The Forager

The Forager

Ron Scheer / Aug 23, 2019

The Forager It s been thirty years since the economy collapsed and all Dillon has ever known is a world without electricity or medicine living in a community constantly under the threat of starvation as they st

  • Title: The Forager
  • Author: Ron Scheer
  • ISBN: 9781771275606
  • Page: 449
  • Format: ebook
  • It s been thirty years since the economy collapsed, and all Dillon has ever known is a world without electricity or medicine, living in a community constantly under the threat of starvation as they struggle to feed the rest of the country.Orphaned and alone, unsure of his future, Dillon serves as a lookout, watching for the bands of Scavengers that prey on towns like his wIt s been thirty years since the economy collapsed, and all Dillon has ever known is a world without electricity or medicine, living in a community constantly under the threat of starvation as they struggle to feed the rest of the country.Orphaned and alone, unsure of his future, Dillon serves as a lookout, watching for the bands of Scavengers that prey on towns like his while also watching for the mayor s twin sons, who are bent on terrorizing him.When a Forager rides into town, he opens Dillon s eyes to the possibility of a different life And when a Scavenger attack leaves the Forager injured, he sends Dillon out on a mission that may mean the difference between life and death for the mayor s missing daughter Dillon is about to find than a way to help his community he s about to find himself.

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    1. God, I've been so lazy about writing an actual review for this. So here it is. I liked this book, it was an easy read. It didn't pull me in though, so I kept pushing it aside and reading other books instead. I finished it though! I finished it and then procrastinated on writing a review for it for another few weeks. Because I am a lazy lazy girl. First off, I want to thank the author for not giving his characters completely ridiculous names in this dystopia. Dillon, the main character is a likea [...]

    2. I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!Actual Rating 3.5What would you do if people in your town looked at you as good for nothing or a waste of space?What would you do if you were given the opportunity to make a difference?What if you could save the people around you?Would you still do it if almost nobody believed in you?Dillon would.Let me start off by saying that I love the setting of this story. I love the whole idea of it. There were just a few things that bothered [...]

    3. Whew! I finally had the chance to sit down and read it (I've been very busy lately! Sorry!!) and just like that! It's over! I enjoyed this book immensely. I was pleased with the world building and the descriptions! I liked the main character, but most of the other characters never realIy stood out to me as "WOW" sort of characters (if that makes any sense.) Sadly, I didn't really like Chane. She was kind of shallow and kind of got on my nerves a bit. The writing was terrific. I could clearly pic [...]

    4. I thoroughly enjoyed The Forager, finding it hard to put down. As this was my first ebook, I appreciated the convenience of having the story always as close as my phone.The trials and maturation of Dillon in his post-apocalyptic, rural setting were believable and enthralling. Although not necessarily similar stories, The Forager took me on a young person's personal journey, engaging as those found in Catcher in the Rye, and The Basketball Diaries, but without a PG-13 or R rating. And I think Ste [...]

    5. Note: I recieved a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest reviewI quite enjoyed this book. I thought the idea and plot was well thought out and the characters were well written and imagined. Of course I wasn't a giant fan of everything, like the main character wasn't my favorite character in the whole book. He just didn't always make the best decisions and he was a little annoying, but he wasn't unbearable nor was he terrible, so I guess it was okay. I also want to say that [...]

    6. I really enjoyed this book! I like dystopian fiction, but aside from that it's just a good story with a writing style that doesn't distract from the plot at all. Good characters with a lot of room for development. I'm ready for a sequel! Also, I can see everyone from advanced 10 year old readers to adults enjoying it, no worries about profanity etc. Nice debut Mr. Scheer!

    7. ***R4R. Free copy was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Thank you so much for the opportunity!This is one of those times that I wish GoodReads had a half-star rating system because though I enjoyed The Forager for the slow paced story that it was, it left much to be desired. Still, I have to give it 3 stars instead of 2 solely because of the main character, Dillon.Dillon was rational. At the beginning, (view spoiler)[ he shot the deer because the rules that were set in pla [...]

    8. Ron Scheer was kind enough to give me a copy of this book, in exchange for an honest review. I hope it does not disappoint! The Forager takes places in the future, a future where life is hard and uncertain, due to The Collapse – which in when the country fell into economic turmoil after the dollar lost its value. Since then, people have been living in tight knit communities, making a life for themselves by growing and harvesting their own crops. Of course, a portion of their supplies goes to t [...]

    9. Set in a dystopian future, The Forager is the story of young man by the name of Dillon. This is a world recovering from the devastation that an economic disaster caused - resulting in a restructuring of governments and general lifestyles, massive loss of lives, and a shortage of the goods that survivors need towell survive. Dillon, an orphan whose parents died in a wave of illnesses that swept the community, lives in one of the small farming towns that provide food for the whole state - hopefull [...]

    10. I received this book from the author for an honest review.I have started getting more and more into reading dystopian novels. I think when it comes to dystopian, there is a lot of creative avenues that can be taken. It almost doesn't really matter the setting. You can create your own setting and your own reason for why the world ended, and you can't really be wrong.The Forageris no different. One thing I liked about this book is that, unlike some dystopians that use a mass war or environmental e [...]

    11. The Forager is an admirable story, a clever one that is really quite hopeful.I liked that Dillon seemed like a typical kid, one who was bullied but other than that pretty normal. Like anyone rightfully would be, he was going stir-crazy and wanted nothing more than to go out and explore. I liked that he questioned authority, and didn't understand the rules that were placed on them as a society, but also didn't try to subvert the rules--this is something I think is typical of everyone. We whine an [...]

    12. When I started this book I was not quite sure what to expect. It's safe to say that I was not let down. The Forager is an amazing book. It helps you to see that things can change in an instant. It helps you to be greatful for what you have. It helps you see that one day things could change, not for the better but for the worst. Mr. Scheer creates a vivid image of the town and houses and such that he writes about. When Dillion gets bullied you are able to feel his anger and his fear because Mr. S [...]

    13. I seriously and honestly haven't finished this book after nearly two months since I've got a digital version and am not used to it. So, I guess I'll finish this book and review for it later when I get to it eventually:)

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