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* In the romance novel ''Unmasked by the Marquess'' (by Cat Sebastian), one of the main characters (Robin) is nonbinary.<ref name="Unmasked">{{Cite web |title=Behind the Book - Unmasked by the Marquess by Cat Sebastian |author=Sebastian, Cat |work=BookPage.com |date=17 April 2018 |access-date=15 September 2020 |url= https://bookpage.com/behind-the-book/22620-twist-trope-break-binary-find-true-love-romance}}</ref>
 
* In the romance novel ''Unmasked by the Marquess'' (by Cat Sebastian), one of the main characters (Robin) is nonbinary.<ref name="Unmasked">{{Cite web |title=Behind the Book - Unmasked by the Marquess by Cat Sebastian |author=Sebastian, Cat |work=BookPage.com |date=17 April 2018 |access-date=15 September 2020 |url= https://bookpage.com/behind-the-book/22620-twist-trope-break-binary-find-true-love-romance}}</ref>
 
* In ''What We Left Behind'' by Robin Talley, Toni is a genderqueer student at Harvard in a long-distance relationship.<ref name="Acree">{{Cite web |title=Robin Talley: Young love in a nonbinary world |author=Acree, Cat |work=BookPage.com |date=17 November 2015 |access-date=15 September 2020 |url= https://bookpage.com/interviews/19062-robin-talley-ya}}</ref>
 
* In ''What We Left Behind'' by Robin Talley, Toni is a genderqueer student at Harvard in a long-distance relationship.<ref name="Acree">{{Cite web |title=Robin Talley: Young love in a nonbinary world |author=Acree, Cat |work=BookPage.com |date=17 November 2015 |access-date=15 September 2020 |url= https://bookpage.com/interviews/19062-robin-talley-ya}}</ref>
* In the 2016 sci-fi thriller novel ''Zero-G: Book 1'' (by William Shatner and Jeff Rovin), Adsila Waters is described multiple times as "[[pan-gender]]" (used as both an adjective and a noun in the book). "He" and "she" pronouns are variously used for Adsila. Adsila is also able to shapeshift her [[sex|sex characteristics]] to accompany gender switches.
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* In the 2016 sci-fi thriller novel ''Zero-G: Book 1'' (by William Shatner and Jeff Rovin), Adsila Waters is described multiple times as "pan-gender" (used as both an adjective and a noun in the book). "He" and "she" pronouns are variously used for Adsila. Adsila is also able to shapeshift her [[sex|sex characteristics]] to accompany gender switches.
 
* In the fantasy-mystery novel ''The Last Smile in Sunder City'', by Luke Arnold, one of the side characters is "an ageless nonbinary demon historian".<ref name="SunderCity">{{Cite web |title=Book Review - The Last Smile in Sunder City by Luke Arnold |last=Cohen-Perez |first=Stephanie |work=BookPage.com |date=25 February 2020 |access-date=3 October 2020 |url= https://bookpage.com/reviews/24930-luke-arnold-last-smile-sunder-city-science-fiction-fantasy }}</ref>
 
* In the fantasy-mystery novel ''The Last Smile in Sunder City'', by Luke Arnold, one of the side characters is "an ageless nonbinary demon historian".<ref name="SunderCity">{{Cite web |title=Book Review - The Last Smile in Sunder City by Luke Arnold |last=Cohen-Perez |first=Stephanie |work=BookPage.com |date=25 February 2020 |access-date=3 October 2020 |url= https://bookpage.com/reviews/24930-luke-arnold-last-smile-sunder-city-science-fiction-fantasy }}</ref>
 
* ''Symptoms of Being Human'' stars Riley Cavanaugh, a closeted [[genderfluid]] teenager. The book text never uses a gendered pronoun for Riley and never discloses Riley's [[gender assigned at birth]].<ref name="Stewart">{{Cite web |title=Symptoms of Being Human - Book Review |last=Stewart |first=Darienne |work=commonsensemedia.org |date= |access-date=4 October 2020 |url= https://www.commonsensemedia.org/book-reviews/symptoms-of-being-human}}</ref> Note: the book has some possibly triggering subjects, including child abuse, transphobic violence, bullying, murder, and suicidal thoughts/attempts.<ref name="supe_Symp">{{Cite web |title=Symptoms Of Being Human Summary |author= |work=SuperSummary |date= |access-date=3 October 2020 |url= https://www.supersummary.com/symptoms-of-being-human/summary/}}</ref>
 
* ''Symptoms of Being Human'' stars Riley Cavanaugh, a closeted [[genderfluid]] teenager. The book text never uses a gendered pronoun for Riley and never discloses Riley's [[gender assigned at birth]].<ref name="Stewart">{{Cite web |title=Symptoms of Being Human - Book Review |last=Stewart |first=Darienne |work=commonsensemedia.org |date= |access-date=4 October 2020 |url= https://www.commonsensemedia.org/book-reviews/symptoms-of-being-human}}</ref> Note: the book has some possibly triggering subjects, including child abuse, transphobic violence, bullying, murder, and suicidal thoughts/attempts.<ref name="supe_Symp">{{Cite web |title=Symptoms Of Being Human Summary |author= |work=SuperSummary |date= |access-date=3 October 2020 |url= https://www.supersummary.com/symptoms-of-being-human/summary/}}</ref>

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