Editorial Reviews. Review. “Oliver delivers a book that will delight her series fans. Adventurous and hypnotic adds more drama and adult content to this. In FORETOLD, the fourth Demon Trappers novel by Jana Oliver, Riley faces the final battle for humanity and Beck’s heart―and Hell is the least of her problems. Editorial Reviews. Review. “Oliver delivers a book that will delight her series fans. Adventurous Foretold: The Demon Trappers 4 – Kindle edition by Jana Oliver. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Foretold by Jana Oliver. After their passionate kiss before the big battle in the cemetery, Beck is back to treating her like a little girl, as if nothing ever happened.

As chaos breaks loose, Riley may loiver Beck’s only hope for redemption. Riley and Beck face a stormy future, as Lucifer’s ex-right-hand-man, Sartael, proves himself to be more resilient than anyone thought. He has Atlanta in his grip and is about to begin a brutal war with the prince of Hell. As the seconds tick down toward a final confrontation, it’s up to Riley and the foretlld she loves to finally defeat their old enemy, or lose everything flretold fought for.


The Demon Trappers olived. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Foretoldplease jans up. Lists with This Book. Feb 24, rathanak rated hana it was amazing. View all 11 comments. Reviewing a last book in the series is never easy or especially fun.

Fortunately for jsna, Jana Oliver gave me a lot to write about, all of it good. She may have given up her soul to avoid the Armageddon, but her heart still knows where it stands. There are human enemies to defeat and demons to foreyold. Once again Oliver entertains with the wide variety of creatures she’s created: Although Oliver always experimented with language, she took it a step further in Foretold.

His pronunciation was changing depending on his mood, location and company. His grammar would deteriorate every time he was under stress, which was most easily noticeable in his pronunciation of pronouns.

I need to say a few words about Riley Blackthorne as well. It is almost sad that the series is ending now that Oliver finally found solid ground to stand on with her.

It says on the cover that this is a book for older audience and I tend to agree, though I generally dislike such limitations. Sometimes sex is just sex and Jana Oliver never shied away from it.

One of her characters is a twenty-something-year-old war veteran after all, and not one that is happy with sitting alone in his apartment, watching game shows and drinking orange juice. The Demon Trappers series is balancing a fine line between YA and adult urban fantasy, which worked perfectly for me, and hopefully it will for those forteold you who have yet to give it a chance.


Also posted at The Nocturnal Library View all 4 comments. Mar 25, Jennifer Armentrout marked it as to-read. View all 5 comments. Mar 03, Katy rated it really liked it. Three stars for first half. Five stars for second half. Let me start off by saying I was looking forward to this book for one reason and one reason only – Denver Beck.

But I have to say, it was pretty much everything else that won me over at the end. I was a bit disappointed with the first half of the book. olivee

Foretold (The Demon Trappers, #4) by Jana Oliver

I know this book was supposed to be about Beck, and it was meant to give us insight on his troubled past, and I understand that it explained why he jaba the way he is. BUT for some reason, I jus Three stars for first half. I can’t really say, “He’s not the same guy,” because duh, obviously, he’s not, but I was expecting this insight would just make me say “awww” and totally melt for him.

I felt the first half was a fkretold out-of-place in this series. The whole series was full of action and drama as Riley and Beck discovered who they were as find their place lliver the demon trapping business in a complicated world of angel politics. But the first half took us to the country with depressing parent issues and a murder mystery. Yes, in the end, it did have a stretched tie-in to the paranormal world, but like I said, it’s out of place.

Perhaps this would have been better if it had been written as a prequel. I know the story would be a bit different, and it won’t be about Beck having closure. But still, I think I would have enjoyed it more if all his history jans packaged and presented differently, while the last book focused more on the rest of it.

It olvier getting really good after Beck had what would be as much closure as he would have when he tearily spoke those words to his mother and as everyone headed back to Atlanta. The the story continued building to pure awesomeness. I can’t even put into words what an amazing job Oliver did with ending this series. The second half had everything that the first half lacked that I loved so much about the whole series – kick-ass action battling demons, an intriguing complex world of angel politics foretopd it took me a while to remember all the details that totally sucks you in, the involvement of the Grand Masters and others in demon trapping, the uncertainty that leaves you guessing what people’s true intentions are and what side they were actually on, and of course, that chemistry between not only Riley and Beck but that connection with all the other characters that are involved in foretolf lives.

I think the best written character in this book was Ori. First of all, Beck had me from Chapter 2 voretold Book 1, and I never strayed from him throughout foretood whole series. I never trusted Ori when he innocently came into jan picture, and I did not swoon over foretood while everyone was lost by his charming personality.


However, I did always believe that he had feelings for Riley, which made him make some of the decisions he did. It really tied everything about his whole presence in this series together. Too often these days, authors write a book that is supposed to be a stand-alone, somehow manage to make it a series, stretch it out where it can’t go any further and produce a disappointing flop at the end.

The first half of this book didn’t do it for me, but the second half was everything but that. This book had a lot of character development on already strongly built characters, a plot that managed to stay enact and intriguing throughout the whole series, and the best part, and end that not only ties everything together but comes full circle. I can’t write this part without spoiling the book, but the memory of Paul Blackthorne, the scene in hell, the gargoyle, the Grand Master offer, even Riley’s library scene – everything was olivwr neatly from the first page of the first book.

An incredible job jaha Oliver’s part, and I am SO sad to see an end to such a great series. View all 60 comments.

Apr 04, Caity rated it liked it Shelves: Written a long tome ago in hopes that the book would be good: Ok so you know how Beck calls Riley Princess? What if her favor forstold Lucifer is to become the Princess of Hell?

Or you know, not. Jsna like Second in Command type thing. I mean Ori’s position is open isn’t it? I doubt that it olkver better than a 1 star. The book is actually two different stories crudely glued together with Elmers’s. The firs Written a long tome ago in hopes that the book would be good: The first part is my favorite. It does not fit at all into the series but it was the most interesting. We finally get to see more about Beck’s past when he goes back to his hometown.

I read through this part super fast. It didn’t lag and answered questions I had about Beck. First part of book gets 3 stars. The latter half of the book is super boring. It’s seriously the same as the previous book.

It took me forever to get through this part. None of it was interesting and I almost gave up. There was a big epic battle at the end that sucked.

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Riley is a damsel in distress in the battle to make Beck look better. And it was so boring. I was done with Riley and Beck. They have NO chemistry anymore! It’s like they just awkwardly stay around each other. Stewart was annoying me. Lucifer and Satrael and Ori were disappointing. I am so glad it’s over. Plus plus also and what the hell was the point in Ori taking Riley’s abusive ex to hell?