Friday, July 22, 2011

The Demon Trapper's Daughter (The Demon Trappers #1) by Jana Oliver

The Demon Trapper's Daughter (The Demon Trappers #1)

The Demon Trapper's Daughter by Jana Oliver

Demon Trapper Riley Blackthorne just needs a chance to prove herself—and that’s exactly what Lucifer is counting on… 

It’s the year 2018, and with human society seriously disrupted by the economic upheavals of the previous decade, Lucifer has increased the number of demons in all major cities. Atlanta is no exception. Fortunately, humans are protected by Demon Trappers, who work to keep homes and streets safe from the things that go bump in the night. Seventeen-year-old Riley, only daughter of legendary Demon Trapper Paul Blackthorne, has always dreamed of following in her father’s footsteps. When she’s not keeping up with her homework or trying to manage her growing attraction to fellow Trapper apprentice, Simon, Riley’s out saving citizens from Grade One Hellspawn. Business as usual, really, for a demon-trapping teen. When a Grade Five Geo-Fiend crashes Riley’s routine assignment at a library, jeopardizing her life and her chosen livelihood, she realizes that she’s caught in the middle of a battle between Heaven and Hell.


I will give The Demon Trapper's Daughter by Jana Oliver 5/5 stars for being truly amazing. 

I genuinely enjoyed The Demon Trapper's Daughter all the way through (my book is the American version, which means the first book in the series has a different name). Riley is truly an inspiration. I don’t know many girls that age that can go through as much as she did and still be able to wake-up every morning without giving up. I really look forward to reading the next book in the series and seeing what other trouble awaits Riley. When I say trouble, I mean, I would rather see more demons trying to kill her. Please no more deaths! This poor girl has seen more people killed and injured around her to last a life time. Though, I have a feeling, this is only the beginning. Poor Riley. 

I originally posted this review February 18, 2012 on

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