1612940633
ISBN-13: 978-1612940632
Amazon: Backcast
Amazon Kindle: Backcast

1) Ann's books are always pretty good. As usual, the storyline was great and the scenes flowed effortlessly. I found myself engrossed in the characters and enjoyed myself immensely.

2) I enjoyed this book by Ann McMan. I had to read it 2 times through as I found a lot going on and ALOT of characters.

3) Backcast is a masterpiece of plot weaving and thematic diversity. There are colorful, relatable and three-dimensional characters, and the author has a rare and refreshingly approachable writing style that makes this book so readable. I dare anyone not to shed a tear or two at “essays” 7, 10 and 12.

4) This imaginative author gives us a multi-dimensional story with interesting characters and a relatable story line all wrapped in a unique writing style. Highly recommended.

2. From Third to Home by Chris Paynter - Gender: Lesbian - Genre: Contemporary General Fiction
3. It Pours by C.D. Cain - Gender: Lesbian - Genre: Contemporary General Fiction




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