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  • Paperback: 416 pages
  • Publisher: Macmillan Children's Books (1 Mar. 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0330519492
  • ISBN-13: 978-0330519496
  • Product Dimensions: 12.9 x 2.7 x 19.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 99,346 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Praise for the Demon Trappers: "Devilishly clever and totally unique." - PC Cast, "New York Times" bestselling author of the House of Night series, on "The Demon Trapper's Daughter""Riley Blackthorne is all heart and no nonsense! She will no doubt join the ranks of the toughest, smartest urban fantasy heroines of all ages." - Jeri Smith-Ready, award-winning author of "Shade" and "Shift, ""on The Demon Trapper's Daughter""The eternal war between good and evil finds a new battlefront in this successful urban fantasy, as Oliver spins the action-packed story of a young woman following in her father's footsteps... With a strong female heroine, a fascinating setting, and a complex, thrill-soaked story, this series is off to a strong start." - "Publishers Weekly" on "The Demon Trapper's Daughter""Oliver's series start will suck you in from the first page, keeping you awake at night wondering what will happen next...thrilling, filled with action and a side of romance." - "RT Reviews" (4 stars) "on The Demon Trapper's Daughter""Oliver offers plenty to appreciate in this inventive twist on the story of a girl breaking into a man's career field, including a nifty demon-classification system; a freaky zombie-creation business; a romantic undercurrent between Riley and her father's ex-partner, Beck... and a subplot with an earnest young suitor. Readers will delight in the novelty and eagerly await the next book in this proposed series." - "Booklist" on "The Demon Trapper's Daughter" "This was a really entertaining Young Adult Urban Fantasy novel with interesting characters and the kind of writing that has you wanting to read the entire book through in one setting. A great beginning to a series, and as the series continues, I'm sure the books will just get better. I recommend this to the Young Adult and Adult crowd as well." - "Affaire de Coeur" (4 stars) on "The Demon Trapper's Daughter""The rock 'em-sock 'em, cliffhanger ending.... A strong female prot

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Jana Oliver’s imagination has always had the upper hand despite her attempts to house-train it. When she’s not on the road tromping around old cemeteries, she can be found in Atlanta, Georgia, with her husband and far too many books.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Sarah (Feeling Fictional) TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 29 Mar. 2012
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Poor Riley hasn't had the easiest time of things recently and as both Heaven and Hell seem to have their sights set on her it doesn't look like it's going to get better any time soon. She is struggling to cope with the betrayals of both her ex-boyfriend Simon and Ori who lied to her about everything so she doesn't know who she can trust or where to turn. At least her father is safe with Mort and her best friend Peter is there when she needs him. As she comes under investigation from the Church Hunter's who think she has allied herself with Hell Riley is determined to solve the mystery of the fake Holy water to help prove her innocence. With Armageddon just around the corner can Riley work out just what she needs to do to prevent the end of the world?

If you've read my reviews for Forsaken (US title: The Demon Trapper's Daughter) or Forbidden (US title: Soul Thief) then you'll already know how much I love this series. It's by far one of the best YA paranormal series that I've read so I couldn't wait to get started on Forgiven. Thankfully Jana Oliver didn't disappoint me and this was the best book yet! There is literally so much going on in this series that the books are almost impossible to put down when you've started them. I don't know how I'm going to survive the wait until August for the final book Foretold!

Riley is a fantastic heroine and a character that I love. She isn't perfect and makes mistakes (I think most of us were shouting at the pages telling her not to do what she did with Ori at the end of the second book!) but that just makes her easier to relate to. She has done a lot of growing up since the series began and it's good to see her gaining confidence in her abilities.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ms. C. A. Anderson VINE VOICE on 12 May 2012
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We begin exactly as we left off from book 2, in the shocking sight of Riley's father, the great and respected Paul Blackthorne standing before Riley. The shock for both us and her has not worn off and we feel brave Riley's resolve turn to emotion as she is once again in the arms of her reanimated father. His presence with necromancer Mort providing a safe haven for him for the moment but his mere presence proving that the battle with The Prince of Darkness: Lucifer and co. Is anything but over.

Once again we easily slip into the world of Riley, demon trapping and fallen angels. With Ori now set in stone he off Riley's back for the moment but the consequences of their night together run deep with both the guild and our favourite trapper; Beck. Not to mention that the rumors of her father working for hell as well as her presence at every huge disaster is making her a target for trouble with both the demon hunters, the guild and the Vatican.

While dealing with proving her innocence in it all, her favours to both Heaven and Hell are both revealed in the form of markings on her arms, with it uncovering a destiny of those favours which see a show down of epic proportions with demons which don't die on hallowed ground or with holy water, fallen angels and heaven and hell. There is a lot going on and its clear we are just scratching the surface of the bigger picture to still to come.

And meanwhile, in amongst all the carnage and demon slaying, father saving and magic working, we see the chemistry unfold between brave and beautiful Riley and gallant hero Beck. The two finally showing that their love hate relationtionship runs more to the side of love in a number of fragmented moments in between all the action.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By J. Bullock on 26 Feb. 2012
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As her other two books have proven, Jana Oliver is a fabulous author. When the third installment in this wonderful series came to me, I was so excited! Read it in a day! Was brilliant! The story flowed on from the last two, and did not just feel like a 'filler'
Wonderful writing, realistic and lovable characters, good twist on 'paranormal' genre for teenagers. Every single teenager should have a copy of this on their shelves!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By @Scattered_Laura on 24 May 2012
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The third instalment of The Demon Trappers series is my favourite of the awesome series so far. Riley Blackthorne has done a whole lot of growing up over the course of the series and, if you've been following my reviews, you'll know that I felt she needed to grow up in order for things between her and Beck, her father's young trapping partner, to flourish.

It was great to see things developing between Beck and Riley, but things are still bumpy. The conclusion of the book had me nigh-on ripping my hair out in delightful frustration!

This book also saw the best character development of the auxiliary characters. Peter, Riley's best friend, had far more presence in this book and I'm glad that their friendship has remained strong. Too many books suggest that platonic friendships between male and female characters are impossible, (think of Simon and Clary in The Mortal Instruments or Bella and Jacob in the Twilight series), but this series has avoided that, which I like.

I loved the development of Mort (a necromancer with a heart of gold) and Ayden (Riley's trusty witch pal) in Forgiven. Oh, and Master Stewart, one of the grand-master trappers is just awesome! They've been great characters throughout, but they were far more note-worthy in this instalment.

Justine, the red-haired reporter who had my fists clenching in book two was back in Forgiven and she was just as vile. Seriously, if she doesn't get her ass handed to her by a demon some time soon, I'll consider it the one flaw of the series! She's such a grade-A b-word!

In Forbidden, Jana Oliver began subverting the common ideas of good and evil and she continues this in Forgiven. The characters and beings I expected to hate were often drawn with subtle sympathy.
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