The Fries Test for fiction asks:

Does a work have more than one disabled character? Do the disabled characters have their own narrative purpose other than the education and profit of a nondisabled character? Is the character’s disability not eradicated either by curing or killing?

I’m putting together a list of book-length fictional works written for adults with a disabled main character and at least one other significant character. Any genre. Please add your suggestions below. I will maintain the list. As time permits I’ll add very brief descriptions of each book or series.

I am not necessarily recommending these books, because I haven’t read them all. For that reason, if you think a book doesn’t qualify for this list please let me know by leaving an explanatory comment.