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The Thrilling Conclusion to the Forager Trilogy Eighteen-year-old Ethan Jones, Nanako, and the other foragers have fled Newhome after being accused of being terrorists. However, with Captain Smithson's parting words of "Don't forget us," ringing in their minds, they realise the only way to save Newhome from the Hamamachi Rangers and their Skel allies is to document and expos The Thrilling Conclusion to the Forager Trilogy Eighteen-year-old Ethan Jones, Nanako, and the other foragers have fled Newhome after being accused of being terrorists. However, with Captain Smithson's parting words of "Don't forget us," ringing in their minds, they realise the only way to save Newhome from the Hamamachi Rangers and their Skel allies is to document and expose the Rangers' villainy. Yet what sounds like a workable plan is nothing of the sort, for they have to journey into the very heart of Skel territory to obtain the information they need. Leigh's warning that "nothing ever goes as you want or plan it to," turns out to be prophetic. An assassin, a botched raid, and the Skel and Rangers stopping at nothing to prevent them from revealing the Rangers' activities all complicate matters. To add to their woes, a word whispered in Ethan's ear by a new addition to their party brings his world crashing down about his ears. Moreover, should he share this information with Nanako, all her hopes and dreams for the future will be destroyed as well. The question is - how long can he keep such a secret from her?


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The Thrilling Conclusion to the Forager Trilogy Eighteen-year-old Ethan Jones, Nanako, and the other foragers have fled Newhome after being accused of being terrorists. However, with Captain Smithson's parting words of "Don't forget us," ringing in their minds, they realise the only way to save Newhome from the Hamamachi Rangers and their Skel allies is to document and expos The Thrilling Conclusion to the Forager Trilogy Eighteen-year-old Ethan Jones, Nanako, and the other foragers have fled Newhome after being accused of being terrorists. However, with Captain Smithson's parting words of "Don't forget us," ringing in their minds, they realise the only way to save Newhome from the Hamamachi Rangers and their Skel allies is to document and expose the Rangers' villainy. Yet what sounds like a workable plan is nothing of the sort, for they have to journey into the very heart of Skel territory to obtain the information they need. Leigh's warning that "nothing ever goes as you want or plan it to," turns out to be prophetic. An assassin, a botched raid, and the Skel and Rangers stopping at nothing to prevent them from revealing the Rangers' activities all complicate matters. To add to their woes, a word whispered in Ethan's ear by a new addition to their party brings his world crashing down about his ears. Moreover, should he share this information with Nanako, all her hopes and dreams for the future will be destroyed as well. The question is - how long can he keep such a secret from her?

30 review for Expatriate

  1. 5 out of 5

    Tamara

    Once again, Peter R. Stone shows that he can write an action-packed, suspenseful story that will keep the reader on the edge of their seat and turning each page in anticipation of what is going to happen next. In this thrilling conclusion to the Forager Trilogy, the action is more intense, the Rangers get what they deserve and the Skel (although still smelly and gross) get taken down - FINALLY! Also, a new girl arrives on the scene, Madison, and gives Ethan shocking information that shatters his Once again, Peter R. Stone shows that he can write an action-packed, suspenseful story that will keep the reader on the edge of their seat and turning each page in anticipation of what is going to happen next. In this thrilling conclusion to the Forager Trilogy, the action is more intense, the Rangers get what they deserve and the Skel (although still smelly and gross) get taken down - FINALLY! Also, a new girl arrives on the scene, Madison, and gives Ethan shocking information that shatters his world and threatens his marriage to Nanako. And finally we get the answer to the question we have all been asking - who the heck shot Ethan? - and I for one did not see that coming. At. All. All this excitement and thrills are waiting for you as you open up this third and final installment to what I have found to be perhaps my favorite dystopian trilogy to date. I will miss Ethan, Nanako and the team and the fantastic journey I took with them. With vivid descriptions of a war-torn society and characters that are relatable, I could not help but become totally engrossed in the world that Mr. Stone has created. So, thank you Mr. Stone for writing a series that is not only "clean" and suitable for all age groups, but for also providing this reader a thrilling escape from reality. - See more at: The Avid Book Collector

  2. 5 out of 5

    Doug

    I thoroughly enjoyed reading Expatriate. Book #3 in the Forager series continued the saga of Ethan, Nanako, and crew. The writing was top notch, and the editing was solid. Stone's level of writing is remarkable, and seemed to keep getting better with each addition to the series. He developed characters and a plot lines that made me genuinely interested to see what happened next. I thoroughly enjoyed reading Expatriate. Book #3 in the Forager series continued the saga of Ethan, Nanako, and crew. The writing was top notch, and the editing was solid. Stone's level of writing is remarkable, and seemed to keep getting better with each addition to the series. He developed characters and a plot lines that made me genuinely interested to see what happened next.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Scott Sammons

    Very good! Aside from a few small word commissions, some wrong word choices, and various minor punctuation foibles, this series ROCKS! The addition of the Forager Impersonator trilogy fully rounds out these endearing characters. The world building is first rate, dialogue is mostly fresh and gives many characters their own unique voices, the descriptions are rich without being overly long or cloying. I am a big fan, and have bought all published works from this author available on Kindle. It is a Very good! Aside from a few small word commissions, some wrong word choices, and various minor punctuation foibles, this series ROCKS! The addition of the Forager Impersonator trilogy fully rounds out these endearing characters. The world building is first rate, dialogue is mostly fresh and gives many characters their own unique voices, the descriptions are rich without being overly long or cloying. I am a big fan, and have bought all published works from this author available on Kindle. It is a very rare author that can publish a finely polished work without the support of a substantial professional staff. Peter Stone is very good but not yet perfect.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Dinnl

    Good ending. The characters grew some which is reasonable for the age group. I enjoyed the worldbuilding in the series. It seems like there should be more to say about the city states of old Melbourne.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jay Hayes

    A nice series This series has interesting characters as well as an intriguing storyline. With lots of action and suspense it will keep you interested

  6. 5 out of 5

    Patrick Cox

    I really enjoyed this series. I love these end of the world dystopian after the fall kind of books. There was little too much light profanity that took away from enjoying the story though.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Ilana

    Title: Expatriate Author: Peter R Stone Publisher/Year: Peter R Stone 10/21/14 Length: 236 pages Series: Forager #3 Overview The Thrilling Conclusion to the Forager Trilogy Eighteen-year-old Ethan Jones, Nanako, and the other foragers have fled Newhome after being accused of being terrorists. However, with Captain Smithson's parting words of "Don't forget us," ringing in their minds, they realise the only way to save Newhome from the Hamamachi Rangers and their Skel allies is to document and expose th Title: Expatriate Author: Peter R Stone Publisher/Year: Peter R Stone 10/21/14 Length: 236 pages Series: Forager #3 Overview The Thrilling Conclusion to the Forager Trilogy Eighteen-year-old Ethan Jones, Nanako, and the other foragers have fled Newhome after being accused of being terrorists. However, with Captain Smithson's parting words of "Don't forget us," ringing in their minds, they realise the only way to save Newhome from the Hamamachi Rangers and their Skel allies is to document and expose the Rangers' villainy. Yet what sounds like a workable plan is nothing of the sort, for they have to journey into the very heart of Skel territory to obtain the information they need. Leigh's warning that "nothing ever goes as you want or plan it to," turns out to be prophetic. An assassin, a botched raid, and the Skel and Rangers stopping at nothing to prevent them from revealing the Rangers' activities all complicate matters. To add to their woes, a word whispered in Ethan's ear by a new addition to their party brings his world crashing down about his ears. Moreover, should he share this information with Nanako, all her hopes and dreams for the future will be destroyed as well. The question is - how long can he keep such a secret from her? My Thoughts Well.....i wish that i like this final installment as much as i liked bits of the others, but as you guys can see (and if you keep tabs on my via goodreads) - i've been trying to finish this book for quite some time. FINALLY - on a flight home today i finished it. THANK GOODNESS. There were good bits, don't get me wrong, but i think that there was too much going on. As you'll remember (or maybe you need the refresher), Ethan's memory has begun to come back, working to solidify his relationship with Nanako. Of course, it also means that he's left with weird holes in what went on over the past years, but that's ok. He's learning about himself and who Nanako is and that's what matters now since at least he finds that his feelings for her are consistent. That aside, there's still all the stuff going on with being kicked out of Newhome - and being hunted by the Militia, Rangers, Custodians, Skel - just about everyone and anything is after him and wants him dead. So this is where we find ourselves in this finale. Ethan, Nanako, the other foragers and a new custodian that they've picked up along the way who's also an echolocator set out on a mission to prove that the Rangers from Himamachi are behind the Skel attacks and recruitment of slaves in the hopes that it'll create peace and give them all a place to live in the future. Of course nothing's ever that easy since they are constantly being tested. Their friendships, their trust in each other, relationships (romantic and otherwise) and really the questions pile up and up. Who was behind Ethan's 'accident' and who wants them dead. Of those that seem like they are supporting the cause - are they really or do they have their own motives? We see a LOT of battle in this last book - a lot of sneak attacks, scheming, plotting and people going rogue. I think that's where i'm lost. We find out a bit more of who the Skel are and what makes them as they are - but i still don't think that we quite ever find the answer on their evolution and why they have slaves. Why they developed their armor and why they are so barbaric. Anyhow, i still feel like it's an incomplete story even though we get the 'epilogue' of sorts. We see where civilization is going and who's still alive to make it flourish. But...we don't see what happens really to a lot of the folks that we met along the way. I think that the one thing that we do learn is who was behind a lot of the atrocity - and it's completely expected. I knew that it was going to be someone that was woven throughout the story - and i think that it was rather anti-climactic on what happened to them. On that note - clearly i'm not getting too deep on this review and that's because i feel like there's nothing too deep to get into. It was average for a finale and that's a shame since i think that Forager was a great launching pad - but that could just be my own thing. I'd love to hear anyone else's thoughts if you guys have read this though - maybe i missed something since it's taken me so long to read this one.

  8. 4 out of 5

    juliette dempsey

    Great series I enjoyed this series a lot and I would recommend this to anyone who loves post apocalyptic fiction. Good character driven plotlines and a well rounded story. I look forward to more from this author

  9. 4 out of 5

    Cody Neese

    Great book The author has made this one the most action packed book so far. He did a good job at keeping the story on track and giving you snippets of info so you can piece together the who back story. He kept the book clean and kept you interested. When you look back at the first book you can see how much he has progressed he has given life to a piece of paper with words. He is one author I have no complaints about he is a good writer and he is not a person that makes a book with cursing or inap Great book The author has made this one the most action packed book so far. He did a good job at keeping the story on track and giving you snippets of info so you can piece together the who back story. He kept the book clean and kept you interested. When you look back at the first book you can see how much he has progressed he has given life to a piece of paper with words. He is one author I have no complaints about he is a good writer and he is not a person that makes a book with cursing or inappropriate material. I would like just to say Thanks to Peter R. Stone for writing this and for keeping it clean because now a days you cannot find a book that doesn't involve sex, cussing, and drugs. It is important to lead by example to show them that they don't have to do that stuff to become famous.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Rob

    I received a copy of the trilogy in exchange for an honest review. Loved it!! It was great to read all three in rapid succession. I particularly enjoyed the characters which were well developed and the setting which was imaginative and detailed. It was easy to read, exciting straight away and even though it took three books for Ethan to get his memory to gradually return, I had immense patience as I care deeply for Ethan and Nana-Chan and wished them well. A few things bugged me, but did not tak I received a copy of the trilogy in exchange for an honest review. Loved it!! It was great to read all three in rapid succession. I particularly enjoyed the characters which were well developed and the setting which was imaginative and detailed. It was easy to read, exciting straight away and even though it took three books for Ethan to get his memory to gradually return, I had immense patience as I care deeply for Ethan and Nana-Chan and wished them well. A few things bugged me, but did not take away from the books. For example, it did not seem that Ethan's friends were aware of his being missing for a year. But net, you can't go wrong with this trilogy. Easy to read, exciting straight away and riveting.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jodi Woody

    Expatriate is the last book in the "Forager" series. I read them all and loved the books. I was given the first two by the author and enjoyed them so much, I purchased this last one. A great YA dystopian series. There is no swearing and the only sexual contents is implied. There is fighting and violence in the stories. At this point in time, societies have built up in different ways in different walled cities. Our two main characters are trying to bring the truth to light about what is happening Expatriate is the last book in the "Forager" series. I read them all and loved the books. I was given the first two by the author and enjoyed them so much, I purchased this last one. A great YA dystopian series. There is no swearing and the only sexual contents is implied. There is fighting and violence in the stories. At this point in time, societies have built up in different ways in different walled cities. Our two main characters are trying to bring the truth to light about what is happening and what has happened by city officials. Though this series is done, I will definitely be reading more by this author. I can recommend for ages 14 and up.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    Expatriate is the last book in the Trilogy. Fantastic read that gave me everything that I wanted and more! This trilogy was a lot better than I expected and I am very happy about this trilogy. Peter R.Stone is a very talented author who can take a story and made it into an experience. I absolutely love this Trilogy and would Recommend this book to anyone who loves dysatopian books or just a person who loves reading trilogy's! I received a free copy (from the author) for an Honest review. Expatriate is the last book in the Trilogy. Fantastic read that gave me everything that I wanted and more! This trilogy was a lot better than I expected and I am very happy about this trilogy. Peter R.Stone is a very talented author who can take a story and made it into an experience. I absolutely love this Trilogy and would Recommend this book to anyone who loves dysatopian books or just a person who loves reading trilogy's! I received a free copy (from the author) for an Honest review.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Sally Hannoush

    The third book in the series is nothing but non-stop action. I felt like I was watching a movie inside my head while I was reading. I enjoyed getting to know the characters even more- both their past and present selves. Things got a lot worse before it got better but the ending had its "happy ending." The third book in the series is nothing but non-stop action. I felt like I was watching a movie inside my head while I was reading. I enjoyed getting to know the characters even more- both their past and present selves. Things got a lot worse before it got better but the ending had its "happy ending."

  14. 5 out of 5

    Carly Kirk

    Satisfying A very satisfying ending to the Forager series, but I really like the idea that the author is willing to consider continuing Ethan and Nanako's story if readers ask for it.... well, I'm definitely asking! Since it will be a while before that may happen, I'm looking forward to reading some of his other books. Satisfying A very satisfying ending to the Forager series, but I really like the idea that the author is willing to consider continuing Ethan and Nanako's story if readers ask for it.... well, I'm definitely asking! Since it will be a while before that may happen, I'm looking forward to reading some of his other books.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Tracy Cuchia

    Pleasantly Surprised My preference in sci fiction books are usually about outer space. I read this on world trilogy from good recommendations. They were telling the truth. Its easy reading filled with action. I enjoyed the story

  16. 5 out of 5

    Wayne

    I have really enjoyed this series. The characters are great, the plot interesting, and plenty of action, surprises, twists, and turns. I have really enjoyed it and thoroughly recommend it. I have read some excellent Dyostopian books recently and this series is up there with the best of them.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jojo Nicholas

    very good trilogy

  18. 5 out of 5

    Mary Ann

    A good finish to this series. It would be easy to see starting a new series with one of the other strong characters in the book.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Truitti

    Excellent end of the trilogy. it makes me wonder how the characters are as adults. One of my new favorite books. I borrowed this book through the Kindle Owners lending library program.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jonny Illuminati

    I really hate Ethan Jones, but highly enjoyed this series.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Sharon Kennedy

  22. 4 out of 5

    Don Gedenk

  23. 4 out of 5

    Karim Sultan

  24. 5 out of 5

    April Coleman

  25. 5 out of 5

    matt westgate

  26. 4 out of 5

    Stvanme

  27. 4 out of 5

    Victor

  28. 5 out of 5

    Clive Hayman

  29. 5 out of 5

    Betty Dunlap

  30. 4 out of 5

    Charles Franklin

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