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.

Author: Magore Fenrilar
Country: Mauritius
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Technology
Published (Last): 2 February 2006
Pages: 45
PDF File Size: 2.52 Mb
ePub File Size: 19.93 Mb
ISBN: 291-4-73733-332-8
Downloads: 4072
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Kigam

I was more than pleasantly surprised. Never played the game but love the books.

I must admit, I liked this book better than I thought I would. Sure, the other characters didn’t know her, didn’t suspect that there was anything funky about her but the reader who knew about the Lawrence Fishburn wannabe baddie from the secret organisation hellgzte exactly what was going on from the moment she popped up on the scene.

Hellgate: London: Exodus

I have never stopped loving this book series as well as the characters. First off, key questions like where the Hellgate came from and what the international community’s response to the crisis was, were never addressed.

London video game when I picked up Hellgate: He finds he is less than welcome at first and has much to prove to regain the hellate of his londonn people. Criticism – The setting.


The Hellgate game brings a setting that is rich with potential and this book does not disappoint in its utilisation of it.

Yeah for Simon Cross! Sep 27, Rendy rated it liked it. Jun 15, Mario rated it really liked it. I never thought I would find myself reading these video to books type fantasy but I find it difficult to find books that are straight up Scifi Got it for free actually, so wouldn’t recommend buying it if you have something better to choose from and its not discounted.

Content protection This content is DRM protected. For centuries the Templar believed destroyed long ago have been hiding underground below London, living in an advanced technological society that is constantly preparing to fight in an eventual demon invasion. Not really for me. Oct 08, Valaren07 rated it really liked it.

But as someone says in the book that if the demons left England the USA would nuke them. Books by Mel Odom. He has also written Librarian Note: The premise is interesting enough, and left a ton of potential for interesting developments.

Thankfully it isn’t boring or dry.

The Rover was an Alyx Award winner. The story is told from their 3rd person POV that switches, usually from chapter to chapter.

Other books in the series. 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.

Though the Templar know they won’t survive helllgate battle, they hope that the demons will believe the Templar have been effectively destroyed.


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

This book definitely has all the elements of a modern book; Women in the military, speculative technology, sorcery, conspiracy theories and history woven together, fast-paced action, surivalist mentalities, characters to love or hate, sub-plots and over-sized demons All templars were killed but Don’t get me wrong, it’s a good one. 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 chose this book as I was looking forward to the game which I didnt hellgate get lol but the story had so many twiats and turns it was a good read.

The first is on the bottom. But it really isn’t my cup of tea.

Buy Hellgate: London: Exodus – Microsoft Store

Sign In Don’t hellgatte an account? Simon is allowed to rejoin the Templar, but since he left two years ago, there is great distrust between many Templar and Simon.

The book itself is made of unique characters with interesting backgrounds and an extensive plot that draws in the readers.

What are they doing?