Exodus has ratings and 41 reviews. Mario said: Important thing before I begin my review you do NOT need to know the game in order to get sucked in. Read Hellgate: London: Exodus by Mel Odom by Mel Odom by Mel Odom for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Find out more about Hellgate: London: Exodus by Mel Odom at Simon & Schuster. Read book reviews & excerpts, watch author videos & more.

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It to far fetch. It’s a 1 of 3, but I have no interest in the llndon 2. The story is told from their 3rd person POV that switches, usually from chapter to chapter.

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Your review will post soon. But first things first. London 1 by Mel Odom.

I have never once played the game never the less the Hellgate: No one can get out of the town anymore, military can’t do anything against the demons that invade the city. His characters are quite deep and interesting, the cabalist Warren in particular.

Daines rated it liked it. The fight scene in the shower with Temperance Cain and Simon is one of those moments. After discovering he had an ability to control a demon, he is invited to visit a group of Cabalists, an ancient organization dedicated to studying the demons, and one day, controlling them.

Speaking of the Templars, they seemed to die at an astronomical rate. Simon is allowed to rejoin the Templar, but since he left two years ago, there is great distrust between many Templar and Simon. There was an error posting your review. First off, key questions like where the Hellgate came from and what the international community’s response to the crisis was, were never addressed.


Hellgate: London: Exodus

The premise is quiet simple. This book was my first introduction in the world of science fiction and I have been hooked ever since.

Nevertheless if you enjoyed the game and miss that world – go for it. Refresh and try again. See 1 question about Exodus….

This book took me a long time to finish. Odom’s style is clean, crisp, and appropriately brutal at times. Easy to follow even if I’m unfamiliar with the game. If so, I have a hard time seeing how it could have been kept secret. Character development is slow, and by the end of book 3 which in the book, span several yearsthere are no significant progress of the main story.

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It’s not exactly the crown jewel of computer games so I don’t know much of it. It’s just like there is only one nation and the rest of the world is just sitting watching. At minimum you’d expect a NATO blockade and UN-coordinated relief efforts, but instead the fate of London’s citizens was left to privateers, scavengers and a handful of rogue Templars. Got it for free actually, so would Wasn’t too much of a bad book, just got the feeling nothing really happened through it, apart from lot of people dying.

The book is fast paced and full of hellvate. Even though Simon tries to avoid killing Warren, Warren – to whom the demon Merrihim lent his power – does whatever he can to kill exodis Simon. An ancient order of Templars stands ready and trained for the invasion. Please try again later. Just getting started in it, my son recommended it, and it is based on the new video game Hellgate London, I’ll let you know if it is any good.


Exodus (Hellgate: London, #1) by Mel Odom

xeodus Sep 14, Charles Orangetree rated it it was amazing. Already unpopular, he questions the goal of the order, which is finding a way to fight demons instead of trying to save those that cannot save themselves. However, the book also suffer from being a tie-in of a game online game which has ceased its operation some time ago. Why only london attack? Jul 07, Eric rated it it was amazing.

Simon the main character was hard on himself because of the decisions he had made, and everything he did, even going against orders, were to try to make his deceased father proud of him. I just happened to find the complete trilogy at Wonderbook while roaming the aisles and figured I should give it a go.

A nicely written tale of returning to one’s roots and then living one’s purpose. The second thing I like about the book is the description of the knights. Yeah for Simon Cross! This character develops as hell sorry the pun.

That was enough to have me glued to the pages.