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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Oh, I can’t forget the cute Magpie demones, who steal shiny objects and flip you the bird. I guess they changed the title? Riley has made a bargain with Heaven, and now the… More. View all 9 comments.

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

Which is great because I’ll be needing my sweet tea fix. Why was Harper allowed to get away with so much?? The plot is filled with tension and sadness, and occasionally a touch of humor.

I loved Beck’s parts. Simon, the angelic apprentice who has heaven on his side; Beck, the tough trapper who thinks he’s God’s gift, and Ori, the strikingly sexy stranger who keeps turning up to save her ass. Grave Matters by Jana Oliver. See all 9 questions about Forsaken…. Majanka is twenty-six years old and she’s loved reading from the moment she finished her first trapoers.


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forsakeb View all 16 comments. Demons range from harmless little magpies that steal odd items from your home to monstrosities that have to be hunted down with holy water and lots of weapons. I think I made that sound worse than it is.

To be revealed in the next installment, but dang, he’s gorgeous eye candy too.

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

Wow, I thought I’d have more. And lastly, why does she want to be a trapper so bad? Beck is tough but a bit of a loner. Forsaken, Forbidden, Forgiven by Jana Oliver.

Really, we did I didn’t find her grief period very believable. Well rounded and realistic It was very repetitive and tiring after a while. This series has absolutely everything: But Jana Oliver’s The Demon Trapper’s Daughter is unusual in that I made it trappres of the way before giving it up as being too irritating to be worth the effort to finish.

That didn’t make sense at all”. Breck goes 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 metal, something people would kill for.


Return to Book Page. Should I read the second book if I love reading challenges! But that doesn’t mean it trpapers a good book.

It’s hard not to think of ‘Supernatural’ when demons are mentioned especially with all the hype around ‘Demonland’, the demon hunting TV show frsaken Oliver’s story. Oder zu allen Dreien?

But I persevered beyond the language, despite my feeling that it wasn’t right for the age designation, because I kept hoping for the payoff. I really enjoyed this book Anyway, this year I’m extremely excited about a few new series, “Nevermore” and “Hex Hall.

He’s flawed, and that what I loved about him. His actions show that he has a softer side beneath his tough guy exterior. Book two in the series is eagerly awaited. It’s worth it in my opinion.