Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Jana Oliver’s imagination has always had the upper hand Forsaken (The Demon Trappers series) by [Oliver, Jana]. Riley Blackthorne. Kicking hell’s ass one demon at a time Riley has always wanted to be a Demon Trapper like her father, and she’s already following in hi. Riley Blackthorne: kicking Hell’s ass one demon at a time in the first two books in this dark and sexy series In Forsaken: Riley has always wanted to be a De.
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This was an amazing read and I’m honestly looking for I am an official fangirl. I also believe Riley’s envious of all the time Beck gets to be around her father, who has been too busy with demon trapping lately to spend quality time with his daughter.
Did I mention the cute boys? Especially when you are living from trap to trap. I mean, she’s a demon trapper!
In most books there’s always a few fabulous guys to fall for, and this one is no different with 3 guys to look out for: So, it took me a while to finish this book.
A level three demon would like nothing more than to have you as its next meal. Trivia About Forsaken The Dem Mostly, my 3’s are either 2.
I think she’s an incredibly strong leading lady; who manages tears, laughter and love on a daily basis, as well as juggling mundane human activities like shopping for clothes and going to school with the life of a trapper. There are plenty of those in this book.
One thing’s for sure – if she doesn’t keep her wits about her there’ll be hell to pay Sometimes that annoys me. You get enough back story, but not in a boring too much information way.
Not really cons about the book itself, just little 3. Suspenseful, scary and the love – it keeps you going.
The Demon Trappers Series by Jana Oliver
Some may not like Riley’s attitude towards Denver Beck, her father’s twenty-two-year-old apprentice, but I think her feelings are pretty justified. But “The Demon Trapper’s Daughter” jumped around too much for demob logic-loving brain and didn’t strike the right chords for me emotionally to make it work.
But I’m so glad I gave this book a chance because this was a case where my experience with the book ended up being completely different from those reviews I read. Her one decision was a tad dumb, and she risked her life, but who cares. Shelve Demon Trappers Books Blackthorne is forced to grow up really quickly in this book but she handles it extremely well.
Her young age was comically illustrated a few times such as when she was worried about having to go to school with green demon pee all over. Jana — you better tie this love story up! But what upstanding Trapper would want to do that? I don’t usually overly boost about More like a 4. She was whiny and very, very self-centered.
Forsaken (The Demon Trappers, #1) by Jana Oliver
Feb 06, DayDreamer rated it it was ok. But these characters couldn’t be more different, and I don’t just mean the age difference, so it made a for a distinct reading experience. 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.
The characters are really likable and sassy. Why does she hate Beck so much? Beck, Simon and Ori; all with their own appeals. Extremely high levels of angst leading to incredibly stupid decisions. In this dystopian world angels, demons, Heaven and Hell aren’t a matter of faith, but known for a fact to exist.
Nov 12, Eilonwy rated it it was ok Shelves: It moved a bit too fast, and I felt Simon was lacking that extra special something that would have made him stand out. Nov 19, Maria V.