Soul Thief (Demon Trappers Series #2)

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Riley Blackthorne is beginning to learn that there are worse things than death by demon. And love is just one of them…

Seventeen-year-old Riley has about had it up to here. After the devastating battle at the Tabernacle, trappers are dead and injured, her boyfriend Simon is gravely injured, and now her beloved late father's been illegally poached from his grave by a very powerful necromancer. As if that's not enough, there's Ori, one sizzling hot freelance demon hunter who's ...

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Overview

Riley Blackthorne is beginning to learn that there are worse things than death by demon. And love is just one of them…

Seventeen-year-old Riley has about had it up to here. After the devastating battle at the Tabernacle, trappers are dead and injured, her boyfriend Simon is gravely injured, and now her beloved late father's been illegally poached from his grave by a very powerful necromancer. As if that's not enough, there's Ori, one sizzling hot freelance demon hunter who's made himself Riley's unofficial body guard, and Beck, a super over-protective "friend" who acts more like a grouchy granddad. With all the hassles, Riley's almost ready to leave Atlanta altogether.

But as Atlanta's demon count increases, the Vatican finally sends its own Demon Hunters to take care of the city's "little" problem, and pandemonium breaks loose. Only Riley knows that she might be the center of Hell's attention: an extremely powerful Grade 5 demon is stalking her, and her luck can't last forever…

Soul Thief is Book Two in Jana Oliver's bestselling young adult series, Demon Trappers.

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Editorial Reviews

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“The rock ‘em-sock ‘em, cliffhanger ending leaves no doubt that there will be a third installment of this series.... A strong female protagonist and equally strong male characters will make this title popular with young adults of both genders.” – VOYA

“The second Demon Trappers book is even better than the first. The demons are more wicked, the love is more epic, and there’s even a twist ending that has me clamoring for the next book.” – RT Book Reviews (4 ½ stars)

VOYA - Donna Miller
Continuing the standard set by the first installment of The Demon Trapper series, this title provides readers with generous amounts of suspense, terror, action, and romance. Atlanta in 2018 has been economically devastated, and the city has been overrun by various categories of demons. Good and evil are in a constant struggle, and seventeen-year-old, apprentice demon trapper, Riley Blackthorne finds herself, once again, in great peril, enduring a turmoil-filled existence. For some mysterious reason, her life is being threatened by a Level Five demon, and all of Hell's minions appear to be gearing up for another attack on the city. Her boyfriend Simon has turned against her, blaming her for the recent demon attack on the members of the demon trappers' guild. Her dead father has been exhumed from his grave and reanimated, to serve as a slave to an unknown owner for at least a year. A mysterious angel is following Riley and intervening to protect her from danger, and her overbearing protector, Beck, seems determined to rule her life. The only distraction in this otherwise tightly written tale is Beck's repeated use of the word "ya" for "you," a questionable attempt to emulate a Southern drawl. The rock ?em-sock ?em, cliffhanger ending leaves no doubt that there will be a third installment of this series. Fans of the fantasy/horror genre will relish this book. A strong female protagonist and equally strong male characters will make this title popular with young adults of both genders. Reviewer: Donna Miller
VOYA - Rayanne Patterson
This exciting sequel to The Demon Trappers Daughter (St. Martin's, 2011/VOYA February 2011) will captivate readers with its unanswered questions and befuddling characters. Surprises jump out at the least expected moments, keeping you on the edge of your seat. The line between good and evil blurs as new twists and turns occur, leaving apprentice demon trapper Riley Blackthorne in tough positions. Difficult decisions must be made as Oliver continues the story of Riley. 4Q, 4P. Reviewer: Rayanne Patterson, Teen Reviewer
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780312614799
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press
  • Publication date: 8/30/2011
  • Series: Demon Trappers Series , #2
  • Pages: 320
  • Sales rank: 227,443
  • Age range: 12 - 17 Years
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.10 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Jana Oliver

Jana Oliver is the award-winning author of the young adult urban fantasy series Demon Trappers, including The Demon Trapper's Daughter. She is also the author of the Time Rovers series. She’s happiest when she’s researching outlandish urban legends, wandering around old cemeteries and dreaming up new stories. An Iowa native, she lives in Atlanta, GA.

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ONE
 
 
2018
Atlanta, Georgia
The Grounds Zero Coffee Shop made the most amazing hot chocolate in Atlanta, maybe even the whole world. It appeared Riley Blackthorne would have to wade through Armageddon to get it.
“The end is near!” a man called out to passersby. He stood at the shop’s entrance holding a homemade cardboard sign that proclaimed the same thing. Instead of having a scraggly beard and wearing a black robe like some biblical prophet, he was wearing chinos and a red shirt.
“You’ve got to prepare, missy,” he said and shoved a pamphlet toward Riley with considerable zeal. The tract looked remarkably like the one she had in her jacket pocket. Like the one the angel had given her right before she’d agreed to work for Heaven to save her boyfriend’s life.
“The end is near!” the man shouted again.
“Is there still time for hot chocolate?” Riley asked.
The End Times guy blinked. “Ah, maybe; I don’t know.”
“Oh, good,” she said. “I’d hate to take on Hell without fueling up.”
That earned her a confused frown. Rather than explain she jammed the tract in her pocket and pushed open the door to the coffee shop as the man went back to exhorting his audience to prepare for the worst.
The Grounds Zero didn’t look any different from how it did the last time she’d been here. The smell of roasted beans hung in the air like a heady perfume, and the espresso machine growled low and deep. Customers tapped on laptops as they enjoyed expensive coffee and talked about whatever was important in their lives. Just like every day. Except …
Everything is weird now.
Even buying hot chocolate. That used to be easy: Place order, pay for order, receive hot beverage. No hassles. That didn’t appear to be the case today.
The barista kept staring at her even as he made the drink, which wasn’t a good thing, because he nearly scalded himself. Maybe it was the multiple burn holes in her denim jacket, or the ragged slice down one sleeve that revealed the T-shirt underneath. Or the fact that her long brown hair had a frizzled, been-too-close-to-a-flame look, despite two shampoo sessions and a lot of conditioner. At least she’d changed her jeans, or the guy would be staring at all the dried blood. Blood that wasn’t hers.
“I saw you on TV. You’re one of them, aren’t you?” he asked in a shaky voice, brown eyes so wide they seemed to cover most of his face.
On TV? Riley had no choice but to own up. “Yeah, I’m a demon trapper.” One of the few lucky enough to survive last night’s slaughter.
The guy dropped the ceramic cup on the counter, sloshing some of the brown goodness over the side and onto the saucer. He backed away like Riley had horns coming out of her skull.
“Whipped cream?” she asked, frowning now. Even if the world was ending, hot chocolate had to have that glorious white stuff on top or what was the point? He reluctantly added the topping, keeping his eyes on her rather than the cup. Some of it actually went inside. “Chocolate shavings?” she nudged.
“Ah … we’re out,” he said.
It’s just one creepo guy. No big.
But it wasn’t just him. Other customers stared as she made her way to an empty booth. One by one they looked up at the television screen high on the wall, then back to her, comparing images.
Ah, crap.
There, courtesy of CNN, was last night’s disaster in glorious color: flames pouring out of the roof of the Tabernacle as demons ran everywhere. And there she was, illuminated by the raging fire, kneeling on the pavement near her injured boyfriend. She was crying, holding Simon in her arms. It was the moment she knew he was dying.
Oh, God. I can’t handle this.
The saucer in Riley’s hand began to quake, dislodging more of the hot chocolate. It’d been bad enough to live through that horror, but now it was all over the television in full and unflinching detail.
She paused near a booth as a picture of Simon appeared on the screen. It must have been his high school graduation photo, since his white-blond hair was shorter and his expression stone serious. He was usually that way except when they were hanging together; then he’d let his guard down, especially when they were kissing.
Riley closed her eyes recalling the time they’d spent together before the meeting. They’d kissed, and he’d admitted how much he cared for her. Then a demon had tried to kill him.
Riley sank into the booth and inhaled the rich scent of the hot chocolate, using it to push the bad memories away. The effort failed, though it never had in the past. Instead, her mind dutifully conjured up the image of her boyfriend in his hospital bed, tubes everywhere, his face as white as the sheets.
Simon meant so much to her. He’d been a quiet, comforting presence after her father’s death. Losing him so soon after her dad was unthinkable and Heaven had known that. What else could she do but agree to their terms: Simon’s life in trade for Riley owing Heaven a favor. A Really Big Favor. Like stopping Armageddon in its tracks.
“Why me?” Riley muttered. “Why not someone else? Why not Simon?”
He was religious, followed all the rules. He’d be the perfect guy to keep the world from ending. They could have made the deal with him when he was injured.
Instead they chose me.
To Riley’s annoyance, the hot chocolate had cooled beyond what was acceptable drinking temperature, but she sipped it anyway. She kept her eyes riveted on the cup’s contents, away from the television screen. Someone scraped a chair across the floor to sit at a table, and Riley jumped at the sound, half expecting a horde of demons to pour through the front door at any moment.
The cup trembled in her hands, reminding her how close she skated near the edge. Too much had hit her in a short period of time. Too much more and she wouldn’t cope.
I have to find my dad. That she could do. Maybe. Still, it was something she could focus on. It was unlikely his body was buried under the rubble at the Tabernacle, not when a necromancer went to all the effort to summon him from his grave. That’s what necros did: they reanimated corpses and sold them to rich people as unpaid servants. By now someone would be lining up to buy Master Trapper Paul Blackthorne, if he hadn’t been sold already.
What is it like to be dead and walking around like you’re still alive? Besides the creep factor, it had to be truly weird. Did her dad remember dying? Did he remember the funeral and being buried? Spiky cold zipped down Riley’s spine. She had to get her head in the game.
I’ll find him. I’ll get him back in the ground, and that’ll be the end of it.
Her eyes wandered back to the television. A different reporter was doing a play-by-play of last night’s horror. He had it mostly right—the local Trappers Guild had held a meeting at the Tabernacle in downtown Atlanta, just like they always did. In the middle of the meeting the demons had arrived. Then it got bad.
“Eyewitnesses say that at least two different kinds of Hellspawn were involved in the attack and that the trappers were quickly overwhelmed,” the reporter said.
Three different kinds, but who’s counting?
Riley frowned. The trappers hadn’t been overwhelmed. Well, not completely. They’d even managed to kill a few of the things.
When she went to pick up the cup of hot chocolate, her hands were still shaking. They’d been that way since last night and nothing she did made them stop. She downed the liquid in small sips, knowing people were watching her, talking among themselves. Someone took a picture of her with his cell phone.
Ah, jeez.
In the background, she could still hear the reporter on CNN. “A number of the trappers escaped the inferno and were immediately set upon by a higher-level fiend.”
The higher-level fiend had been a Grade Five demon who’d opened up deep holes in the ground, spun off mini tornadoes, and caused the earth to shake. All in an effort to take out one trapper.
Me.
If it hadn’t been for Ori, a freelance demon hunter, the Five would have killed her just like it had her dad.
“We have interviewed eyewitnesses who claim they saw angels last night,” the reporter continued. “We’ve had Doctor Osbourne, a professor of religious studies at UC Santa Barbara, review the videos. He’s with us here today, via satellite.” A solemn gray-haired man appeared on the screen. “What’s your take on this amazing event, Doctor?”
“I’ve watched the videos, and all that is visible is a circle of incredibly bright light that surrounds the demon trappers. I have colleagues in Atlanta who’ve claimed to see angels in your city. They appeared throughout the Bible to Abraham, to Jacob. Sodom and Gomorrah rated two of them. In this case, they were actively protecting the trappers from Hellspawn. I’d say that’s biblically significant.”
Tell me about it.
Riley dug in her messenger bag, retrieved a pen, and began a list on a crisp white napkin.
Find Dad
Bust Holy Water Scam
Save the World
Buy Groceries
Do Laundry
As she saw it, if number three on the list didn’t work out, the last two weren’t going to be an issue.

 
Copyright © 2011 by Jana Oliver

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 7, 2012

    Recommended

    I definitely recommend this book. Was an easy read and pulled me in from the beginning. I can't wait for the next one!

    3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 15, 2011

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    Cant wait

    So excited !

    3 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 6, 2012

    Amazing! I couldn't put it down!

    Jana Oliver certainly didn't disappoint in the second book of this wonderful series! This book is a must read and just as good as the first. It will have on the edge of your seat and wanting it to never end!

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 5, 2011

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    Another Masterpiece!!

    Another masterpiece! Jana Oliver's writing style is simply enchanting. The story draws you in and is relentless in its pursuit to keep you enthralled all the way to the very last word..

    When I picked up Soul Thief I had a very hard time having to put it down (I managed to suffer through that) and was able to read the book in about 3 days.Which isn't bad considering I work 40+ hours a week, attend college, and have a family/home to take care of.

    SPOILER ALERT FROM BOOK 1: When we last read of Atlanta in The Demon Trapper's Daugher, Book 1 (See review HERE), a meeting of the Trapper's Guild had just gotten underway when the reanimate corpse of Paul Blackthorne, Riley's father, busted in to the Tabernacle to warn them of danger. They were complete overrun by demons and many lives were lost and bodies injured, including Simon, Riley's boyfriend. In order to save Simon, Riley made a "deal" with one of the angels.

    Now, we learn that the city has decided to allow hunters from the Vatican come in and clean up what they feel the Trappers are unable to do. Riley is still being pursued by debt collectors who want her father's reanimated corpse in trade for the money owed. She is also being watched/protected by Ori, who wants nothing else but to slay the Grade 5 demon that killed Paul Blackthorne and attempted to extinguish Riley life at the Tabernacle massacre.except to maybe get Riley into his bed too-but Ori, as hot as he is, has his own agenda, secrets, and a boss that, when revealed, will certainly cause turmoil within you.

    Through this, Riley and Simon start having issues when "someone" keeps insinuating to Simon that Riley sold her soul to the Devil and is now working on the wrong side of the game. Riley is still trying to find her father and the necro that raised him. And then there's Beck.awesome, sweet, hotter than Hades, Beck. We finally get to see the softer side of Beck; the Beck that would do anything for hot-headed Riley-and not just because he promised Paul.there are some embers burning within him and I hope we get to explore them in Book 3.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 29, 2013

    Very good.

    It was nice reading something original for once.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 8, 2013

    Star

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 25, 2013

    Ahh this series is cruel!

    I cant wait to read the others. I think this series is original and refreshing. But its so cruel, i feel so bad for Riley and a liitle for Beck. Spoiler i wanted the Ori+Riley hookup even though i want her to end up with Beck. I thought it would go just right until he had to leave. I really thought he was a good guy. I was like yes, yes, yes when they were together. And then i was like why, why, why, and no, no, no. I was completely torn up by what happened so i feel so heartbroken for Riley. Its definentley a suprise/shocker (at least to me) for how it turned out.

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  • Posted August 16, 2012

    I have to admit I enjoyed the first book more than the second on

    I have to admit I enjoyed the first book more than the second one. The
    world of the Demon Trappers was fresh, new, vibrant and exciting in
    Forsaken and fell a little flat in Forbidden. I was also hoping to see
    some improvement in the relationship between Riley and Beck, but instead
    we get another possible love interest. Like a love triangle isn’t enough
    already. In this sequel, Riley is hunting down her Dad’s reanimted
    corpse while trying to deal with a Level Five demon stalking her, and
    the fact all of Hell’s minions seem to know her name. The Vatican
    decides the Trappers Guild can’t deal with this mayhem anymore, and they
    call in the big shots, the Demon Hunters, to try and solve the mess.
    Unfortunately, those Demon Hunters are even more ill-equipped than the
    trappers to stop the chaos brewing in Atlanta. While the stakes are
    definitely higher than in Forsaken, I felt some of the scenes in this
    book weren’t always as strong as in the first book. A lot of things were
    happening at once, that left me at times confused and at times gave me
    trouble focusing. On the other hand, the characters are more developed
    then they were in the first installment. Especially Riley seems to have
    done a bit of growing up, from a brat to a girl who can stand her ground
    but doesn’t act like a spoiled teenager anymore. Beck turned from one
    of my least favorite fiction love interests ever into one I could live
    with. I’m not entirely fond of him yet, but he’s changed for the better
    in this book. It’s like he’s gotten over his rage, anger and hurt and
    toughened up. I liked that change in him, and how it influenced the
    dynamics between him and Riley. Both characters are definitely growing
    and evolving, and I can’t wait to see where they’ll end up. My only pet
    peeve with this book, as I already mentioned, is that things are
    happening, but I wasn’t drawn in enough to fully register everything. It
    seemed like there was a giant gap between me, as the reader, and the
    characters and events unfolding. If you liked Forsaken, don’t miss out
    on Forbidden. Jana Oliver has created an original, action-filled world
    with demons and angels, Holy Water, love triangles and intriguing characters.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 6, 2012

    Just as good as the first book!!!

    OMG!!!!!! GO RILEY GO BECK GO WHOEVER WAS IN THIS BOOK!!!! THEY ALL WERE FUNNY LOVING AND VERY GOOD AT FIGHTING!! THEY ALL PLAYED AN IMPORTANT PART IN THE MAKING OF SOUO THIEF!!!! HOPE THE THIRD ONES AS GOOD AS THESE!!!

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  • Posted May 20, 2012

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    Highly recommended!!!!

    This series is very addictive! I heard about it on the griffin readers sight and they havent let me down yet. It looked interesting so i read the first book, and immediately got the other two, now i am dying for the fourth book to come out! It is a must read! Ive recommended it to all my book wormy friends!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 29, 2012

    it cinsumed me! i could not put it down! always waiting for hwt

    it cinsumed me! i could not put it down! always waiting for hwt was going to happen next! love! love! loved it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 14, 2012

    Yummy

    Lots of steemy romance in this boook and lots of heart break. Plus good battles! Must read series!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 15, 2012

    This book was just absolutely amazing! it was honestly pretty or

    This book was just absolutely amazing! it was honestly pretty original (which is hard to find these days) and held onto my attention the whole time!!! the ending was such a twist, really shocking. i can't wait for the 3rd book!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 13, 2012

    Great Book

    A great read. I can't wait for the next book to be released.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 24, 2012

    must read!!!!

    If you like paranormal fiction, this is hands down a phenonmenal read!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 23, 2012

    Luv this book

    I really like this book so far. The first book in the series was really good.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 29, 2011

    Great book

    This series is great. A unique, fast ride. Highly recommend.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 14, 2011

    good

    very interesting series waiting for the third. It was a fun read

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  • Posted November 1, 2011

    Great series with a lot of potential!

    Mind you, I know nothing about Jana Oliver but between her first book and this one, I cannot wait to see what is coming up! After reading the first chapter teaser I could not wait for the series to come out. Jana is very descriptive in her accounts of demons and angels and the roll they now play in earth's future society.

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  • Posted October 28, 2011

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    Amazing Book!

    How can I express how much this book filled me with great happiness? It gave me so many more answer yet it gave me so much more to look forward to!



    What I liked most about this book is the plot line. Paced perfectly, the reader follows Riley as it picks up right where it left on, in the first book The Demon Trappers Daughter. I loved watching the plot unfold top more secrets, fights and Riley fighting for her place in the world. It's great reading about Riley as she begins to piece together her father's murder.




    I loved watching Riley grow up. Faced with some uncompromisable positions, Riley must fight. Fight for a love that has burns for her for years, fight for her positions as a demon trapper, and fight for her friends. At times, I felt exhausted for Riley. But I am glad that she is not only stubborn, but refused to back down.




    What got me about this book is the love interest. It is so complicated yet simple. I can see it flashing before my eyes, but other obstacles get in the way. I loved that this love is enduring yet passionate. I adored that Ms. Oliver gave the reader such a great description of what is happening. I love being put right into the story, and going along with the characters as they go through their journey.




    Soul Thief is what the title is. A thief taking things left and right from Riley. Giving her no chance but to fight for what is hers.Written darkly passionate, Ms. Oliver once again gave me a story that not only gripped the readers, but gave them so much more than expected. *implied sex/cursing*

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