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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I’ll admit that some parts were pretty hard to get through because the pacing felt really action-packed in some places and slow-dragging in others, but it’s still a book worth picking up! Books like The Hunger Games and Divergent worked for me because there was a logic to the story as well as a good emotional payoff.
And then there is the character of Riley herself. I am going to read the next book in the series in the hopes that both Riley and the writing improve enough hhe match the fantastic worldbuilding and plotting.
Thus, Riley is an oddity in that she kicks ass and is highly I. Despite the beginning, the love part of the plot got more or less settled quickly at least until the next book and without any dramatics. Testing her position thf a trapper in the Guild and testing her ability to handle pain and sadness surrounding friends and family.
I adored the Klepto-Fiends with their little bags and how they’re attracted to shinny baubles. Sep 20, Ryan Buckby rated it really liked it.
I wanted her to be more kick-ass. Personal Demons by Jana Oliver. Even though “forsaken” was slow paced at times, I did like it, and I can’t wait to see what will happen next!
A level three demon would like nothing more than to have you as its next meal. I did find myself swooning a bit over him too! Foraaken I want more Beck and Riley Whatever happened to majority ruled?
He abuses his apprentices, is a raging alcoholic, and is a major fucking asshole. The world building was iffy, but the action top-notch. But Riley does get beaten up in these fights and nearly dies at one point.
Forsaken (The Demon Trappers, #1) by Jana Oliver
I think I’ve mentioned this several times before. I won’t do it! Maybe that was the point? In the fourth Demon Trappers novel, Riley faces t… More. What I didn’t like: She’s head-strong, stubborn, funny, caring and trying so hard to prove herself in a very traditional all-male guild. I usually pick one of the guys who are potential love interests and start crushing on them, then I cheer them on.
Demon trapped, end of story. The ending is just a l Different – very different and I liked that! He brings a lot of life into this world. This was an amazing read and I’m honestly looking forward to read the next book in the series. They were together after seeing each other, like what, two or three times? Shelve The Demon Trappers: Oh, I can’t forget the cute Magpie demones, who steal shiny objects and flip you the bird.
Not really cons about the book itself, just little 3.
The book has just the right amount of world building and action. I’ve gotten a taste of Nightshade, Stork, Wither, Iron Thorn – with many still on the too read list – I can’t say this new series by Jana Oliver is the best of the year. On a personal note: Open Preview See a Problem?
The Demon Trappers Series
Kitten Well, you can see what the general rating is by looking at the stars right below the title. I did enjoy it.
Forsaken by Jana Oliver at Amazon. Good because it gave a different point of view and set of opinions to the same scene.