Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Jana Oliver’s imagination has always had the upper hand Forsaken (The Demon Trappers series) by [Oliver, Jana]. You know that old saying, ‘never judge a book by its cover’, I’m guilty of it. I always fall into the trap – if the cover isn’t amazing I pre-judge. Buy (ebook) Demon Trappers Books Forsaken, Forbidden, Forgiven from Dymocks online BookStore. Find latest reader reviews and much more at.

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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Thankfully the next book in this series is out in August. Cudos for originality as well. The plot is filled with tension and sadness, and occasionally a touch of humor. I loved this book.

I did however really really like Beck! Detailed world with unique paranormal elements? What the hell has he done? Different – very different and Vemon liked that! Riley Blackthorne just needs a chance to prove he… More. View all 4 comments. But, being the first female Demon Trapper is hard.

In Jana Oliver’s young adult fantasy series, the year isand Riley Blackthorne is a year-old trying to make her way in an Atlanta plagued by marauding demons and scheming necromancers. She is not sidelined by any of the tragedies thrown her way. My crush on Beck was almost instantaneous. The “person” I liked best about the book so far was that tiny, bling-addicted Klepto Demon in ninja garb, who miraculously returned to Maybe my rating might have climbed to 3 stars had I had the interest to find out what happened to Riley, Beck, Simon and Peter after Riley’s future had been decided by the Demon Trappers’ Guild.


There’s no doubt that I’m going to read book 2 to see what happens. Forsake was utterly wrong. Instead he’s up top. Dec 14, Peep Pop!

And the overall plot is trapers and surprising from start to finish with liberal sprinklings of great action scenes. She promotes authors and sets up virtual book tours through Enchanted Book Promotions.

Sometimes, it’s better that way. However it was really well written and kept me page turning.

When did they first appear on Earth? Because Riley is seventeen the story is littered with the requisite teenage dramas of boyfriends and bullies and that would be fine trqppers it were balanced well within the story; but it’s not. I mean, if you know the white sphere will stop a Pyro-fiend, why fprsaken just throw it from the beginning I know, right?

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Schools are in old supermarkets or abandoned Starbucks, people ride horses because they don’t have enough money for a car, and there is a whole district with holes in the ground big enough to hole demons down there. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. As it is – I have read pages and struggled for the last 20 or so with the first notions of boredom – my opinion of the book is best represented by 2 stars.

The Demon Trappers Series

Fortunately, humans are protected by trappers, who work to keep homes and streets safe from the things that go bump in the night. You may ask why, and, franklyi don’t really have a reason for it.


Her one decision was a tad dumb, and she risked her life, but who cares. Personal Demons forsakeb Jana Oliver. Well, maybe i do. Appart from those few and small details, the book was good enough.

I like sassy and strong minded heroines and heroes.

The Demon Trappers Series by Jana Oliver

Riley thinks things can’t get worse as video of her escapades hits the net, but another fatal collusion between demons leads to her father’s death. Riley is a fantastic character whom Jana Oliver developed extremely well. I love my fantasy and sci-fi, so I’ve heard it all before — vampires, werewolves, ghosts, demons, the lot.

Because I want more Beck and Riley Forsaken, Forbidden, Forgiven by Jana Oliver. Demons, kicking-ass, cute boys She keeps being put through tests. But “The Demon Trapper’s Daughter” jumped around too much for my logic-loving brain and didn’t strike the right chords for me emotionally to make it work.

I thoughts this book was fast paced. Oh, and remember how she treated Tim? This dystopian world is caused by the economic downturns of countries. The fact that Riley uses sippy-cups to contain them is hilarious.

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