Your Lonely Nights Are Over

Written by:
Adam Sass

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
September 2023
9 hours 50 minutes
Scream meets Clueless in this YA horror from Adam Sass in which two gay teen BFFs find their friendship tested when a serial killer starts targeting their school’s Queer Club.

Dearie and Cole are inseparable, unlikeable, and (in bad luck for them) totally unbelievable.

From the day they met, Dearie and Cole have been two against the world. But whenever something bad happens at Stone Grove High School, they get blamed. Why? They’re beautiful, flirtatious, dangerously clever queen bees, and they’re always ready to call out their fellow students. But they’ve never faced a bigger threat than surviving senior year, when Mr. Sandman, a famous, never-caught serial killer emerges from a long retirement—and his hunting ground is their school Queer Club.

As evidence and bodies begin piling up and suspicion points at Dearie and Cole, they will need to do whatever it takes to unmask the real killer before they and the rest of Queer Club are taken down. But they’re not getting away from the killer without a fight.

Along the way, they must confront dark truths hidden beneath the surface of their small desert community. When the world is stacked against them and every flop they know is a suspect, can Dearie and Cole stop Mr. Sandman’s rampage? Or will their lonely nights soon be over . . .
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Alicia E.

Like many people, I loved reading as a kid and, after failing to make time for it for years, have a hard time getting myself to read (or even listen to audiobooks) as an adult. I bought this audiobook after listening to Adam’s appearance on the My Bloody Judy podcast, and I hit play at the start of a deep cleaning session while preparing for guests. Eight-ish hours later, my heart was warmed and my house was pretty damn clean. It’s been four weeks since then, and I am about to finish my 5th listen. I haven’t been able to finish a book or audiobook in years, but there is something so visceral and authentic about Adam’s writing. I genuinely don’t know if I’ve ever read (heard) characters as well-written as Cole and Dearie—the same goes for all of the characters, really. I imagine that most (if not all) readers will quickly find themselves identifying with one of the main protagonists and looking out for the other (self-proclaimed Dearie checking in!) Your Lonely Nights Are Over is such an honest and beautiful portrayal of queer friendship and coming of age, and you’ll be pleased to find it absent all the worst clichés that can come with those stories. And don’t be mistaken—it’s a damn good time.

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