Amnesty

Amnesty

The revolution has come and gone, with Amberlough City striving to rebuild itself from the ashes. The Ospies have been ousted, and the very face of the nation has been changed in the process. Now, a rising politician is determined to bring Amberlough?s traitors to justice. Including double agent Cyril DePaul. Everyone believes Cyril deserves to suffer for his crimes... except The revolution has come and gone, with Amberlough City striving to rebuild itself from the ashes. The Ospie...

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Title:Amnesty
Author:Lara Elena Donnelly
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Genres:Fantasy
ISBN:Amnesty
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:384 pages pages

Amnesty Reviews

  • Stephanie
    Apr 26, 2019

    I need this thanks series reviews: Amberlough | Armistice | Amnesty ...

    Received an Advanced Reader Copy from Netgalley in exchange for an open and honest review. Reading this makes me wish I had my hair up, lipstick on, and double martini in hand while classy music plays in the background. I am sitting on a leather sofa in the library with rain patte...

    Aaaaaaggghhh I love it and need more how can it be done noooo aaagghhh whyyyyy. You can see the full review on my dumb blog here. If you haven?t read Amberlough and Armistice, you should. You really should. In fact, why don?t you do that. Go ahead, I?ll wait. Did you re...

    Re-read 13.04.2019 (view spoiler)[ I still rased back home each night to read this book as though I didn't know what was going to happen! I re-read Amnesty for the second time so I could savour it more. I felt like the last time I read I rushed through needing to know if there was a ...

    Well. This trilogy is now over. I must say that after finishing this book I am feeling rather underwhelmed. This book has some heart warming and and heart breaking moments. Revalations and reunions that were long sort after. But I also felt like the author played it safe. The stakes ...

    A satisfying end to a fantastic series. Can't wait for five years to pass so that I can drag together enough emotional resilience to survive reading all three back-to-back! ...

    Absolutely amazing. I wish I could erase my memory and experience this greatness all over again. ...

    I read this book courtesy of NetGalley, in exchange for a review. I didn't think this would happen, but at its (presumed) end, the world of Amberlough has grown on me, at long last. The third volume was the first that I really emotionally connected with. First things first: I di...

    Have you ever read a book and wondered what happened after the revolution? How the characters coped with the aftermath once the dust had settled? What was the cost? Amnesty is that book, with the revolution having come and gone in the five years between Armistice and Amnesty. Donnelly ...

    OOO LA LAAAA! THIS COVER IS FORKIN' GORGEOUS!! ...

    ?Small lies. Do you promise?? ...

  • Sara Norja
    Jun 11, 2019

    I need this thanks series reviews: Amberlough | Armistice | Amnesty ...

    Received an Advanced Reader Copy from Netgalley in exchange for an open and honest review. Reading this makes me wish I had my hair up, lipstick on, and double martini in hand while classy music plays in the background. I am sitting on a leather sofa in the library with rain patte...

    Aaaaaaggghhh I love it and need more how can it be done noooo aaagghhh whyyyyy. You can see the full review on my dumb blog here. If you haven?t read Amberlough and Armistice, you should. You really should. In fact, why don?t you do that. Go ahead, I?ll wait. Did you re...

    Re-read 13.04.2019 (view spoiler)[ I still rased back home each night to read this book as though I didn't know what was going to happen! I re-read Amnesty for the second time so I could savour it more. I felt like the last time I read I rushed through needing to know if there was a ...

    Well. This trilogy is now over. I must say that after finishing this book I am feeling rather underwhelmed. This book has some heart warming and and heart breaking moments. Revalations and reunions that were long sort after. But I also felt like the author played it safe. The stakes ...

    A satisfying end to a fantastic series. Can't wait for five years to pass so that I can drag together enough emotional resilience to survive reading all three back-to-back! ...

    Absolutely amazing. I wish I could erase my memory and experience this greatness all over again. ...

    I read this book courtesy of NetGalley, in exchange for a review. I didn't think this would happen, but at its (presumed) end, the world of Amberlough has grown on me, at long last. The third volume was the first that I really emotionally connected with. First things first: I di...

    Have you ever read a book and wondered what happened after the revolution? How the characters coped with the aftermath once the dust had settled? What was the cost? Amnesty is that book, with the revolution having come and gone in the five years between Armistice and Amnesty. Donnelly ...

    OOO LA LAAAA! THIS COVER IS FORKIN' GORGEOUS!! ...

    ?Small lies. Do you promise?? ...

    Thank you to netgalley and Tor for the e-arc! What a series! It's been quite some time that I've binged a series with such enthusiasm. The way this series is told has beats unlike other novels I've read, and it kept this series feeling fresh with each new book. Characters ...

    Amnesty is the final book in the queer, no-magic fantasy trilogy that started with Amberlough. I highly recommend that you read this series in order! The rest of my review will contain spoilers for the previous books. Amnesty begins with a time-skip in which the Ospies have been ove...

    ?I?m not the man I used to be, Aristide.? ?Darling, you never were. Neither was I.? [loc. 5229] Five years after the events of Armistice , eight years after the events of Amberlough : the leader of the One State Party has been assassinated, but the new memorial on Temp...

    I love these horrible people so much. I think this one is the slowest of the series, and that may not be something other people like. I found the ending very satisfying and so beautifully open for possibility for all of the characters. This was the end of the story, but not THEIR st...

    ?Anything can happen. I don?t try to predict it anymore; I just try to be ready when the dice come down where they do.? 4.5 It?s been a couple of days since I finished this book and I?m still too shaken to write a proper review of it, so I?m saving whatever scattered ...

    This last foray into the city of Amberlough was a bittersweet culmination of all that went before. Aristide is back and as acerbic and vulnerable as ever, and we finally get to see Cyril again. Like Ari, I was saddened and angry and devastated at how damaged Cyril has become in the ter...

    What a lovely ending to the trilogy. I love fiction that explores the consequences of past actions, and that's what Amnesty is all about. The characters were the main focus in this instalment, and ohhh of course there are so many characters to love (and be frustrated at :D) here. And t...

  • Tanya
    May 31, 2019

    I need this thanks series reviews: Amberlough | Armistice | Amnesty ...

    Received an Advanced Reader Copy from Netgalley in exchange for an open and honest review. Reading this makes me wish I had my hair up, lipstick on, and double martini in hand while classy music plays in the background. I am sitting on a leather sofa in the library with rain patte...

    Aaaaaaggghhh I love it and need more how can it be done noooo aaagghhh whyyyyy. You can see the full review on my dumb blog here. If you haven?t read Amberlough and Armistice, you should. You really should. In fact, why don?t you do that. Go ahead, I?ll wait. Did you re...

    Re-read 13.04.2019 (view spoiler)[ I still rased back home each night to read this book as though I didn't know what was going to happen! I re-read Amnesty for the second time so I could savour it more. I felt like the last time I read I rushed through needing to know if there was a ...

    Well. This trilogy is now over. I must say that after finishing this book I am feeling rather underwhelmed. This book has some heart warming and and heart breaking moments. Revalations and reunions that were long sort after. But I also felt like the author played it safe. The stakes ...

    A satisfying end to a fantastic series. Can't wait for five years to pass so that I can drag together enough emotional resilience to survive reading all three back-to-back! ...

    Absolutely amazing. I wish I could erase my memory and experience this greatness all over again. ...

    I read this book courtesy of NetGalley, in exchange for a review. I didn't think this would happen, but at its (presumed) end, the world of Amberlough has grown on me, at long last. The third volume was the first that I really emotionally connected with. First things first: I di...

    Have you ever read a book and wondered what happened after the revolution? How the characters coped with the aftermath once the dust had settled? What was the cost? Amnesty is that book, with the revolution having come and gone in the five years between Armistice and Amnesty. Donnelly ...

    OOO LA LAAAA! THIS COVER IS FORKIN' GORGEOUS!! ...

    ?Small lies. Do you promise?? ...

    Thank you to netgalley and Tor for the e-arc! What a series! It's been quite some time that I've binged a series with such enthusiasm. The way this series is told has beats unlike other novels I've read, and it kept this series feeling fresh with each new book. Characters ...

    Amnesty is the final book in the queer, no-magic fantasy trilogy that started with Amberlough. I highly recommend that you read this series in order! The rest of my review will contain spoilers for the previous books. Amnesty begins with a time-skip in which the Ospies have been ove...

    ?I?m not the man I used to be, Aristide.? ?Darling, you never were. Neither was I.? [loc. 5229] Five years after the events of Armistice , eight years after the events of Amberlough : the leader of the One State Party has been assassinated, but the new memorial on Temp...

  • Abi Walton
    Feb 23, 2019

    I need this thanks series reviews: Amberlough | Armistice | Amnesty ...

    Received an Advanced Reader Copy from Netgalley in exchange for an open and honest review. Reading this makes me wish I had my hair up, lipstick on, and double martini in hand while classy music plays in the background. I am sitting on a leather sofa in the library with rain patte...

    Aaaaaaggghhh I love it and need more how can it be done noooo aaagghhh whyyyyy. You can see the full review on my dumb blog here. If you haven?t read Amberlough and Armistice, you should. You really should. In fact, why don?t you do that. Go ahead, I?ll wait. Did you re...

    Re-read 13.04.2019 (view spoiler)[ I still rased back home each night to read this book as though I didn't know what was going to happen! I re-read Amnesty for the second time so I could savour it more. I felt like the last time I read I rushed through needing to know if there was a ...

  • Leseparatist
    Apr 20, 2019

    I need this thanks series reviews: Amberlough | Armistice | Amnesty ...

    Received an Advanced Reader Copy from Netgalley in exchange for an open and honest review. Reading this makes me wish I had my hair up, lipstick on, and double martini in hand while classy music plays in the background. I am sitting on a leather sofa in the library with rain patte...

    Aaaaaaggghhh I love it and need more how can it be done noooo aaagghhh whyyyyy. You can see the full review on my dumb blog here. If you haven?t read Amberlough and Armistice, you should. You really should. In fact, why don?t you do that. Go ahead, I?ll wait. Did you re...

    Re-read 13.04.2019 (view spoiler)[ I still rased back home each night to read this book as though I didn't know what was going to happen! I re-read Amnesty for the second time so I could savour it more. I felt like the last time I read I rushed through needing to know if there was a ...

    Well. This trilogy is now over. I must say that after finishing this book I am feeling rather underwhelmed. This book has some heart warming and and heart breaking moments. Revalations and reunions that were long sort after. But I also felt like the author played it safe. The stakes ...

    A satisfying end to a fantastic series. Can't wait for five years to pass so that I can drag together enough emotional resilience to survive reading all three back-to-back! ...

    Absolutely amazing. I wish I could erase my memory and experience this greatness all over again. ...

    I read this book courtesy of NetGalley, in exchange for a review. I didn't think this would happen, but at its (presumed) end, the world of Amberlough has grown on me, at long last. The third volume was the first that I really emotionally connected with. First things first: I di...

  • marcia
    May 23, 2019

    I need this thanks series reviews: Amberlough | Armistice | Amnesty ...

    Received an Advanced Reader Copy from Netgalley in exchange for an open and honest review. Reading this makes me wish I had my hair up, lipstick on, and double martini in hand while classy music plays in the background. I am sitting on a leather sofa in the library with rain patte...

    Aaaaaaggghhh I love it and need more how can it be done noooo aaagghhh whyyyyy. You can see the full review on my dumb blog here. If you haven?t read Amberlough and Armistice, you should. You really should. In fact, why don?t you do that. Go ahead, I?ll wait. Did you re...

    Re-read 13.04.2019 (view spoiler)[ I still rased back home each night to read this book as though I didn't know what was going to happen! I re-read Amnesty for the second time so I could savour it more. I felt like the last time I read I rushed through needing to know if there was a ...

    Well. This trilogy is now over. I must say that after finishing this book I am feeling rather underwhelmed. This book has some heart warming and and heart breaking moments. Revalations and reunions that were long sort after. But I also felt like the author played it safe. The stakes ...

    A satisfying end to a fantastic series. Can't wait for five years to pass so that I can drag together enough emotional resilience to survive reading all three back-to-back! ...

    Absolutely amazing. I wish I could erase my memory and experience this greatness all over again. ...

    I read this book courtesy of NetGalley, in exchange for a review. I didn't think this would happen, but at its (presumed) end, the world of Amberlough has grown on me, at long last. The third volume was the first that I really emotionally connected with. First things first: I di...

    Have you ever read a book and wondered what happened after the revolution? How the characters coped with the aftermath once the dust had settled? What was the cost? Amnesty is that book, with the revolution having come and gone in the five years between Armistice and Amnesty. Donnelly ...

    OOO LA LAAAA! THIS COVER IS FORKIN' GORGEOUS!! ...

    ?Small lies. Do you promise?? ...

    Thank you to netgalley and Tor for the e-arc! What a series! It's been quite some time that I've binged a series with such enthusiasm. The way this series is told has beats unlike other novels I've read, and it kept this series feeling fresh with each new book. Characters ...

    Amnesty is the final book in the queer, no-magic fantasy trilogy that started with Amberlough. I highly recommend that you read this series in order! The rest of my review will contain spoilers for the previous books. Amnesty begins with a time-skip in which the Ospies have been ove...

    ?I?m not the man I used to be, Aristide.? ?Darling, you never were. Neither was I.? [loc. 5229] Five years after the events of Armistice , eight years after the events of Amberlough : the leader of the One State Party has been assassinated, but the new memorial on Temp...

    I love these horrible people so much. I think this one is the slowest of the series, and that may not be something other people like. I found the ending very satisfying and so beautifully open for possibility for all of the characters. This was the end of the story, but not THEIR st...

    ?Anything can happen. I don?t try to predict it anymore; I just try to be ready when the dice come down where they do.? 4.5 It?s been a couple of days since I finished this book and I?m still too shaken to write a proper review of it, so I?m saving whatever scattered ...

    This last foray into the city of Amberlough was a bittersweet culmination of all that went before. Aristide is back and as acerbic and vulnerable as ever, and we finally get to see Cyril again. Like Ari, I was saddened and angry and devastated at how damaged Cyril has become in the ter...

    What a lovely ending to the trilogy. I love fiction that explores the consequences of past actions, and that's what Amnesty is all about. The characters were the main focus in this instalment, and ohhh of course there are so many characters to love (and be frustrated at :D) here. And t...

    Amnesty looked promising but, unfortunately, the story didn't intrest me like I thought it would. I skimmed through this one. Thanks to NetGalley for an arc in exchange for an honest review. ...

    Not as captivating as Amberlough or Armistice, but a satisfying conclusion nonetheless. I just adore these characters and I hold this series very close to my heart. Can't wait to see what Lara Elena Donnelly does next. ...

  • Megan Fennell
    May 08, 2019

    I need this thanks series reviews: Amberlough | Armistice | Amnesty ...

    Received an Advanced Reader Copy from Netgalley in exchange for an open and honest review. Reading this makes me wish I had my hair up, lipstick on, and double martini in hand while classy music plays in the background. I am sitting on a leather sofa in the library with rain patte...

    Aaaaaaggghhh I love it and need more how can it be done noooo aaagghhh whyyyyy. You can see the full review on my dumb blog here. If you haven?t read Amberlough and Armistice, you should. You really should. In fact, why don?t you do that. Go ahead, I?ll wait. Did you re...

    Re-read 13.04.2019 (view spoiler)[ I still rased back home each night to read this book as though I didn't know what was going to happen! I re-read Amnesty for the second time so I could savour it more. I felt like the last time I read I rushed through needing to know if there was a ...

    Well. This trilogy is now over. I must say that after finishing this book I am feeling rather underwhelmed. This book has some heart warming and and heart breaking moments. Revalations and reunions that were long sort after. But I also felt like the author played it safe. The stakes ...

    A satisfying end to a fantastic series. Can't wait for five years to pass so that I can drag together enough emotional resilience to survive reading all three back-to-back! ...

    Absolutely amazing. I wish I could erase my memory and experience this greatness all over again. ...

    I read this book courtesy of NetGalley, in exchange for a review. I didn't think this would happen, but at its (presumed) end, the world of Amberlough has grown on me, at long last. The third volume was the first that I really emotionally connected with. First things first: I di...

    Have you ever read a book and wondered what happened after the revolution? How the characters coped with the aftermath once the dust had settled? What was the cost? Amnesty is that book, with the revolution having come and gone in the five years between Armistice and Amnesty. Donnelly ...

    OOO LA LAAAA! THIS COVER IS FORKIN' GORGEOUS!! ...

    ?Small lies. Do you promise?? ...

    Thank you to netgalley and Tor for the e-arc! What a series! It's been quite some time that I've binged a series with such enthusiasm. The way this series is told has beats unlike other novels I've read, and it kept this series feeling fresh with each new book. Characters ...

    Amnesty is the final book in the queer, no-magic fantasy trilogy that started with Amberlough. I highly recommend that you read this series in order! The rest of my review will contain spoilers for the previous books. Amnesty begins with a time-skip in which the Ospies have been ove...

    ?I?m not the man I used to be, Aristide.? ?Darling, you never were. Neither was I.? [loc. 5229] Five years after the events of Armistice , eight years after the events of Amberlough : the leader of the One State Party has been assassinated, but the new memorial on Temp...

    I love these horrible people so much. I think this one is the slowest of the series, and that may not be something other people like. I found the ending very satisfying and so beautifully open for possibility for all of the characters. This was the end of the story, but not THEIR st...

    ?Anything can happen. I don?t try to predict it anymore; I just try to be ready when the dice come down where they do.? 4.5 It?s been a couple of days since I finished this book and I?m still too shaken to write a proper review of it, so I?m saving whatever scattered ...

    This last foray into the city of Amberlough was a bittersweet culmination of all that went before. Aristide is back and as acerbic and vulnerable as ever, and we finally get to see Cyril again. Like Ari, I was saddened and angry and devastated at how damaged Cyril has become in the ter...

    What a lovely ending to the trilogy. I love fiction that explores the consequences of past actions, and that's what Amnesty is all about. The characters were the main focus in this instalment, and ohhh of course there are so many characters to love (and be frustrated at :D) here. And t...

    Amnesty looked promising but, unfortunately, the story didn't intrest me like I thought it would. I skimmed through this one. Thanks to NetGalley for an arc in exchange for an honest review. ...

    Not as captivating as Amberlough or Armistice, but a satisfying conclusion nonetheless. I just adore these characters and I hold this series very close to my heart. Can't wait to see what Lara Elena Donnelly does next. ...

    I'm going to preface my review by saying that I wanted to read this book so desperately that, when it became apparent my pre-order of the physical copy would not be arriving on time.... I ordered a kindle copy so I could read it the day of release. I was that excited for it. Although t...

    Queer Content: Plot relevent, well written, not erotic or fetishy. So much representation but feels natural and normal and very good. This book broke my heart, hard. Firstly, I'm amazed at Donnelly's ability to string the reader along in the best possible way. A few little tastes o...

    It definitely wasn?t the action-packed, dramatic conclusion I was expecting but I?m still pleasantly surprised by the amount of development these characters have in what is the final stand before these characters can have happiness. Cyril, Lillian and Aristide all change significan...

    Amnesty is a smart mix of family drama and political prowess, detailing a world where past wars are still present in the dilapidated halls of bygone mansions. The storytelling feels old school in the best way, reminiscent of Evelyn Waugh and the early twentieth century novel. It?s a ...

    UPDATE: yeah, it deserves 5 stars. This whole trilogy deserves 20 stars. I loved Amberlough, and nothing could?ve prepared me for the ending. It?s by far the best book in the trilogy and probably one of my favorites I?ve ever read. The ending made me so anxious for the second ...

    A fitting end to Lara's debut series. The revolution was a success, but that doesn?t mean it?s time for happily ever after? When Armistice left off, our exiled heroes had concocted a dangerous plan to topple the fascist government that had taken over their homeland. Amnesty sk...

    Well, that was really good. Both as a book and as the final instalment of the Amberlough Dossier. I?m not going to say it was easy ? of course it was a page-turner, but reading about everyone?s hardships (Cyril especially. He?s been through so much, my poor baby). It?s been ...

    DAMMIT, LARA. I already know I'm going to reread this someday, because I need to listen to the audiobook, and I know I no longer have the "need to reread the previous one" excuse, but listen, I just need to. What do I even say?? I've never come out of one of these books feeling ...

    I actually finished this book two days after the release date and have been trying to come up with The Perfect Review because I need more people to read this book. Read all three of these books! This author is just a treasure. Style, world-building, characters, pacing, emotional impact...

  • Ashley
    Jan 16, 2019

    I need this thanks series reviews: Amberlough | Armistice | Amnesty ...

    Received an Advanced Reader Copy from Netgalley in exchange for an open and honest review. Reading this makes me wish I had my hair up, lipstick on, and double martini in hand while classy music plays in the background. I am sitting on a leather sofa in the library with rain patte...

    Aaaaaaggghhh I love it and need more how can it be done noooo aaagghhh whyyyyy. You can see the full review on my dumb blog here. If you haven?t read Amberlough and Armistice, you should. You really should. In fact, why don?t you do that. Go ahead, I?ll wait. Did you re...

  • Kate
    Apr 21, 2019

    I need this thanks series reviews: Amberlough | Armistice | Amnesty ...

    Received an Advanced Reader Copy from Netgalley in exchange for an open and honest review. Reading this makes me wish I had my hair up, lipstick on, and double martini in hand while classy music plays in the background. I am sitting on a leather sofa in the library with rain patte...

    Aaaaaaggghhh I love it and need more how can it be done noooo aaagghhh whyyyyy. You can see the full review on my dumb blog here. If you haven?t read Amberlough and Armistice, you should. You really should. In fact, why don?t you do that. Go ahead, I?ll wait. Did you re...

    Re-read 13.04.2019 (view spoiler)[ I still rased back home each night to read this book as though I didn't know what was going to happen! I re-read Amnesty for the second time so I could savour it more. I felt like the last time I read I rushed through needing to know if there was a ...

    Well. This trilogy is now over. I must say that after finishing this book I am feeling rather underwhelmed. This book has some heart warming and and heart breaking moments. Revalations and reunions that were long sort after. But I also felt like the author played it safe. The stakes ...

    A satisfying end to a fantastic series. Can't wait for five years to pass so that I can drag together enough emotional resilience to survive reading all three back-to-back! ...

    Absolutely amazing. I wish I could erase my memory and experience this greatness all over again. ...

    I read this book courtesy of NetGalley, in exchange for a review. I didn't think this would happen, but at its (presumed) end, the world of Amberlough has grown on me, at long last. The third volume was the first that I really emotionally connected with. First things first: I di...

    Have you ever read a book and wondered what happened after the revolution? How the characters coped with the aftermath once the dust had settled? What was the cost? Amnesty is that book, with the revolution having come and gone in the five years between Armistice and Amnesty. Donnelly ...

    OOO LA LAAAA! THIS COVER IS FORKIN' GORGEOUS!! ...

    ?Small lies. Do you promise?? ...

    Thank you to netgalley and Tor for the e-arc! What a series! It's been quite some time that I've binged a series with such enthusiasm. The way this series is told has beats unlike other novels I've read, and it kept this series feeling fresh with each new book. Characters ...

    Amnesty is the final book in the queer, no-magic fantasy trilogy that started with Amberlough. I highly recommend that you read this series in order! The rest of my review will contain spoilers for the previous books. Amnesty begins with a time-skip in which the Ospies have been ove...

    ?I?m not the man I used to be, Aristide.? ?Darling, you never were. Neither was I.? [loc. 5229] Five years after the events of Armistice , eight years after the events of Amberlough : the leader of the One State Party has been assassinated, but the new memorial on Temp...

    I love these horrible people so much. I think this one is the slowest of the series, and that may not be something other people like. I found the ending very satisfying and so beautifully open for possibility for all of the characters. This was the end of the story, but not THEIR st...

    ?Anything can happen. I don?t try to predict it anymore; I just try to be ready when the dice come down where they do.? 4.5 It?s been a couple of days since I finished this book and I?m still too shaken to write a proper review of it, so I?m saving whatever scattered ...

    This last foray into the city of Amberlough was a bittersweet culmination of all that went before. Aristide is back and as acerbic and vulnerable as ever, and we finally get to see Cyril again. Like Ari, I was saddened and angry and devastated at how damaged Cyril has become in the ter...

    What a lovely ending to the trilogy. I love fiction that explores the consequences of past actions, and that's what Amnesty is all about. The characters were the main focus in this instalment, and ohhh of course there are so many characters to love (and be frustrated at :D) here. And t...

    Amnesty looked promising but, unfortunately, the story didn't intrest me like I thought it would. I skimmed through this one. Thanks to NetGalley for an arc in exchange for an honest review. ...

    Not as captivating as Amberlough or Armistice, but a satisfying conclusion nonetheless. I just adore these characters and I hold this series very close to my heart. Can't wait to see what Lara Elena Donnelly does next. ...

    I'm going to preface my review by saying that I wanted to read this book so desperately that, when it became apparent my pre-order of the physical copy would not be arriving on time.... I ordered a kindle copy so I could read it the day of release. I was that excited for it. Although t...

    Queer Content: Plot relevent, well written, not erotic or fetishy. So much representation but feels natural and normal and very good. This book broke my heart, hard. Firstly, I'm amazed at Donnelly's ability to string the reader along in the best possible way. A few little tastes o...

    It definitely wasn?t the action-packed, dramatic conclusion I was expecting but I?m still pleasantly surprised by the amount of development these characters have in what is the final stand before these characters can have happiness. Cyril, Lillian and Aristide all change significan...

    Amnesty is a smart mix of family drama and political prowess, detailing a world where past wars are still present in the dilapidated halls of bygone mansions. The storytelling feels old school in the best way, reminiscent of Evelyn Waugh and the early twentieth century novel. It?s a ...

    UPDATE: yeah, it deserves 5 stars. This whole trilogy deserves 20 stars. I loved Amberlough, and nothing could?ve prepared me for the ending. It?s by far the best book in the trilogy and probably one of my favorites I?ve ever read. The ending made me so anxious for the second ...

    A fitting end to Lara's debut series. The revolution was a success, but that doesn?t mean it?s time for happily ever after? When Armistice left off, our exiled heroes had concocted a dangerous plan to topple the fascist government that had taken over their homeland. Amnesty sk...

    Well, that was really good. Both as a book and as the final instalment of the Amberlough Dossier. I?m not going to say it was easy ? of course it was a page-turner, but reading about everyone?s hardships (Cyril especially. He?s been through so much, my poor baby). It?s been ...

    DAMMIT, LARA. I already know I'm going to reread this someday, because I need to listen to the audiobook, and I know I no longer have the "need to reread the previous one" excuse, but listen, I just need to. What do I even say?? I've never come out of one of these books feeling ...

    I actually finished this book two days after the release date and have been trying to come up with The Perfect Review because I need more people to read this book. Read all three of these books! This author is just a treasure. Style, world-building, characters, pacing, emotional impact...

    Solid and surprising end to one of my favorite trilogies This book gave me so many FEELINGS. The whole thing played out like a movie in my head and I was gripped with fear and anticipation until the very end. I have utterly adored this trilogy since AMBERLOUGH came out and though I ...

  • Anouk
    Jun 04, 2019

    I need this thanks series reviews: Amberlough | Armistice | Amnesty ...

    Received an Advanced Reader Copy from Netgalley in exchange for an open and honest review. Reading this makes me wish I had my hair up, lipstick on, and double martini in hand while classy music plays in the background. I am sitting on a leather sofa in the library with rain patte...

    Aaaaaaggghhh I love it and need more how can it be done noooo aaagghhh whyyyyy. You can see the full review on my dumb blog here. If you haven?t read Amberlough and Armistice, you should. You really should. In fact, why don?t you do that. Go ahead, I?ll wait. Did you re...

    Re-read 13.04.2019 (view spoiler)[ I still rased back home each night to read this book as though I didn't know what was going to happen! I re-read Amnesty for the second time so I could savour it more. I felt like the last time I read I rushed through needing to know if there was a ...

    Well. This trilogy is now over. I must say that after finishing this book I am feeling rather underwhelmed. This book has some heart warming and and heart breaking moments. Revalations and reunions that were long sort after. But I also felt like the author played it safe. The stakes ...

    A satisfying end to a fantastic series. Can't wait for five years to pass so that I can drag together enough emotional resilience to survive reading all three back-to-back! ...

    Absolutely amazing. I wish I could erase my memory and experience this greatness all over again. ...

    I read this book courtesy of NetGalley, in exchange for a review. I didn't think this would happen, but at its (presumed) end, the world of Amberlough has grown on me, at long last. The third volume was the first that I really emotionally connected with. First things first: I di...

    Have you ever read a book and wondered what happened after the revolution? How the characters coped with the aftermath once the dust had settled? What was the cost? Amnesty is that book, with the revolution having come and gone in the five years between Armistice and Amnesty. Donnelly ...

    OOO LA LAAAA! THIS COVER IS FORKIN' GORGEOUS!! ...

    ?Small lies. Do you promise?? ...

    Thank you to netgalley and Tor for the e-arc! What a series! It's been quite some time that I've binged a series with such enthusiasm. The way this series is told has beats unlike other novels I've read, and it kept this series feeling fresh with each new book. Characters ...

    Amnesty is the final book in the queer, no-magic fantasy trilogy that started with Amberlough. I highly recommend that you read this series in order! The rest of my review will contain spoilers for the previous books. Amnesty begins with a time-skip in which the Ospies have been ove...

    ?I?m not the man I used to be, Aristide.? ?Darling, you never were. Neither was I.? [loc. 5229] Five years after the events of Armistice , eight years after the events of Amberlough : the leader of the One State Party has been assassinated, but the new memorial on Temp...

    I love these horrible people so much. I think this one is the slowest of the series, and that may not be something other people like. I found the ending very satisfying and so beautifully open for possibility for all of the characters. This was the end of the story, but not THEIR st...

    ?Anything can happen. I don?t try to predict it anymore; I just try to be ready when the dice come down where they do.? 4.5 It?s been a couple of days since I finished this book and I?m still too shaken to write a proper review of it, so I?m saving whatever scattered ...

  • Julia O'Connell
    May 08, 2019

    I need this thanks series reviews: Amberlough | Armistice | Amnesty ...

    Received an Advanced Reader Copy from Netgalley in exchange for an open and honest review. Reading this makes me wish I had my hair up, lipstick on, and double martini in hand while classy music plays in the background. I am sitting on a leather sofa in the library with rain patte...

    Aaaaaaggghhh I love it and need more how can it be done noooo aaagghhh whyyyyy. You can see the full review on my dumb blog here. If you haven?t read Amberlough and Armistice, you should. You really should. In fact, why don?t you do that. Go ahead, I?ll wait. Did you re...

    Re-read 13.04.2019 (view spoiler)[ I still rased back home each night to read this book as though I didn't know what was going to happen! I re-read Amnesty for the second time so I could savour it more. I felt like the last time I read I rushed through needing to know if there was a ...

    Well. This trilogy is now over. I must say that after finishing this book I am feeling rather underwhelmed. This book has some heart warming and and heart breaking moments. Revalations and reunions that were long sort after. But I also felt like the author played it safe. The stakes ...

    A satisfying end to a fantastic series. Can't wait for five years to pass so that I can drag together enough emotional resilience to survive reading all three back-to-back! ...

    Absolutely amazing. I wish I could erase my memory and experience this greatness all over again. ...

    I read this book courtesy of NetGalley, in exchange for a review. I didn't think this would happen, but at its (presumed) end, the world of Amberlough has grown on me, at long last. The third volume was the first that I really emotionally connected with. First things first: I di...

    Have you ever read a book and wondered what happened after the revolution? How the characters coped with the aftermath once the dust had settled? What was the cost? Amnesty is that book, with the revolution having come and gone in the five years between Armistice and Amnesty. Donnelly ...

    OOO LA LAAAA! THIS COVER IS FORKIN' GORGEOUS!! ...

    ?Small lies. Do you promise?? ...

    Thank you to netgalley and Tor for the e-arc! What a series! It's been quite some time that I've binged a series with such enthusiasm. The way this series is told has beats unlike other novels I've read, and it kept this series feeling fresh with each new book. Characters ...

    Amnesty is the final book in the queer, no-magic fantasy trilogy that started with Amberlough. I highly recommend that you read this series in order! The rest of my review will contain spoilers for the previous books. Amnesty begins with a time-skip in which the Ospies have been ove...

    ?I?m not the man I used to be, Aristide.? ?Darling, you never were. Neither was I.? [loc. 5229] Five years after the events of Armistice , eight years after the events of Amberlough : the leader of the One State Party has been assassinated, but the new memorial on Temp...

    I love these horrible people so much. I think this one is the slowest of the series, and that may not be something other people like. I found the ending very satisfying and so beautifully open for possibility for all of the characters. This was the end of the story, but not THEIR st...

    ?Anything can happen. I don?t try to predict it anymore; I just try to be ready when the dice come down where they do.? 4.5 It?s been a couple of days since I finished this book and I?m still too shaken to write a proper review of it, so I?m saving whatever scattered ...

    This last foray into the city of Amberlough was a bittersweet culmination of all that went before. Aristide is back and as acerbic and vulnerable as ever, and we finally get to see Cyril again. Like Ari, I was saddened and angry and devastated at how damaged Cyril has become in the ter...

    What a lovely ending to the trilogy. I love fiction that explores the consequences of past actions, and that's what Amnesty is all about. The characters were the main focus in this instalment, and ohhh of course there are so many characters to love (and be frustrated at :D) here. And t...

    Amnesty looked promising but, unfortunately, the story didn't intrest me like I thought it would. I skimmed through this one. Thanks to NetGalley for an arc in exchange for an honest review. ...

    Not as captivating as Amberlough or Armistice, but a satisfying conclusion nonetheless. I just adore these characters and I hold this series very close to my heart. Can't wait to see what Lara Elena Donnelly does next. ...

    I'm going to preface my review by saying that I wanted to read this book so desperately that, when it became apparent my pre-order of the physical copy would not be arriving on time.... I ordered a kindle copy so I could read it the day of release. I was that excited for it. Although t...

    Queer Content: Plot relevent, well written, not erotic or fetishy. So much representation but feels natural and normal and very good. This book broke my heart, hard. Firstly, I'm amazed at Donnelly's ability to string the reader along in the best possible way. A few little tastes o...

    It definitely wasn?t the action-packed, dramatic conclusion I was expecting but I?m still pleasantly surprised by the amount of development these characters have in what is the final stand before these characters can have happiness. Cyril, Lillian and Aristide all change significan...

    Amnesty is a smart mix of family drama and political prowess, detailing a world where past wars are still present in the dilapidated halls of bygone mansions. The storytelling feels old school in the best way, reminiscent of Evelyn Waugh and the early twentieth century novel. It?s a ...

    UPDATE: yeah, it deserves 5 stars. This whole trilogy deserves 20 stars. I loved Amberlough, and nothing could?ve prepared me for the ending. It?s by far the best book in the trilogy and probably one of my favorites I?ve ever read. The ending made me so anxious for the second ...

    A fitting end to Lara's debut series. The revolution was a success, but that doesn?t mean it?s time for happily ever after? When Armistice left off, our exiled heroes had concocted a dangerous plan to topple the fascist government that had taken over their homeland. Amnesty sk...

  • Sarah (CoolCurryBooks)
    May 08, 2019

    I need this thanks series reviews: Amberlough | Armistice | Amnesty ...

    Received an Advanced Reader Copy from Netgalley in exchange for an open and honest review. Reading this makes me wish I had my hair up, lipstick on, and double martini in hand while classy music plays in the background. I am sitting on a leather sofa in the library with rain patte...

    Aaaaaaggghhh I love it and need more how can it be done noooo aaagghhh whyyyyy. You can see the full review on my dumb blog here. If you haven?t read Amberlough and Armistice, you should. You really should. In fact, why don?t you do that. Go ahead, I?ll wait. Did you re...

    Re-read 13.04.2019 (view spoiler)[ I still rased back home each night to read this book as though I didn't know what was going to happen! I re-read Amnesty for the second time so I could savour it more. I felt like the last time I read I rushed through needing to know if there was a ...

    Well. This trilogy is now over. I must say that after finishing this book I am feeling rather underwhelmed. This book has some heart warming and and heart breaking moments. Revalations and reunions that were long sort after. But I also felt like the author played it safe. The stakes ...

    A satisfying end to a fantastic series. Can't wait for five years to pass so that I can drag together enough emotional resilience to survive reading all three back-to-back! ...

    Absolutely amazing. I wish I could erase my memory and experience this greatness all over again. ...

    I read this book courtesy of NetGalley, in exchange for a review. I didn't think this would happen, but at its (presumed) end, the world of Amberlough has grown on me, at long last. The third volume was the first that I really emotionally connected with. First things first: I di...

    Have you ever read a book and wondered what happened after the revolution? How the characters coped with the aftermath once the dust had settled? What was the cost? Amnesty is that book, with the revolution having come and gone in the five years between Armistice and Amnesty. Donnelly ...

    OOO LA LAAAA! THIS COVER IS FORKIN' GORGEOUS!! ...

    ?Small lies. Do you promise?? ...

    Thank you to netgalley and Tor for the e-arc! What a series! It's been quite some time that I've binged a series with such enthusiasm. The way this series is told has beats unlike other novels I've read, and it kept this series feeling fresh with each new book. Characters ...

    Amnesty is the final book in the queer, no-magic fantasy trilogy that started with Amberlough. I highly recommend that you read this series in order! The rest of my review will contain spoilers for the previous books. Amnesty begins with a time-skip in which the Ospies have been ove...

  • Emily
    May 17, 2019

    I need this thanks series reviews: Amberlough | Armistice | Amnesty ...

    Received an Advanced Reader Copy from Netgalley in exchange for an open and honest review. Reading this makes me wish I had my hair up, lipstick on, and double martini in hand while classy music plays in the background. I am sitting on a leather sofa in the library with rain patte...

    Aaaaaaggghhh I love it and need more how can it be done noooo aaagghhh whyyyyy. You can see the full review on my dumb blog here. If you haven?t read Amberlough and Armistice, you should. You really should. In fact, why don?t you do that. Go ahead, I?ll wait. Did you re...

    Re-read 13.04.2019 (view spoiler)[ I still rased back home each night to read this book as though I didn't know what was going to happen! I re-read Amnesty for the second time so I could savour it more. I felt like the last time I read I rushed through needing to know if there was a ...

    Well. This trilogy is now over. I must say that after finishing this book I am feeling rather underwhelmed. This book has some heart warming and and heart breaking moments. Revalations and reunions that were long sort after. But I also felt like the author played it safe. The stakes ...

    A satisfying end to a fantastic series. Can't wait for five years to pass so that I can drag together enough emotional resilience to survive reading all three back-to-back! ...

    Absolutely amazing. I wish I could erase my memory and experience this greatness all over again. ...

    I read this book courtesy of NetGalley, in exchange for a review. I didn't think this would happen, but at its (presumed) end, the world of Amberlough has grown on me, at long last. The third volume was the first that I really emotionally connected with. First things first: I di...

    Have you ever read a book and wondered what happened after the revolution? How the characters coped with the aftermath once the dust had settled? What was the cost? Amnesty is that book, with the revolution having come and gone in the five years between Armistice and Amnesty. Donnelly ...

    OOO LA LAAAA! THIS COVER IS FORKIN' GORGEOUS!! ...

    ?Small lies. Do you promise?? ...

    Thank you to netgalley and Tor for the e-arc! What a series! It's been quite some time that I've binged a series with such enthusiasm. The way this series is told has beats unlike other novels I've read, and it kept this series feeling fresh with each new book. Characters ...

    Amnesty is the final book in the queer, no-magic fantasy trilogy that started with Amberlough. I highly recommend that you read this series in order! The rest of my review will contain spoilers for the previous books. Amnesty begins with a time-skip in which the Ospies have been ove...

    ?I?m not the man I used to be, Aristide.? ?Darling, you never were. Neither was I.? [loc. 5229] Five years after the events of Armistice , eight years after the events of Amberlough : the leader of the One State Party has been assassinated, but the new memorial on Temp...

    I love these horrible people so much. I think this one is the slowest of the series, and that may not be something other people like. I found the ending very satisfying and so beautifully open for possibility for all of the characters. This was the end of the story, but not THEIR st...

    ?Anything can happen. I don?t try to predict it anymore; I just try to be ready when the dice come down where they do.? 4.5 It?s been a couple of days since I finished this book and I?m still too shaken to write a proper review of it, so I?m saving whatever scattered ...

    This last foray into the city of Amberlough was a bittersweet culmination of all that went before. Aristide is back and as acerbic and vulnerable as ever, and we finally get to see Cyril again. Like Ari, I was saddened and angry and devastated at how damaged Cyril has become in the ter...

    What a lovely ending to the trilogy. I love fiction that explores the consequences of past actions, and that's what Amnesty is all about. The characters were the main focus in this instalment, and ohhh of course there are so many characters to love (and be frustrated at :D) here. And t...

    Amnesty looked promising but, unfortunately, the story didn't intrest me like I thought it would. I skimmed through this one. Thanks to NetGalley for an arc in exchange for an honest review. ...

    Not as captivating as Amberlough or Armistice, but a satisfying conclusion nonetheless. I just adore these characters and I hold this series very close to my heart. Can't wait to see what Lara Elena Donnelly does next. ...

    I'm going to preface my review by saying that I wanted to read this book so desperately that, when it became apparent my pre-order of the physical copy would not be arriving on time.... I ordered a kindle copy so I could read it the day of release. I was that excited for it. Although t...

    Queer Content: Plot relevent, well written, not erotic or fetishy. So much representation but feels natural and normal and very good. This book broke my heart, hard. Firstly, I'm amazed at Donnelly's ability to string the reader along in the best possible way. A few little tastes o...

    It definitely wasn?t the action-packed, dramatic conclusion I was expecting but I?m still pleasantly surprised by the amount of development these characters have in what is the final stand before these characters can have happiness. Cyril, Lillian and Aristide all change significan...

  • Phee
    Apr 19, 2019

    I need this thanks series reviews: Amberlough | Armistice | Amnesty ...

    Received an Advanced Reader Copy from Netgalley in exchange for an open and honest review. Reading this makes me wish I had my hair up, lipstick on, and double martini in hand while classy music plays in the background. I am sitting on a leather sofa in the library with rain patte...

    Aaaaaaggghhh I love it and need more how can it be done noooo aaagghhh whyyyyy. You can see the full review on my dumb blog here. If you haven?t read Amberlough and Armistice, you should. You really should. In fact, why don?t you do that. Go ahead, I?ll wait. Did you re...

    Re-read 13.04.2019 (view spoiler)[ I still rased back home each night to read this book as though I didn't know what was going to happen! I re-read Amnesty for the second time so I could savour it more. I felt like the last time I read I rushed through needing to know if there was a ...

    Well. This trilogy is now over. I must say that after finishing this book I am feeling rather underwhelmed. This book has some heart warming and and heart breaking moments. Revalations and reunions that were long sort after. But I also felt like the author played it safe. The stakes ...

  • Kate
    Jun 21, 2019

    I need this thanks series reviews: Amberlough | Armistice | Amnesty ...

    Received an Advanced Reader Copy from Netgalley in exchange for an open and honest review. Reading this makes me wish I had my hair up, lipstick on, and double martini in hand while classy music plays in the background. I am sitting on a leather sofa in the library with rain patte...

    Aaaaaaggghhh I love it and need more how can it be done noooo aaagghhh whyyyyy. You can see the full review on my dumb blog here. If you haven?t read Amberlough and Armistice, you should. You really should. In fact, why don?t you do that. Go ahead, I?ll wait. Did you re...

    Re-read 13.04.2019 (view spoiler)[ I still rased back home each night to read this book as though I didn't know what was going to happen! I re-read Amnesty for the second time so I could savour it more. I felt like the last time I read I rushed through needing to know if there was a ...

    Well. This trilogy is now over. I must say that after finishing this book I am feeling rather underwhelmed. This book has some heart warming and and heart breaking moments. Revalations and reunions that were long sort after. But I also felt like the author played it safe. The stakes ...

    A satisfying end to a fantastic series. Can't wait for five years to pass so that I can drag together enough emotional resilience to survive reading all three back-to-back! ...

    Absolutely amazing. I wish I could erase my memory and experience this greatness all over again. ...

    I read this book courtesy of NetGalley, in exchange for a review. I didn't think this would happen, but at its (presumed) end, the world of Amberlough has grown on me, at long last. The third volume was the first that I really emotionally connected with. First things first: I di...

    Have you ever read a book and wondered what happened after the revolution? How the characters coped with the aftermath once the dust had settled? What was the cost? Amnesty is that book, with the revolution having come and gone in the five years between Armistice and Amnesty. Donnelly ...

    OOO LA LAAAA! THIS COVER IS FORKIN' GORGEOUS!! ...

    ?Small lies. Do you promise?? ...

    Thank you to netgalley and Tor for the e-arc! What a series! It's been quite some time that I've binged a series with such enthusiasm. The way this series is told has beats unlike other novels I've read, and it kept this series feeling fresh with each new book. Characters ...

    Amnesty is the final book in the queer, no-magic fantasy trilogy that started with Amberlough. I highly recommend that you read this series in order! The rest of my review will contain spoilers for the previous books. Amnesty begins with a time-skip in which the Ospies have been ove...

    ?I?m not the man I used to be, Aristide.? ?Darling, you never were. Neither was I.? [loc. 5229] Five years after the events of Armistice , eight years after the events of Amberlough : the leader of the One State Party has been assassinated, but the new memorial on Temp...

    I love these horrible people so much. I think this one is the slowest of the series, and that may not be something other people like. I found the ending very satisfying and so beautifully open for possibility for all of the characters. This was the end of the story, but not THEIR st...

  • Rhiannon
    Apr 17, 2019

    I need this thanks series reviews: Amberlough | Armistice | Amnesty ...

    Received an Advanced Reader Copy from Netgalley in exchange for an open and honest review. Reading this makes me wish I had my hair up, lipstick on, and double martini in hand while classy music plays in the background. I am sitting on a leather sofa in the library with rain patte...

    Aaaaaaggghhh I love it and need more how can it be done noooo aaagghhh whyyyyy. You can see the full review on my dumb blog here. If you haven?t read Amberlough and Armistice, you should. You really should. In fact, why don?t you do that. Go ahead, I?ll wait. Did you re...

    Re-read 13.04.2019 (view spoiler)[ I still rased back home each night to read this book as though I didn't know what was going to happen! I re-read Amnesty for the second time so I could savour it more. I felt like the last time I read I rushed through needing to know if there was a ...

    Well. This trilogy is now over. I must say that after finishing this book I am feeling rather underwhelmed. This book has some heart warming and and heart breaking moments. Revalations and reunions that were long sort after. But I also felt like the author played it safe. The stakes ...

    A satisfying end to a fantastic series. Can't wait for five years to pass so that I can drag together enough emotional resilience to survive reading all three back-to-back! ...

    Absolutely amazing. I wish I could erase my memory and experience this greatness all over again. ...

    I read this book courtesy of NetGalley, in exchange for a review. I didn't think this would happen, but at its (presumed) end, the world of Amberlough has grown on me, at long last. The third volume was the first that I really emotionally connected with. First things first: I di...

    Have you ever read a book and wondered what happened after the revolution? How the characters coped with the aftermath once the dust had settled? What was the cost? Amnesty is that book, with the revolution having come and gone in the five years between Armistice and Amnesty. Donnelly ...

    OOO LA LAAAA! THIS COVER IS FORKIN' GORGEOUS!! ...

    ?Small lies. Do you promise?? ...

    Thank you to netgalley and Tor for the e-arc! What a series! It's been quite some time that I've binged a series with such enthusiasm. The way this series is told has beats unlike other novels I've read, and it kept this series feeling fresh with each new book. Characters ...

    Amnesty is the final book in the queer, no-magic fantasy trilogy that started with Amberlough. I highly recommend that you read this series in order! The rest of my review will contain spoilers for the previous books. Amnesty begins with a time-skip in which the Ospies have been ove...

    ?I?m not the man I used to be, Aristide.? ?Darling, you never were. Neither was I.? [loc. 5229] Five years after the events of Armistice , eight years after the events of Amberlough : the leader of the One State Party has been assassinated, but the new memorial on Temp...

    I love these horrible people so much. I think this one is the slowest of the series, and that may not be something other people like. I found the ending very satisfying and so beautifully open for possibility for all of the characters. This was the end of the story, but not THEIR st...

    ?Anything can happen. I don?t try to predict it anymore; I just try to be ready when the dice come down where they do.? 4.5 It?s been a couple of days since I finished this book and I?m still too shaken to write a proper review of it, so I?m saving whatever scattered ...

    This last foray into the city of Amberlough was a bittersweet culmination of all that went before. Aristide is back and as acerbic and vulnerable as ever, and we finally get to see Cyril again. Like Ari, I was saddened and angry and devastated at how damaged Cyril has become in the ter...

    What a lovely ending to the trilogy. I love fiction that explores the consequences of past actions, and that's what Amnesty is all about. The characters were the main focus in this instalment, and ohhh of course there are so many characters to love (and be frustrated at :D) here. And t...

    Amnesty looked promising but, unfortunately, the story didn't intrest me like I thought it would. I skimmed through this one. Thanks to NetGalley for an arc in exchange for an honest review. ...

    Not as captivating as Amberlough or Armistice, but a satisfying conclusion nonetheless. I just adore these characters and I hold this series very close to my heart. Can't wait to see what Lara Elena Donnelly does next. ...

    I'm going to preface my review by saying that I wanted to read this book so desperately that, when it became apparent my pre-order of the physical copy would not be arriving on time.... I ordered a kindle copy so I could read it the day of release. I was that excited for it. Although t...

  • Katie
    Dec 08, 2018

    I need this thanks series reviews: Amberlough | Armistice | Amnesty ...

    Received an Advanced Reader Copy from Netgalley in exchange for an open and honest review. Reading this makes me wish I had my hair up, lipstick on, and double martini in hand while classy music plays in the background. I am sitting on a leather sofa in the library with rain patte...

    Aaaaaaggghhh I love it and need more how can it be done noooo aaagghhh whyyyyy. You can see the full review on my dumb blog here. If you haven?t read Amberlough and Armistice, you should. You really should. In fact, why don?t you do that. Go ahead, I?ll wait. Did you re...

    Re-read 13.04.2019 (view spoiler)[ I still rased back home each night to read this book as though I didn't know what was going to happen! I re-read Amnesty for the second time so I could savour it more. I felt like the last time I read I rushed through needing to know if there was a ...

    Well. This trilogy is now over. I must say that after finishing this book I am feeling rather underwhelmed. This book has some heart warming and and heart breaking moments. Revalations and reunions that were long sort after. But I also felt like the author played it safe. The stakes ...

    A satisfying end to a fantastic series. Can't wait for five years to pass so that I can drag together enough emotional resilience to survive reading all three back-to-back! ...

    Absolutely amazing. I wish I could erase my memory and experience this greatness all over again. ...

    I read this book courtesy of NetGalley, in exchange for a review. I didn't think this would happen, but at its (presumed) end, the world of Amberlough has grown on me, at long last. The third volume was the first that I really emotionally connected with. First things first: I di...

    Have you ever read a book and wondered what happened after the revolution? How the characters coped with the aftermath once the dust had settled? What was the cost? Amnesty is that book, with the revolution having come and gone in the five years between Armistice and Amnesty. Donnelly ...

    OOO LA LAAAA! THIS COVER IS FORKIN' GORGEOUS!! ...

    ?Small lies. Do you promise?? ...

    Thank you to netgalley and Tor for the e-arc! What a series! It's been quite some time that I've binged a series with such enthusiasm. The way this series is told has beats unlike other novels I've read, and it kept this series feeling fresh with each new book. Characters ...

  • Megan
    Feb 22, 2019

    I need this thanks series reviews: Amberlough | Armistice | Amnesty ...

    Received an Advanced Reader Copy from Netgalley in exchange for an open and honest review. Reading this makes me wish I had my hair up, lipstick on, and double martini in hand while classy music plays in the background. I am sitting on a leather sofa in the library with rain patte...

  • Ashleigh | Wild Heart Reads
    Jun 12, 2019

    I need this thanks series reviews: Amberlough | Armistice | Amnesty ...

    Received an Advanced Reader Copy from Netgalley in exchange for an open and honest review. Reading this makes me wish I had my hair up, lipstick on, and double martini in hand while classy music plays in the background. I am sitting on a leather sofa in the library with rain patte...

    Aaaaaaggghhh I love it and need more how can it be done noooo aaagghhh whyyyyy. You can see the full review on my dumb blog here. If you haven?t read Amberlough and Armistice, you should. You really should. In fact, why don?t you do that. Go ahead, I?ll wait. Did you re...

    Re-read 13.04.2019 (view spoiler)[ I still rased back home each night to read this book as though I didn't know what was going to happen! I re-read Amnesty for the second time so I could savour it more. I felt like the last time I read I rushed through needing to know if there was a ...

    Well. This trilogy is now over. I must say that after finishing this book I am feeling rather underwhelmed. This book has some heart warming and and heart breaking moments. Revalations and reunions that were long sort after. But I also felt like the author played it safe. The stakes ...

    A satisfying end to a fantastic series. Can't wait for five years to pass so that I can drag together enough emotional resilience to survive reading all three back-to-back! ...

    Absolutely amazing. I wish I could erase my memory and experience this greatness all over again. ...

    I read this book courtesy of NetGalley, in exchange for a review. I didn't think this would happen, but at its (presumed) end, the world of Amberlough has grown on me, at long last. The third volume was the first that I really emotionally connected with. First things first: I di...

    Have you ever read a book and wondered what happened after the revolution? How the characters coped with the aftermath once the dust had settled? What was the cost? Amnesty is that book, with the revolution having come and gone in the five years between Armistice and Amnesty. Donnelly ...

  • Elise (TheBookishActress)
    Sep 07, 2018

    I need this thanks series reviews: Amberlough | Armistice | Amnesty ...

  • Freya Marske
    Apr 17, 2019

    I need this thanks series reviews: Amberlough | Armistice | Amnesty ...

    Received an Advanced Reader Copy from Netgalley in exchange for an open and honest review. Reading this makes me wish I had my hair up, lipstick on, and double martini in hand while classy music plays in the background. I am sitting on a leather sofa in the library with rain patte...

    Aaaaaaggghhh I love it and need more how can it be done noooo aaagghhh whyyyyy. You can see the full review on my dumb blog here. If you haven?t read Amberlough and Armistice, you should. You really should. In fact, why don?t you do that. Go ahead, I?ll wait. Did you re...

    Re-read 13.04.2019 (view spoiler)[ I still rased back home each night to read this book as though I didn't know what was going to happen! I re-read Amnesty for the second time so I could savour it more. I felt like the last time I read I rushed through needing to know if there was a ...

    Well. This trilogy is now over. I must say that after finishing this book I am feeling rather underwhelmed. This book has some heart warming and and heart breaking moments. Revalations and reunions that were long sort after. But I also felt like the author played it safe. The stakes ...

    A satisfying end to a fantastic series. Can't wait for five years to pass so that I can drag together enough emotional resilience to survive reading all three back-to-back! ...

  • Julia
    Jun 28, 2019

    I need this thanks series reviews: Amberlough | Armistice | Amnesty ...

    Received an Advanced Reader Copy from Netgalley in exchange for an open and honest review. Reading this makes me wish I had my hair up, lipstick on, and double martini in hand while classy music plays in the background. I am sitting on a leather sofa in the library with rain patte...

    Aaaaaaggghhh I love it and need more how can it be done noooo aaagghhh whyyyyy. You can see the full review on my dumb blog here. If you haven?t read Amberlough and Armistice, you should. You really should. In fact, why don?t you do that. Go ahead, I?ll wait. Did you re...

    Re-read 13.04.2019 (view spoiler)[ I still rased back home each night to read this book as though I didn't know what was going to happen! I re-read Amnesty for the second time so I could savour it more. I felt like the last time I read I rushed through needing to know if there was a ...

    Well. This trilogy is now over. I must say that after finishing this book I am feeling rather underwhelmed. This book has some heart warming and and heart breaking moments. Revalations and reunions that were long sort after. But I also felt like the author played it safe. The stakes ...

    A satisfying end to a fantastic series. Can't wait for five years to pass so that I can drag together enough emotional resilience to survive reading all three back-to-back! ...

    Absolutely amazing. I wish I could erase my memory and experience this greatness all over again. ...

    I read this book courtesy of NetGalley, in exchange for a review. I didn't think this would happen, but at its (presumed) end, the world of Amberlough has grown on me, at long last. The third volume was the first that I really emotionally connected with. First things first: I di...

    Have you ever read a book and wondered what happened after the revolution? How the characters coped with the aftermath once the dust had settled? What was the cost? Amnesty is that book, with the revolution having come and gone in the five years between Armistice and Amnesty. Donnelly ...

    OOO LA LAAAA! THIS COVER IS FORKIN' GORGEOUS!! ...

    ?Small lies. Do you promise?? ...

    Thank you to netgalley and Tor for the e-arc! What a series! It's been quite some time that I've binged a series with such enthusiasm. The way this series is told has beats unlike other novels I've read, and it kept this series feeling fresh with each new book. Characters ...

    Amnesty is the final book in the queer, no-magic fantasy trilogy that started with Amberlough. I highly recommend that you read this series in order! The rest of my review will contain spoilers for the previous books. Amnesty begins with a time-skip in which the Ospies have been ove...

    ?I?m not the man I used to be, Aristide.? ?Darling, you never were. Neither was I.? [loc. 5229] Five years after the events of Armistice , eight years after the events of Amberlough : the leader of the One State Party has been assassinated, but the new memorial on Temp...

    I love these horrible people so much. I think this one is the slowest of the series, and that may not be something other people like. I found the ending very satisfying and so beautifully open for possibility for all of the characters. This was the end of the story, but not THEIR st...

    ?Anything can happen. I don?t try to predict it anymore; I just try to be ready when the dice come down where they do.? 4.5 It?s been a couple of days since I finished this book and I?m still too shaken to write a proper review of it, so I?m saving whatever scattered ...

    This last foray into the city of Amberlough was a bittersweet culmination of all that went before. Aristide is back and as acerbic and vulnerable as ever, and we finally get to see Cyril again. Like Ari, I was saddened and angry and devastated at how damaged Cyril has become in the ter...

    What a lovely ending to the trilogy. I love fiction that explores the consequences of past actions, and that's what Amnesty is all about. The characters were the main focus in this instalment, and ohhh of course there are so many characters to love (and be frustrated at :D) here. And t...

    Amnesty looked promising but, unfortunately, the story didn't intrest me like I thought it would. I skimmed through this one. Thanks to NetGalley for an arc in exchange for an honest review. ...

    Not as captivating as Amberlough or Armistice, but a satisfying conclusion nonetheless. I just adore these characters and I hold this series very close to my heart. Can't wait to see what Lara Elena Donnelly does next. ...

    I'm going to preface my review by saying that I wanted to read this book so desperately that, when it became apparent my pre-order of the physical copy would not be arriving on time.... I ordered a kindle copy so I could read it the day of release. I was that excited for it. Although t...

    Queer Content: Plot relevent, well written, not erotic or fetishy. So much representation but feels natural and normal and very good. This book broke my heart, hard. Firstly, I'm amazed at Donnelly's ability to string the reader along in the best possible way. A few little tastes o...

    It definitely wasn?t the action-packed, dramatic conclusion I was expecting but I?m still pleasantly surprised by the amount of development these characters have in what is the final stand before these characters can have happiness. Cyril, Lillian and Aristide all change significan...

    Amnesty is a smart mix of family drama and political prowess, detailing a world where past wars are still present in the dilapidated halls of bygone mansions. The storytelling feels old school in the best way, reminiscent of Evelyn Waugh and the early twentieth century novel. It?s a ...

    UPDATE: yeah, it deserves 5 stars. This whole trilogy deserves 20 stars. I loved Amberlough, and nothing could?ve prepared me for the ending. It?s by far the best book in the trilogy and probably one of my favorites I?ve ever read. The ending made me so anxious for the second ...

    A fitting end to Lara's debut series. The revolution was a success, but that doesn?t mean it?s time for happily ever after? When Armistice left off, our exiled heroes had concocted a dangerous plan to topple the fascist government that had taken over their homeland. Amnesty sk...

    Well, that was really good. Both as a book and as the final instalment of the Amberlough Dossier. I?m not going to say it was easy ? of course it was a page-turner, but reading about everyone?s hardships (Cyril especially. He?s been through so much, my poor baby). It?s been ...

  • Kyra Boisseree
    Jun 07, 2019

    I need this thanks series reviews: Amberlough | Armistice | Amnesty ...

    Received an Advanced Reader Copy from Netgalley in exchange for an open and honest review. Reading this makes me wish I had my hair up, lipstick on, and double martini in hand while classy music plays in the background. I am sitting on a leather sofa in the library with rain patte...

    Aaaaaaggghhh I love it and need more how can it be done noooo aaagghhh whyyyyy. You can see the full review on my dumb blog here. If you haven?t read Amberlough and Armistice, you should. You really should. In fact, why don?t you do that. Go ahead, I?ll wait. Did you re...

    Re-read 13.04.2019 (view spoiler)[ I still rased back home each night to read this book as though I didn't know what was going to happen! I re-read Amnesty for the second time so I could savour it more. I felt like the last time I read I rushed through needing to know if there was a ...

    Well. This trilogy is now over. I must say that after finishing this book I am feeling rather underwhelmed. This book has some heart warming and and heart breaking moments. Revalations and reunions that were long sort after. But I also felt like the author played it safe. The stakes ...

    A satisfying end to a fantastic series. Can't wait for five years to pass so that I can drag together enough emotional resilience to survive reading all three back-to-back! ...

    Absolutely amazing. I wish I could erase my memory and experience this greatness all over again. ...

    I read this book courtesy of NetGalley, in exchange for a review. I didn't think this would happen, but at its (presumed) end, the world of Amberlough has grown on me, at long last. The third volume was the first that I really emotionally connected with. First things first: I di...

    Have you ever read a book and wondered what happened after the revolution? How the characters coped with the aftermath once the dust had settled? What was the cost? Amnesty is that book, with the revolution having come and gone in the five years between Armistice and Amnesty. Donnelly ...

    OOO LA LAAAA! THIS COVER IS FORKIN' GORGEOUS!! ...

    ?Small lies. Do you promise?? ...

    Thank you to netgalley and Tor for the e-arc! What a series! It's been quite some time that I've binged a series with such enthusiasm. The way this series is told has beats unlike other novels I've read, and it kept this series feeling fresh with each new book. Characters ...

    Amnesty is the final book in the queer, no-magic fantasy trilogy that started with Amberlough. I highly recommend that you read this series in order! The rest of my review will contain spoilers for the previous books. Amnesty begins with a time-skip in which the Ospies have been ove...

    ?I?m not the man I used to be, Aristide.? ?Darling, you never were. Neither was I.? [loc. 5229] Five years after the events of Armistice , eight years after the events of Amberlough : the leader of the One State Party has been assassinated, but the new memorial on Temp...

    I love these horrible people so much. I think this one is the slowest of the series, and that may not be something other people like. I found the ending very satisfying and so beautifully open for possibility for all of the characters. This was the end of the story, but not THEIR st...

    ?Anything can happen. I don?t try to predict it anymore; I just try to be ready when the dice come down where they do.? 4.5 It?s been a couple of days since I finished this book and I?m still too shaken to write a proper review of it, so I?m saving whatever scattered ...

    This last foray into the city of Amberlough was a bittersweet culmination of all that went before. Aristide is back and as acerbic and vulnerable as ever, and we finally get to see Cyril again. Like Ari, I was saddened and angry and devastated at how damaged Cyril has become in the ter...

    What a lovely ending to the trilogy. I love fiction that explores the consequences of past actions, and that's what Amnesty is all about. The characters were the main focus in this instalment, and ohhh of course there are so many characters to love (and be frustrated at :D) here. And t...

    Amnesty looked promising but, unfortunately, the story didn't intrest me like I thought it would. I skimmed through this one. Thanks to NetGalley for an arc in exchange for an honest review. ...

    Not as captivating as Amberlough or Armistice, but a satisfying conclusion nonetheless. I just adore these characters and I hold this series very close to my heart. Can't wait to see what Lara Elena Donnelly does next. ...

    I'm going to preface my review by saying that I wanted to read this book so desperately that, when it became apparent my pre-order of the physical copy would not be arriving on time.... I ordered a kindle copy so I could read it the day of release. I was that excited for it. Although t...

    Queer Content: Plot relevent, well written, not erotic or fetishy. So much representation but feels natural and normal and very good. This book broke my heart, hard. Firstly, I'm amazed at Donnelly's ability to string the reader along in the best possible way. A few little tastes o...

    It definitely wasn?t the action-packed, dramatic conclusion I was expecting but I?m still pleasantly surprised by the amount of development these characters have in what is the final stand before these characters can have happiness. Cyril, Lillian and Aristide all change significan...

    Amnesty is a smart mix of family drama and political prowess, detailing a world where past wars are still present in the dilapidated halls of bygone mansions. The storytelling feels old school in the best way, reminiscent of Evelyn Waugh and the early twentieth century novel. It?s a ...

    UPDATE: yeah, it deserves 5 stars. This whole trilogy deserves 20 stars. I loved Amberlough, and nothing could?ve prepared me for the ending. It?s by far the best book in the trilogy and probably one of my favorites I?ve ever read. The ending made me so anxious for the second ...

    A fitting end to Lara's debut series. The revolution was a success, but that doesn?t mean it?s time for happily ever after? When Armistice left off, our exiled heroes had concocted a dangerous plan to topple the fascist government that had taken over their homeland. Amnesty sk...

    Well, that was really good. Both as a book and as the final instalment of the Amberlough Dossier. I?m not going to say it was easy ? of course it was a page-turner, but reading about everyone?s hardships (Cyril especially. He?s been through so much, my poor baby). It?s been ...

    DAMMIT, LARA. I already know I'm going to reread this someday, because I need to listen to the audiobook, and I know I no longer have the "need to reread the previous one" excuse, but listen, I just need to. What do I even say?? I've never come out of one of these books feeling ...

  • Jypsy
    Jan 29, 2019

    I need this thanks series reviews: Amberlough | Armistice | Amnesty ...

    Received an Advanced Reader Copy from Netgalley in exchange for an open and honest review. Reading this makes me wish I had my hair up, lipstick on, and double martini in hand while classy music plays in the background. I am sitting on a leather sofa in the library with rain patte...

    Aaaaaaggghhh I love it and need more how can it be done noooo aaagghhh whyyyyy. You can see the full review on my dumb blog here. If you haven?t read Amberlough and Armistice, you should. You really should. In fact, why don?t you do that. Go ahead, I?ll wait. Did you re...

    Re-read 13.04.2019 (view spoiler)[ I still rased back home each night to read this book as though I didn't know what was going to happen! I re-read Amnesty for the second time so I could savour it more. I felt like the last time I read I rushed through needing to know if there was a ...

    Well. This trilogy is now over. I must say that after finishing this book I am feeling rather underwhelmed. This book has some heart warming and and heart breaking moments. Revalations and reunions that were long sort after. But I also felt like the author played it safe. The stakes ...

    A satisfying end to a fantastic series. Can't wait for five years to pass so that I can drag together enough emotional resilience to survive reading all three back-to-back! ...

    Absolutely amazing. I wish I could erase my memory and experience this greatness all over again. ...

    I read this book courtesy of NetGalley, in exchange for a review. I didn't think this would happen, but at its (presumed) end, the world of Amberlough has grown on me, at long last. The third volume was the first that I really emotionally connected with. First things first: I di...

    Have you ever read a book and wondered what happened after the revolution? How the characters coped with the aftermath once the dust had settled? What was the cost? Amnesty is that book, with the revolution having come and gone in the five years between Armistice and Amnesty. Donnelly ...

    OOO LA LAAAA! THIS COVER IS FORKIN' GORGEOUS!! ...

    ?Small lies. Do you promise?? ...

    Thank you to netgalley and Tor for the e-arc! What a series! It's been quite some time that I've binged a series with such enthusiasm. The way this series is told has beats unlike other novels I've read, and it kept this series feeling fresh with each new book. Characters ...

    Amnesty is the final book in the queer, no-magic fantasy trilogy that started with Amberlough. I highly recommend that you read this series in order! The rest of my review will contain spoilers for the previous books. Amnesty begins with a time-skip in which the Ospies have been ove...

    ?I?m not the man I used to be, Aristide.? ?Darling, you never were. Neither was I.? [loc. 5229] Five years after the events of Armistice , eight years after the events of Amberlough : the leader of the One State Party has been assassinated, but the new memorial on Temp...

    I love these horrible people so much. I think this one is the slowest of the series, and that may not be something other people like. I found the ending very satisfying and so beautifully open for possibility for all of the characters. This was the end of the story, but not THEIR st...

    ?Anything can happen. I don?t try to predict it anymore; I just try to be ready when the dice come down where they do.? 4.5 It?s been a couple of days since I finished this book and I?m still too shaken to write a proper review of it, so I?m saving whatever scattered ...

    This last foray into the city of Amberlough was a bittersweet culmination of all that went before. Aristide is back and as acerbic and vulnerable as ever, and we finally get to see Cyril again. Like Ari, I was saddened and angry and devastated at how damaged Cyril has become in the ter...

    What a lovely ending to the trilogy. I love fiction that explores the consequences of past actions, and that's what Amnesty is all about. The characters were the main focus in this instalment, and ohhh of course there are so many characters to love (and be frustrated at :D) here. And t...

    Amnesty looked promising but, unfortunately, the story didn't intrest me like I thought it would. I skimmed through this one. Thanks to NetGalley for an arc in exchange for an honest review. ...

  • Maria
    May 25, 2019

    I need this thanks series reviews: Amberlough | Armistice | Amnesty ...

    Received an Advanced Reader Copy from Netgalley in exchange for an open and honest review. Reading this makes me wish I had my hair up, lipstick on, and double martini in hand while classy music plays in the background. I am sitting on a leather sofa in the library with rain patte...

    Aaaaaaggghhh I love it and need more how can it be done noooo aaagghhh whyyyyy. You can see the full review on my dumb blog here. If you haven?t read Amberlough and Armistice, you should. You really should. In fact, why don?t you do that. Go ahead, I?ll wait. Did you re...

    Re-read 13.04.2019 (view spoiler)[ I still rased back home each night to read this book as though I didn't know what was going to happen! I re-read Amnesty for the second time so I could savour it more. I felt like the last time I read I rushed through needing to know if there was a ...

    Well. This trilogy is now over. I must say that after finishing this book I am feeling rather underwhelmed. This book has some heart warming and and heart breaking moments. Revalations and reunions that were long sort after. But I also felt like the author played it safe. The stakes ...

    A satisfying end to a fantastic series. Can't wait for five years to pass so that I can drag together enough emotional resilience to survive reading all three back-to-back! ...

    Absolutely amazing. I wish I could erase my memory and experience this greatness all over again. ...

  • E.M. Hamill
    May 01, 2019

    I need this thanks series reviews: Amberlough | Armistice | Amnesty ...

    Received an Advanced Reader Copy from Netgalley in exchange for an open and honest review. Reading this makes me wish I had my hair up, lipstick on, and double martini in hand while classy music plays in the background. I am sitting on a leather sofa in the library with rain patte...

    Aaaaaaggghhh I love it and need more how can it be done noooo aaagghhh whyyyyy. You can see the full review on my dumb blog here. If you haven?t read Amberlough and Armistice, you should. You really should. In fact, why don?t you do that. Go ahead, I?ll wait. Did you re...

    Re-read 13.04.2019 (view spoiler)[ I still rased back home each night to read this book as though I didn't know what was going to happen! I re-read Amnesty for the second time so I could savour it more. I felt like the last time I read I rushed through needing to know if there was a ...

    Well. This trilogy is now over. I must say that after finishing this book I am feeling rather underwhelmed. This book has some heart warming and and heart breaking moments. Revalations and reunions that were long sort after. But I also felt like the author played it safe. The stakes ...

    A satisfying end to a fantastic series. Can't wait for five years to pass so that I can drag together enough emotional resilience to survive reading all three back-to-back! ...

    Absolutely amazing. I wish I could erase my memory and experience this greatness all over again. ...

    I read this book courtesy of NetGalley, in exchange for a review. I didn't think this would happen, but at its (presumed) end, the world of Amberlough has grown on me, at long last. The third volume was the first that I really emotionally connected with. First things first: I di...

    Have you ever read a book and wondered what happened after the revolution? How the characters coped with the aftermath once the dust had settled? What was the cost? Amnesty is that book, with the revolution having come and gone in the five years between Armistice and Amnesty. Donnelly ...

    OOO LA LAAAA! THIS COVER IS FORKIN' GORGEOUS!! ...

    ?Small lies. Do you promise?? ...

    Thank you to netgalley and Tor for the e-arc! What a series! It's been quite some time that I've binged a series with such enthusiasm. The way this series is told has beats unlike other novels I've read, and it kept this series feeling fresh with each new book. Characters ...

    Amnesty is the final book in the queer, no-magic fantasy trilogy that started with Amberlough. I highly recommend that you read this series in order! The rest of my review will contain spoilers for the previous books. Amnesty begins with a time-skip in which the Ospies have been ove...

    ?I?m not the man I used to be, Aristide.? ?Darling, you never were. Neither was I.? [loc. 5229] Five years after the events of Armistice , eight years after the events of Amberlough : the leader of the One State Party has been assassinated, but the new memorial on Temp...

    I love these horrible people so much. I think this one is the slowest of the series, and that may not be something other people like. I found the ending very satisfying and so beautifully open for possibility for all of the characters. This was the end of the story, but not THEIR st...

    ?Anything can happen. I don?t try to predict it anymore; I just try to be ready when the dice come down where they do.? 4.5 It?s been a couple of days since I finished this book and I?m still too shaken to write a proper review of it, so I?m saving whatever scattered ...

    This last foray into the city of Amberlough was a bittersweet culmination of all that went before. Aristide is back and as acerbic and vulnerable as ever, and we finally get to see Cyril again. Like Ari, I was saddened and angry and devastated at how damaged Cyril has become in the ter...

  • Tucker
    Jan 05, 2019

    I need this thanks series reviews: Amberlough | Armistice | Amnesty ...

    Received an Advanced Reader Copy from Netgalley in exchange for an open and honest review. Reading this makes me wish I had my hair up, lipstick on, and double martini in hand while classy music plays in the background. I am sitting on a leather sofa in the library with rain patte...

    Aaaaaaggghhh I love it and need more how can it be done noooo aaagghhh whyyyyy. You can see the full review on my dumb blog here. If you haven?t read Amberlough and Armistice, you should. You really should. In fact, why don?t you do that. Go ahead, I?ll wait. Did you re...

    Re-read 13.04.2019 (view spoiler)[ I still rased back home each night to read this book as though I didn't know what was going to happen! I re-read Amnesty for the second time so I could savour it more. I felt like the last time I read I rushed through needing to know if there was a ...

    Well. This trilogy is now over. I must say that after finishing this book I am feeling rather underwhelmed. This book has some heart warming and and heart breaking moments. Revalations and reunions that were long sort after. But I also felt like the author played it safe. The stakes ...

    A satisfying end to a fantastic series. Can't wait for five years to pass so that I can drag together enough emotional resilience to survive reading all three back-to-back! ...

    Absolutely amazing. I wish I could erase my memory and experience this greatness all over again. ...

    I read this book courtesy of NetGalley, in exchange for a review. I didn't think this would happen, but at its (presumed) end, the world of Amberlough has grown on me, at long last. The third volume was the first that I really emotionally connected with. First things first: I di...

    Have you ever read a book and wondered what happened after the revolution? How the characters coped with the aftermath once the dust had settled? What was the cost? Amnesty is that book, with the revolution having come and gone in the five years between Armistice and Amnesty. Donnelly ...

    OOO LA LAAAA! THIS COVER IS FORKIN' GORGEOUS!! ...

  • Rowan
    May 30, 2019

    I need this thanks series reviews: Amberlough | Armistice | Amnesty ...

    Received an Advanced Reader Copy from Netgalley in exchange for an open and honest review. Reading this makes me wish I had my hair up, lipstick on, and double martini in hand while classy music plays in the background. I am sitting on a leather sofa in the library with rain patte...

    Aaaaaaggghhh I love it and need more how can it be done noooo aaagghhh whyyyyy. You can see the full review on my dumb blog here. If you haven?t read Amberlough and Armistice, you should. You really should. In fact, why don?t you do that. Go ahead, I?ll wait. Did you re...

    Re-read 13.04.2019 (view spoiler)[ I still rased back home each night to read this book as though I didn't know what was going to happen! I re-read Amnesty for the second time so I could savour it more. I felt like the last time I read I rushed through needing to know if there was a ...

    Well. This trilogy is now over. I must say that after finishing this book I am feeling rather underwhelmed. This book has some heart warming and and heart breaking moments. Revalations and reunions that were long sort after. But I also felt like the author played it safe. The stakes ...

    A satisfying end to a fantastic series. Can't wait for five years to pass so that I can drag together enough emotional resilience to survive reading all three back-to-back! ...

    Absolutely amazing. I wish I could erase my memory and experience this greatness all over again. ...

    I read this book courtesy of NetGalley, in exchange for a review. I didn't think this would happen, but at its (presumed) end, the world of Amberlough has grown on me, at long last. The third volume was the first that I really emotionally connected with. First things first: I di...

    Have you ever read a book and wondered what happened after the revolution? How the characters coped with the aftermath once the dust had settled? What was the cost? Amnesty is that book, with the revolution having come and gone in the five years between Armistice and Amnesty. Donnelly ...

    OOO LA LAAAA! THIS COVER IS FORKIN' GORGEOUS!! ...

    ?Small lies. Do you promise?? ...

    Thank you to netgalley and Tor for the e-arc! What a series! It's been quite some time that I've binged a series with such enthusiasm. The way this series is told has beats unlike other novels I've read, and it kept this series feeling fresh with each new book. Characters ...

    Amnesty is the final book in the queer, no-magic fantasy trilogy that started with Amberlough. I highly recommend that you read this series in order! The rest of my review will contain spoilers for the previous books. Amnesty begins with a time-skip in which the Ospies have been ove...

    ?I?m not the man I used to be, Aristide.? ?Darling, you never were. Neither was I.? [loc. 5229] Five years after the events of Armistice , eight years after the events of Amberlough : the leader of the One State Party has been assassinated, but the new memorial on Temp...

    I love these horrible people so much. I think this one is the slowest of the series, and that may not be something other people like. I found the ending very satisfying and so beautifully open for possibility for all of the characters. This was the end of the story, but not THEIR st...

    ?Anything can happen. I don?t try to predict it anymore; I just try to be ready when the dice come down where they do.? 4.5 It?s been a couple of days since I finished this book and I?m still too shaken to write a proper review of it, so I?m saving whatever scattered ...

    This last foray into the city of Amberlough was a bittersweet culmination of all that went before. Aristide is back and as acerbic and vulnerable as ever, and we finally get to see Cyril again. Like Ari, I was saddened and angry and devastated at how damaged Cyril has become in the ter...

    What a lovely ending to the trilogy. I love fiction that explores the consequences of past actions, and that's what Amnesty is all about. The characters were the main focus in this instalment, and ohhh of course there are so many characters to love (and be frustrated at :D) here. And t...

    Amnesty looked promising but, unfortunately, the story didn't intrest me like I thought it would. I skimmed through this one. Thanks to NetGalley for an arc in exchange for an honest review. ...

    Not as captivating as Amberlough or Armistice, but a satisfying conclusion nonetheless. I just adore these characters and I hold this series very close to my heart. Can't wait to see what Lara Elena Donnelly does next. ...

    I'm going to preface my review by saying that I wanted to read this book so desperately that, when it became apparent my pre-order of the physical copy would not be arriving on time.... I ordered a kindle copy so I could read it the day of release. I was that excited for it. Although t...

    Queer Content: Plot relevent, well written, not erotic or fetishy. So much representation but feels natural and normal and very good. This book broke my heart, hard. Firstly, I'm amazed at Donnelly's ability to string the reader along in the best possible way. A few little tastes o...

    It definitely wasn?t the action-packed, dramatic conclusion I was expecting but I?m still pleasantly surprised by the amount of development these characters have in what is the final stand before these characters can have happiness. Cyril, Lillian and Aristide all change significan...

    Amnesty is a smart mix of family drama and political prowess, detailing a world where past wars are still present in the dilapidated halls of bygone mansions. The storytelling feels old school in the best way, reminiscent of Evelyn Waugh and the early twentieth century novel. It?s a ...

    UPDATE: yeah, it deserves 5 stars. This whole trilogy deserves 20 stars. I loved Amberlough, and nothing could?ve prepared me for the ending. It?s by far the best book in the trilogy and probably one of my favorites I?ve ever read. The ending made me so anxious for the second ...

  • Reviews & Robots
    Jun 01, 2019

    I need this thanks series reviews: Amberlough | Armistice | Amnesty ...

    Received an Advanced Reader Copy from Netgalley in exchange for an open and honest review. Reading this makes me wish I had my hair up, lipstick on, and double martini in hand while classy music plays in the background. I am sitting on a leather sofa in the library with rain patte...

    Aaaaaaggghhh I love it and need more how can it be done noooo aaagghhh whyyyyy. You can see the full review on my dumb blog here. If you haven?t read Amberlough and Armistice, you should. You really should. In fact, why don?t you do that. Go ahead, I?ll wait. Did you re...

    Re-read 13.04.2019 (view spoiler)[ I still rased back home each night to read this book as though I didn't know what was going to happen! I re-read Amnesty for the second time so I could savour it more. I felt like the last time I read I rushed through needing to know if there was a ...

    Well. This trilogy is now over. I must say that after finishing this book I am feeling rather underwhelmed. This book has some heart warming and and heart breaking moments. Revalations and reunions that were long sort after. But I also felt like the author played it safe. The stakes ...

    A satisfying end to a fantastic series. Can't wait for five years to pass so that I can drag together enough emotional resilience to survive reading all three back-to-back! ...

    Absolutely amazing. I wish I could erase my memory and experience this greatness all over again. ...

    I read this book courtesy of NetGalley, in exchange for a review. I didn't think this would happen, but at its (presumed) end, the world of Amberlough has grown on me, at long last. The third volume was the first that I really emotionally connected with. First things first: I di...

    Have you ever read a book and wondered what happened after the revolution? How the characters coped with the aftermath once the dust had settled? What was the cost? Amnesty is that book, with the revolution having come and gone in the five years between Armistice and Amnesty. Donnelly ...

    OOO LA LAAAA! THIS COVER IS FORKIN' GORGEOUS!! ...

    ?Small lies. Do you promise?? ...

    Thank you to netgalley and Tor for the e-arc! What a series! It's been quite some time that I've binged a series with such enthusiasm. The way this series is told has beats unlike other novels I've read, and it kept this series feeling fresh with each new book. Characters ...

    Amnesty is the final book in the queer, no-magic fantasy trilogy that started with Amberlough. I highly recommend that you read this series in order! The rest of my review will contain spoilers for the previous books. Amnesty begins with a time-skip in which the Ospies have been ove...

    ?I?m not the man I used to be, Aristide.? ?Darling, you never were. Neither was I.? [loc. 5229] Five years after the events of Armistice , eight years after the events of Amberlough : the leader of the One State Party has been assassinated, but the new memorial on Temp...

    I love these horrible people so much. I think this one is the slowest of the series, and that may not be something other people like. I found the ending very satisfying and so beautifully open for possibility for all of the characters. This was the end of the story, but not THEIR st...

    ?Anything can happen. I don?t try to predict it anymore; I just try to be ready when the dice come down where they do.? 4.5 It?s been a couple of days since I finished this book and I?m still too shaken to write a proper review of it, so I?m saving whatever scattered ...

    This last foray into the city of Amberlough was a bittersweet culmination of all that went before. Aristide is back and as acerbic and vulnerable as ever, and we finally get to see Cyril again. Like Ari, I was saddened and angry and devastated at how damaged Cyril has become in the ter...

    What a lovely ending to the trilogy. I love fiction that explores the consequences of past actions, and that's what Amnesty is all about. The characters were the main focus in this instalment, and ohhh of course there are so many characters to love (and be frustrated at :D) here. And t...

    Amnesty looked promising but, unfortunately, the story didn't intrest me like I thought it would. I skimmed through this one. Thanks to NetGalley for an arc in exchange for an honest review. ...

    Not as captivating as Amberlough or Armistice, but a satisfying conclusion nonetheless. I just adore these characters and I hold this series very close to my heart. Can't wait to see what Lara Elena Donnelly does next. ...

    I'm going to preface my review by saying that I wanted to read this book so desperately that, when it became apparent my pre-order of the physical copy would not be arriving on time.... I ordered a kindle copy so I could read it the day of release. I was that excited for it. Although t...

    Queer Content: Plot relevent, well written, not erotic or fetishy. So much representation but feels natural and normal and very good. This book broke my heart, hard. Firstly, I'm amazed at Donnelly's ability to string the reader along in the best possible way. A few little tastes o...

    It definitely wasn?t the action-packed, dramatic conclusion I was expecting but I?m still pleasantly surprised by the amount of development these characters have in what is the final stand before these characters can have happiness. Cyril, Lillian and Aristide all change significan...

    Amnesty is a smart mix of family drama and political prowess, detailing a world where past wars are still present in the dilapidated halls of bygone mansions. The storytelling feels old school in the best way, reminiscent of Evelyn Waugh and the early twentieth century novel. It?s a ...

  • Lola Tarantula
    May 19, 2019

    I need this thanks series reviews: Amberlough | Armistice | Amnesty ...

    Received an Advanced Reader Copy from Netgalley in exchange for an open and honest review. Reading this makes me wish I had my hair up, lipstick on, and double martini in hand while classy music plays in the background. I am sitting on a leather sofa in the library with rain patte...

    Aaaaaaggghhh I love it and need more how can it be done noooo aaagghhh whyyyyy. You can see the full review on my dumb blog here. If you haven?t read Amberlough and Armistice, you should. You really should. In fact, why don?t you do that. Go ahead, I?ll wait. Did you re...

    Re-read 13.04.2019 (view spoiler)[ I still rased back home each night to read this book as though I didn't know what was going to happen! I re-read Amnesty for the second time so I could savour it more. I felt like the last time I read I rushed through needing to know if there was a ...

    Well. This trilogy is now over. I must say that after finishing this book I am feeling rather underwhelmed. This book has some heart warming and and heart breaking moments. Revalations and reunions that were long sort after. But I also felt like the author played it safe. The stakes ...

    A satisfying end to a fantastic series. Can't wait for five years to pass so that I can drag together enough emotional resilience to survive reading all three back-to-back! ...

    Absolutely amazing. I wish I could erase my memory and experience this greatness all over again. ...

    I read this book courtesy of NetGalley, in exchange for a review. I didn't think this would happen, but at its (presumed) end, the world of Amberlough has grown on me, at long last. The third volume was the first that I really emotionally connected with. First things first: I di...

    Have you ever read a book and wondered what happened after the revolution? How the characters coped with the aftermath once the dust had settled? What was the cost? Amnesty is that book, with the revolution having come and gone in the five years between Armistice and Amnesty. Donnelly ...

    OOO LA LAAAA! THIS COVER IS FORKIN' GORGEOUS!! ...

    ?Small lies. Do you promise?? ...

    Thank you to netgalley and Tor for the e-arc! What a series! It's been quite some time that I've binged a series with such enthusiasm. The way this series is told has beats unlike other novels I've read, and it kept this series feeling fresh with each new book. Characters ...

    Amnesty is the final book in the queer, no-magic fantasy trilogy that started with Amberlough. I highly recommend that you read this series in order! The rest of my review will contain spoilers for the previous books. Amnesty begins with a time-skip in which the Ospies have been ove...

    ?I?m not the man I used to be, Aristide.? ?Darling, you never were. Neither was I.? [loc. 5229] Five years after the events of Armistice , eight years after the events of Amberlough : the leader of the One State Party has been assassinated, but the new memorial on Temp...

    I love these horrible people so much. I think this one is the slowest of the series, and that may not be something other people like. I found the ending very satisfying and so beautifully open for possibility for all of the characters. This was the end of the story, but not THEIR st...

    ?Anything can happen. I don?t try to predict it anymore; I just try to be ready when the dice come down where they do.? 4.5 It?s been a couple of days since I finished this book and I?m still too shaken to write a proper review of it, so I?m saving whatever scattered ...

    This last foray into the city of Amberlough was a bittersweet culmination of all that went before. Aristide is back and as acerbic and vulnerable as ever, and we finally get to see Cyril again. Like Ari, I was saddened and angry and devastated at how damaged Cyril has become in the ter...

    What a lovely ending to the trilogy. I love fiction that explores the consequences of past actions, and that's what Amnesty is all about. The characters were the main focus in this instalment, and ohhh of course there are so many characters to love (and be frustrated at :D) here. And t...

    Amnesty looked promising but, unfortunately, the story didn't intrest me like I thought it would. I skimmed through this one. Thanks to NetGalley for an arc in exchange for an honest review. ...

    Not as captivating as Amberlough or Armistice, but a satisfying conclusion nonetheless. I just adore these characters and I hold this series very close to my heart. Can't wait to see what Lara Elena Donnelly does next. ...

    I'm going to preface my review by saying that I wanted to read this book so desperately that, when it became apparent my pre-order of the physical copy would not be arriving on time.... I ordered a kindle copy so I could read it the day of release. I was that excited for it. Although t...

    Queer Content: Plot relevent, well written, not erotic or fetishy. So much representation but feels natural and normal and very good. This book broke my heart, hard. Firstly, I'm amazed at Donnelly's ability to string the reader along in the best possible way. A few little tastes o...