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The once-great city lies in ruins. A massive gash in the fabric of our reality roils against the horizon as it blends into a permanently darkened sky. The world as we know it has come to an end.
Demons, the visions of our nightmares, walk the Earth. Mankind, driven in retreat to helpgate sanctuary of the Underground, struggles to survive the Hellish apocalypse.
Among the survivors are those who foresaw the coming of the darkness, those who see it as an opportunity to improve the standing of man, and those who seek revenge for what was lost.
All are now banding together in the shadows, arming themselves with futuristic weapons and arcane spells designed for one purpose — to battle the demonic hordes and take back their world. Goodreads helps you keep track llondon 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 — Exodus by Mel Odom.
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Jun 15, Mario rated it really liked it.
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Important thing before I begin my review It is not necessary. It’s not exactly the crown jewel of computer games so I don’t know much of it. I picked up this book on a whim at a Borders and did a quick scan of the first chapter. That was enough to have me glued to the pages. Mel Odom doesn’t ease th Important thing before I begin my review Mel Odom doesn’t ease the reader into the lodon of Hellgate but rather pushes the reader off a cliff straight into the confusing mass of burning buildings and hordes of invading monsters overpowering a group of tachno savvy knights known as the Templar.
You then delve deeper into the Hellgate territories as the story splits in two and one side is a Templar warrior while the other is a young man that’s learning more and more about an odd power he posesses. The only down side is that the pace is very erratic at best and at times you’ll reach a mini climax only to have sxodus story switch on you to the other character and come back to lonvon mundane action after what should have been a very thrilling moment.
It’s a 1 of 3, but I have no interest in the other 2. Sep 24, Earl rated it it was amazing Shelves: I picked this book up because of my massive excitement for the soon to be released game Hellgate: I must admit I was skeptical when I found out Mel Odom wrote a bunch of Sabrina the Teenage Witch books, and was anxious to see how this book would read.
I was more than pleasantly surprised. Odom’s style is clean, crisp, and appropriately brutal at times.
His characters are quite deep and interesting, t I picked this book up because of my massive excitement for the soon to be released game Hellgate: His characters are quite deep and interesting, the cabalist Warren in particular.
My only complaint about the book. It was too short! I blew through it in no time. Sep 19, Anderson rated it really liked it Recommends it for: This book portrays an interesting twist to the more apocalyptic humanity sci – fi, instead of aliens wiping us out, it was demons, and just in case ur wondering about angels since theortically demons are th lohdon of angels, hell to heaven, etc they are no where to be seen at the current time. Its about humanity trying to survive hell on earth, and it also portrays human nature, our stubborness and intolerance prevents the 3 main factions of humans form uniting againist a common enemy.
Th This book portrays an interesting twist to the more apocalyptic humanity sci – fi, instead of aliens wiping us out, it was demons, and just in case ur wondering about angels since theortically demons are th opposites of angels, hell to heaven, etc they are no where to be seen at the current time. The book itself is made of unique characters with interesting backgrounds and an extensive plot that draws in the readers. Readers that are interested in characters, plot lines, action, deeper meaning, or just for the game itself will probably get a good run for this book.
Link to a trailer for the game: Apr 02, Ron T rated it it was amazing. If you ever played the computer game and wondered what it’s all about story wise, read this and the other two books, then hellhate whole thing makes sence!.
I loved this trilogy and found it hellgste to put down. Jul 07, Eric rated it it was amazing. Gripping until the end. Easy to follow even if I’m unfamiliar with the game.
Oct 08, Valaren07 rated it really liked it. Post-apo, fantasy a sci-fi v jednom.
Feb 18, Ashe rated it it was ok Shelves: Not really for me. Sep 20, Nyx rated it it was amazing. Jan 05, Paulo “paper books always” Carvalho rated it liked it Shelves: I don’t know if I should read the second and third novel of this book.
There are a couple of questions to be answered but It just don’t appeal to me. But first things first. London in the near future is invaded by some hellish demons that the Templars have warned that they would come butthe Church had other thoughts and instead of that they burned them in the stakes nearly londoh ago. The Templars even if most of them were burned at the stake some escape and proliferate hidden I don’t know if I should read the second and third novel of this book.
The Templars even if most of them were burned at the stake some escape and proliferate hidden from society. They married only within their “fate” and try to live underground.
Only the weapons from the Templars. Praises – The Setting as I said above is hellgwte good. Even if at the same time is a criticism. So you’ve got the templars and the cabals. The Templars just want them destroy but the Cabals want to study them so they control them. But even after one party of “Cabalists” destroyed by the Demons, still they don’t change their ways.
Hellgate: London: Exodus
The Knights Templar are quite interesting bunch of guys. I hel,gate like them. And the magic within the book is also quite good. This is quite a book about Magic vs Technology.
This character develops as hell sorry the pun.
Exodus (Hellgate: London, #1) by Mel Odom
He starts being a fragile man and after several incidents he transforms into am evil maybe anti-hero character. I really like his lines. I felt that he was undoubtly an evil being. I really like their society. Criticism – The setting. It’s a praise but Why only london attack?
So they butchered every single army guy from britain? They went in mass and died? What a heck are the other countries doing? I rxodus believe that USA or the European Union would do nothing to stop the daemons and help the englishmen. It to far fetch. The only attack was in England. What are they doing? It’s just like there is only one nation and the rest of the world is just sitting watching. But as someone says in the book that if the demons left England the USA would nuke them.
All templars were killed but