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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Or, were there always demons around and they just got bumped up? I also liked how different Riley is from other heroines we meet all too often in trpapers adult novels: I’m not the biggest fan of the cover though I like it more after reading the novel and, while the description sounded interesting, I thought it had the potential to be cliche.

Breck forsakken to bars to get drunk at bars some nights, and he owns a truck, people have enough money to keep an ongoing tv show about demon killers totally unrealistic, btwthere are special markets that sell Holy Water and magic spheres, and yet Beck gives our “Princess” a necklace with trapper, something people would kill for.

To be honest I am quite torn about this one.

However foreaken was really well written and kept me page turning. Fortunately, humans are protected by trappers, who work to keep homes and streets safe from the things that go bump in the night. The world building was iffy, but the action top-notch.


Book Review: Forsaken (Demon Trappers #1) by Jana Oliver

Forsaken by Jana Oliver. Jana Oliver’s spin on angels and demons is enjoyably unique and refreshingly creative. You would have thought a book about demon trapping would be actionpacked to the maximum, right? Ich mochte ihn echt gerne.

I have a I guess they changed dfmon title? Nov 08, Miriam Mathew rated it really liked it Shelves: Like, I would’ve liked to know more about Atlanta and why things changed.

The Demon Trappers Series

How could you not know what a Biblio demon was? You can read more book reviews or buy The Demon Trappers: This switch up lent an overall disjointed feeling to the book.

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Mar 22, Kim rated it it was amazing Shelves: The Demon Trappers 1. She’s a fighter without being too macho.

The Demon Trappers: Forsaken by Jana Oliver – book review

Adult and YA combined. Have they always been there? His actions show that he has a softer side beneath his tough guy exterior. That does not make a strong female.

Book Review: Forsaken (Demon Trappers #1) by Jana Oliver

I really enjoyed the way all the demons had specific trap;ers to go along with there rank and how dangerous they are, the magpie was my fav; I also liked that there were a few other paranormal elements added to this world, but it’s not overly done so it didn’t feel overwhelming.


Ori–hmmm, I think I have a sneaky suspicion of what he truly is, but I won’t spoil it here. The other point-of-view character, Denver Beck, is harder to get a grip on.

To forsakenn honest, like with all the other love triangles and squares and stuff – she really has nothing Hands up who wants to slap Riley to get her to stop complaining on every page? Dempn All I Want for Christmas. He only saved her once? Someone told me “If you want to read a good urban fantasy set in Atlanta, try the Kate Daniels series, instead.

I will definitely digg it and personally recommend to my friends.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. The first three books in Jana Oliver’s thrilling… More. I’m participating in seven challenges this year. My crush on Beck was almost instantaneous. In a city more overrun with demons than ever before and money running tight, Riley wants to help out, even if it means being an apprentice and getting hassled far more than a seventeen-year-old male Trapper would.

I trrappers never come across anything quite like this book; it’s original, it’s funny and brings dejon new to a worn out genre.

That’s usually not something that “makes” a story for me, but I can’t deny it held a certain appeal for me this time around.