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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Riley’s story wouldn’t be complete without a love interest I mean, if you know the white sphere will stop a Pyro-fiend, why not just throw it from the beginning I know, right? View all 16 comments. It’s the same old story set in another world.

Not really cons about the book itself, just little 3. Read it and dekon me know what you think, ok? Grave Matters by Jana Oliver. That didn’t make sense at all”. The plot is filled with tension and sadness, and occasionally a touch of humor.

But that doesn’t mean it wasn’t a good book. Why does she hate Beck so much?

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Ich mochte auch Beck ganz gerne. Riley is working a standard job on a Grade One demon in the school library when something goes terribly wrong. It broke my concentration when reading. Jana Oliver is an international and Amazon bestselling author who lives in Atlanta, Georgia. Foretold by Jana Oliver. And trappesr had to read her thoughts a lot. Again, like with so many other books, it’s the hot and popular guys that are always in pain and get treated like crap by supposedly strong females: Riley vemon as much as she can to prove that she’s capable of taking care of herself by holding her own against the demons and the males that dominate the Trapper world she chooses to live in.


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My crush on Beck was almost instantaneous. Nothing romantic happens between these two protagonists but a few hints are dropped and I really hope that sparks fly in the second installment of this series.

One thing’s for sure – if she doesn’t keep her wits about her there’ll be hell to pay Or, at least have an idea! Her one decision was foreaken tad dumb, and she risked her life, but who cares. Her world is practically bursting with creativity.

For the moment, I’m in. Hi there, You have done a great job. 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.

This book just blew me away. Other books in the series. I think I’ve mentioned this several times before. Jana Oliver’s spin ofrsaken angels and demons is enjoyably unique and refreshingly creative.

He’s flawed, and that what I loved about him. Retrieved from ” http: I respect that in a character and look forward to seeing some real growth in up coming books. Fun, entertaining and captivating. Beck was the reason I kept turning the pages.


Her mom is dead from cancer, ok, sad, but how many more people have lost family and friends to cancer? I noticed this mostly with the dialogue which included a trapoers dialect for one character stop with the dialects please! View all 18 comments. It was very repetitive and tiring after a while. The other point-of-view character, Denver Beck, is harder to fordaken a grip on.

I’ve never done a DNF did not finish review before– usually I don’t get far enough into a book I don’t like to actually qualify it as review material.

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.

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Or, were there always demons around and they just got bumped up? Kitten I’m afraid you won’t be able to find one.

We don’t get sex scenes, which might explain how the book keeps it YA designation, but it’s definitely a book for older teens at best.

Usually I’d just be rooting for the guy to get his head eaten off of something.